Friday, July 21, 2017

Top 20 Danny Phantom Episodes

https://drive.google.com/file/d/19E5s2qaN4BJQ_-zi1E5fW9IlS9NYeNea/view?usp=sharing

Time to go ghost again! (And no, I don't know what happened to the video in the beginning--I recorded this right after I recorded the mistakes list, so it should have been fine. But I'm not onscreen for most of the video, and it fixes itself halfway through anyway.)

7 comments:

  1. I never had a problem with Kitty's power in Girls Night Out, as outside of standard possession we've never seen what she can actually do. Also the Ember dating Skulker things was a nod to the Fandom as it was very popular pairing.

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  2. You can add Xiaolin Showdown to that list of shows with a great blend of action and comedy. Also, nice use of a Rob Zombie song.

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  3. Personally, I really enjoyed "Reality Trip". While the ending is unsatisfying, the way that Danny defeated Freakshow is brilliant.

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  4. Also, I found a fire-breathing Pegasus for ya Hero. https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61me4KTvwGL._SY300_QL70_.jpg

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  5. "Music...is a weapon."

    "I THINK ESPERANTO IS A LEGITIMATE LANGUAGE!"

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  6. There's a lot you can read into with the future scenes from "Ultimate Enemy". One factor that sticks out to me is Box Ghost. He's vastly different from his modern day counterpart. He's hardened leader and powerful fighter, with a missing eye and hand. It's a wonder how a ghost could lose body parts, when they're spirits. Which shows the Hell Dan Phantom put him through. But what really sticks out is Boxed Lunch; his and Lunch Lady's kid. Actually, what sticks out is who is there, and who isn't. We never see Lunch Lady. That could easily be chalked up to her voice actress being unavailable, or the creators simply not using her. But personally, I think she was completely destroyed by Dan Phantom, which is what made the biggest change and impact on Box Ghost, and why he was so Hellbent on killing Danny.

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