Well, this is the first thing I've ever posted on this site. I've been kinda-sorta working on this since the end of July, and it's only 5-and-a-half short chapters long thus far. But I do know sort of where I want it to go. This is a crossover with Teen Titans, so if you haven't seen the cartoon or read the comic at least once, you might want to do that, so you can better understand what I'm talking about. This is written under the assumption that you know the characters and current situation of both shows, from after "The End" for Teen Titans and "The Ultimate Enemy" for Danny Phantom.

The thing is, I'm not going to bother posting anything unless you want me to. It's going to be hard for me to update this on a somewhat regular basis. Of course, if you fine people show interest, I'll tough it out, but if not… Well, just read the summary and the Chapter 2 preview (I can't really take anything out of context in Chapter 1) and tell me what you think.

Summary: Amity Park has been ghost-free for a while now… almost too long. When inexplicable ghost trouble becomes daily news for Jump City, Maddie Fenton is first on the scene, dragging Danny along for the ride. By the time this is over, a conquest will be attempted, a city will gain a hero, and a team will form… or reform. And in the meantime, the fates of Amity Park and Jump City will hang delicately in the balance.

Sneak preview from Chapter 2:

"So, do you think Mom's right?" Danny asked.

"About what?"

"Ghosts being in Jump City," Danny answered.

"Well, I guess anything's possible," Jazz said. "Although I don't know how'd they get there, since we're the only ones with a portal."

"No, we're not…" Danny started. "And you know it."

Jazz immediately hushed her voice. "You don't think Vlad…"

"Yeah, I do. But I don't know why."

"Well, in any case, it's about time all those ghosts left Amity Park. Goodness knows you have to go through enough trouble to get rid of them." She smiled quietly at her little brother.

Returning the smile, Danny said, "Maybe you're right… let the folks in Jump City deal with their own problems, right?"

"Exactly."

"Well, enough of that. I'm hungry, and unless we go eat dinner soon…" Danny said. "Let's just say I'd like to eat before Dad scarfs it all down."

Jazz just laughed. "I'll meet you in there, just give me a minute," she said.

"Fine, but don't come complaining to me when there's nothing left!" Danny yelled over his shoulder as he walked into the kitchen.

Jazz was still thinking. How did ghosts end up in Jump City? That's nowhere near here! With these thoughts swimming around her mind, she set off for the kitchen herself, hoping that there was at least a little bit of mac-and-cheese left.

So what do you guys think? Let me know if I should keep going with this, ok? Thanks.