Danny Phantom Paper*There are a lot of great TV shows out there, but the one I like the most is Danny Phantom. It is a cartoon created by Butch Hartman for Nickelodeon. It now only plays on the Nicktoons Network. Here are some facts:
*Danny Phantom premiered on April 3, 2004 after the Kid's Choice Awards. It was designed to be a "boy's action show" appealing to the seven-year-old set. In addition to that, it also appealed to teenage girls because of its high school setting, and to parents with sarcastic humor. There were 49 episodes, 4 of them being one-hour specials. Production was stopped in 2006, and the last episode aired in 2007.
*The show is about a 14-year-old named Danny Fenton, who steps into his parents ghost portal and accidentally turns it on, giving him ghost powers. He can now fly, turn intangible, and shoot ectoplasm out of his hands. He also has a ghost sense that comes out of his mouth when other ghosts are near, similar to the breath you see on a cold day. The sense later turns into ful
Broken Mirror: Chapter 4
Chapter 4: A Temporary Truce
Danny Fenton, codename "Hunter," leaned against the handle bars of his bike, his body slumped backwards on the leather seat as he relaxed in the afternoon sunshine. His trench coat hung from one of the handlebars, discarded in the wake of warm weather. The screen belonging to the satellite ghost tracker in the dashboard flashed, the words 'unable to locate target' written in block green letters across the map of the United States.
Hunter wasn't watching the screen though. He preferred to work things out himself, with good old pen and paper—or in this case, a map and a sharpie.
The map was held open to display the same area of the US as the screen, but this version had a series of pen marks, mostly scattered around the major highways and leading north from Wisconsin to Minnesota. There were thirty in total. The black marks were for the locations where a white haired ghost boy in a black jumpsuit had been spotted. The red ones were for encounters Hunter
DP: A Knight in Fishnet AmourThe bleachers were hot and sticky, and they did nothing to relieve the sweltering heat beating down on the field outside Amity Park High School. It was lunch and all the students were running around or sitting down and eating surrounded by friends and classmates.
Save for one girl, dressed all in black, who was sitting on the bleachers, starring out at the mass of students with an apathetic glare. She was leaning back with her elbows propped on the bench behind her and her head ducked down, nearly resting on her chest, with her legs spread and one of her combat-booted feet tapping to an invisible beat. Her neck was laced with ribbons of black with an upside-down cross as the focus. She was wearing a mesh vest underneath of which a black bra was clearly visible, and too-large black combat pants tucked into her black boots. Half of her head was shaven, and the rest of the luscious black hair was draped over the left side of her head, nearly covering half of her face