Myers-Briggs personality tests are already a pretty fun way to tap into Jungian archetypes, but adding Harry Potter characters is pretty brilliant. Artist Makani really brought out the personalities in these character sketches, perfectly emphasizing James Potter’s rakish charm and the Weasley twins’ mischievous glint. And writer Simbaga paired characters with test results that often make unexpected sense—while Harry’s adventures and accolades can make him seem like a heroic extrovert, he really does remain a thoughtful and sensitive character underneath, as his casting as “Craftsman” highlights. And of course Ron is the Champion. See the full-sized chart here.
Today’s Morning Roundup eases you gently out of the weekend with horrifying interstellar screams, fire-breathing dragons, and a reminder to go to the gym! Enjoy!
- Geek workout clothing!
- Well, we guess Science just gets to sing us to sleep every night for a while, if they’re going to tell us crap like this.
- In the wake of The X-Files 20th anniversary, we’re doing a lot of binge-watching and learning things about the show we never knew before!
- Hey, all those pictures you’ve seen of the blobfish were taken out of context—it was just, um, really cold, or something! Here’s what the fish actually looks like.
- Wait a second…Alex Trebek being the King of All Cosmos actually does make sense…
- A man tracked his heart rate during “The Rains of Castamere,” and created a very spoilery cardiogram.
- So between Marvel and Star Wars spinoffs, all of our summer weekends are locked up for the next decade. We’ll miss you, Sunlight and Air.
- It’s not just the world’s largest walking robot, it’s also a fire-breathing dragon.
- And speaking of dragons—which beasts do you want to see in the Harry Potter spin-off?
- It’s possible that the needle on 90’s nostalgia has just pushed into a red zone.
- And finally, via The Mary Sue, we give you Good Will Batman. Why the hell didn’t Zack Snyder just cast Pete Holmes?