Bewitching by TheRandomFactor

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A wee mash up of Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter series and the opening titles of clasic sitcom “Bewitched”

Big thanks to Karen , John and Billy for all their input and advice with this


bewitched, potter, harry, hermione, granger, retro, tv show, film, book, parody, spoof, mash up, 60s, cult, geek, nerd

TheRandomFactor is a hideous sea creature that that has been known to devour the careless and stupid. It stands at 42 feet tall, and has 17 massively powerful tentacles, each measuring over 60 feet long. In 1986 it was responsible for starting a monster brawl after Mothra spilled its drink. This brawl severely injured Godzilla and ended in the death of aging super-primate King Kong. It dislikes the films of Paul W Anderson, and its favourite colour is red.

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  • Bamboota
    Bambootaalmost 3 years ago


  • Cheers Bam!

    – TheRandomFactor

  • perdita00
    perdita00almost 3 years ago

    LOVE this :)

  • Aw shucks!

    – TheRandomFactor

  • StevePhoenix
    StevePhoenixalmost 3 years ago

    I love it and really am almost on the verge of buying, i think the fact she isn’t on a broomstick is putting me off. but I love the design still.

  • Glad you like it dude! I kept the broom as close to the shape and style of the one seen in the credits of Bewitched, which admittedly is quite odd looking

    – TheRandomFactor

  • vampvamp
    vampvampalmost 3 years ago

    well done!

  • Thank you!

    – TheRandomFactor

  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngelalmost 3 years ago


    awesome design

  • Amazing! Thank you!

    – TheRandomFactor

  • aj4787
    aj4787over 2 years ago


  • Thank you!

    – TheRandomFactor

  • Feistees
    Feisteesabout 2 years ago

    Love HP and Bewitched! I could totally see Hermione marrying a Muggle and having a daughter named Tabitha ;). Nice work!

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