• ilamites

    Alps, two words. POTTER MORE. I bloody hope its open. :)) Not that big of a fan, but I did love Harry Potter. I would dare argue that Harry Potter might be this generation’s Star Wars- fantasy land that your parents would nag you to watch and at the end, keep visiting with them.

    • http://www.alpsaguado.com Alfred Miguel Aguado

      I didn’t sign up for that thing. Maybe I’m not a fan enough. Haha. Star Wars is already a classic or is already bordering on line between contemporary and classic. Just like famous novels with archaic English, revisiting them will always be, well, magical. :)

      • mita

        Not that Star Wars and HP are level. Mas lamang parin ang Star Wars for me. pero yes, magical fantasy lands and alternate multiverses. :D

  • http://extraordinarykiddo.com Bryan Karl

    Thanks to the fans, Harry Potter became a reality. And magic became real too. :)

    • http://www.alpsaguado.com Alfred Miguel Aguado

      Fans-centered magic and reality! :)

  • http://barrycyrus.wordpress.com/ Barry

    Nux. I like this post very much. I too am not an HP fan but obviously was, to the least bit, affected  when it concluded. :(

    • http://www.alpsaguado.com Alfred Miguel Aguado

      Me too. And that felt weird for some time. Haha.

  • http://www.alpsaguado.com Alfred Miguel Aguado

    Hi there, Ian Bruce. Thanks for visiting. Rowling may not be, technically, the brand manager but she is (unconsciously) performing as a great marketeer.