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Danny, as Danny Phantom, blasted himself and Iron Man back to Tony's home in Malibu in a short ten minutes. Once outside the mansion he discarded the rockets and transformed back into Danny Fenton. "Pepper," he called knocking on the house.
"Oh my god, Danny, are you okay?" she answered the door.
"I'm fine but Tony's crashing."
"Oh, that always happens after he's had a major battle."
Pepper quickly resuited Tony, replacing his arc reactor and helping him get out of his suit. "So the kid knows?" Pepper asked Tony.
"Yeah, but I think it's going to be okay."
"What happened? Did you get into a fight?"
"Don't worry about it Pepper."
Pepper sighed knowing she would get no more answers. "Will that be all Mr. Stark?"
"Yes Ms. Potts," he dismissed her smiling at her willingness to accept his stubbornness.
Tony entered the living room to find Danny flipping through the channels. "So, quite a day huh?" Tony asked Danny.
"Listen, Tony, no one except for my two best friends and old sister know who I am. Not even my own parents know I'm half ghost."
"It's fine your secret is safe with me as long as you keep my secret until the Stark Expo."
"The Stark Expo?" Danny asked, "but why just until the Stark Expo?"
"I'm planning on revealing my true identity to everyone. The agents from Shield agree that it's time. It will make it easier for me to keep the world safe."
"Well you don't have to worry about Amity Park. I've got it under control…except Vlad."
"I know you do and I'm proud of you for using your ghost powers to save people."
Suddenly Danny's ghost sense went off. "There's a ghost nearby," Danny explained to Tony.
"So that's what that is. I wasn't sure why this breath of cold air kept escaping your mouth. I had assumed it was some sort of cold or something."
Outside, the box ghost had appeared. "I am the Box Ghost! I will turn all prism shapes against you! Prepare for your doom!"
Danny smiled. "I've got this…I'm going ghost," he yelled, turning into Danny Phantom and flying out of Tony's grand mansion with the older man looking upon him proudly.