Obvious AU. Lord Voldemort fell on Halloween night. The Girl-Who-Lived was going to be sent to her last remaining blood relatives. Turns out there were others who disagreed with Dumbledore’s plans.
Hermione Granger has to explain a few truths to a group who thinks that all Purebloods are white supremacists and that Dolores Umbridge is the moral compass of the Wizarding World. Going to the other extreme is not the world Hermione fought for.
In the 31st Century, the Legion of Super Heroes prepares to investigate one of history’s greatest mysteries. What in the world happened to Harry Potter?
Revamped. A couple of chance encounters on Harry’s initial trip to Diagon Alley causes him to ask questions of a world that doesn’t like questions being asked of it. Blatantly and obviously AU.
Harry Potter gets caught out of bounds by a sixth year Slytherin prefect. Interesting information comes to light.
Harry’s new job brings him to the doorstep of so many sexually frustrated women.
Set during the original Emerald Flight trilogy, although obvious AU. Barbara returns Kara’s jacket to her that she left at the Batcave. She stumbles into a sticky situation. Not for children. One shot.
AU. When Ron and Hermione wrongly believe that Harry placed his name in the Goblet of Fire to enter the Triwizard Tournament, Harry appears to be truly isolated. Much to his relief, one person truly believes in him. She will be his inspiration to aspire to greatness, no matter what cost and far beyond what Dumbledore’s plans for his destiny would be. Eventual Dark!Harry/Dark!Ginny pairing, with Ron, Hermione, and Dumbledore bashing.
Who knew Harry questioning the fact he could enter a magically binding contract would cause a ruckus and lead to a rebellion? The fun has just begun. Very much an AU.