Wizard People, Dear Reader

For me though, mention of Harry Potter and my mind goes first to the unabashed masterpiece, Wizard People, Dear Reader. For the uninitiated: Wizard People, Dear Reader was released by Arkansas.

Carbon dated on the Internet Timeline, Wizard People, Dear Reader by Brad Neely is so old, it’s maggoty with fossilized trilobites. It was released in 2004, for Kenneth Eng God’s sake. That said, if I.

In the many years since “Wizard People, Dear Reader” first introduced “Harry Potter.

Here to fill that void is “Voldemort: Origins of the Heir,” a 52-minute fan-made film exploring the early years.

‘Wizard People, Dear Reader’ Is the True Masterpiece – Wizard People, Dear Reader is a cultural artefact but, like all cult masterpieces, you either get it, or you don’t. I cannot hear "Privet Drive" in anything but the gargled rasp of Brad Neely. It’s.

The magic of Brad Neely’s (China, IL, Harg Nallin) “Wizard People Dear Reader”, a complete sound dub that fits over the first Harry Potter film, is that rabid Potter fans and casual passersby can.

Watch Nausicaa Of The Valley Of The Wind English Dub From Wolf Gods to Moving Castles, A Beginner’s Guide to the World of Hayao Miyazaki – Kiki (voiced by Kristen Dunst in Disney’s English-language dub) is a 13-year-old witch who moves. Seeds of ‘Princess Mononoke’ can be found in ‘Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind,’ an early. Characters in My Neighbor Totoro (tied with

Wizard People, Dear Reader recently made its cinematic debut at the New York Underground film festival, but don’t hold your breath waiting for it to arrive at your local multiplex. Neely claims his.

‘Wizard People’ brings satire of ‘Harry Potter’ to Whiteside – The original “Wizard People, Dear Reader,” released to the internet by comic book artist Brad Neely in 2004, was something of a cross between “Mystery Science Theater 3000” and syncing Pink Floyd’s.

In 2004, ‘Net comedian Brad Neely used his power brain to write a new narrative for "Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone" called "Wizard People, Dear Reader," reciting it in a gravelly,