ParaNorman One-Shot - Saving A Life(PLEASE NOTE: This fanfic involves swearing, so if you don't like it I wouldn't read it.)More Like This
Norman walked to school in complete silence, ghosts staring at him with worry. He didn't bother talking to any of them, even when they asked him if he was alright. He just kept his head down, staring at the sidewalk as he thought about what he was about to do. It wasn't his best idea, and he knew that. But at this point he thought it was the right choice. Sometimes the right choice just seemed stupid. He sighed, rubbing his wrist a little nervously. After a moment he hissed in pain, pulling his hand away. "Damn it " he groaned, glancing down at his cut wrist. He had forgotten where that cut even was, so he hadn't expected to hit it. A few ghosts gathered around him to make sure he was alright, but he shooed them away politely. It wasn't the first time he had hit one of his cuts by accident, so he was pretty much used to it. Besides, it didn't hurt as much as when they were actually fre
ParaNorman: Burden of the BeastSynopsis:More Like This
Ever since saving his hometown from a destructive curse, Norman has been busy working as a paranormal investigator. Now an adult, he has become the father of two children: Cole, his 9 year old son, who shares the same psychic gift as Norman, and Willow, his 15 year old daughter. With no sixth sense of her own, she wished she was more special. This wish may become all too true when a monstruous werewolf terrorizes the town of Blithe Hollow. It's up to Willow and her very own rag-tag team of misfits to save the day.
Chapter 1: Introductions
Norman anxiously paced around the waiting room of the hospital. Now at the age of twenty-eight, he was about to become a father for the first time. Walking from left to right, hands on his back and letting out a sigh now and then. He was the perfect stereotypical image of a new dad. Norman had not changed much in appearance when he became older. Sure, he was a lot taller now, but he was still skinny and his spiky hai
ParaNorman Song Parody - Poor Unfortunate Souls(Original Song - Poor Unfortunate Souls by The Jonas Brothers)More Like This
I admit that in the past I've been a nasty.
They weren't kidding when they called me sort of 'bad'.
But you'll find that nowadays,
I've mended all my ways,
Repented, seen the light and made a change!
And I fortunately know of some dark magic
It's a talent that I always have possessed.
And hear lately, please don't laugh,
I use it on behalf,
Of the miserable, lonely and depressed,
Poor unfortunate souls!
This one longing to be thinner,
This one wants to get the girl,
And do I help them?
Those poor unfortunate souls!
They come flocking to me crying,
'Demar help us, pretty please'!
And I help them?
Yes I do!
The living, they don't trust what don't know.
I see you've learned that after a few years.
Yes to me it's very clear,
I can see your problem here.
And guess what boy, I know just the thing to do!
What you need to do is really very simple.
It'll help you
ParaNorman's Monty PythonPS: Read description first.More Like This
On a quiet and cold Saturday morning, a few days before Halloween, the peace of Blithe Hollow was disturbed by the shouts of an angry mob who were heading towards the Babcock residence.
'A witch! A witch! Burn her, burn her! We found a witch!'
Norman, who was playing fetch with Bub the ghost dog walked towards the front garden when he saw the mob approaching. The people needed Norman's advice to know if they had found a witch or not.Two tough looking men were holding a girl who was dressed as a very stereotypical looking witch. She had a pointy hat, a long black robe and wore a plastic, long and pointy nose with a wart on it.
Alvin stepped forward, 'We have found a witch, may we burn her?'
'Burn her, burn her!' The crowd cheered.
'How do you know she is a witch?' Norman asked.
'She looks like one!' A man with a baseball cap and a moustache shouted.