Harry Potter and the Midlife Crises You Didn’t See in J.K. Rowling’s New Story

A mysterious new scar and Rita Skeeter’s Dumbledore’s Army biography are just the beginning of Harry Potter’s middle-aged woes. Defeating Voldemort and becoming The Boy Who’s Still Living brings with it a certain ennui.

Sure, you can rest on your laurels, but where are the childhood thrills of prophecies and Quidditch matches and the revolving door of Defense Against the Dark Arts professors?

But even the most mundane conflicts are funny, in these faux-book covers dreamed up by someecards.

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Including a chapter on Harry awkwardly leaving comments on every single one of daughter Lily’s photos.

Harry Potter middle-aged books funny someecards Cho Chang Facebook request Mirror of Erised Hogwarts tuition J.K. Rowling new Harry Potter short story

(He had more kids than that but whatever, maybe one of them isn’t going to school.)

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OK, that last one was a bit sad. Chin up, Harry! Check out the rest of the book covers here.

Images: someecards

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