Puppy , and Bunsen Is a Beast. Hartman also owns a production company, Billionfold Inc. Hartman was an executive producer on The Fairly OddParents for the entirety of its year run. On February 8, , Hartman announced in a YouTube video that he had left Nickelodeon on February 2 after having worked at the studio since December ;  he confirmed that this resulted in the end of production on Bunsen Is a Beast after just one season. Hartman was born in Highland Park, Michigan. Before graduating, he was a contestant on the Match Game Hollywood Square Hour for three episodes and shortly after graduating, he was hired as a character designer and storyboard artist for an unidentified My Little Pony animated series. As he had no previous experience with storyboards, he was soon fired. He was also a member of the video reference crew for the Disney film Pocahontas. In the early s he was hired as an artist in the model department at Hanna-Barbera , and was eventually contacted by studio president Fred Seibert to make the shorts Pfish and Chip and Gramps for the What a Cartoon!
I am the unrepentant reboot lover of your millennial-tinted nightmares, but that, my friends, does not make me any less right. The episode show following the shenanigans of Danny Fenton — the half-teenage boy, half-ghost trying to protect his city from malevolent spirits — premiered in , meaning this year marked its 15th anniversary prime timing! Danny Phantom — which is currently streamable on Hulu — had all the action-based, banter-filled shenanigans of teenage superheroism, but was also grounded in the emotional vulnerability of its male protagonist. The tough decisions Danny had to make were never really about his powers, but always about his friendships with Sam and Tucker, his loyalty to his admittedly oddball family, and his very teenage attempts to reconcile his own self-interest with a sense of responsibility. The characters were all well-developed, the storylines were ripe with potential, and the show was far more nuanced than the typical action-comedy on a children's network. But my argument for what makes Danny Phantom a prime reboot candidate isn't just that it was a remarkable show; it was also, in its heart of hearts, a rom-com. It was delightfully, refreshingly, unrepentantly trope-y — from Danny dating a literal ghost hunter who is trying to kill his alter ego, to Sam and Danny as best friends alternately pining for each other, to a vengeful ghost pop star with the ability to cast love spells dialing up the drama. And if there is one thing we as consumers of entertainment can acknowledge, it's that we're in the midst of a rom-commaissance. Netflix is churning out feel-good romances.
Since the finale of Danny Phantom in , Butch Hartman has released new character designs, alternate universe concepts, flash-forward content, and has expanded on existing content from the series. The descriptions associated with the images and concepts are taken from Butch Hartman's YouTube videos. As such, descriptive phrases are being used on this page. There are multiple designs for each character, each with their own background and personality type. Some of the alternate designs are based on or inspired by Marvel especially the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, the final colored versions are the most canon out of all of the future versions of the characters. Although every iteration is different and has had a different past 10 years, there are a few things in common ideas throughout all of them. In the 10 years since Phantom Planet, Danny Phantom has become world famous and Team Phantom is a globally recognized group of ghost fighters. In the past 10 years they have become a stronger group of ghost fighters, as well as utilizing more technology.
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