I like the take on older Harry Potter, he looks like young Charles Xavier in X-Men: First Class and he's quite handsome. I wonder why Albus Serverus is the favorite (am I the only one who thinks that name's going to lead to taunting in the future)? Maybe Harry has more of a soft spot for Dumbledore and Snape (even though he acted like he hated him most of the time) than his father James (who Harry even said was kind of jerk) and godfather Sirius. I remember when little Albus was afraid of being sorted into Slitherine and Harry told him there was no shame in that and one of the most honorable men he knew (Snape I'm assuming, plus I'm guessing that Draco and him had made up and were probably friends now), I thought it was sweet because it showed that Harry had shed his prejudice towards houses (he'd changed from the boy who was, "I don't to be in Slitherine, they're evil!" to believing them to be honorable.)
Wow. That's good. This is excellent. I had never seen such a semirealistic work. It is realistic, but it's painted in a style which I had seen on manga stuff, only. Actually, there is a manga feeling on this... but is so light that I barely notice it. It's incredible, and man, I haven't even read Harry Potter. Incredible, an incredible work.
I just loved James in the end, feel like he's dying of jealousy (he should'n be, though, 'cause I love him so much more than any other kid of the next gen, haha). And your old Harry is so cool and handsome, I feel like taking him home.