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brad posted a comment on Tuesday 15th May 2007 6:34pm

"Glimpses of torn underclothes" -- Brrrrr. I tell you what, if Harry ever finds out that Draco *did* violate Ginny that day, I hope you write a particularly detailed scene about his tearing Malfoy into little pieces. Of course, Draco's suspected assault hasn't happened yet in this world, and hopefully won't, so I guess it's a moot point.

Enjoyed the zebras saying! Is that a Matthew original?

I liked the chat with Remus; it could be he's going to be a larger part of Harry's life than I had thought before. Especially since you've hinted as to a coming crisis with Harry's burgeoning power, and Remus has now volunteered to assist. Harry's been in a unique position of calling all the shots to date, because he's been the one with all the knowledge. But the problem of his too-powerful magical core will be something completely new in his experience ... it would be nice to see Remus and the others gather round to help a vulnerable!Harry through it.

Enjoyed very much the Neville/Luna/Gran segment. Your development of AU!Neville - and Luna! - has been wonderful in this story. thank you for this new chapter!

Lurk posted a comment on Sunday 13th May 2007 9:04am

Great chapter!

Poor Harry, I'm surprised he didn't see Remus or Sirius dead as well. I guess because he's around the others more often, it's hitting him closer to home?

Damn Dumbledore. He just keeps thinking Harry's more and more eeevuhl, doesn't he? ::sighs::

YES! WONDERFUL bit with Neville! It is -so- nice to see him able to stand up and rail on his gran! Nice set up into next chapter (if that's when the visit is, that is), and I can't wait to see what'll happen!

Umm, I know I mentioned it in my past review, but I keep thinking about it now. -What- is going on with Care of Magical Creatures? Did I just misunderstand that bit from the previous chapters (can't remember which one), or was it just a typo? I'm very confused...

Keep up the great work, and thank you so much for this wonderful update!

Harry James posted a comment on Sunday 13th May 2007 5:15am

Wow that is great.Wow that was great.

Ivy_Snowe posted a comment on Saturday 12th May 2007 8:46am

Wow, I figured his boggart would be...horrible. But his reaction to the Voldemort shape was brilliant. I'd like to comment on all of this chapter, but you wrote it and know it quite well, so I'll keep this short. I'm always entertained and completely absorbed in this fic and I this chapter was no different. I'm looking forward to the confrontation (well, that's what it is, isn't it?) between Neville and his gran. Cheers.


Erik Wiggins posted a comment on Thursday 10th May 2007 3:57pm

Way to go! This is definitely one of the best. I doubt Good Ole J.K. could do better!

Prince Charon posted a comment on Thursday 10th May 2007 5:24am

Marguerite decided she’d better owl Kenneth once she was home. It would be best if her son was careful that no one knew he’d told her of Neville’s continued association with some of the lower sorts in his house. It just wouldn’t do to be involved with this particular family squabble.

LOL! I think its a little to late for that, lady.

Very interesting part.

Thank you for the update.

More soon, please.

Teresa Lynne posted a comment on Wednesday 9th May 2007 9:23pm

Hmmmmm...I'll bet that McGonagall had a flashback to the smiles of James and/or Sirius. Chuckle. Another excellent chapter! I enjoyed seeing Harry and Remus bonding. I hope that Harry adds him to the group soon! As for Dumbledore.... I find it curious that he's willing to give his pet projects another chance but is convinced that Sirius should have sat in Azkaban forever. Sigh. High fives to Neville for his response to his grandmother, she should really get a life. As for that "friend" of hers I wonder what she'll say when she realizes that her son had been found out? She might wonder if a Howler is on its way to her next! Thanks for another excellent chapter!

Eric Oppen posted a comment on Wednesday 9th May 2007 4:33pm

Awwww...I loved Luna's line "What if I want Neville to catch me?" Vintage Luna!

I think I know what she wants, and she knows it too.

gadriam posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 11:11pm

Neville with a backbone is a fantastic read. Luna's continuing insecurity regarding him feels a tad overdone, but it brings out his inner gentleman brilliantly. Besides, isn't Neville the head of at least his branch of the family? If so, he's got a lot of ammo for this upcoming meeting. The only other male member of his family we know is Uncle Algie. Maybe Nev could get his uncle's support and pull the rug completely on the old bag. The idea of a civil adress in a howler is quite hilarious and also incredibly stereotypically british. Keep it up, and post when you're ready. I'll be here.

Hagrid posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 10:37pm

Faster updates? What are yeh doing? Making Widgets? I mean, how creative do yeh need ter be ta make widgets? I'd like ter offer Fluffy ter yeh, so he (they) could answer yer rude reader's demands fer faster updates. I have read The Half Baked Plot, and not even that were written under a deadline, an we all know how bad That turned out. Just keep writin', thats the thing, inin't it?

Harry James posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 6:40pm

I love you. . . Jk. Another way to defend yourself is to say that the wizarding world doesn't always agree with the muggle government, so they have different laws for obvious reasons. Also, one other reason could be that you, not they, are the author of your created world, so they can shut their cakeholes and cry in a dark corner. I'd just like to say, fantastic job, as always. I really liked how you put in the childhood prank from Harry. I think some forget he's still just a kid and its refreshing to see him act like one on occasion. I also found it funny that you decided on having him act childish when Lupin just told him he was rather mature. I would like to know more of Dumbledore's thoughts and reactions, but I conceed to the master. You do wonderful work and it is all I expect from you. Enjoy.

KenF posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 11:52am

Hmmm... I had a longer review here, but my American TV attention span forgot it.

For the boggart lesson, let us just say, "If it's good enough for Voldie, it's good enough for a common boggart."

I hope Hogsmeade is still standing after the confrontation between Neville and his grandmother.

Thanks for the update!

Ravenclawchaser68 posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 10:58am

Great chapter. I love the drama between Neville and his Grandmother. I'm also interested to see what happens with Dumbledore. His suspicions with Harry were reawakened, but McGonagall pointed out that Harry was clearly concerned about Lupin. Is Dumbledore still going to be worried about Harry, or is he getting over that? Good character development all the way around in this one, between DD, Neville, and Ron. I'm looking forward to the next installment (of course) no matter how long it takes!!

Patches posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 10:39am

An excellent chapter. I like the way Lupin asked Harry to come an try his hand a dealing with a howler. Of course Remus had no way of knowing what would happen when Harry destroyed the Boggart. That was very well done. I like the fact that Dobby came and helped Harry out. Remus handled Dobby well. At least Dobby didn't keep hurting himself. Harry would have hated that. I'm glad Harry's friends were there for him. Especially Ginny. He needs her very much to help him through all that he has to do. The howler situation with Neville and his grandmother is great. I'm sure she never expected her mild mannered grandson would ever send her a howler. That was very good. Thanks so much for writing. I look forward to your next update. I am really enjoying your story. pms

slickrcbd posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 10:23am

Another great update to the best "Harry goes back in time to put right what once went wrong" fanfic out there.

One minor thing, could you have included an explination to what the customs that Nevilla was invoking with Luna was about? You did say that Harry didn't know, but Ron did, so having them explain to Harry and Hermionie would be a logical thing to do.

MonkeyAxman1302 posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 9:03am

Oooh. Exploding boggarts, always got to be called fun that. Was the spell he used to detroy boggy voldy the same one he used to kill him in the future?
Liked how Neville is taking his Gran to the cleaners.
Thanks for updating, I look forward to more. Please write as fast as life allows, its just so good!

Meteoricshipyards posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 8:39am

Excellent chapter. Harry certainly lucked out with the boggart. The Headmaster (luckily) doesn't seem too suspicious (at least in what you've written) and McGonagall seems to be on Harry's side.

Loved McGonagall's reaction to Harry's "innocent" look; I get the impression that his father used that same look right before doing a prank.

The Longbottom thing is an interesting subplot. Looking forward to Neville's confontation with his grandmother. Of course, this chapter didn't cover much time, but any word on what's happening with Snape and Draco? Why do I get the feeling that we'll see Draco with the Durmstrang group during the Triwizard?

Thanks for writing. Keep up the good work!

Tom A.

ctbarrett posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 8:06am

sigh... As usual when I see you've released a new chapter for this fic, I'm both ecstatic and frustrated beyond belief that this is still a WIP ;-) I don't often leave reviews for the fics I prefer, as they're usually already well-written and/or beta'd, and don't need much in the way of constructive criticism (and I do read a lot of fics). Nightmares of Futures Past, however, now holds the honor of being one of about four or five fics out of however many hundreds I've read, which impressed and entertained me so much (seriously... absolutely amazing, incredible, mind-blowing, fantastic story you've got going here.) that I posted a review for encouragement at the very least. So without further ado... more! more! more! faster! faster! faster! :-D Keep up the excellent work!

Sml posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 7:02am

Awesome. Figured the Boggart would do something like it did. But a question about something else that's bugged me. What about some of the teachers at Hogwarts besides the Headmaster? I kinda doubt McGonagall would have sat by and let the school fall or let Harry and his little group go it alone even in the past(future or whatever, paradox headache), much less now. Great story no matter what. And umm... when might the next Team 8 becoming out, just out of curiosity? (whistles innocently.)

Quizer posted a comment on Tuesday 8th May 2007 6:27am

Hmm, I didn't expect you'd use the cliché of ravaged dead bodies, but I'm surprised at how well you did it. Combining it with Voldemort saying 'I have already won' captures Harry's greatest fear pretty well. Your description of the Boggart's defense mechanism makes it absolutely necessary to go that way, and I don't resent you not going for something more abstract or original. Well done!

Great job also on the reactions. It's pretty smart of you how Remus is able to put it off as Ginny being Lily and Harry's rage being aimed at Voldemort killing his parents, but anytime his suspicions are aroused, he may arrive at the conclusion that Occam's Razor doesn't cut true in this case.

The conversation between Dumbledore and Minerva is quite enlightening. Dumbledore still fears a repeat of the events that led to Voldemort, and he seems to care too much about what Fudge thinks, but thanks to Minerva's observance, he gains a valuable perspective on Harry's behavior.

Great job on the Lupin/Dobby meeting. 'Master Loopy' is just priceless! :D

> I believe there comes a time and when justice
> must be meted out.

Something your betas must have missed - I thought I'd bring it to your attention.

I love the part with Neville at the end of the chapter, it's masterfully done. It looks like someone finally snapped, but in Neville's case that might not be a bad thing. His response to Minerva was priceless, and the shocked look she gave Harry was great too. Too reminiscent of a certain James Potter, that grin, eh?

I'm greatly looking forward to the next chapter. Maybe Remus will get that impulse that changes his perception of Harry, and how the situation with Neville's aunt resolves should be interesting.

Until next time!