Danny Phantom: Season 2, Part 1
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I read somewhere that the first run of products were the only ones affected by the wrong episode listing, but I promise the one that I received is perfect and in order!
Oh, and for those who got the other incomplete version of season 2, return it and buy this one. It may be out of order, but at least it's all there as far as I know. Here's what's on it (and yes, they are in this order...).
Reign Storm, Pt.1
Reign Storm, Pt.2
The Fright Before Christmas
Master of All Time
Double Cross My Heart
Flirting With Disaster
Double Episode: Reality Trip
Double Episode: Ultimate Enemy
The season starts of perfectly with a large tribute to the first 20 episodes by telling Danny Phantom's origin and large continuity nods to past episodes. Outside of a forced Danny/Sam romance (and a haphazard way of throwing in his "DP" logo), the episode wonderfully starts off Season Two. "Doctor's Disorder" presents a nice boost for Tucker and a mysterious plot centering on Spectra remains engaging, but is nothing to speak about. "Pirate Radio" is an excellent character development story for Danny who takes full responsibility by concentrating on the weirdness going on with the adults' sudden disappearance despite his friends and peers partying away. "Reign Storm" continues forth by wrapping up what "Public Enemies" started as Danny risks his very life to save his town despite their constant accusation. Along with it, the romance plot moves and Sam has a rival in the form of Valerie. There's also a keen team-up from friends and foes alike to battle a powerful enemy. Under slightly different circumstances, I would have liked this to have been the series finale then the mixed, abysmal "Phantom Planet".
"Identity Crisis" provides a lighthearted breather with antics from two split Dannys - one fun, the other all hero - in all its Looney Tune-ish glory. "The Fenton Menace" isn't the best Jazz-episode, but it again supports her character growth and lets her know she doesn't have to be such an uptight "adult" all the time, as well as realize her younger brother is growing up. He doesn't need to hold her hand anymore.Read more ›
I really would like to have the episodes in the season listed correctly on the DVDs.
I just don't want someone else being unhappy if there copy is the same.
Shout Factory! has now released the second season (ala part 1) on DVD and that can only mean more adventures with Danny Fenton, Tucker and Sam!
Before Nickelodeon's "The Fairy Odd Parents" and "T.U.F.F. Puppy", in 2004, American animator and series creator Butch Hartman had created the animated series "Danny Phantom". Aired on Nickelodeon in 2004-2007, the series was produced by Billionfold Studios.
"Danny Phantom" is a series that focused on the adventures of a teenager named Danny Fenton who has parents who are well-known ghost hunters. His parents created a Ghost Portal which would bridge the real world with the Ghost Zone but when Danny tried to use it, the Ghost Portal didn't work. But while inside the portal, he turned on the "on" button (which his parents forgot existed) and it activated the portal.
Because he was inside of the portal, the portal fused with his DNA with ectoplasm and now he has been transformed into Danny Phantom.
The only one that knows his secret is his best friends Sam (a goth vegetarian) and Tucker (who is a technophile and a meat-lover) but somehow Danny's parents have an inkling that one of their children may be a ghost but instead of think Danny is the ghost, they think it's his older sister Jasmine.
But Danny now has these powers that allow him to be a ghost which allows him to fly, be invisible and eventually through the season, learns that he has other powers. And now, Danny uses his powers for good against bad ghosts that are plaguing his hometown.
While the series has been released on DVD before (albeit not including all episodes which frustrated "Danny Phantom" fans), the license for "Danny Phantom" has been acquired by Shout!Read more ›
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Nothing can ever be wrong with Danny Phantom it is literally the best show to ever come to fruition. Congratulations Nickelodeon on a job well donePublished 4 months ago by Meghan
Danny protects his home town from any evil ghosts from the ghost world while keeping his ghost identity a secret. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Denise Welshhans
I stumbled upon this series for my 6 yr old Son and he loves it. Too bad it didn't stick around for long.Published 14 months ago by BSaltydog