Mass psychosis has struck Neo-Gotham, making everyone terrified of Batman.
Batman is hunted by a figure from his past seeking revenge, with an appearance by the Royal Flush Gang.
A rogue Guardian ends up on Earth with his craziest invention--the Phantom Ring--which can be wielded by anyone. Simon and Jessica must stop a wannabe Green Lantern, Frank Lamiski, after the Phantom Ring gives him powers he can't control.
After the events of Forever Evil, Lex Luthor enjoys the rush of being a hero so much that he convinces the Justice League to let him join. We also see how the Power Ring, a ring from another dimension that feeds on fear, claims Jessica Cruz, who will eventually become a Green Lantern.
The new Batman Beyond is even better than the animated series that it's based on. Terry McGinnis has taken over as Batman in Neo-Gotham. He faces the rapidly proliferating Jokerz gang, which is trying to resurrect the original Joker.
Krentz uses deafness as a lens to examine 19th century American literature, adapting Du Bois's concept of the "color line" into the "hearing line."
Michael Warner analyzes the connection between print culture and national identity in the early U.S.
One of the most significant works of Faulkner criticism, dealing with novels from 1929 to 1932.
Coleman explores representations of religious belief, whether Christian or hoodoo, in 20th century African American fiction.
Slavery and Sin tells the story of how antebellum writers debated ideas about racial slavery through biblical concepts of sin.
This is the best bio of the mixed-race Harlem Renaissance writer Nella Larsen.
Gary Selby explicates how MLK drew on the Exodus story throughout his speeches.
This edited collection includes essays by a range of brilliant scholars writing about religion and American literature.
Josef Sorett reveals how Afro-Protestantism has always played a critical role in 20th century African American literature.
In the conclusion to the Black Fleet Crisis trilogy, Han is a prisoner of the Yevetha.
While Leia tries to use diplomacy to diffuse the Yevethan threat, Luke visits the Fallanassi, whose version of the Force, the White Current, allows them to create illusions.
Luke Skywalker goes on a quest to find out who his mother was, while a new menace rises to invade the New Republic.