|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Invincible TechnoMage|
| bookboy226 chapter 23 . 2/20
Absolutely incredible story which I've read a few times now, just want to confirm that you are still writing it? since it's been over a year since your last update
| rhizz17 chapter 23 . 2/12
| The Chthonic Professor chapter 16 . 2/11
Just a little bit of interesting information: Aluminium is both pronounced and spelled the British way. The Americanized version came about because an American misspelled Aluminium as Aluminum on some sort of official document, so everyone on the American side of the globe began to spell, and pronounce, the word that way. Thus, the proper spelling and pronunciation belongs to the British version.
Then again, take my words with a grain of salt, they have no proper research basis. My father used to work for Alcan, a company dealing primarily in Aluminium, and it's a story he liked to tell me when I was younger. I'm not sure just how accurate it is.
| SleepingBlue chapter 23 . 2/3
I adore this! I just read all of it and loved every moment of it. can't wait to see more!
| Nyx Ro chapter 1 . 2/2
Harry asks a very excellent question here: If a nonverbal toddler was the only living witness, how does anyone know what happened on the night Voldemort was supposedly "vanquished" by Harry?
And why hasn't anyone asked this before?
I can't wait to see where you go with this!
| Wrabbit75 chapter 10 . 2/1
Now that I've remembered it, I kinda have to take issue with you calling Steve Rogers "unpowered". The man can lift 800lbs. over his head, has the agility of an Olympic gymnast, the stamina to exert himself at peak capacity for over an hour before showing signs of fatigue, run 60 mph, is a tactical genius, can shrug off and heal from incredible wounds, and has the fighting ability of a grand master martial artist in several forms of combat. While none of that is special in comparison to say, Thor or Iron Man, just the fact that he can hang with them and even lead them says he is well above human limits. Normally, a human might be able to do one or even two of these things, but all of them?
| Six Foot Assassin chapter 18 . 1/24
The problem I have with this story is that it barely has any usage of magic and it's too much focused on technology that tries replace magic.
| RonRR chapter 10 . 1/20
Love the story, I am re-reading it again.
I did find what I think is an error: "My present. Now Potter." from Hermione when demanding Harry give her is gift, should probably be Stark, not Potter. She knows him as Harry Stark, not Harry Potter and I do not think she would make that mistake. She knows how much he prefers to be called Stark.
Thanks for writing,
| DanielLC chapter 2 . 1/17
That's not attempted assault. Assault is threatening someone, which Snape did. Actually hitting them is battery, but Snape didn't attempt that. Are you saying it's just attempted because Harry didn't feel threatened by it?
| Kris chapter 23 . 1/2
Great chapter! Good for Franklin!
| MikeX713 chapter 20 . 1/3
(Comical boo) I was hoping you would keep Tracy as the main Pairing, you did such a great job with her. Other than that and feeling a bit forced in places, good story
| PaelentheAwesom chapter 12 . 1/2
Nooooo stop it... you keep pointing out all the shortcomings of HP and it's ruining my childhood. Staaaaaahhhhhhpppp
| TargeTPsY chapter 23 . 12/27/2016
So I've just finished reading our story and I love it. However, I think that Harry could have said something a little more bad-ass to Dr. Doom when he saw him. Something along the line of "do you come in peace, or will you leave in pieces?" True Doom probably would have fallen on his ass laughing, but sill, think of the bonding Victor and Tony could have over that moment.
Anyway 5/5 and a fav for the story. great work and keep writing.
| daraodochartaigh1 chapter 23 . 12/22/2016
This is such a good story and ive been binging it the last few days. Please update soon and dont abandon it. It's such a good story and it would be a shame if u abandoned it
| Guest chapter 12 . 12/19/2016
"Ah your 'International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy' an international agreement unique in history as to having no actual nations being a signatory to it." Stark looked at the glowing panel on his desk. "I'm sure that you are aware, in as much as you are the 'Supreme Mugwump' of the International Confederation of Wizards, yet another instance of magical internationalism not recognized by any actual nations, that the United States Department of Magic is not an signatory to nor does it recognize or enforce your Statute of Secrecy, the same goes for the Canadian Ministry of Magic, and the Mexican Oficina Federal de Magia."
I like it... is that a reverse subtle dig at baseball's World Series?! Lol