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But isn't it a young adult book series?

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#11 - anonymous (11/01/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Holy shit there are a lot of pony fags in the comments
User avatar #20 - thedutchs (11/01/2013) [+] (8 replies)
When did the pony-humpers crawl out of their lair?
#48 - poniesareghey (11/01/2013) [+] (10 replies)
This is not an open invitation for autism. People devoted to the brony fandom, you're still faggots.
#50 to #48 - deletedmyaccount (11/01/2013) [-]
Says the guy with the MLP reaction picture?
Says the guy with the MLP reaction picture?
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#3 - atoma has deleted their comment [+] (24 replies)
#16 - include ONLINE (11/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Magic must defeat magic.
Magic must defeat magic.
#174 - emipr (11/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
“A children's story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children's story in the slightest.”


― C.S. Lewis
#8 - marikthegunslinger (11/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Just because something is made for kids doesn't mean it can't be enjoyed by adults. We might have better children's entertainment if more shows, books and movies were made with that in mind. That is why old Disney movies are still so much fun to watch. They have something for everyone.

And, elephant in the room, yes, that is why some people enjoy a certain TV show.
User avatar #14 to #8 - dragemit (11/01/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure Radcliffe is just making a joke
#101 - malhaloc ONLINE (11/01/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Mentions that something adults like was actually for kids   
   
Bronies: OMFG WHY IS IT OK FOR POTTARDS TO LIKE KID STUFF BUT NOT US!   
Anti-Bronies: OMFG FUCK BRONIES!   
   
MFW both sides go to war over this shit
Mentions that something adults like was actually for kids

Bronies: OMFG WHY IS IT OK FOR POTTARDS TO LIKE KID STUFF BUT NOT US!
Anti-Bronies: OMFG FUCK BRONIES!

MFW both sides go to war over this shit
#4 - anonymous (11/01/2013) [+] (6 replies)
yea started reading this shit age 11, 3 pages later im 22! i cant read 200 pages, even as an adult!
User avatar #9 to #4 - mion (11/01/2013) [-]
too bad for you, I read up to 700 pages/day if the book's interesting.

If not... well... I put it aside and cry, seeing that I wasted precious money on it.
#211 - lightninghorse (11/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
the harry potter story line was created for kids at the start, but as the fans grew older the books became more serious so as to keep the fan base. made obvious when you look at the consequences at the end of the books   
   
book 1: nothing bad happens, harry succeeds with minimal injury   
   
book 2: ginny's kidnapped, gilderoy (adults) are not always  right, good or trustworthy, harry gets injured slightly severely, the issue of slavery is addressed   
   
book 3: wizarding consequences brought into play (azkaban, mass murders, revenge), harry begins to rebel against adult figures in his life, the"don't judge a book by it's cover"lesson, harry doesn't have complete success (pettigrew escapes)   
   
book 4: harry's life is targeted directly by someone other than the 'generically evil' bad guy, teenage angst comes into play (awkward romance), first complete death scene printed in the book (from the good side), not a victory at all   
   
book 5: harry is attacked by the public (good isn't always recognised or believed/people see and hear what they want instead of the truth), even authority figures in government and law enforcement can be corrupt and incorrigibly stubborn first close/personnel death in the books, dumbledore (pseudo god figure) is shown to be wrong and human,   
   
book 6: hormones, dark/dirty magics gone into detail, terrorism addressed, shows story from 'bad guy's' point of view (draco's struggle and reluctance to kill), mortality of the best, death of dumbledore (safety against evil)   
   
book 7: even more detail goes into people aren't really good or bad, they just have radically different beliefs, struggle between doing right (horcruxes) and advancing self (hallows), parenthood, mass death, 'war is horrible', can't always win (self sacrifice for the school), return to no one's bad/don't judge a book by it's cover (snape becoming one of the most badass feels in writing), final confrontation and understanding of your enemy (final fight scene/harry extends last 'out' for voldemort)
the harry potter story line was created for kids at the start, but as the fans grew older the books became more serious so as to keep the fan base. made obvious when you look at the consequences at the end of the books

book 1: nothing bad happens, harry succeeds with minimal injury

book 2: ginny's kidnapped, gilderoy (adults) are not always right, good or trustworthy, harry gets injured slightly severely, the issue of slavery is addressed

book 3: wizarding consequences brought into play (azkaban, mass murders, revenge), harry begins to rebel against adult figures in his life, the"don't judge a book by it's cover"lesson, harry doesn't have complete success (pettigrew escapes)

book 4: harry's life is targeted directly by someone other than the 'generically evil' bad guy, teenage angst comes into play (awkward romance), first complete death scene printed in the book (from the good side), not a victory at all

book 5: harry is attacked by the public (good isn't always recognised or believed/people see and hear what they want instead of the truth), even authority figures in government and law enforcement can be corrupt and incorrigibly stubborn first close/personnel death in the books, dumbledore (pseudo god figure) is shown to be wrong and human,

book 6: hormones, dark/dirty magics gone into detail, terrorism addressed, shows story from 'bad guy's' point of view (draco's struggle and reluctance to kill), mortality of the best, death of dumbledore (safety against evil)

book 7: even more detail goes into people aren't really good or bad, they just have radically different beliefs, struggle between doing right (horcruxes) and advancing self (hallows), parenthood, mass death, 'war is horrible', can't always win (self sacrifice for the school), return to no one's bad/don't judge a book by it's cover (snape becoming one of the most badass feels in writing), final confrontation and understanding of your enemy (final fight scene/harry extends last 'out' for voldemort)
#58 - anonymous (11/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
You know whats more pathetic?

Not the fact that people are posting MLP images, but that it enrages users so goddamn much, chill the fuck out.
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User avatar #10 to #5 - DisgruntledTomato (11/01/2013) [-]
Yep. There are a dozen of books like that. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is one. There are countless others.
#2 - controx **User deleted account** (11/01/2013) [-]
could be children books or not! i still enjoy reading them! and i still enjoy watching the movies.
#74 - anonymous (11/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
those books are fucking gay who the fuck reads books anyway books are for faggots who like dicks up their ass lol
#76 to #74 - xxhadesflamesxx ONLINE (11/01/2013) [-]
wow that was a bad attempt at trolling
wow that was a bad attempt at trolling
#13 - anonymous (11/01/2013) [-]
Look out, people have gone into defense mode in the comments.
#123 - swagloon (11/01/2013) [-]
Well I would say that Harry Potter did start off as a children book series, but grew up along the readers into a young adult series.    
   
I mean come on the ending was pretty bloody for a kids book.
Well I would say that Harry Potter did start off as a children book series, but grew up along the readers into a young adult series.

I mean come on the ending was pretty bloody for a kids book.

#49 - deletedmyaccount (11/01/2013) [+] (15 replies)
Yeah. For kids. They killed Dumbledore, Lupin, Tonks, Snape, Sirius, Fred, etc.   
   
For teh children.
Yeah. For kids. They killed Dumbledore, Lupin, Tonks, Snape, Sirius, Fred, etc.

For teh children.
#222 - DrollHumor (11/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The best children's books/shows/movies are the ones that every age can enjoy.
The best children's books/shows/movies are the ones that every age can enjoy.
User avatar #52 - kibi (11/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Maybe they started as kids books but by the time the 4th one rolled around you're not telling me that heavy shit was meant for kids.
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