Knave of Spades
Spoiler Alert! For anyone who has not read the books or have seen the two-part films of the seventh book but plan to!
Traditionally drawn, this version of Snape stays close to the book description of the character. Snape walks through the forest as seen by the trees on either side of him, as he holds the sword of Gryffindor, to place it in the lake for Harry to find. Drawn in black and white, it represents the stark coldness of the night, as well as the cold, but necessary overture of having to place the sword in the frigid water. (
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