Reddit Photoshop Battles community found a photo of a young Daniel Radcliffe in character as Harry Potter, and they left it completely alone. Just kidding! They went Photoshop crazy.
I've never read a Harry Potter book, so Harry reenacting Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" is canon to me. He did this in the third book, probably.
I've also never seen Kiki's Delivery Service so I fully believe that this crossover happened. No, I'm not going to Google it.
This was Harry Potter's sports broom that he used to play unicornball, the popular sport that wizards love in the Harry Potter books and movies.
I have seen Lord Of The Rings, but I don't remember this scene. It was probably in the director's cut or something. I do know that Harry Potter and hobbits exist in the same fictional universe.
The fourth Harry Potter book has a long section where he plunges a toilet. That's what Voldemort is, right? A toilet? I'm pretty sure.
He's waiting in a line of planes to fly to Harry Potter World. You did it again, J. K. Rowling.
And here's Harry Potter grabbing onto Hermione's tail. Hermione is a talking elephant if you ask me.
In one of the later Harry Potter novels, Harry got really into Magic: The Gathering and dudes with plumber cracks. He really evolved as a character over the course of those books.
In the 12th Harry Potter book, Harry got really into committing heists. It was only explored in that one book, and this picture illustrates the scene when he robbed a bank or whatever.
In the final Harry Potter book, Harry becomes a male prostitute. It was like Chippendales, but sad and not really redeemed.
Bill Cosby played the roll of Harry Potter in the movie Ghost Dad. It did irreparable damage to the Harry Potter brand.
Here's a still from an actual quidditch match. What's quidditch? I don't know. Is it like rugby? Maybe! All I know for sure is that it's the second biggest sport in Harry Potter next to unicornball.
I don't need any context for this. There's a scene from Swiss Army Man in which Daniel Radcliffe vomits out Harry Potter. Got it.
When Harry Potter isn't doing magic, he's being a stereotypical 1950s bad boy. This is what most of the books are about. He really needs to get his act together.