The newly-refurbished, 15th anniversary Harry Potter covers are really coming together, Potterheads. Within one week of each other, The Goblet of Fire and The Order of the Phoenix are both made over and here for your viewing pleasure:
The new cover for The Goblet of Fire is arguably the most intense yet as it focuses on the moment during the Triwizard Tournament where Harry must face the fiercest dragon of ’em all, the Hungarian Horntail. Meanwhile, the latest edition of The Order of the Phoenix is a bit more lax, and depicts the boy wizard flying above the clouds on a thestral.
Out of all the covers you’ve seen so far — the aforementioned, as well as The Sorcerer’s Stone, The Chamber of Secrets and The Prisoner of Azkaban — which one do you think most accurately portrays its respective book? Are you enjoying the Kazu Kibuishi versions more than the originals created by Mary GrandPre? All seven books will be available for purchase on August 27, 2013. Until then, tell us your HP thoughts in the comments!