Sometimes when a story ends, you're just not ready for it to be over. That's where fan art comes in. Super-talented artists have imagined what follows the "happily ever after" of their favorites movies, TV shows and books, and turned those imaginings into real, visual images that other people could observe and enjoy. That's how art works, you guys. Don't ever say Dorkly isn't educational.
J.K. Rowling finished her books with a satisfying epilogue that jumped 19 years into the future and showed her main characters sending their kids off to Hogwarts. Then, like a mama bird feeding her hungry babies, Rowling dropped an article about the 2014 Quidditch World Cup that gave curious Potterheads more information about the next generation. Artistically-inclined fans took her words and drew their own interpretations of these progeny.
Need a quick refresher? Harry and Ginny's children are Albus Severus, James Sirius and Lily Luna. Ron and Hermione's children are Hugo and Rose. George and Angelina's children are Fred and Roxanne. Draco and Astoria's son is Scorpius. Percy and Audrey's children are Molly and Lucy. Bill and Fleur's children are Victoire, Dominique and Louis. And, finally, Luna Lovegood's children are Lorcan and Lysander. Whew. Okay.