Tue
Dec 13 2011 9:00am

Morning Roundup: Lestrange/Voldemort Love Child is Lestrange

Welcome to Tuesday. If unicorns were real, but smelled like olives would you still want one? What about pickles? What about walruses? If walruses were real would you want one? How about offsite links? Luckily those are real. Or are they? Here’s some either way.

Highlights include:

1.) Doctor Who episodes rescued from the Time-Lock.

2.) Skeletor and Vader are the same.

3.) Talia Al Ghul is/is not in The Dark Knight Rises.

4.) Lestrange and Voldemort= shocking revelation!

Every day Stubby the Rocket jets around the internet looking for links of interest. When Stubby finds these links, they get put in our handy Links of Interest section and sometimes on our Twitter and Facebook! Here are today’s:


Stubby the Rocket is the voice and mascot of Tor.com and has known about this for a long time. Stubby takes hush money and nobody’s got more goblin gold than Tom “Federline” Riddle.

2 comments
Katie Pi
1. Darth_Katie
I always thought Bellatrix had a thing for Voldemort, but he didn't reciprocate. Since he's, you know, incapable of love. Which, granted, does not the possiblity of a physical relationship. It's an interesting theory. I think I want to believe it now. Yup.
Bob Bruhin
2. bruhinb
I want to believe in Belatrix's child, too. I totally dismiss the conclusion of the article, though: "And if there is any way to continue the story of Harry Potter (which Jo has said is a possibility) it would be interesting to see if someone with soul-less parents or as close to soul-less as you can get is automatically evil."

If Rowling were to write this story at all, I bet the child in question would be the hero and clearly (to the reader) good or neutral from the beginning The struggle to be treated as his[her?] own person would be the focus of the story... along with some other deveoping nasty business, of course.

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