More ‘Danny Phantom’ Characters Drawn 10 Years Later

Last August, Danny Phantom phans were treated to some fresh content when series creator Butch Hartman drew the main trio of Danny , Sam , and Tucker aged up 10 years later . Now Hartman has returned to draw even more characters – with new looks, new tech, and new storylines.

Just like in the first video, Hartman draws a few sketches for each character and then a final colored design. He also tosses ideas around for what he thinks has happened to them in the past 10 years. This time, he draws Danny’s family – Jazz, Jack, and Maddie – along with his arch-enemy, Vlad, and female clone, Dani.

Hartman stresses that the members of Team Phantom have united behind the Phantom logo, hinting that perhaps there’s now a Phantom or Fenton Corporation. There are quite a few exciting directions he imagines for the bunch, some of which toy with the show’s darker side.

Jazz Fenton

Hartman’s new designs of  Jazz Fenton , Danny’s older brainy sister, show her as a more “energetic” member of Team Phantom with new ghost-hunting tech. The first design is a rather nice upgraded callback to a weapon she wore in the original series, the Fenton Peeler . In her second sketch, Jazz takes after her mom with a shorter haircut and a jumpsuit bearing the Phantom logo. It’s full of nostalgia and seems like a logical aged-up look for her to take.

Jazz’s final design deviates from what phans might expect, but it’s a cool concept. She’s essentially the “eyes in the sky” and wired into a tech chair back at Fenton Works . While the Jazz of old would have wanted to be directly in on the action, this version shows a more mature mindset in knowing where she’s needed most. And regardless of whether or not this design is used, hopefully, Jazz is still pursuing her love of psychology and uses it to help support the team.

Jack Fenton

Things start getting a little dark when it comes to the updated version of Danny’s father,  Jack Fenton . The first version results in a cool new term: “ecto-tronic.” Hartman gives Jack an entirely mechanized form for the right half of his body, which Jack would be OK with but implies that he’s been in a lot of costly battles over the past decade.

The second design is much more subdued but still awesome. Jack gets an upgraded jumpsuit, a beard, and a “biker” ponytail that’s reminiscent of the ponytail of his good ol’ buddy, Vlad.

Jack’s final design capitalizes on the fame Danny Phantom might’ve gotten over the years. Hartman says that Jack would show off and sell more Fenton ecto-weaponry, giving him some new gear in the drawing. But with all that fame and success, there’d be enemies – both humans and ghosts – waiting to strike. Thus, this final design of Jack has a missing eye and leg as scars from battles. It hints at a darker, more angst-filled version of Danny Phantom that phans would love to see.

Maddie Fenton

Hartman draws Danny’s mom, Maddie  with a short punk buzz-cut and a huge bazooka emphasizing her love of weapons.

Maddie’s second design builds on the first, but instead of a bazooka, she’s holding two huge ecto-bombs under her arms. (Moral of the story: don’t mess with Maddie Fenton!)

Her final version is certainly surprising, going in a Mad Max  meets  Walking Dead direction. Hartman has her holding two ghosts on leashes to help sense other ghosts, which is a cool concept, though you’d think she would have a futuristic Fenton gadget for the job. Her outfit is extremely different, with a short-sleeved shirt and an even shorter punk haircut.

Overall, the second sketch seems to be a better, more realistic design for Maddie, particularly in terms of outfits. However, the “ghost bat” in the final version is an awesome upgrade for the beloved Fenton Anti-Creep Stick .

Vlad Plasmius

Out of all the aged-up characters Hartman does, Vlad Plasmius might be the most thought-provoking. His first sketch is a simple, pointed upgrade of his original look.

The second version, Hartman admits, might “freak a few people out,” but it delves into that dark corner of the show again. This one is an upgrade of his human persona, Vlad Masters, complete with pointed hair, a fancy new suit, and a white tiger by his side. But it’s the person to his right that makes things freaky: a successfully cloned Danny Fenton. Vlad tried and failed to make an exact Danny replica in the original series (he made Dani Phantom as a by-product), so seeing this Danny raises plenty of questions about the past 10 years that would be fun to explore.

The third version gives Vlad a medieval, kingly look with armor and a sword, but the final design is where the ideas really start churning. Ten years after the series finale, “ Phantom Planet ,” in which Vlad is stranded in space, Hartman shares his idea of what happened next. He thinks aliens may have enslaved Vlad and he draws him escaping with a broken chain on his wrist. Vlad has shaved hair and a tattered purple slave uniform, and he really wants to get Danny now. This is one of the most concrete ideas Hartman has shared for a potential revival. Phans should definitely be excited.

Dani Phantom

Finally, Hartman draws Danny’s female clone, Danielle Phantom . Her first two versions toy with possible evil and good personas she might take on when she’s 20. The third version also goes dark, with pointed ears and ghostly hair. Dani’s final design rocks. Her flame-like hair is reminiscent of Dark Danny’s , and her outfit echoes that of Danny’s 10 years older design. Whichever version she ends up with, it’s worth noting that in a different video , Hartman said that had the series continued, the Fenton’s would’ve adopted Dani. So at least we have an idea of what she might’ve been doing this past decade.

What this video boils down to is that all these new designs give more validity to a possible revival. The idea of an alien-enslaved Vlad is Hartman’s first detailed storyline to specifically continue off of “Phantom Planet.” He even says that this is the Vlad “I would probably bring back in Danny Phantom  10 years later.” While nothing is set in stone yet, all these ideas give us a taste of what might (or might not) be in the works.

Check out Butch Hartman drawing the original Danny Phantom trio 10 years later here:


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  • Episode aired Sep 16, 2005

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Jazz thinks Danny is losing his mind when he starts fighting ghosts that aren't there - which is actually revenge-seeking Youngblood who cannot be seen by adults - or big sisters! Jazz thinks Danny is losing his mind when he starts fighting ghosts that aren't there - which is actually revenge-seeking Youngblood who cannot be seen by adults - or big sisters! Jazz thinks Danny is losing his mind when he starts fighting ghosts that aren't there - which is actually revenge-seeking Youngblood who cannot be seen by adults - or big sisters!

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  • Goofs Youngblood says that only kids can see him unless they act like adults (like Jazz). However, Sam and Tucker are not able to see Youngblood when he shows up as the Fentons are preparing to leave, though both are just as childish as Danny.

Maddie Fenton : I don't know, Jazz, honey. Sure Danny seems a little high-strung but I'm sure it's nothing we can't work out here.

Danny Fenton : Back off, punk!

[fires an ecto-gun all around the lab as the family finds cover]

Maddie Fenton : I'll get the sleeping bags.

  • Connections References Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)

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Going Ghost: 20 Danny Phantom Secrets That Make Our Eyes Green With Power

He's a phantom! He also stars in a show filled with strange tones and secrets. Here are 20 things about Danny Phantom fans totally missed!

When you think about cartoons during the 2000s, the first one to come to your mind would likely be Danny Phantom . This cartoons series gained quite the cult following when it came out. And now, over a decade later, people still talk about this show. There are even rumors of a new series starting up that follows Danny’s adventures ten years later (we can only hope).

I can see why this cartoon would be popular. It had a unique premise, some pretty awesome characters, fun animation and coloring, and fairly strange themes. This was a cartoon that could be silly, but it could also be serious when it wanted to be.

But if you think about it, Danny Phantom is kind of a strange cartoon. Not so much in tone, but in premise and concept. After all, the show is centered around a boy who is half-human half-ghost, so the subject of passing comes up a lot more in this series than in your average cartoon. But there are a lot more elements to this show that are surprisingly strange.

And for many of us, these things didn’t really occur to us as kids. The show was actually pretty good at glossing over some of the heavier stuff, but that doesn’t change the fact that Danny Phantom wasn’t afraid to go creepy.

So here are 20 secrets about Danny Phantom that you probably didn’t realize. Think we missed some good ones? Make sure to let us know in the comments section below!

20 His Origins

You know, Nickelodeon kind of glossed over the whole accident that changed Danny Fenton into Danny Phantom. Yeah, the whole story gets told in the theme song and it talks about how his DNA got fused with ghost ectoplasm, but they kind of ignore the fact that this lab accident was extremely hard. And yet, you can hear Danny’s scream to know he was not having a good time.

What you may not know is that Danny actually perished during that accident. But thanks to the ghost ectoplasm and the machine, he became part ghost. He may have gotten cool powers out of it, but they came at a pretty high price. It’s a much weirder element to the TV series that they don’t really talk about in great detail.

19 Gives A New Meaning To "At War With Yourself"

For the most part, Danny’s human half and ghost half are on the same page because they are the same person. He’s usually able to transform from ghost to human pretty easily, and there’s not much distinction between the two. Until he tries to separate the two, and then things go very bad.

Imagine having half of you trying to eliminate the other half.

In an alternate future, after losing his family and friends, Danny tries to have Vlad remove his human half from his ghost half in order to stop feeling the pain. But things go wrong. Very wrong. His ghost half then removes the ghost half of Vlad, absorbs that, and then destroys Danny’s human half. Imagine having half of you trying to eliminate the other half. This dark future did not end well for poor Danny.

18 Something's Up With This Guy

Vlad is probably the only other person like Danny, where he’s part human part ghost. And oddly enough, he also got his powers through a lab accident caused by Danny’s father. (Maybe his parents shouldn’t be around dangerous technology... ) But Vlad, also known as Plasmius, isn’t as heroic as Danny. Quite the opposite, actually.

What’s weird about Vlad is not so much that he’s a villain, but his motivations behind becoming a villain. Vlad has two big goals: he wants to eliminate Danny’s father in revenge, and he wants to marry Danny’s mother. Seriously, this guy is a big creep who can’t seem to let go of the past. He has gone through a couple of decades in his life feeling like he’s been cheated out of happiness that was rightfully his, and now he’s going to take it by force. Yeesh, just let it go, man.

17 A Tough Sister

You could argue that Jasmine Fenton, or Jazz, is probably the most normal person in this strange family. She’s incredibly smart, a little over-protective of Danny, and she’s not afraid to speak her mind on things that matter to her. And while she doesn’t like that her parents are ghost hunters, she will go in and take down ghosts if it means protecting her family.

If you think about it, Jazz is peeling layers off of a ghost’s skin.

And that’s what she does when Spectra goes after Danny. But the method of how Jazz does it is kind of strange. Jazz dons a suit called the Fenton Peeler and proceeds to peel away layers of Spectra’s beauty, leaving her true appearance: an ugly old hag. But if you think about it, Jazz is peeling layers off of a ghost’s skin. She is way more hardcore than we give her credit for.

16 My Mind Is Not My Own

Mind control is always a creepy thing in any show. The idea that someone is making you do things beyond your control can be all kinds of weird. And it happens a few times in Danny Phantom. The most notable and creepy one is when the ghost Freakshow decides to have fun with our favorite teen ghost hero.

In his first appearance, Freakshow puts Danny under his control and makes him do his bidding, like steal stuff, commit crimes, etc. But what’s creepy is when Sam confronts the two, Freakshow makes Danny almost destroy Sam. She manages to snap Danny out of it, but there’s a moment where you’re wondering if Sam’s going to bite the dust. Plus, seeing Danny, who’s normally this dorky and noble hero, turn into something a bit more demented is seriously weird.

15 Who Even Came Up With These Flowers?

This show definitely went to some places. It did pretty much everything except show blood. For example, did you know that Vlad mistreated Danny in one episode? Well, more like he knowingly caused Danny intense pain in order to gain something out of it.

Vlad shoves Danny into a circle of Blood Blossoms, which traps him and harms him.

There are things called Blood Blossoms, a type of flower that is apparently excruciatingly painful to ghosts should they touch them. At one point, Vlad shoves Danny into a circle of Blood Blossoms, which traps him and harms him. Granted, he does this to basically get rid of Danny so he can take the Infi-map, an object he wanted for his own designs. But he basically shoved Danny into a situation, knowing it would cause him excruciating pain, and then left him to suffer. That’s just cold, Vlad.

14 Sam's Actions

Despite her appearance and indifferent demeanor, Sam does care a lot about quite a few things. She’s a big activist for animal rights, she’s always fighting against injustice, and she’s not afraid to speak out if she thinks something is wrong. But we never really see her as particularly violent.

But at one moment, Sam rips off the head of a teddy bear at the Gothapalooza. And it turns out that all of the teddy bears were actually goth kids who had been transformed (ghost shenanigans, this probably isn’t even the weirdest thing to happen). So, Sam basically ripped someone’s head off. I wonder if that poor goth kid still lost their head, or if when everything went back to normal, their head was intact? We may never know.

13 The Ghost Child

Considering we usually only saw ghosts whenever they were attacking Amity Park, we don’t really know much about what they do during their downtime. And we don’t know a ton about how they interact with each other. But they do, and some are friends, and some are more than that.

Apparently, ghosts can get it on and they can have kids.

In the episode “Ultimate Enemy,” we find out a bit of slightly strange information. Apparently, ghosts can get it on and they can have kids. The proof is the ghost Lunchbox, a ghost who is the child of the Lunch Lady and the Box Ghost. While I’m not going to judge a ghost’s personal business, it’s kind of a creepy concept that ghosts can reproduce. How does that even work? Never mind, I don’t think I want to know.

12 This Guy’s Got The Power (No, Really)

At first glance, Ghost Writer may seem like a throwaway character. He does show up only in a couple of episodes, and one of them was a holiday special. Compared to other ghosts that Danny fights, Ghost Writer doesn’t seem all that intimidating. But he’s a lot more powerful than you may think.

Ghost Writer has control over reality itself, and he can manipulate it however he wants through his stories. If you think about it, that makes him incredibly powerful. Now, he only uses the power to write his stories and antagonize Danny a bit, so I guess he’s still not that dangerous. But if he wanted to, Ghost Writer could totally take over the world and no one could do much about it. Maybe Danny should stay on his good side for a bit.

11 His Own Worst Enemy

Danny has quite a few enemies and they range from being annoying to downright terrifying. And we’ve had quite the variety of ghosts, from the child ghost that just wanted to play, to an otherworldly horror bent on taking over the ghost zone. But the most terrifying enemy that Danny has likely faced is himself.

Danny’s darker self is seriously scary.

The concept of going up against a dark version of yourself is nothing new. A lot of people are fascinated by the idea of the hero going dark. But Danny’s darker self is seriously scary. Dark Danny, also known as Dan Phantom, is the ghost half of Danny that merged with Plasmius and then destroyed Danny’s human half. This guy is a full-blown psychopath and raged terror on both humans and ghosts for years. You don’t want to go up against him.

10 Family Ties

There are quite a few strange things in Danny Phantom; you can’t really avoid it with the premise of the show. But there’s one element that tends to get played off a bit for laughs that’s actually seriously weird. And that’s Danny’s parents and their obsession with hunting ghosts.

Danny’s parents are unaware that Danny is part ghost. So, they have no idea that Danny Phantom is actually their son. What’s horrifying is that his parents want to capture and dissect Danny Phantom. They see him as a dangerous enemy that should be captured and studied/destroyed. So, they basically are trying to harm and eliminate their own son. It is just shown for comedy, but it’s a pretty creepy concept. Like poor Danny doesn’t have enough to deal with.

9 Vlad, Leave The Guy Alone

We’ve established that Vlad is a pretty creepy person in general who can’t tell the difference between love and hate apparently. In the beginning, Vlad’s big goal was to win the heart of Maddie, Danny’s mom, and get rid of his dad. But as time progresses, we see Vlad grow pretty attached to Danny as well.

He becomes just as obsessed with Danny as he was with Maddie.

In fact, Vlad brings up the idea of becoming Danny’s new father, saying he’s a much better fit and that he can even help Danny with his powers. Pretty soon he becomes just as obsessed with Danny as he was with Maddie. Seriously dude, stop being a creep. What’s even creepier is that many fans like to ship these two, which is all kinds of unhealthy. This guy should not be dating anyone, especially a teenage boy.

8 Half Here, Half There

Danny does have some pretty cool powers. Since he’s part ghost, he can do all kinds of cool stuff like disappear, fly, phase through walls, throw ectoplasmic blasts, and more. But there’s actually a kind of weird element to his very nature.

The fact is, Danny is technically half deceased. Since he is half ghost, part of him is literally deceased. If we want to get even creepier, we could say that his ghost half is possessing his deceased body. Since he did actually perish during that lab accident that gave him his powers, this isn’t a far-fetched idea. The point is, no one really knows just what Danny is. He’s human, but he’s also a ghost. He’s alive, yet he’s deceased. It’s all really creepy if you think about it.

7 This Teen Packs A Punch

We know that Danny has quite a few awesome abilities as a half ghost. But I think we forget just how powerful this teen actually is. He’s so powerful that a lot of the ghosts are kind of afraid of him. And let’s not forget that the dark version of him took over Amity Park easily.

He’s so powerful that a lot of the ghosts are kind of afraid of him.

Let’s take a look at his skills. Besides the usual ghostly stuff of phasing through objects, flying, and disappearing, Danny has a few other special abilities. He can blast ghosts with ectoplasmic energy, he can make shields, he can redirect electric attacks at his opponents, he can use his ecto-energy to make himself stronger, and he can do the famous ghostly wail. All of these abilities can cause a lot of damage to ghosts and humans. This kid is not someone you should anger.

6 Ghosts Have Feelings Too!

When it comes to the ghosts of Amity Park, we tend to think of them as another "villain of the week," another obstacle for Danny to overcome. And to a degree, that’s kind of what they are. They are challenges that help Danny grow. But we also forget that these ghosts were actually once people too.

In fact, practically every enemy Danny has (besides the Guys in White) is either deceased or half deceased. But these ghosts were once people with their own lives. And they’ve all perished in various ways, from something normal like a heart attack, to something tragic like a freak accident. It’s a little sad and pretty strange when you think about it. I don’t think many kids shows have this much pain and turmoil surrounding the premise.

5 He’s Still Just A Kid

We don’t really forget that Danny is a teenager throughout the series; the fact that he deals with problems at school just as much as he deals with ghost problems makes sure of that. Half the struggles Danny has is dealing with humans as well as ghosts. But I think we forget just how young Danny actually is.

This isn't some older teenager we're talking about here. 

At the start of the series, Danny is fourteen. Yeah, when we think teenager we tend to think around 16 or 17. But while Danny is a teenager, he’s a young teenager, and he’s still very much a kid in some ways. That’s what makes all these things that happen to him that much more horrifying. This isn’t an older teenager that’s getting attacked, hunted, and hurt. This is a kid who’s just barely entered the teen stage. Danny, you are stronger than we give you credit for.

4 How Do You Cope?

Can you imagine losing everything and everyone you ever loved? That’s a pretty strange concept for a cartoon, and yet Danny Phantom did it. Though it was one of those “dark alternate future” scenarios. In this situation, Danny loses his family and his friends due to a freak explosion at the Nasty Burger.

What’s even crazier about this situation is this is what catalyzes Danny’s transformation into Dan Phantom, the evil version of Danny. But even without that, this whole idea is pretty horrifying, especially for a kids’ show. To lose everyone you ever loved and cared about would be completely devastating, and we see it in Danny. This Danny was completely broken, and it was really hard to see him like that. Man, Nickelodeon doesn’t mess around.

3 He Didn’t Get Much Time To Train

Most heroes with crazy powers usually have a little time to get the feel of their powers before they start fighting the good fight. And in some cases, they go through crazy amounts of training in order to hone their skills. But not Danny. This kid has been learning on the fly from day one.

This kid has been learning on the fly from day one.

What you may not know is that Danny only had his powers for a month before he fought ghosts for the first time. A month. Can you imagine? And this kid hadn’t been training or anything; he was mostly focused on trying to keep his powers under control and not alert anybody to his new abilities. But it’s thanks to that first fight that he found his calling. So, I guess it was a good thing. But man, Danny is either seriously talented or just incredibly lucky to have lasted as long as he has.

2 The Hunter

Most of the ghosts do have it out for Danny for one reason or another. The most common one was that he stopped them from having their fun, and now they want revenge. Or in Vlad’s case, he wants Danny to join up with him. But there is one ghost that had a more sinister plan in mind for Danny.

Skulker is a famous hunter ghost that loves to hunt rare animals. And he wanted to hunt Danny since Danny is a rarity, being half human and half ghost. What’s truly weird about Skulker is the fact that he tells Danny he wants to hunt him and hang his pelt at the foot of his bed. So he basically wanted to end Danny and put him on his bed. Okay, that’s just messed up.

1 A Perfect Plan

We’ve established the Vlad has a rather unhealthy obsession with Danny that leads to him to want to become Danny’s new father. Practically every time he and Danny fight, he is trying to persuade the ghost teen to join up with him. But things don’t stop there.

His plan was to make a clone and then eliminate the original Danny.

Vlad takes it a step further and attempts to clone Danny. His plan was to make a clone and then eliminate the original Danny. The attempts don’t really work, but he then creates Dani, a little female clone of Danny, who he then tries to use to take Danny down and then eventually rejects. Seriously, this guy is so messed up and so desperate to be Danny’s father that he tried to create a clone of him and then destroy him. Vlad, you’ve got some serious problems.

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  • 1.1 The Origin
  • 1.2 Beginning
  • 1.3 Becoming a Hero
  • 1.4 Alternate Paths
  • 1.5 New Allies and Old Friends
  • 1.6 A Bright Future
  • 2 Appearance
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  • 4.1 Sam Manson
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  • 4.4 Jack and Maddie Fenton
  • 4.5 Paulina
  • 4.6 Valerie Gray
  • 4.7 Mr. Lancer
  • 4.8 Dash Baxter
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  • 4.11 Dark Danny
  • 4.12 Skulker
  • 5.1 Ghost Powers
  • 5.2 Abilities
  • 5.3 Weaknesses
  • 6 Equipment
  • 7.1 Season 1
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  • 8.1 Danny Phantom: A Glitch in Time
  • 8.2 Crossovers
  • 9.1 The College Years
  • 9.2 10 Years Later
  • 11 Cameos in other media
  • 14 External links
  • 15 References

History [ ]

The origin [ ].

Living with ghost-obsessed parents since birth, Danny had to put up with his parents' "unique" personalities, which often traumatized him. Danny wanted to be an astronaut when he grew up and, unlike his parents, had no interest in hunting ghosts. However, this did not stop his curiosity that one day changed his life forever. As revealed via flashback in the episode " Memory Blank ", while exploring his parents' laboratory with his two best friends Sam Manson and Tucker Foley , Danny (at Sam's suggestion to check it out) accidentally activated the newly-built Fenton Ghost Portal from the inside, causing his DNA to become infused with ectoplasm and turning Danny into a human/ghost hybrid with an array of ghostly superpowers .

Beginning [ ]

Danny had only had his powers for a month before his first real ghost fight. He was unsure about telling his parents about the accident and was still trying to get the hang of his powers, often losing control of them at inopportune and embarrassing moments. But after his first battle against a ghost , he realized what his powers were for. Since the ghosts were a serious threat, Danny decided to take on the role of a superhero to protect Amity Park. [13]

Danny soon met Vlad Masters , his parents' friend from college, now a billionaire bachelor. Danny found out that twenty years ago, Vlad became a half-ghost just like Danny, and now had all the same powers Danny had and more, but with twenty years more experience. Vlad soon became Danny's arch-nemesis.

Becoming a Hero [ ]

At first, Danny Phantom was not a particularly well-known or well-liked ghost. His debut to Amity Park was ruined when Walker staged a ghost invasion of the city and framed Danny Phantom for it [14] (then known to the city as "Invis-o-Bill") and later when Freakshow took control of Danny's mind and forced him to perpetrate a series of ghostly crimes for him. [1] Events such as these caused the people of Amity Park to hate Danny Phantom, despite his intentions to protect them. Danny's only supporters were his two best friends Tucker and Sam and unbeknownst to him, his sister Jazz .

In " Reign Storm ", after Danny defeated the Ghost King Pariah Dark and saved Amity Park from being trapped in the Ghost Zone, Amity Park finally recognized him as a hero (and recognized his real name). This also helped his standing in the Ghost Zone, as the Far Frozen began to know him as "the Great One" and "Savior of the Ghost Zone" due to his victory over the Ghost King. However, his parents and his then-love interest Valerie , the three people he most wanted to believe in him, still didn't view Danny Phantom as anything but a menace.

Alternate Paths [ ]

In " The Ultimate Enemy ", Danny witnessed an alternate future where he gave up his human half after an accident killed his friends and family, causing him to become fully ghost and much more powerful, but ultimately extremely evil. His own future self turned out to be his ultimate enemy.

New Allies and Old Friends [ ]

Throughout his adventures, Danny made a number of allies, including his half-ghost female clone and cousin, Dani Phantom , a Yeti-like ghost named Frostbite , the Master of Time by the name of Clockwork , a werewolf ghost named Wulf and Pandora , the owner of Pandora's Box .

A Bright Future [ ]

In " Phantom Planet ", Vlad created a new team of teenage ghost hunters, the Masters' Blasters , to upstage Danny. They were inexplicably able to hunt ghosts much better than Danny could, embarrassing and humiliating Danny. He began to have deep doubts about whether he really was the superhero the people wanted. He was so depressed that, despite his friends' protests, he used the Fenton Portal to remove all his ghost powers, becoming fully human again, save for a small white streak in his hair. At the same time, however, a much bigger threat - the Disasteroid - was headed straight for Earth, timed to collide in just one week and destroy the entire planet; and because Earth and the Ghost Zone are flip sides of each other, if Earth were to be destroyed, the Ghost Zone would be destroyed as well.

With renewed determination, Danny returned to the Ghost Zone to seek help. His enemies in the Ghost Zone, however, were all too glad to see him in his powerless human state and took great pleasure in blasting him all together, but this action manages to recharge the streak in his hair, in actuality, a remnant of Danny's ectoplasmic powers stored in his DNA, transforming him back into Danny Phantom. Gaining help from his allies and enemies from the Ghost Zone, humans and ghosts worked side-by-side and successfully saved the Earth from the Disasteroid. When the crisis was finally over, Danny revealed his secret identity to all of Earth and was hailed as Earth's hero.

Appearance [ ]

Danny Human-Ghost

Danny Fenton has fair skin, black hair and blue eyes. He wears a white T-shirt with a thin red collar, red cuffs, and a red oval in the middle, light blue jeans and red-and-white sneakers. When he becomes furious, his eyes sometimes flash bright green even while in human form.

When he transforms into Danny Phantom, his hair becomes snow white, his eyes become glowing green, his skin becomes cast in shadow and a faint white glow surrounds his whole body. In this form, he wears a black jumpsuit with white boots, collar, belt and gloves. After " Memory Blank ", he wears his logo, a white "D" with three ghost trails on its stem and the negative space inside it forming a "P," on his chest. His voice becomes slightly but noticeably resonant as well.

Personality [ ]

Initially, Danny was awkward and nervous yet friendly. Like most teenagers, he desires to be popular, has a dislike of bullies and embarrassment from his parents. But unlike most teenagers, he had super-powers. He struggled to cope with them and was afraid of anyone discovering his secret, fearing it would make him "go from geek to freak" and longed to be normal just like everyone else again. But after fighting ghosts for the first time, he realized he could use his powers for good. This newfound sense of purpose changed Danny into a heroic, brave young man.

In the present, when he is not worrying about ghosts, Danny is kind, easy-going, helpful, and compassionate at times. He likes using his ghost powers for good, but, being a teenage boy, is not always above using them to get revenge on bullies or sneak out of school detention. His ghost hunting often cuts into his schoolwork time, but he does work hard when he puts his mind on the task at hand--except when he's lazy or distracted. Although he isn't the smartest person around, but he is clever at devising plans, having good ideas and using resources, like his powers, Fenton equipment, and friends with different talents. He almost rarely gets extremely mad or emotional, only taking important matters personally like his archenemies Vlad and Dark Danny. He loves making puns and exchanging witty banter during his fights, and while there are moments when he under-appreciates his friends, he's thankful to have them.

Danny has also shown distress when it comes to failure in himself to protect others. Examples of this include the deaths of his family and friends inadvertently causing him to turn evil , the moment when he believed that he had failed to protect Dani from Vlad, and the brief time when he gave up his powers after Masters' Blasters upstaged and humiliated him into thinking himself obsolete and useless.

Despite all this, as a young teenager, he occasionally displays selfish, lazy, immature, and moody traits on occasion. In “Attack of the Killer Garage Sale” he ditches his friends to go to a party with the popular kids. In “ Livin' Large ” he lets his wealth get to his head to the point of ditching school to play video games and even replaces his friends with robot replicas. Early in the first season he had an immature envy towards Jazz and was always rude to her (School Spirit). He was very moody in “The Fright Before Christmas” due to his hatred of the holiday and expressed delight over (accidentally) destroying the ghostwriter's recently finished Christmas story. He also displayed slightly chauvinistic traits such as thinking girls can’t keep secrets (Lucky in Love), took advantage of his position as judge of a Beauty Pageant (Beauty Marked) and initially thought Sam couldn’t/didn’t play video games due to being a girl (Teacher of the Year). It was also revealed in “Memory Blank” that he used his powers to sneak into the girls' locker room at least twice. However, in most of these instances he learns from his mistakes and matures.

He is often described as “clueless” for being oblivious to Sam’s feelings for him. In the first season, at least, Danny had a nervousness towards pretty girls, accidentally phasing his own pants off when trying to talk to Paulina. At the same time he can be weak towards overly clingy or intrusive women. He begged Johnny to take back Kitty in “Lucky in Love” after finding her suffocating and even tried to hide from her once. He also tried hiding from his sister Jazz when she went overboard in trying to help him catch ghosts and accidentally sucked him into a thermos a few times.

Ultimately, Danny shows the traits of being a true friend. In the episode "Control Freaks," Danny is put under the control of Freakshow. While on the moving train, Sam tells Danny that his choices are either for his friends or for Freakshow. When she falls over the edge of the train into a ravine, Danny remembers Sam is his real friend. And, despite being mind controlled, chooses to save his real friend and destroys the crystal ball.

Relationships [ ]

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Danny and Sam's Relationship Timeline 🖤👻 Danny Phantom

Sam has been one of Danny's best friends ever since the second grade and was one of the first two people Danny trusted with his secret. Danny's friendship with Sam is not always as strong as his friendship with Tucker due to their mutual stubbornness, but he values her friendship just as much as he values Tucker's. Their relationship was built over years, and eventually turned into romance by the end of the season.

Sam always had a secret crush on Danny. But Danny, at first, showed romantic feelings exclusively toward Paulina , which made Sam extremely jealous. [15] But; by " Phantom Planet ", Danny had rejected Paulina and confessed his feelings for Sam, as he and Sam had become an official couple.

The first of their

Tucker Foley [ ]

Tucker is Danny's best friend, as the two have many things in common, and was one of the first two people Danny trusted with his secret. Danny often takes Tucker's side when Tucker and Sam disagree, and rarely disagrees with Tucker. Tucker is the technology expert of the three, so Danny and Sam often rely on his expertise to help them hunt ghosts. The two get along greatly, partly because they are both boys. But also, because they share very similar interests.

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Jazz Fenton [ ]

When Danny was younger, he and his big sister Jazz were quite close, but as they grew older, they became more at odds with each other. Jazz's behavior is intelligent in a sometimes-snobbish manner, which annoys Danny despite Jazz's concern for her little brother. In " My Brother's Keeper ", Jazz learned Danny's secret and, unbeknownst to Danny, helped cover for him when he needed to go ghost. She planned not to tell Danny until Danny was ready to tell her, which occurred in " The Ultimate Enemy ". The two have since formed a much tighter bond. Despite having a more strained and distant relationship at the beginning of the series, the two clearly still love each other. Jazz always looks after Danny, and he refuses to let Jazz down and promises to always keep her safe.

Jazz tries to understand Danny

Jack and Maddie Fenton [ ]

Danny sometimes feels at odds with his parents, especially due to their desire to hunt ghosts. At an earlier age, Danny connected greatly with his mother, but they grew apart over time. While it seems, he doesn't always feel safe with his parents (as they have on multiple occasions expressed intention to tear Danny Phantom apart molecule by molecule), he shows love and concern for them as much as they do in return. On both occasions where Danny's parents found out that he's Danny Phantom, they instantly accepted him for it.

Danny and Jack bonding

Paulina [ ]

At the beginning of the series, Danny had a massive crush on Paulina, even going so far as to set his computer password to "Paulina Fenton". Danny was too awkward and shy to ask her out, and the one time he worked up enough courage, his intangibility activated and caused his pants to fall down, embarrassing Danny in front of everyone and discouraging him from talking to her again. After he, as Danny Phantom (then still known by the public as "Inviso-Bill"), saved her life, Paulina developed a huge crush on Danny Phantom; but she continued to completely ignore and reject Danny Fenton, frustrating Danny to no end. Paulina once kissed Danny after his secret was exposed and she helped him for keeping the people safe but went back to her usual behavior after he erased her memory.

But as the series progressed, Danny's feelings for Paulina faded, being replaced; by Valerie and eventually Sam. By the end of the series, his secret is once again exposed; but she keeps her memory.

Paulina has a crush on Danny Phantom aka Invis-o Bill.

Valerie Gray [ ]

When Danny and Valerie had first met, his opinion of her was anything but kind, as he wasn't a fan of her egotistical and angry attitude, nor of the fact that; she wanted to hunt his ghost-self down. [16] [17] But as Danny Phantom and Valerie were often forced to work together against their mutual foes, Danny began to see things from Valerie's perspective and gradually warmed up to her, even going so far as to briefly express romantic feelings toward her. In " Phantom Planet ", Valerie was among the crowd cheering for Danny; after he revealed his identity to the world.

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Mr. Lancer [ ]

Mr. Lancer was Danny's least favorite teacher, as Mr. Lancer often favored the popular kids and gave him and his friends detention and bad grades. However, Danny and Mr. Lancer have warmed up to each other and Mr. Lancer now acts as a mentor who has Danny's feelings at heart and Danny Phantom still protects Mr. Lancer from ghosts and injury, even if he does let a few things slip sometimes as payback.

Lancer gives Danny a belt.

Dash Baxter [ ]

Dash openly despises Danny Fenton as he treats him cruelly and takes any chance he can to humiliate him. For unknown reasons, his bullying of Fenton originally started at the start of the series.

Dash bullies Danny Fenton.

Vlad Masters [ ]

At first, Vlad was Danny's enemy only because he was jealous of Danny's father Jack , whom he felt had stolen Maddie from him in college. Vlad wanted to take Maddie back, and even went so far as to offer to bring up Danny as his own son and train him in using his ghost powers (since Vlad Masters is also half ghost noticeably his transformation rings are black). [18] However, by " Eye for an Eye ", Danny and Vlad had become more antagonistic toward each other, with Vlad's motive inexplicably changing from wanting revenge on Jack to wanting to rule the world and destroy Danny.

It's only in the alternate future explored in " The Ultimate Enemy " does Danny treat Vlad as anything other than an arch-nemesis. Danny states that everyone might just need a second chance to make things right, and gives Vlad the chance to redeem himself.

The antagonism between Danny and Vlad

Dani Fenton/Dani Phantom [ ]

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Danny and Dani team up

Danny and Dani were on opposing sides until Dani realized that her creator, Vlad, was only using her, at which point she defected and became an ally of Danny. Despite only knowing each other for a short time, they developed a close sibling-like bond, always trusting and protecting each other.

She later reappeared seeking a cure for her instability, which Danny immediately decided to help with. Danny saved her from Vlad with help from Valerie Gray and they were able to find the cure with Dani beating Vlad after she was saved. With her now safe, Danny angrily threatened Vlad to never interfere with Dani's life again, showing a protective and responsible side similar to Jazz's interactions with Danny. Afterwards, Dani thanked Danny for his help and they shared a hug until Dani parts ways with him again, intending to do her own good in the world.

Dani later helped Danny and the others ghosts by turning the Earth intangible to save it from the Disasteroid . Butch Hartman later revealed, that sometime after this, Dani ended up being adopted into the Fenton household, officially making them brother and sister. This implies that the two have developed an even closer and loving bond.

Dark Danny [ ]

Danny defiant against his evil counterpart.

Dark Danny (aka Dan Phantom) is an amalgam of Danny's and Vlad's ghost-forms from an alternate timeline, and the biggest threat and evilest foe Danny has ever faced. Danny is at odds with his other enemies, including the Fright Knight or Pariah Dark even his archenemy Vlad, but Dark Danny is a whole other story with his evil future self being his most feared enemy. Even after his defeat Dark Danny is still notorious for being the most evil, sadistic, destructive, intelligent, and dangerous foe Danny has ever faced (more than Vlad Plasmius, Fright Knight, and Pariah Dark).

Dark Danny is a very powerful and dangerous ghost. Dark Danny was disgusted towards the person he once was, viewing his younger self as pathetically weak and only forcing himself to keep his younger self alive to ensure his own existence. Not too surprisingly, Danny was disgusted by his counterpart's evil deeds and wanted to defeat him. Danny surprised his counterpart by using the Ghostly Wail against him before locking him away in the Fenton Thermos , which now resides within Clockwork 's domain.

Due to this, the events that led Danny to become him were averted. However, because of this, Dark Danny now exists outside of time and no longer requires his younger counterpart to survive in order to continue his own existence. Danny and Dark Danny have not encountered each other since Dark Danny's imprisonment in Clockwork's lair.

Danny's battle with his future-self had a profound impact on him. After Danny learned from the future Vlad of how his own selfishness and misuse of his powers caused Dan's creation and the horrible future he created, Danny swore to use them more responsibly. It also made him a bit more wary of his powers and possess a secret fear of them one day harming his loved ones, as seen during the series finale. Thus Danny strives to never become like the evil he was originally meant to be.

Skulker [ ]

The hunter ghost Skulker has proven to be Danny's most persistent enemy. Skulker has often tried to hunt and capture Danny due to Danny's unique status as a half-ghost. Despite this, Skulker is usually the first ghost Danny seeks aid from if he needs allies in the Ghost Zone. The ghost hunter is usually reluctant, but ultimately accepting towards such temporary alliances (if only due to the serious consequences that could occur if he declined).

S02e11 Danny confronts Skulker in GZ

Powers and Abilities [ ]

Human-Ghost Physiology : Danny possesses a variety of supernatural powers and abilities due to his unique physiology. The powers and abilities that Danny and his future self possess; although the former has comparatively lower intensity of these powers due to being young. However, as the series progresses, Danny becomes more powerful and stronger even gaining several powers his archenemy Vlad never got such as the Ghostly Wail and Cryokinesis which are shown to be very effective against Vlad. Some of his strengths (augmented by his ghost powers) are given below:

  • Supernatural Strength : Danny possesses superhuman strength in his ghost form, although it is somewhat significantly lower as compared to Vlad (whose assumed strength level is between 40-50 tons) or his evil future self. In ghost form, he is strong enough to carry both Sam and Tucker with relative ease and hurl large objects at enemies easily. He is also strong enough to rip through reinforced titanium and can easily lift and throw hordes of enemy ghosts. In " Secret Weapons " he managed to intercept a punch from Jazz while she was using the Ecto-Skeleton (which amplifies the strength of the user 100 times). In addition, gravity does not affect Danny's ghost body, so he can lift heavy objects with ease. [19] Danny has been shown to be able to lift a school bus (which weighs 12-15 tons) with ease. He has also displayed enough strength to punch a giant ghost dragon across an area as well as knock it down and hurl it in mid air (although the latter required effort).
  • Supernatural Durability : Danny is more resistant to injuries or damage than an ordinary human or ghost. He can withstand a variety of great impacts without taking much damage, such energy blasts, oil truck explosions, and multi-story buildings crumbling down or being hurled by enemies, although sometimes he gets slightly bruised as a result of the impact. While human, Danny can withstand many hits and blows that would cause injury to any normal teenager. In his ghost form, his body is incredibly resistant to damage and has demonstrated a high threshold for pain. With the Ecto-Skeleton, Danny could withstand hits from Pariah Dark, and even a massive pile-on of ghosts.
  • Supernatural Agility : In his ghost form, Danny's agility, balance, and bodily coordination are enhanced to levels beyond those of a normal human being. He can effectively dodge attacks, swing from things easily, and perform acrobatic feats such as backflips. Danny is far more agile, due to his young age and somewhat short stature. He is able to stretch freely to dodge various projectiles such as swing blades, bullets or arrows.
  • Supernatural Flexibility : Danny's flexability are pushed beyond the natural level; making him far more flexible than humans . Due to his ability to manipulate his body he is able to bend and twist his far beyond the normal limits of human physiology.
  • Supernatural Speed : According to Tucker Foley in " Maternal Instinct ", Danny can fly at 112 miles per hour. By "Phantom Planet", he is able to fly even faster, as evidenced by the speed at which he circles the world.
  • Supernatural Reflexes : In ghost form, Danny has dramatically enhanced reflexes, being able to dodge attacks with ease. One of his best displays of reflexes and agility is when he dodges the pendulums traps inside Pariah Dark castle, in the episode Fright Night. In " Beauty Marked ", he was able to catch an arrow shot at him with his bare hands.
  • Supernatural Stamina : While human, Danny has the same level of stamina as a normal teenager, but in ghost form, he can exert himself at peak capacity for hours before fatigue begins to impair him. In " Reality Trip ", he was able to keep the Fenton Jet invisible for an entire night.
  • Supernatural Endurance : Like all ghosts and half-ghost, Danny can endure attacks and pain far beyond what humans can handle. In Flirting with Disaster, Danny was shown to endure being shot by Valerie in her new suit and still use his Ghost Stinger .
  • Supernatural Equilibrium/Balance : Probably due to his flight and agility, he has the ability to achieve a state of perfect equilibrium in any position imaginable. He seemed able to adjust his position almost by instinct, which enables him to balance himself on a scythe, balanced on a rope at great high, and perfectly walk on a wall like if it's the floor. He was also able to use this to balance himself and a bus that he was carrying from behind.
  • Reconstitution (briefly) : In one instance , he completely reconstructed his body after Freakshow reduced him to a puddle of goo. Danny uses this power after Freakshow turned him into jelly and he was smashed apart by a rollercoaster cart. Possibly an aspect of his spectral body manipulation ability, he may be able to reform if similarly damaged in ghost form or could have also just been caused by Freakshow so that he could torture Danny more.
  • Paranormal Immunity : As a half-ghost, Danny's unique physiology makes him have a higher or totally immune/resistance to many/several types of supernatural attacks/effects from ghost powers that affect humans, such as Ember's music and Spectra's ghost illness, due to his powers, but if the power/attack is enhanced, this ability is rendered useless. Examples of powers affecting him are Desiree's reality warping abilities, Ember's amplified powers, and presumably Kitty's banishing kiss, thus rendering this ability useless. Examples of this ability that rendered him immune were when Ember's hypnotic music/love spell could not affect him until she got more powerful in " Fanning the Flames ", he was immune to Spectra's ghost illness in " Doctor's Disorders ", and even Medusa 's stone stare as he directly looks at Medusa and didn't instantly turn to stone in " Boxed Up Fury ". In " Frightmare ", Danny was put to sleep by Nocturn, but he was able to wake up on his own without the need to be overshadowed. He may also be immune to some earth diseases except for the common cold.

Ghost Powers [ ]

  • Eye/Semi-Transformation (Ghost Form's Eyes in Human Form): Danny has occasionally, when feeling greatly angered or annoyed, making his blue eyes glow green in human form (most likely against his will although he once did it willingly when conceiving a devilish idea in " Parental Bonding "). Danny can transform any part of his body into ghost-mode while the rest stays human. This is evident when he makes his chin intangible to stop Dash from hitting him. ("Reign Storm").
  • Transformation Shock / Aural Projection : He calls for a massive amount of spectral energy, sending out a wave of white light that repels any nearby enemy ghosts, sending them flying away from him. He first used this ability in " My Brother's Keeper ," forcing Spectra to release her grip on him. It takes the shape of his transformation rings but does not transform him. This may be an outward manifestation of his feelings. Danny can release any clutches from his enemy. However, this ability does not seem to always work. It was revealed that he cannot release himself from the rope that was formed by Ecto-Energy Constructions in " The Ultimate Enemy ".
  • Intangibility : Danny can turn his body intangible to pass through walls or other solid matter. This power was the hardest for Danny to control at first, often activating at embarrassing times such as causing his pants to fall down while he was asking a girl out. He can turn just a portion of his body intangible as well, and he can also turn other people or objects intangible when in contact with them. Humans may experience a slight tingling sensation when turned intangible.​​​​​​ as when he phases his dad in Million Dollar Ghost Jack's stomach felt funny. Danny one retrieves his spork from inside of his stomach by using his intangibility.
  • Invisibility : Danny can make his body invisible to both humans and ghosts, Danny cannot be seen by human eyes or scanning devices. It is quite common for Danny to make only a part of his body invisible. Danny can make other people and objects invisible to him provided that he is in physical contact with them.
  • Wall Walking : Twice Danny has walked on walls by manipulating his center of gravity to walk and run up and down uneven and vertical surfaces as though they were horizontal. This either because of his ability to fly by defy gravity or of some unexplored ability to adhere/combine/interact to/with the molecular structure of the surface of walls.
  • Back Slide : This allows him to zip along a surface in one direction without moving his legs. He saw a possessed Paulina to perform this ability in Public Enemies; he first used this ability in Lucky in Love.
  • Interstellar Travel : In Flirting With Disaster , Danny used the X-23 Booster Rocket to launch himself into space to stop Technus. In Phantom Planet, while battling Vlad in space for the In-fi Map it revealed he can fly through space even without the Booster rocket.
  • Repulsion Field : A unique power that only Danny possesses, he can send out a pulse of energy in all directions from his body to repel large groups of attackers. Danny uses this power every time he is surrounded by too many enemies at once. This is one of the many powers he has developed that Vlad hasn't.
  • Energy Strike : Danny can channel ecto-energy through his fists to enhance the strength of his physical attacks. He only did this when he fought Tucker Phantom . He can also concentrate his natural ecto-energy in his hands, which allows him to cut through objects as hard as steel like he does when fighting Undergrowth and Nocturn.
  • Power Absorption : Danny can absorb an opponent's powers in order to increase his own ghost powers. Through his ghost shield, he absorbed Vortex's powers to control the weather, but it was linked to his emotions. This power was only given to him briefly. Since then, Danny has not been seen absorbing any other form of power from another ghost. It is possible that Danny may have some sort-of ability that allows him to absorb ecto-energy that is entirely foreign to him and utilize it himself, as he did with Freakshow (but with the Reality Gauntlet), though Vlad stated it was through his ghost shield.
  • Power Augmentation : Danny can use his ecto-energy to increase his physical strength. When holding back the Fright Knight's sword with his hands, he was able to garner enough strength to fling the knight over his shoulder. When he does this, his aura (which is white or green) starts glowing brighter. He also used this power when he was trapped in an ectoplasmic goo web in the episode " Doctor's Disorders ". In " Reality Trip ", he used this ability to escape the web Freakshow's drum-spider fired at him. In "Torrent of Terror", he used this power to escape Vortex's snowball.
  • Ghost Stinger : An attack that utilizes ecto-energy in an electric form. This was first used in " Public Enemies ", where Danny uses it to free Wulf from Bullet's weapon and defeating Bullet and in “ Flirting with Disaster ” to knock out Valerie. Danny can send ecto-energy as electricity through an electric current, negating his enemies' electric attacks and sending them back at the attacker. [14] It is possible that he actually redirects or manipulates the electricity with his hands since he has only used it when his enemy uses an electric attack. So, this may imply that he actually redirects the electricity with his hands. Danny's ghost stinger seemed to be strong enough to make Bullet evaporate but it assuming that lateral teleported away instead.
  • Photokinesis : Danny can project light from his hand using ecto-energy when he and Dash Baxter go into a dark mouse hole in the wall of Fenton Works in " Micro-Management ". In "Double Cross My Heart", he created a Flashing ecto-energy ball that explodes in front of The Guys in White, releasing a great amount of light in order to distract and blind his enemies. In " Urban Jungle ", Danny generates light with his hand when he goes into the dark Fenton Works' lab. In " Claw of the Wild ", Danny generates light with his hand when he, Sam , and Tucker go out into the woods at night to look for Nathan . He uses this power again later before he is confronted by Walker's goons .
  • Ghostly Wail : Danny's most powerful ability is to generate an extremely powerful sonic blast of pure ecto-energy from his mouth that can destroy buildings and cause severe damage to both humans and ghosts alike and finish ghost who are too weak to withstand it. It is also effective against multiple targets, or against a very powerful enemy, and almost nothing can withstand this attack. It appeared to finish off all of his enemies in " The Ultimate Enemy ". While he is capable of defeating almost any foe with this power, he only uses it as a last resort because it drains his energy extremely quickly, often forcing him to revert to his powerless human form after just one use. Although, he seems to have become powerful enough to overcome this in " Phantom Planet ", though he was in the Ghost Zone at the time so he may have just been more powerful as a result then. After Danny uses his ghostly wail for the first time, his hair only changes back (though this may have been because of the Time Medallion or because it was his first time using it, so it was not as powerful and didn't drain him as much, therefore causing him to only partially revert back).
  • Ghost Sense : When Danny is near other ghosts, a blue mist comes out of his mouth and a chill goes down his spine. In "Urban Jungle," it was revealed that this was a manifestation of his then-untapped potential to use cryokinesis. This ability is also Danny's very first ghost power he received in the series. It's not clear whether Danny is also able to detect half-ghosts; it worked to detect Tucker Phantom, but not for Dani or Vlad in either human or ghost forms.
  • Explosive Snowball : Danny can combine his ghost rays with cryokinesis to launch an explosive ecto-charged snowball. He used this move to finish off Undergrowth in " Urban Jungle ".
  • Pyrokinesis : Danny can generate and throw balls of ectoplasmic fire. [21] Danny is able to manipulate his ghost rays to have several effects as his ghost rays made things hot with it's melting abilities as in " Reign Storm " his ghost rays melted Dash's shoes without knocking him over and in " The Fright Before Christmas ", Danny's ghost rays melted the pieces of paper of the Ghost Writer book.
  • Aerokinesis (possibly): In Identity Crisis , when Danny split himself into Super Danny and Fun Danny, Super Danny's hair and cape constantly wave as if there was the wind, even when there's no wind at all. It is possible Super Danny was manipulating the wind; or it could have simply been shown this way for comedic effect.
  • Telekinesis : Danny can surround objects with his ecto-energy to make them move from a distance. Inexplicably, Danny has only been seen using this power once, to give a rake to the Box Ghost , [22] and it is never seen nor mentioned outside of its one appearance. However, he did a semi-effect of telekinesis in " Prisoners of Love " when he used it with his ghost rays to clean up the lab, then in " Maternal Instinct " when he uses intangibility to sink Tucker into the ground without having to physically touch Tucker, and then in " Phantom Planet " with the other ghosts to turn the whole world intangible. In " The Fright Before Christmas ", while under the Ghost Writer 's reality warping powers he unconsciously took all the presents (which all glowed with a white aura, glowing brighter). Later in the same episode, he also used this power to fix the damaged gifts while Desiree uses her power to fix the damaged trees.
  • Time Travel : While wearing a time medallion, Danny can move through time and space into the past or future.
  • Chronolock : While wearing a time medallion, Danny is unaffected by changes in time, including those caused by Clockwork's powers.
  • The Void : He can pull all light into himself while reversing his ectoplasmic energy, causing ultimate darkness to fill the room. He would be the only one who could see in this darkness. [23]
  • X-Ray Vision (limited to self) : In " Memory Blank ", after Danny became half-ghost again, he was able to see his own bones after coming out of the Fenton Portal.
  • Weather Control (briefly) : After Danny's first fight with Vortex in " Torrent of Terror ", he gained some of Vortex's power, allowing him to control the weather. This power was linked to Danny's emotional state, with him creating calm weather when he was calm or stormy weather when he was angry with effects like strong air/wind , rain, snow, hail, lightning , fog and temperature changes ( ice and heat ). Although his powers were on a smaller range and seemed to end just outside Amity Park. He caused great problems, as described by Vlad: "Your anger could cause cyclones, your sadness monsoons." When he had them, he caused a spike in the heat so strong that it set off the sprinklers of the building he was in, make tornadoes, electric storms, and massive hurricane winds while angry, a tropical rain while sad, and make it sunny while happy. Danny lost this power during his second fight with Vortex.
  • Voice Manipulation : When Danny is overshadowing someone, he can disguise his voice. He used this only once, when he intimidated Dash and overshadowed him. On all other times when Danny overshadowed someone, the subject's voice didn't change; it is not confirmed whether this happened in-universe or was simply so that the audience knew it was still Danny. Like other users of this power, Danny can be marked by an effect, such as having the victims' eyes glow green, as his does in ghost form.
  • Software Fusion : With the Fenton Helmet , Danny can introduce himself into computer software and overshadow his video game avatar to use his ghost powers in video games and combine his avatar's powers with his ghost powers. He can also change the appearance of his avatar. It is possible that he has the potential to use technopathy , as Dark Danny managed to hijack Future Valerie 's communicator even though she was inside a ghost shield, and he was outside of it. This could have also been an extension of Danny's overshadowing power, or it may have been a new power that he gained through the use of the Fenton Helmet.
  • Exorcism : Danny can separate a possessed person from a ghost overshadowing them simply by grabbing them with his hand or using a ghost ray. He separated Paulina using a ghost ray; he can do this by overshadowing the person, although he didn't use it with Tucker due to his power.
  • Dream Invasion : Danny can overshadow a sleeping subject in order to get inside and influence his or her dreams.​​​​​ He used this power to wake up his hypnotized friends in " Frightmare ".
  • Fusion : When his ghost half is separated from his human half, Danny's ghost half can remerge with his human half by overshadowing to become one again. When this power is activated it allows him to simultaneously merge with another ghost at once, giving him access to their powers . To activate this, Danny must overshadow the ghost whom he wishes to combine with. Fusing with another ghost requires Danny to have the physical and mental resilience to handle the strain. It also comes with great risk, as the other ghost user could potentially overwhelm him. This was how Dark Danny was created when he attempts this ability on Vlad's ghost half in " The Ultimate Enemy ". In " Identity Crisis ", Super Danny attempted to fuse with Fun Danny, but it failed, and he ended up overshadowing him instead.
  • Power Granting : Whenever Danny overshadows a person or possibly another ghost, he can give the victim his ghost powers, as he did with Valerie in " Life Lessons " allowing her to fly out of the Ghost Zone. He also did this to a dream world Dash Baxter in " Frightmare " allowing him to become Dash Phantom, but this was likely in a dream.
  • Duplication : Danny can create duplicates of himself that all have his ghost powers and can fight alongside him. After seeing Vlad use this power during their first encounter, Danny spends much of the series trying to learn to use it himself, but he manages to create just extra limbs. He had managed to properly use it in the episode " Beauty Marked " when he easily split himself in two (though just for a second) while fighting the Executioner Ghost and finally mastering it unaided in " Torrent of Terror ". If his clones are hit together with enough force, they merge back into each other. This possibly means that even then, he cannot properly hold it, showing he has yet to master this power, though he did pull it off with the Ecto-Skeleton. By his college years , Danny appears to have mastered this power.
  • Elasticity: Danny has the ability to stretch certain or all parts of his body in an elastic fashion. He used this when he was battling Freakshow in Reality Trip.
  • Size Alteration : One of Danny's clones were able to alter their size, indicating Danny might also possess this ability.
  • Ghost Tail : His lower body will turn into a tail of intangible matter when flying. He has been able to do this since he first learned how to fly, though it seems to largely be an unconscious action.
  • Vacuum Resistance : Twice, Danny was in outer space without an astronaut/spacesuit and was unaffected by the vacuum, stardust, or cosmic radiation, though he still wore a helmet. [9] [24] It assuming Danny doesn't have the ability of self-sustenance (unlike Vlad). But Danny might have possibly worn a space helmet in case he was ever reverted back to human form, so it possible he may be able to self-sustain to breathe in space or just wore it to make himself look like an astronaut.
  • Underwater Breathing : Twice, Danny has been seen breathing and talking underwater. [25] [26] It is possible that he does not need to breathe at all while in ghost form.

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Abilities [ ]

  • The first time Danny used a ghost shield was only hours after seeing Vlad use one, without any training on Danny's part. [18]
  • In " One of a Kind ", Danny quickly learned Sampson's body language.
  • In " Lucky in Love ", Danny learned to zip along a surface in one direction without moving his legs. He saw a possessed Paulina perform this ability in Public Enemies.
  • In " Teacher of the Year ", Danny got an "A-" on his literature test with just one night of study.
  • In " The Ultimate Enemy ", Danny learned Dark Danny's Ghostly Wail after only seeing it once.
  • In " Kindred Spirits ", Danny had expelled one of his clones out of his own body but it took a while. He may have learned this after Tucker Phantom expelled him out of his body.
  • In " Urban Jungle ", Danny learned to use his Cryokinesis in just one day, with training from Frostbite.
  • Mind Control Resistance/Overshadowing Immunity : Danny managed to break out of Freakshow's mind control to save Sam. After being freed he knew immediately that he done some very bad things. Danny was also able to resist being overshadowed to go ghost when one of his clones overshadowed him. He may inherit this from his father who is able to resist being overshadowed when doing things against his will and briefly immune to Undergrowth's mind control.
  • Experienced Driver & Pilot : Danny is a considerably a skilled driver for his young age. He manage to drive the Fenton Family Ghost Assault Vehicle in " Bitter Reunions " despite not having a driver license. Danny is also a skilled pilot, having much experience with the Specter Speeder as well as with spaceship simulator video games. In " Reality Trip ", he was able to save a NASA shuttle from crash-landing due to his "training" with spaceship simulators. [27]
  • Skilled Tactician/Strategist : Danny is an excellent strategist, despite his relatively young age. In "Pirate Radio," he demonstrated the ability to formulate relatively complex plans of actions to infiltrate Youngblood's pirate ship, with all his schoolmates, to save their parents from Ember and Youngblood. He is also very good at improvisation, as he often manages to think of a plan that fits with the changing needs of a situation.
  • Swordsmanship : Despite not having any formal training, Danny demonstrates some ability with a sword when fighting Vlad who had a laser sword in " Infinite Realms ". It was hinted that Danny was skilled with a sword as shown in Fright Night when Danny was about to fight an army of skeletons with the mystical broadsword the Soul Shredder . Danny even handled himself quite well against Youngblood in a sword duel, with a piece of Ember's guitar in " Pirate Radio ". He first demonstrated this in Fanning the Flames when he fought Ember with a microphone stick.
  • Marksmanship: Danny has shown to have incredible accuracy, this is normally used when he fires his ghost rays or using his parents' weapons. He once shot Medusa with his eyes close.
  • Weapons Mastery: Despite not being formally trained, Danny has some mastery in the use of high-tech gadgets, mystical, or even ordinary weapons such a sword (like katanas or broadswords), polearms (like scythes or staffs), gauntlets, etc. despite normally using his own fists. His extensive training and resourcefulness also make him very good at improvising weapons out of anything. He occasionally uses his parents' high-tech weaponry to aid him in battle and can use them with his resourcefulness, as while in his human form he used a Fenton skateboard and a Fenton rod-like device to battle Ghost Pirates before splitting the staff into two separate Kali sticks to stick-fight or an armature version of Eskrima.
  • Fenton Weaponry Expertise : Danny can operate his parents' ghost-hunting technology with great expertise, at times even better than his parents.
  • Leadership Skills : On several occasions, Danny has demonstrated remarkable skills as a natural leader and speaker. He can easily garner respect and inspire others, such as when he rallies his classmates to save their parents from Ember and Youngblood, or to stage a protest to save the Nasty Burger from Vlad.
  • Multilingual Skill : Like Sam, Danny learns how to speak Esperanto from Tucker, in case he meets with Wulf again.

Weaknesses [ ]

  • Anti-Ghost Weaponry : In ghost form, Danny is vulnerable (like all ghost) to getting hurt/injured from all anti-ghost devices, made by, including Fenton Works weapons, Vladco gadgets, and the Guys in White's weaponry. Being a half-ghost, he is immune to some in his human form, but some anti-ghost devices, such as the Specter Deflector , can affect him even while in human form. Some knock him unconscious, leading them to revert back to his human form. Others just limit his abilities or remove them. Over the course of the series, he has been de-powered by several gadgets designed to neutralize his ghost energy, such as the Spectral Energy Neutralizer and the Plasmius Maximus . Undergrowth's plants can also absorb his ghost energy, weakening his powers.
  • Overshadowing Susceptibility: Due to being half-human Danny is capable of being overshadowed by other ghostly entities, though this has rarely happened. After being overshadowed by Poindexter, the weaker ghost was able. to completely switch their bodies and powers. Danny was also partly overshadowed by a clone of himself created by Vlad. However, due to his strong will he is able to resist overshadowing (see abilities for more details).
  • Blood Blossoms : They are blood-red flowers with anti-supernatural properties. They were used in the 1600s as a primitive ghost trap. They were only shown in the episode "Infinite Realms" when Jack Fenton's ancestor used them against Danny. While in the presence of Blood Blossoms, Danny is rendered powerless and suffers extreme physical agony to the point where he can only scream in pain, long term exposure to it will result in death. Vlad, in human form, was able to stand near Blood Blossoms unharmed, so it may be possible for Danny to build a tolerance to Blood Blossoms and do so as well. Blood Blossoms possibly don't exist in the 20th century, so this weakness currently doesn't affect Danny.
  • Ecto-Ranium : Danny is extremely vulnerable to ecto-ranium, as all ghosts are. They appeared in the final episode of the series " Phantom Planet ", it is a unique anti-ghost element found in outer space, and its effects can only be felt by ghosts. When Vlad attempted to turn a meteor made entirely of it, he felt extreme pain.
  • Infrared Vision: When invisible, Danny can still be seen in infrared, as he still radiates heat.
  • Sleeping Gas: In "Doctor's Disorders", Danny was knocked out by a tank of sleeping gas. Although, it likely that the gas wasn't regular sleeping gas.
  • Crystal Ball Staff : Due to his hybrid nature, whether in human or ghost form, Danny ends up being controlled by looking at Freakshow 's Crystal Ball Staff. Even if he isn't near the Staff, he could still be controlled if the Staff is on a billboard or a screen. Following the destruction of the crystal, it no longer applies to Danny.

Equipment [ ]

See List of Fenton Works Gadgets

Danny has used an astral of his parent's Anti-ghost weapons and even a few from Vladco . Danny has also briefly used objects like the Time Medallion or even the Reality Gauntlet.

  • Fenton Specter Deflector : This is a belt that repels and weakens any ghost that comes in direct contact with the wearer. It can also be put on a half-ghost to disable their powers. Danny uses it both offensively and defensively.
  • Fenton Thermos :​​​ Danny's primary weapon is a device that traps ghosts by sucking them into it. It has the appearance of a thermos. Danny uses this device to capture ghosts in the human world and release them back to the Ghost Zone . He once used the thermos to remove Technus from his battlesuit. When the Reverse Polarity setting is set, it can also be used to close/seal ghost portals leading between Earth and the Ghost Zone and preventing any ghost monster from getting out.
  • Ecto-Skeleton : This is a mechanized battle suit that increases its wearer's abilities by 100 times. It is controlled via a neural interface which causes great strain on the wearer. When Danny used it in his ghost form, he was able to transfer his powers to the suit and used it in the final battle against Pariah Dark to defeat him once and for all. Later on, it was stolen by Vlad, who fixed its neural interface, but Danny and Jazz activated its self-destruct mechanism to destroy it and preventing Vlad from using the upgrade Ecto-Skeleton.
  • Specter Speeder : This Fenton Works vehicle is designed for travel in the Ghost Zone. It is able to convert to an amphibious mode for underwater travel, as well as fly in the air.
  • Infi-Map : Danny used the Infi-map after he stole it back from Vlad. It is unknown whether Danny kept it or gave it back to the Far Frozen .
  • Time Medallion (briefly) : Danny briefly used the medallion to be immune to Clockwork's powers. After Dark Danny fused it into him, he was unable to get it out until Vlad helps him. Clockwork later put another one on him. It unknown if Clockwork had let him keep that medallion because he was able to travel through time without it.
  • Reality Gauntlet (briefly) : Danny briefly uses the gauntlet to undo Freakshow's work, erase everyone's memories, and turned Lydia into multiple objects. While turning Freakshow in, Danny used the gauntlet to turn Freakshow human again. After he destroyed the gauntlet, so it won't fall into the wrong hands again and he no longer had any of its abilities.
  • X-23 Booster Rocket (briefly) : In " Flirting With Disaster " Danny takes the jetpack and uses it to launch himself into space in pursuit of Technus , who has taken over the Cybertron Mega Computer's processing unit. To defeat Technus, Danny overloads the jetpack's power and lets it fly straight into Technus's mouth, causing the satellite to explode. At the beginning of " Phantom Planet ", Danny wore the space helmet of the booster rocket while battling Vlad for the Infi-map in space. The helmet was originally white with green marking on it with a clear visor to see through it, and two grey tubes along the jaw. The helmet later painted grey in Phantom Planet.
  • Doomed Avatar Battlesuit (briefly) : When Technus invaded the online world of the "Doomed" video game, he took it upon himself to overshadow his game avatar, combining his superpowers with the numerous powerups of the virtual world.
  • Plasmius Maximus (briefly) : With the Plasmius Maximus, Danny is able to nullify spectral energies, completely canceling a ghost's powers. Its effects only last for three hours. Danny uses the Plasmius Maximus on Vlad, which takes away his ghost powers, and Danny sends his pets after him much like Vlad did earlier to Danny. It unknown what happens to this device afterward. But it is possible Danny keep it.

Sightings [ ]

  • Intro: " Danny Phantom Opening "
  • Every episode of Season 1
  • Every episode of Season 2
  • Every episode of Season 3

Graphic novel [ ]

Danny phantom: a glitch in time [ ], crossovers [ ].

  • The Fairly Odd Phantom

YouTube-based content [ ]

The college years [ ].

Danny in college - Duplication

Danny's outfit has changed a bit, to fit with both his age and fashion trends at the time. He still wears his t-shirt, but now wears a hoodie on top of it. The hoodie has the same style and red icon in the middle of it.

Danny in college - reporters

Paparazzi chasing Danny

After the world learned that Danny Fenton is Danny Phantom, he became a worldwide celebrity. He's chased by fans, paparazzi trying to get pictures and reporters publicizing his every move. Danny is forced into the life of a rock star, but he doesn't want to live like that. He no longer has any privacy in his life, and he struggles to maintain any normalcy in his life.

Ghost Zone Apartment

Danny's Lair in the Ghost Zone

At some point, either during or after attending college, Danny moves into his own lair in the Ghost Zone. A simple loft that he uses to get away from the overwhelming human realm, where he and Sam can finally have some peace and quiet. At some point, he might even move into his Ghost Zone apartment.

College - Fans

Swarmed by fans.

Not only does the fame affect his day-to-day life, but it has long term consequences. He has trouble connecting to people, partially due to the fact that the people he tries to interact with are swarms of fans, critics, reporters, etc. Hartman mused that he might become similar to Dr. Manhattan from Watchmen. This analogy is reinforced in the fact that Danny takes up residence far away from humanity, in his loft in the Ghost Zone.

This inability to connect to people pushes him to want to live a more solitary life. This becomes a major problem for Danny in trying to maintain a balance between his human half and his ghost half. His human half wants to be with people, but (as mentioned above) he cannot connect anymore. His ghost half wants to be alone, and as it starts taking over more and more, Danny leans towards being alone more. A future story arc could center around Danny trying to maintain his humanity and keep his ghost side from fully taking over.

10 Years Later [ ]

Alt costume design

The first iteration of Danny aged up 10 years has him in a different outfit with a thermos on his hip. The idea behind this first version is that, over the years, he has been experimenting with different and armor and so his outfit has changed along with the armor and other changes.

Danny 10 years later version 2

The inspiration for this version came from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with the drawing being a hypothetical character design if Danny was in the MCU. Captain America and Ant-Man were an inspiration for this outfit. He's 25 years old in this iteration, and his outfit is a sleeker, updated, armored version.

Danny 10 years later alt version

This version includes elements of Dark Danny as, by this time in his life, Danny has started to embrace his ghost side more and more. Two key features in this are his long hair and the belt, which is an homage to the original concept art for Danny Phantom.

Danny Phantom 10 years later

Final version

At this point in time (in the Danny Phantom universe), the Fenton Thermos became too cumbersome. The thermos has been replaced by a glove (Fenton Glove) that acts as the Fenton Thermos as well as powering his suit. This technology was used by the Masters Blasters in Phantom Planet, although their technology did not provide them with any additional energy. The green glowing throughout his suit reflects the power gained when a ghost goes into the Fenton Glove. The long hair is similar to that of Dark Danny.

A few other designs do not have any specific background; but are still part of the 10 years later concept.

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Cameos in other media [ ]

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Danny's cameo in The Fairly OddParents!

  • In the television series " The Fairly OddParents! " (also by Butch Hartman ), in the episode " Poltergeeks ," Danny Phantom can be seen on one of the TV screens in the ghost lab, in the upper-left corner, with the word "WANTED" written underneath him.

Danny in MAD

Danny's cameo in MAD

  • In the television series MAD , in the episode " Extreme Renovation: House Edition ," figures resembling Danny Phantom and Casper the Friendly Ghost can be seen floating inside Superman's new closet.
  • In an issue of the Snafu comic The Grim Tales , Danny is seen in Grimm's flashback working at Nasty Burger and once again when Clockwork brings up young Danny to Dan.
  • Danny appeared in a promo for the show Bunsen Is a Beast, also created by Butch Hartman. Also appearing in the promo are characters from another Hartman shows, Fairly OddParents and TUFF Puppy.
  • Danny appears in two videos created by Death Battle, a popular YouTube channel known for taking and analyzing characters from different franchises and having them fight to the death. In the 128th episode, Danny fought Jake Long from Disney's American Dragon: Jake Long series, and in the 83rd episode of Death Battle's spinoff series, DBX , he fought Ben Tennyson from Cartoon Network's Ben 10 series.
  • Creator Butch Hartman originally wanted to name Danny "Jackie," after the actor Jackie Chan . [28] Some other alternative first names were "Billy," "Kenny" and "Davie." [29]
  • Danny eventually did ride a motorcycle in " Livin' Large ," possibly as an homage to this original idea.
  • Danny was originally going to have a pet owl named "Spooky." However, the film Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone , which also featured a title character with a pet owl, was released right as production started, so the pet owl idea was dropped. [29]
  • Danny was originally going to have a psychic link with Sam. Hartman dropped this idea because it made the relationship between Danny and Sam seem too developed for a show that was just starting. [29]
  • Danny was originally going to have blond hair in human form. It was likely changed to black to differentiate him from Dash Baxter and to better contrast against his ghost form's white hair.
  • Creator Butch Hartman originally wanted a 14-year-old boy for the role of Danny. but he couldn't find anybody with a heroic enough voice.
  • Danny is a certificated junior astronaut. [30]
  • Like Spider-Man, he was an unpopular bullied teenager in high school; who got super-powers in a lab accident; he was first seen as a menace despite how many villains he fought; he frequently makes witty banter with most of his enemies during their battles (and sometimes outside of battles); he at first sometimes had the desire to use his powers to get revenge on bullies; and as he began to mature, he became more responsible of his duties as a superhero.
  • Danny's powers seem to be strongly connected to his feelings, especially negative emotions such as fear or rage. It was fear that triggered his ghost ray when Desiree approached him and rage that gave him his Ghostly Wail in " The Ultimate Enemy ." This could also explain why Danny's emotions were so closely connected with his Atmokinesis while he temporarily had them.

Danny's Teleportation (?)

  • It was shown several times, that Danny seemly has the ability to vanish and instantly reappear in another place nearby. [31] [27] Although unconfirmed, it is suggested that this could possibly be teleportation or his could simply be him moving while invisible, though this is atypical for the show's animation, as the audience is normally able to see him while he is invisible. Danny has used this during his battle with Tucker Phantom and reality warping Freakshow. Danny used this a third time in " Secret Weapons " when he was hiding from Jazz. Later on, Danny used this power after turning invisible to escape Jack Plasmius in " Masters of All Time ." However, it was later confirmed by Butch Hartman that Danny doesn't have teleportation and it is one of the powers his kids have.
  • The only historical quote Danny knows is, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself," from Franklin D. Roosevelt. [10]
  • According to the Guys in White , Danny Phantom is "an entity of scale 7 ectoplasmic power." This is likely a reference to Ghostbusters .
  • Danny wears a tank top at the pool; this is because he gets sunburned easily. [29]
  • Danny handwrites in cursive. [12]
  • Danny appears in the mobile game Nickelodeon Pixel Town (only available in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines). He is obtained by merging Chuckie from Rugrats and Jorgen from The Fairly OddParents in the memory center.
  • Danny also appears in the title card of every episode except "Phantom Planet," which had no characters in its title card.
  • Danny's favorite colors are red and white.
  • Danny is the only main character with superpowers.
  • Danny is the only main character with two hair and eye colors (Not counting Jack ).
  • Danny's the only member of Team Phantom to have a sibling.
  • Character Designer Stephen Silver drew his own take on what Danny would look like 10 years later.

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Recap / Danny Phantom S 1 E 9 My Brothers Keeper

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"Presented In Phantomation"

Produced 2003, aired in U.S. on 6/18/04

Production order: 9 (1-9)

It's Spirit Week at Casper High, and the keynote speaker for the upcoming centennial celebration, Jazz Fenton, is meeting with Mr. Lancer to discuss plans for the week’s events... and share her concerns about her brother Danny, who she can’t help but notice is acting very strange lately. She’s sure he needs help, but, of course, he’d never let his big sister help him; he doesn’t tell her anything anymore. What’s wrong with him lately? What’s he hiding?

Meanwhile, the subject of her anxiety is inside the school fighting a green blob of a ghost, and not having a very easy time of it. The battle’s a short one – by the time Jazz and Lancer show up, the ghost has escaped, the office is completely trashed, and Danny is beating himself up for letting him get away. (Lancer isn’t too pleased, either.)

The office (or what’s left of it), it turns out, belongs to a Dr. Penelope Spectra, a renowned teen therapist with a voice as sweet and sugary as her smile and a habit of keeping her office extremely cold (to "keep the mind icy sharp," she says). Apparently, the school’s brought her in to make sure the centennial Spirit Week is extra-spirited; so far, her and her assistant, Bertrand’s, plans to that end consist of a display of dominoes that will spell out CASPER SPIRIT when they’re knocked over and a finale with "spirit sparklers" (Lancer’s personal favorite). Spectra comes on a little too strong for Jazz, but, even so, the girl thinks talking to her might help her brother. Lancer agrees... that it would be a fitting punishment for destroying her office.

Danny shows up very unwillingly for his session later that day, furious at his sister for suggesting Lancer make this his punishment. The fact that Spectra insists on keeping her office so cold that he can see his breath does nothing to help his attitude. Spectra isn’t surprised by how he keeps complaining, as she explains Jazz told her what a baby he can be, but Danny shouldn’t care that his sister thinks he’s a loser. Danny’s shocked to hear Jazz said such things about him, but Spectra, walking behind him and putting her hands on his shoulders, tells him it doesn’t matter.

Spectra: I'm not saying you’re a loser, Danny – I think you’re a great kid. Danny: Then why do I feel so miserable?

Spectra jubilantly reminds him that "Mess is just the beginning of Mess age!" before sending him on his way, more depressed than when he came in. Once Bertrand closes the door behind him, Spectra opens her compact and looks at her reflection as she absorbs a green aura of energy that erases the lines in her face, making her look even younger. She exposits that she feeds on misery to keep herself looking young and beautiful , so teenagers make the perfect prey, and Danny in particular is a veritable feast. Bertrand decides they ought to make sure he stays that way and shapeshifts into the same ghost Danny fought earlier, then into a giant green hornet.

A brief look at Danny talking in the hallway with Sam and Tucker makes you wonder why that’s necessary. He’s still upset about what Jazz supposedly said about him. Unlike Danny, Sam doubts that she would ever say things like that, but then Jazz herself shows up, putting an end to the friends’ conversation. Jazz tries to tell Danny that she’s only trying to help and she’s been worried about him "ever since the accident," but Danny refuses to discuss it. Jazz continues to read him the Class Representative Riot Act, lecturing him on everything from hardly having any friends to his complete lack of extracurricular activities, until his ghost sense goes off. Jazz only worries even more when he suddenly runs away, yelling for her to leave him alone.

Jazz has bigger things to worry about now, though – namely, the "freakishly large hornet" flying down the hall! She hasn't even finished screaming when it flies towards her, grabs her, and licks her face. Before you can examine the implications of that any further, Danny flies in, already in ghost mode and intangible, and kicks the bug through the wall. While Jazz tries to come to grips with the fact that she's just seen not one but two real ghosts, Danny takes the fight out to the schoolyard.

Danny’s so flustered that he forgets to go intangible when the bug charges at him, which makes him feel like an idiot: "I’m not getting better at this – I’m getting worse." He manages to protect himself from the next attack with an ectoplasmic shield, but when he whips out the Fenton Thermos, the ghost has disappeared. His second loss of the day convinces Danny he really must be a loser before he flies away, unaware that Jazz is watching him.

At home later that night, Jazz can’t wait to tell Danny about the ghosts, but Danny denies he saw anything. Another attempt to talk to her brother failed, Jazz resorts to Plan B: "Mom! Dad! Can I talk to you about Danny?!" Terrified, Danny tries to stop her, but their parents have already rushed in, their mom asking if something’s wrong with Danny, and their dad asking if there’s a ghost involved. Seeing an easy out, Danny tells them about the ghost Jazz supposedly saw in school today, successfully distracting them. Jack shows them his latest invention – the Fenton Ghost Peeler, a handgun-sized weapon that, with the push of a button, envelopes the bearer in full-body armor, and then peels the ghost apart molecule by mole... er, "atom by atom." Danny happily tells them to enjoy their chat as he makes his exit, leaving Jazz groaning in defeat.

Not ready to give up, Jazz confronts Sam and Tucker the next day at school when Danny’s not around, asking them directly why her brother’s been so depressed lately. Tucker’s insistence that, as Danny’s friends, they "keep his secrets from you" seems to weaken when Jazz hands him a bill, but Sam quickly returns it and tries to assure Jazz that her brother’s fine and she should stop worrying. Cue the fire alarm going off and the sprinkler system soaking everyone and everything in the school.

No one, not even Danny, knows it was Bertrand who pulled the alarm and framed Danny for it. Lancer at first punishes him with a month’s detention, but Spectra talks him out of it, as she has something else in mind. Danny tries to object, but Lancer hands him over to Spectra again. This time, she dresses him up in the Casper High Spirit Baby costume to help him overcome his fear of being made fun of, as she knows he cares too much about what other people think... Well, she’s right, given how humiliated Danny feels when Dash and his posse come in and laugh at him, which provides her a nice meal of misery.

Danny’s not the only one feeling miserable these days. While getting ice cream at Elmore’s Pharmacy that night, various students share the horrible things Dr. Spectra’s taught them about themselves:

Valerie: Spectra says I worry too much about material possessions. Kwan: At least you’ll have them – Spectra says I’m gonna wind up old, broke, and alone.

Tucker tries to cheer Danny up by showing him some funny pictures he took of him in that baby suit, but Danny snaps at him for taking them... and then feels guilty for getting mad at him. He doesn’t understand what’s happening to him these days, why he’s been feeling worse and worse ever since he started talking to Spectra. The trio are interrupted by Jazz (again) and by Danny’s ghost sense (again). Danny sees the ghost (Bertrand in his amorphous form) sneak up behind Paulina, now obsessed with making herself look perfect thanks to Spectra telling her how important beauty is, doing her makeup. Needing to get away from Jazz, he yells about his friends taking her side to give himself an excuse to leave and runs out the back exit. Jazz runs after him, and Sam and Tucker run after her , but they’re too late. Jazz opens the back door and finds her brother hiding in the alley... transforming into the same ghost she saw earlier! Oblivious to what’s just happened, Danny flies off as Jazz gasps in shock and Sam and Tucker panic.

Jazz frantically asks Sam and Tucker if they saw what she saw. Tucker stammers about how it’s not what she thinks, before Sam silences him with an ice cream cone in his mouth and laughs it off as Jazz seeing things just like her parents – of course they all know ghosts aren’t real! Jazz realizes that they already know and, of course, wouldn’t tell her the truth in a million years. She plays along, declaring her parents’ insanity must be rubbing off on her, and runs off to work on her Spirit Week speech. Tucker and Sam buy it, sighing in relief at how they dodged that bullet. (No doubt they’ll be engaging in some serious Face Palming next season.)

Back inside, Danny kicks Bertrand away from Paulina and the cashier, only to get backhanded across the room. He dodges a bunch of energy blasts without fighting back as the rest of the customers run for their lives and display after display gets totaled. His disappointed opponent observes he’s not very good at this before shapeshifting into a cougar. Once again, Danny doesn’t fight back or even try to turn intangible but just backs away until he’s up against the wall.

Tucker shouts for the ghost to get away from him, causing him to turn his attention to the two humans. Danny finally finds the will to fight, telling him to leave his friends alone, and tackles him away from them. The two combatants land with Bertrand on top of Danny, taunting the "loser ghost" about his "baby helpers." Danny snaps when he hears himself called a loser again, kicks the ghost off of him, rises up, and fires a huge energy blast that causes even more damage to the store but none to his target. Satisfied with the mayhem he’s caused for today, Bertrand reverts back to his default form and floats away, leaving Tucker to hope the place is insured and Danny to berate himself for his latest failure. A wide-eyed Jazz watches him fly away in despair – at last, she understands.

That night, as he plays with a plate of food he’s not eating, Danny wonders why his sister’s looking at him so weird, and what she’s up to when she randomly reaches out and touches his arm. Jazz nervously admits that she’s been hard on him lately but hopes he still knows she thinks he’s great. Actually, Danny heard just the opposite. Jazz tells him he’s wrong, and apologizes for coming off as a pushy, Know-Nothing Know-It-All jerk. She reminds him that she’s his sister, and she’ll always care about him and be there for him, and she just wants him to know he can talk to her about anything, no matter what.

Danny actually seems touched by her speech and, after a brief pause, starts to say, "Um..." when they’re suddenly interrupted by explosions from the living room. It’s just their parents trying out the Fenton Ghost Peeler again, which Jack is still eager to try on a real ghost, although Maddie warns him they can’t completely vaporize it if they want to examine the remains. The sight makes Danny decide he’d rather not talk about his secret with anyone in his family, but instead of pushing him, Jazz just smiles and says, "Yeah... I’d imagine not," accepting his wish to keep this to himself. She gives her brother a quick kiss on the head and leaves him be. Although he finds that as "Gross!" as any little brother, Danny smiles at the gesture, too. Things are definitely looking better for the Fenton siblings.

If only the same could be said for Casper High, where things have gone from bad to worse, emotional state-wise. The next day, the entire student body is depressed and listless. So much for a peppy Spirit Week. The only kids in the school who still have some degree of happiness in them are Jazz, Sam, and Tucker, which is odd since, as Tucker points out, they’re the only ones who haven’t had a session with the great Dr. Spectra. Something finally clicks for Danny, and he looks at Tucker’s digital photos from yesterday, where his icy cold breath is clearly visible. Even when Spectra sent him out into the hallway in that costume, he was still so cold around her that he could see his breath. He now realizes that it couldn’t have been from the cold temperatures in her office – what if it was his ghost sense all along, meaning that Spectra is actually a ghost? "Only one way to find out," Sam concludes.

After a thoroughly depressed Sam and Tucker leave Spectra’s office, an invisible Danny flies inside and watches Spectra absorb their misery and grow younger. Hypothesis confirmed. Bertrand arrives next and informs his boss that everything’s set-up: the domino display is rigged to trigger the spirit sparklers, which are set to incinerate the speaker, which will be so terribly painful for the audience to witness that the anguish will keep them looking young forever! The two partners eagerly float away to put their Evil Plan into action, while a horrified Danny struggles with the knowledge that they’re planning to kill his sister.

As the assembly begins, Danny catches up with them in the hallway, revealing that he’s onto them. He knows Spectra feeds on misery, so she finds every kid’s greatest weakness or greatest fear and stirs it up until misery is all they can feel. She’s done it to every student, just like she did with him! Spectra applauds his discovery: "Very good... but I fear you’ve missed a few details!" With that, she transforms into her true form: a completely black, demonic-looking creature with glowing red eyes , surrounded by green and purple smoke. While Danny’s reeling from that sight, Bertrand takes on his cougar form again, and the two ghosts phase outside through the wall , as Lancer knocks over the first domino in the gym.

Danny seems to have it together this battle, phasing through a tree to avoid getting his eyes scratched out and then phasing up through the ground to send Bertrand flying with one strong punch. Spectra now joins the fight, grabbing Danny and dragging him toward the gym, telling him she can still sense his doubt and misery and that it’s still making her stronger. She holds him up to the window, gloating over how he’s about to watch his sister die and he’ll be left to take the blame; as icing on the cake, "By the time I’m done with you, you’ll be sure it was all your fault!"

Danny’s finally had enough: "I am so tired of you dumping on me. And I am so tired of dumping on myself! Jazz never did that... even when I was mad at her... and I won’t. Let! Her! DOWN! "

With a great burst of Heroic Resolve and a bright flash of energy, Danny breaks free of Spectra’s grip. She tells Bertrand to finish him, and her assistant flies up and lands on a tree branch where he transforms into a ninja. Danny looks on with boredom as the guy twirls his weapon around and around in a complicated pattern before following Dr. Jones’ example and casually sucking him into the Fenton Thermos. An enraged Spectra charges him, but Danny evades her, only to turn around, grab her, and fling her into a dumpster. He then remembers Jazz and flies as fast as he can into the gym just as the spirit sparklers light up. He reaches her in time to pull her off the stage as the podium is reduced to a smoking pile of ashes.

Danny phases them through the wall into a hallway. At first, he and Jazz stare blankly at each other, neither knowing what to say... when Spectra bursts in, grabs Danny, and drags him into a storage closet. Danny whips out the thermos again, but she knocks it out of his hands and, in one last desperate attempt to get under his skin, asks him what he really is: "A ghost trying to fit in with humans? Or some creepy little boy with creepy little powers?" Danny’s confusion and the green aura of despair radiating from him into her show she’s gotten to him, calling him a freak no one cares about.

"Excuse me." They both look up to see Jazz standing in the doorway with the Fenton Peeler. "I don’t know this kid, but I hope it’s okay if he gets a second opinion ." With that, she activates the weapon and, once it’s armed and ready, turns it full blast on Spectra. Just as Jack said, layer by layer of her is peeled away, each one older and more decrepit than the last, until she’s reduced to her true state: a powerless, wrinkled, old woman. Danny sucks her into the thermos with no problem, finally putting an end to this nightmare.

This episode provides examples of:

  • Armor-Piercing Question : Spectra gives a stinging question towards the end to throw Danny off his game, and it doesn't help that there's no right answer . Spectra: What are you? A ghost trying to fit in with humans? Or some creepy little boy with creepy little powers?
  • Bad "Bad Acting" : "Ah! Ghost!"
  • Bad Samaritan : Spectra drives kids to despair under the guise of helping them.
  • Big Brother Instinct / Big Sister Instinct : As Spectra learns the hard way in the end, do not mess with Danny’s sister, and do not mess with Jazz’s brother!
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing : Spectra may act like a sweet, peppy, enthusiastic school councilor who loves spirit week and has it out to lift the spirits of the collective school body. But behind closed doors, she's a manipulative ghost who feeds off the students' insecurities and lack of confidence, purposefully give them terrible advice on improving their outlook on life (ex. making Danny believe his sister thinks he's a loser, telling Paulina her looks are all that matter).
  • Brother–Sister Team : Danny and Jazz defeat Spectra together.
  • Call-Back : Jazz once mentions that Danny's behavior has changed ever since "the accident". This likely refers to Danny's Freak Lab Accident that gave him his ghost powers, which took place before the series (as described in the intro). This may also imply that Jazz has known about Danny's accident and has been monitoring him since then.
  • Character Development : Contains some of the best in the series – Jazz goes from being a know-it-all who is overprotective of her brother to a Cool Big Sis who better understands her brother (even if Danny’s not fully aware of just how much). Danny also goes from a moody Emo Teen who resents his sister to a caring brother.
  • Chekhov's Gun : The Fenton Peeler.
  • A Day in the Limelight : This is Jazz's first focus episode as it has her get involved with her little brother's adventures as a ghost.
  • Death Trap : Bertrand and Spectra rig one up for Jazz that’s actually justified, as their goal isn’t specifically to kill someone but to make a large audience watch someone die .
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold : In this case, because extreme cold renders the hero's ghost sense moot, stopping him from catching onto your evil nature.
  • "Eureka!" Moment : Danny has one after Sam and Tucker mention how the two of them and Jazz — the only ones who haven't had a session with Spectra — have the most spirit in the school compared to all the other students. Danny finally starts to realize that Spectra is somehow making everyone miserable and suspected she's a ghostly imposter.
  • Forced to Watch : Spectra has this planned for everyone during the Spirit-a-thon, but for Danny in particular.
  • Spectra's first action was to reduce the temperature of the thermostat. This messes with Danny's ghost sense because he could've mistaken sensing a ghost for seeing his own breath. Were it not for a photograph of him with his ghostly chill actually seen , Danny would have been too late.
  • Valerie, who had an Early-Bird Cameo in " Parental Bonding ", establishes that she worries too much about "material possessions", which comes to play in the next episode when she loses her rich lifestyle .
  • Jerkass : Danny sees Jazz as this due to her know-it-all attitude and pushy nature, calling her a fink and refusing to talk to her though Jazz truly loves her brother and is only trying to help him. Danny spends much of the episode being this to Jazz, pushing her away and giving her attitude when she’s trying to help.
  • Heroic BSoD : Danny spends most of the episode in this state thanks to Spectra’s mind games, until his sister’s support and his desire to protect her snap him out of it.
  • Heroic Sacrifice : Non-fatal example; after Danny theorizes Spectra is a ghost making everyone miserable, Sam and Tucker say there is one way to be sure and have a session with her themselves. This causes them to become miserable like the rest of the school, but ultimately gives Danny the proof he needs.
  • Hidden Depths : Jazz gets to show her true, heroic colors for the first time. By contrast, the sweet, friendly, peppy Dr. Spectra is actually an Emotion Eater draining everyone of their happiness so she can feed on their misery.
  • I Never Said It Was Poison : When Jazz catches Danny going ghost, she asks Tucker and Sam if she saw what she thought she saw. Though she never specifies exactly what she thought she saw, the two quickly shoot down any notion of ghosts being real. This helps tip Jazz off that Danny's friends are in the know and keeping it from her .
  • Laser-Guided Karma : Spectra has spent the better part of the episode actively tearing the students' self-confidence down (especially Danny) until they're gloomy shells of themselves . With the Fenton Peeler, Jazz repays Spectra for emotionally abusing her brother and the entire student body by reducing her to a greatly aged shell of her former self .
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero : Jazz sees Danny transform and is stunned. Sam and Tucker almost convince her that it's not remotely possible, but then Jazz remembers what they said earlier about being Danny's friends and keeping his secrets from people like her.
  • Out-of-Character Alert : Sam and Tucker realize something is up with Spectra when Danny tells them that she told him Jazz called him a loser since that doesn’t sound like Jazz. But Danny is too caught up in his own insecurities, stress and resentment towards his “fink” sister to see it until later.
  • Perpetual Smiler : That memorable shot of Jazz walking through the hallway, all smiles while everyone around her is depressed.
  • Present Company Excluded : Jazz tells Danny that he hardly has any friends, right in front of Sam and Tucker who are offended. Jazz quickly catches herself. Jazz : Well, okay, besides these two.
  • Psycho Psychologist : The villain of the week, Penelope Spectra, poses as a psychologist to manipulate the students with their insecurities to feed off their misery.
  • Poor Communication Kills : If Danny would have just talked to Jazz about his problems, especially about what Spectra told him, like how Jazz asked many times he could have found out that Spectra lied about Jazz calling him a looser and worked through some of his emotional turmoil. Instead Danny just kept it to himself and boiled in his insecurities and anger while resenting his sister more.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech : After learning she's a ghost, Danny confronts Spectra and sums up her emotional parasitism. Spectra: (To Danny Phantom) I'm sorry, can I help you? Danny Phantom: No, I'm sure you can't. You can't help anyone except yourself. You find the one thing that a kid's most afraid of. Their looks, their future, their confidence (...) and you pick at it and pick at it while your snippy little ghost assistant feeds on it. Bertrand: ( offended ) Hey!
  • Secret Chaser : Jazz – finding out said secret after only one episode has to be a record for Secret Chasers.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper : Jazz becomes this for Danny, deciding not to tell him she knows his Secret Identity until he wants her to know.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal! : Jazz gives Spectra a very satisfying one, in response to the latter's sadistic question to Danny. Jazz : I don't know this kid, but I hope it's okay if he gets a second opinion.
  • Spanner in the Works : When Danny was dressed up as a baby as part of Spectra's "therapeutic" punishment, Tucker took a picture of the public humiliation. Although a touch mean-spirited , it's rather useful to Danny in the long run. Because the picture shows Danny's ghost breath going off, even outside of Spectra's cold office, indicating she's a ghost. Had it not been for Tucker's picture, Danny wouldn't have had the tangible proof that Spectra was up to something. This also teeters on Nice Job Fixing It, Villain territory, as Spectra was the one who set up the public humiliation in the first place.
  • Spoiler Cover : In the episode, Spectra is initially portrayed as a genuine shrink. However, the title card features her with with a Slasher Smile controlling Danny and Jazz as puppets, spoiling that she's Evil All Along .
  • Symbolism : The title card for the episode has Spectra using Jazz and Danny as marionettes. Appropriately, it represents how she's using both siblings and turning them against each other. Respectively, she's Gaslighting Danny into believing his own sister thinks so little of him, and she intends to use Jazz in a scheme that will make Spectra beautiful at Jazz's expense. The entirety of the plot is about the Fenton siblings cutting the strings that keep them trapped in Spectra's toxic influence.
  • Wham Episode : Jazz learns about Danny's ghost powers, and this starts to alter certain events in the show.

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The story of the fallen hero, Dark Danny from Danny Phantom .

  • 1.1 Rise of the Hero
  • 1.2 Fall of the Hero
  • 1.3 Rise of the Villain
  • 2.1 Timelines Collide
  • 2.2 Back to the Past
  • 2.3 Final Battle
  • 3 Danny Phantom: A Glitch in Time
  • 4.1 Danny Phantom: The Ultimate Enemy
  • 4.2 Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots

Background [ ]

Rise of the hero [ ].

Danny Fenton's parents, Jack and Maddie Fenton , were aspiring ghost hunters who built a portal leading into the Ghost Zone; the realm where ghosts and other supernatural creatures reside. However, it seemingly failed to work, causing them to become disheartened and leave. With support from his friends, Tucker Foley and Sam Manson , Danny then decided to put on a protection suit and go in the device to see what the problem was, but then accidentally hit a switch that activated the portal with him still inside. As a result, his DNA became infected with ghostly ectoplasm, thus changing his appearance and granting him ghost-like abilities.

With his new ghostly powers, Danny Fenton became the superhero, Danny Phantom , using his powers to protect humanity from supernatural threats. These threats included his father's old friend, Vlad Masters aka Vlad Plasmius , who was also infected with Ghost DNA a decade ago, but chose to use his powers for his own evil ambitions, and Valerie Gray , a young ghost hunter with a deadly grudge against all ghosts, especially Danny. He also faced off against the dreadful Fright Knight , and his diabolical master, the self-proclaimed Ghost King, Pariah Dark .

Fall of the Hero [ ]

One day, during an assembly at Capser High School, Mr. Lancer made a public announcement that all the students had to take the C.A.T. (Career Aptitude Test) to determine their upcoming future, and those who fail will apparently have to spend the rest of their lives working at the Nasty Burger. At first, Danny studied hard to prepare himself, but became frustrated by how difficult it was and feared that he would ultimately fail. Desperate to succeed, he used his ghost powers to steal the C.A.T. answer booklet to cheat on the test. However, Mr. Lancer, who had been suspicious of Danny finishing the test so early, asked his parents to come to the Nasty Burger for a meeting about his "future". Sam and Tucker, as well as Danny's older sister Jazz , were also there at the time. At that moment, the Nasty Burger's unstable vat of condiments overheated and exploded. Danny was able to survive thanks to his ghost powers, but didn't have enough time to save his family, friends or teacher.

The tragedy left Danny orphaned and completely alone, racked with guilt over causing the deaths of his loved ones. With no-one else to turn to, he had to move in with none other than Vlad Masters, since he was close to the family and the only one who could possibly understand his situation. Despite the hatred that the two had shared for each other prior, Vlad treated Danny with great sympathy and they eventually bonded, which likely led to Vlad reforming. However, Danny still couldn't deal with the pain and guilt anymore, so he asked Vlad to remove his ghost-half from his human body, believing that it was responsible for tempting him cheat in the first place, and thus responsible for the death of his friends and family. He also believed that his ghost-half would be freed from all his human emotions, thus ridding it of the pain that he was feeling.

Danny's ghost half merging with Vlad's, thus creating Dark Danny.

Vlad reluctantly agreed and used the Ghost Gauntlets in a surgery to tear Danny's ghost half from his human half, thus making them into separate entities. But soon after the procedure, Danny Phantom, now free of his human-half's conscience and filled with all his hatred and selfishness, became hostile and threw Vlad against the wall. Craving for even more power, Phantom used the gauntlets himself on Vlad, separating him from his own ghost half as well, then turned intangible and flew into Plasmius, resulting in the two ghost halves fusing together, with Danny as the dominant personality. Unfortunately, Vlad's evil side completely overwhelmed and destroyed whatever good Danny Phantom may have had left, mutating and corrupting him into an extremely powerful and malevolent ghost. And thus, the once heroic Danny Phantom was no more, and the villainous Dark Danny was born.

Rise of the Villain [ ]

The newly created young Dark Danny kills his human half.

Now free of any moral restraint and no longer capable of feeling empathy or remorse whatsoever, Dark Danny commits his first heinous act by horrifically murdering his former human self before blowing up Vlad's mansion. He then unleashes a reign of terror throughout both the Human and Ghost Worlds, destroying countless lives while heartlessly torturing his old foes and former allies alike.

But while the rest of the world was reduced to ruins, Amity Park was able to survive Dark Danny's onslaught by erecting a giant anti-ghost shield strong enough to keep out the all-powerful ghost, with Valerie Gray acting as its protector. Unable to break the shield, Dark Danny left the city alone for the time being until he was powerful enough to penetrate it. During this time, he crossed paths with Clockwork, the Master of Time who apparently tried to stop him, and Fright Knight, who came to serve Dark Danny as his new master. Then, ten years after his creation, the now adult Dark Danny finally developed his most powerful technique: the Ghostly Wail.

The Ultimate Enemy [ ]

Timelines collide [ ].

Soon after learning the Ghostly Wail, Dark Danny somehow contacted Valerie via her wrist device to taunt her. Valerie boldly boasted how he couldn't break through the ghost shield no matter how powerful he was, only to be proven wrong when Danny unleashed his wail, breaking the defense system and causing the shield to fail, thus leaving Amity Park vulnerable for Dark Danny and Fright Knight to attack the city. Fright Knight chased Valerie to the old Fenton home, where Valerie met up with her aging father, Damon Gray. But then Dark Danny himself appeared in dramatic fashion and sarcastically greeted Valerie before causing an explosion which destroys the entire building, knocking Valerie unconscious and presumably killing Damon.

Having seen the terrible future that Dark Danny had created, a pair of peace-keeping ghosts known as the Observants went to the only individual capable of preventing Dark Danny from coming into existence: Clockwork, the Master of Time. They commanded Clockwork to eliminate Danny Phantom while he was still young and weaker in order to prevent him form rising to power. However, the time ghost instead sent in various future ghosts that set off a series of events that caused Danny to end up in the future to confront Dark Danny.

In future Amity Park, which was reduced to rubble, Danny then encountered Valerie, who mistook him for his older version. She chased and successfully captured the ghost-boy and was about to kill him with a bazooka until Sam and Tucker intervened. Valerie was shocked to see them alive, remembering the tragedy that killed them, and readied her bazooka again to destroy Danny in response to this remembrance to the event. But then she was blasted away by Dark Danny, who couldn't afford to allow his younger self to perish so that he would as well. After freezing Sam and Tucker in place, Dark Danny then inquired how his deceased friends arrived to his time period. Upon which he saw their time medallions, and was annoyed to see that Clockwork was involved again.


Dark Danny captures Sam and Tucker.

Before he could continue further, Dark Danny was then blasted away himself by Valerie. Angry for the sudden sneak attack, Dark Danny flew straight at Valerie while avoiding her attacks. After knocking her down, Dark Danny sarcastically suggested that he should show mercy to Valerie out of respect, only to reveal that he has no mercy or respect for anyone else, and proves this by throwing Valerie into a building. But Young Danny escapes his net and foils this attempt by phasing them both through the building, reminding Valerie that he was from the past of how noble and handsome he once was.Dark Danny then stares down Sam and Tucker, stating that it would've been a touching reunion if he hadn't surrendered his own humanity entirely. Young Danny then tries a sneak attack on Dark Danny, but he anticipates this with his own ghost sense and they both end up blasting each other. This sets free Sam and Tucker, who Young Danny tells to escape, but Dark Danny wasn't going to have that and unleashes his Ghostly Wail to knock down the Fenton building (which for some odd reason survived his earlier attack) unto them. Young Danny tries to save them, but Dark Danny grabs and stops him, allowing his friends to be buried under the rubble, which shocked Young Danny.

Dark Danny then zapped his younger self to force him back into his human form and threw him to see his deceased friends. Upon coming to, Danny instead finds their time medallions on the ground, showing that they survived and are back in their original time period. Joyed to see this, Danny was about to remove his own medallion, but was stopped by his older self, who stated that he wasn't going anywhere before infusing the medallion into Danny, thus preventing him from returning to the past and rendering him unconscious.

Back to the Past [ ]

Realizing that Clockwork was trying to stop Danny from turning into him, he threw his past self into the Ghost Zone to make sure he stayed out of the way and then transformed himself into a fourteen-year-old version of his human self.

Dark Danny used another time medallion that Sam/Tucker left behind to go to the past to ensure the events that created him would happen, however, Danny's sister, Jazz, found out what he really was, thus she sends the boomerang through the Ghost Zone to find Danny ten years in the future whom was being attacked by his future ghost enemies in revenge for all the bad things Dark Danny had caused them, Danny eventually receives the note and suspects Vlad is responsible for Dark Danny's destruction of the world.

While cheating on the C.A.T he notices that Jazz is preparing to destroy him by using the Fenton Peeler, in order to prevent her from interfering with his plans, Dark Danny sends an invisible duplication of himself to shock her unconscious. He successfully cheated on the C.A.T. using the answers (which Danny had obtained earlier by accident), causing Lancer to call his parents over to the Nasty Burger as a demonstration of what awaited those who failed the test.

Dark Danny vs. Danny Phantom.

Sam and Tucker came to try and warn them of the imminent explosion and Jazz arrived, proceeding to use the Fenton Ghost Peeler to reveal Dark Danny. Jack and Maddie then draw their weapons and demand Dark Danny to tell them what he did to Danny, he responds by mocking them for being world's leading ghost experts and that they couldn't figure out that Danny was half ghost while Jazz was the only one who figured it out. He managed to use the ectoplasm to trap them on the condiment vat, which was coming close to exploding, but then Danny Phantom arrived, having succeeded in getting the time medallion out of him with help from the future version of Vlad.

Final Battle [ ]

Dark Danny could not kill his younger self, since he needed to ensure his existence, but only had to hold him off until the sauce exploded. They fought, but even with the Specter Deflector and Ghost Gauntlets as well as an oil truck exploding on top of him, Danny couldn't defeat his evil older self. However, his determination to save his family and friends caused Danny to unleash the Ghostly Wail power, which he had used earlier while under attack by future versions of ghosts he had fought. This shocked Dark Danny since he was not supposed to gain that power for another 10 years and Danny told him that the future apparently was never as predetermined as he'd thought. He unleashed a second Ghostly Wail that blasted Dark Danny into a building, who emerged extremely battered and weakened and was later trapped in the Fenton Thermos by Danny himself. However, Dark Danny pointed out that Danny was too late to save his family and friends in time, but Clockwork's intervention saved them and he sent the half-ghost back to before the test to give him a second chance at changing his future. Danny then gave the test answers back to Mr. Lancer; therefore, creating a new timeline where Dark Danny was never born and all the harm he caused was erased. Despite this, the knowledge that someone as evil as Dark Danny and probably knowing he would return continued to haunt Danny for the rest of the series.

Dark Danny trapped in the Fenton Thermos ... for now.

Clockwork then took charge of Dark Danny, who now existed outside of the time stream since Danny would never become him. At the end, he was seen smashing against the sides of the thermos, apparently attempting to escape. Since he was laughing, it is possible he planned it so that next time, he will kill Danny for good and nothing would stop him once he escapes his prison and wreak havoc on Earth and the Ghost Zone. The possibility of this is reinforced in the series finale Phantom Planet where Dark Danny is one of the few ghost (the only ghost villain to be exact) who does not help Danny save the earth and the Ghost Zone, Dark Danny presumably remains trapped in the Fenton Thermos because Danny most likely knew the potential harm he would cause if he had free him from his captivity and given his evil nature is also very likely he would not even bother to help his counterpart.

Danny Phantom: A Glitch in Time [ ]

Dark Danny Returns

Dark Danny after escaping from the Fenton Thermos.

Dark Danny returns after Vlad accidentally releases him from the Fenton Thermos. After he was freed, he breaks Clockwork's staff and merges with him. This results in the space time continuum to emit a high implosion in the Ghost Zone, thus endagering both the Ghost Zone and Earth in the process. After Vlad, Danny and his friends defeat him, and freeing Clockwork in the process, Vlad takes responsibility and lets Dark Danny inhabit his body.

Video games [ ]

Danny phantom: the ultimate enemy [ ].

He appears as the main antagonist of this video game, he can be controlled during the first levels of the game in the future, later he becomes the final boss of the game without counting Plasmius who is the hidden boss, abilities such as the Phantasmagorical Lament can be seen , Ghost Ray, Intangibility etc.

Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots [ ]

He appears as an unlockable character in this game under the name "Danny Phantom2". He is unlockable via a code.

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New modification of Russian VVER-440 fuel loaded at Paks NPP in Hungary

DECEMBER 14, 2020 — After the recent refueling at power unit 3 of the Hungarian Paks NPP, its VVER-440 reactor has been loaded with a batch of fresh fuel including 18 fuel bundles of the new modification. The new fuel will be introduced at all four operating power units of the Paks NPP, and the amount of new-modification bundles in each refueling will be increased gradually.

Development of the new VVER-440 fuel modification was completed in 2020 under the contract between TVEL JSC and MVM Paks NPP Ltd. Its introduction would optimize the hydro-uranium ratio in the reactor core, enabling to increase the efficiency of fuel usage and advance the economic performance of the power plant operation. All VVER-440 fuel modifications are manufactured at the Elemash Machine-Building Plant, a facility of TVEL Fuel Company in Elektrostal, Moscow Region.

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“Introduction of a new fuel is an option to improve technical and economic performance of a nuclear power plant without substantial investment. We are actively engaged in development of new models and modifications of VVER-440 fuel for power plants in Europe. The projects of the new fuels for Loviisa NPP in Finland, Dukovany NPP in the Czech Republic, Mochovce and Bohunice NPPs in Slovakia, are currently at various stages of implementation. Despite the same reactor model, these projects are quite different technically and conceptually, since we take into account the individual needs and requirements of our customers,” commented Natalia Nikipelova, President of TVEL JSC.

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The project of development and validation of the new fuel has been accomplished with participation of a number of Russian nuclear industry enterprises, such as OKB Gidropress (a part of Rosatom machine-building division Atomenergomash), Bochvar Institute (material science research facility of TVEL Fuel Company), Elemash Machine-building plant and Kurchatov Institute national research center. At the site of OKB Gidropress research and experiment facility, the new fuel passed a range of hydraulic, longevity and vibration tests.

Paks NPP is the only functioning nuclear power plant in Hungary with total installed capacity 2000 MWe. It operates four similar units powered by VVER-440 reactors and commissioned one by one in 1982-1987. Currently, Paks NPP is the only VVER-440 plant in the world operating in extended 15-monthes fuel cycle. The power plant produces about 15 bln kWh annually, about a half of electric power generation in Hungary. In 2018, the project of increasing the duration of Paks NPP fuel cycle won the European competition Quality Innovation Award in the nomination “Innovations of large enterprises”. Russian engineers from TVEL JSC, Kurchatov Institute, OKB Gidropress, Bochvar Institute and Elemash Machine-building plant provided assistance to the Hungarian colleagues in accomplishment of the project.

  TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom incorporates enterprises for the fabrication of nuclear fuel, conversion and enrichment of uranium, production of gas centrifuges, as well as research and design organizations. It is the only supplier of nuclear fuel for Russian nuclear power plants. TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom provides nuclear fuel for 73 power reactors in 13 countries worldwide, research reactors in eight countries, as well as transport reactors of the Russian nuclear fleet. Every sixth power reactor in the world operates on fuel manufactured by TVEL.  

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First refuelling for Russia’s Akademik Lomonosov floating NPP


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The FNPP includes two KLT-40S reactor units. In such reactors, nuclear fuel is not replaced in the same way as in standard NPPs – partial replacement of fuel once every 12-18 months. Instead, once every few years the entire reactor core is replaced with and a full load of fresh fuel.

The KLT-40S reactor cores have a number of advantages compared with standard NPPs. For the first time, a cassette core was used, which made it possible to increase the fuel cycle to 3-3.5 years before refuelling, and also reduce by one and a half times the fuel component in the cost of the electricity produced. The operating experience of the FNPP provided the basis for the design of the new series of nuclear icebreaker reactors (series 22220). Currently, three such icebreakers have been launched.

The Akademik Lomonosov was connected to the power grid in December 2019, and put into commercial operation in May 2020.

Electricity generation from the FNPP at the end of 2023 amounted to 194 GWh. The population of Pevek is just over 4,000 people. However, the plant can potentially provide electricity to a city with a population of up to 100,000. The FNPP solved two problems. Firstly, it replaced the retiring capacities of the Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant, which has been operating since 1974, as well as the Chaunskaya Thermal Power Plant, which is more than 70 years old. It also supplies power to the main mining enterprises located in western Chukotka. In September, a 490 km 110 kilovolt power transmission line was put into operation connecting Pevek and Bilibino.

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  1. Danny Phantom Fenton Thermos Moments 2

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  5. More 'Danny Phantom' Characters Drawn 10 Years Later

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  6. Recap / Danny Phantom S 1 E 19 The Million Dollar Ghost

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  11. My Brother's Keeper

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  14. Recap / Danny Phantom S 1 E 9 My Brothers Keeper

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  15. Dark Danny/Synopsis

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  18. Danny Phantom details

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  19. Refuelling underway at Russia's floating NPP

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  21. First refuelling for Russia's Akademik Lomonosov floating NPP

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  22. Danny Phantom

    From Butch Hartman, the creator of the hit Nicktoon, The Fairly OddParents, unveils the funny, fantastic action-packed adventures of Danny Fenton, who straddles two worlds as a shy freshman at Casper High and a heroic phantom-fighter with ghostly superpowers. With his best friends, techno-geek Tucker and free-thinking Goth girl Sam, he thwarts the misdeeds of menacing ghosts; and stumbles ...