Praise for "HUFFLEPUFF PUFF PASS"
"Sure to imbue any member of Hogwarts’ least appreciated house with a long overdue sense of triumph."
-Michael Arbeiter, The Nerdist
"Even if you have a less-than-favorable view of the dear Badger Brigade, you can appreciate the slick flow of these lyrics."
-Gina Annunziato, Wizards and Whatnot
"This proud #hufflepuff thinks this is genius! Well done. But strictly for the older students / alumni!"
"Someone just made a Hufflepuff rap that's so awesome we want to transfer houses."
-Emily Baines, Hello Giggles
"A lot of black and yellow parties, some nice visual gags, and homages, but what stands out most is the degree of homework they did for this video. Judging by some of their lyrics, these are some seasoned Potterheads."
-Mitchell Corner, Geek Exchange
"Hufflepuffs keep trying to convince us they're cool."
-Beth Elderkin, io9
"The Best Harry Potter Rap Ever."
-Admingas, Geeks Are Sexy
Praise for "GET YOUR COMICS (ON THE FLOOR)"
"Addictive…a catchy salute…’Get Your Comics (On the Floor)’ delivers a strong message to those who have become too enamored of the cinema and TV marketing machines swallowing most of the attention."
" 'Comics on the Floor' from the team at Hyper RPG is tons of fun! We loved seeing all the different things they chronicled at #SDCC2017!”
“It’s insanely catchy, almost frustratingly so.”
“The video is…a fun reminder of the often underpaid creators who give us the characters and storylines that we love.”
Praise for "COSPLAY GIRL"
"'Cosplay Girl' is a musical number, a parody, a fan film, and a mini-drama all rolled into one."
-Aja Romano, Vox.com
Praise for "IT'S STILL MIDDLE EARTH TO ME"
"Bramante wrote and performed lead vocals–as Billy Joel Baggins–in 'It’s Still Middle-Earth to Me,' a note-perfect parody of both The Hobbit and Joel’s 1980 smash single 'It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me'."
-Joseph McCabe, The Nerdist
Praise for "ROCKET RACCOON"
"Not only is this musical homage to both The Beatles and Guardians of the Galaxy catchy, it’s also animated and acted beautifully."
-Rachel Berkey, The Nerdist