I just read the description for the show 'Danger Mouse' so I decided to write a one-shot about it! I have no idea if this is write, so anyway, read it if you would like!

Disclaimer: I do not own Danger Mouse.

Ghosts!


Penfold looked at a clock on the wall to some strange building. Danger Mouse had suggested a trip on their time off so they decided to go to Western Australia, far away from business.

Danger Mouse entered the room and collapsed on a matchbox sofa. "I'm pooped." He sighed.

"What were you doing?" Penfold asked.

"Not too much, just exploring."

Suddenly a beeping noise went off and Danger Mouse sighed. He looked at the watch that Colonel K. had given them before their trip. Danger Mouse pressed the button and then looked at the small screen.

"Bad News guys, arf arf! It seems that Baron Silas Greenback the frog and his henchman crow Stiletto. They are in a town 5 minutes away from you guys, called Perth. They have somehow turned into ghosts." Colonel K. informed them, before clapping his flippers and turning the screen off.

"Oh pickle-pockets. Let's go." Danger Mouse said.


When they arrived in Perth, they could see that Colonel K. was not lying. Their frog archenemy was swinging from a building. He jumped off and flew down to Danger Mouse and Penfold, joining Stiletto.

"We are going to defeat you once and for all." Baron Silas Greenback spat.

"No, you shall not, you muffin head." Danger Mouse said.

The frog smiled and started to fight Danger Mouse, while Stiletto fought Penfold. After 10 minutes of fighting, Danger Mouse and Penfold fell to the ground, exhausted. Baron Silas Greenback and Stiletto stood above them, smiling.

They pulled out knifes and… THIS IS NOT SUITABLE FOR YOUNG VIEWERS SO I SHALL NOT WRITE IT.

Danger Mouse and Penfold were dead, which meant Baron Silas Greenback and Stiletto ruled the world.

THE END!


So, I don't have any idea how that went… you tell me, was it good? Anyway, this is my first and FINAL Danger Mouse story, because I have no idea what it's about…

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Love Kirst…