Our annual guide to releases big and small, anchored by Jeff Jensen's in-depth cover story on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2, attracted readers of all ages.

Every time I see ”the end” in one of your Harry Potter features, I get a bit teary-eyed. I started reading Sorcerer’s Stone in first grade, and will be watching Part 2 soon after graduating from high school. So I prefer to think of ”the end” this way: Harry will only truly have left this world when none here are loyal to him.
Alex Tsiguloff
Fort Wayne, Ind.

As soon as my 3-year-old, Noah, saw Harry Potter on the cover, he demanded I hand it over. Thanks for all the great articles!
Kimberly Fisher
Wind Gap, Pa.

Aside from Harry Potter, I am most looking forward to Super 8. It’s been so long since we’ve had a grand-scale movie that captures the fantasies of childhood.
Evan Dalton
St. Albans, W.Va.


It was confusing to see Scott Mitchell Rosenberg referred to as the creator of Men in Black in your Cowboys & Aliens story. While he was one of many involved in the development of the MIB movies, only two people should be credited as ”creators”: One is myself, as I wrote and created the comic that was the basis for the movies; the other is Barry Sonnenfeld, the films’ very creative director.
Lowell Cunningham
Knoxville, Tenn.


George R.R. Martin’s book series, of which A Game of Thrones is the first volume, is called A Song of Ice and Fire (TV).