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Gargoyles Clan Building Volume 1 Gargoyles [Reading] ➮ Gargoyles Clan Building Volume 1 Gargoyles ➶ Greg Weisman – Stone by day warriors by night the Gargoyles were betrayed by those they had sworn to protect Now here in modern Manhattan the spell that held them frozen for a thousand years is broken and the Gargoy Stone by day warriors by night the Gargoyles Building Volume MOBI ☆ were betrayed by those they had sworn to protect Now here in modern Manhattan the spell that held them frozen for a thousand years is broken and the Gargoyles live again Based on the popular DisneyBuena Vista animated television series of the s Gargoyles is back with original canon stories from series creator Greg Weisman.

10 thoughts on “Gargoyles Clan Building Volume 1 Gargoyles

  1. M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews says:

    I do wish the art could have been better but this is a pretty fun continuation of the Gargoyles universe

  2. Jill Jill says:

    I've been a huge fan of Gargoyles since it began in 1994 Many of us through the years have retained hope that the series will come back God knows its creator Greg Weisman would be willing But it looks like this comic is all we'll have Thanks for the stories Greg

  3. Ken-ichi Ken-ichi says:

    Gargoyles was easily one of the finest cartoon shows of the 90s and certainly some of the best televised fantasy ever After recently re watching the series I was hankerin' for so I picked up this collection which was written by series creator Greg Weisman It's ok Somewhat ham handed compared to the TV show possibly due to the lack of the amazing voice actors or the steady minimalist draftsmanship from some of the Korean Japanese? animation teams or maybe even the need for subtlety and understatement imposed by a younger audience Still I like the story Weisman is trying to tell even if it is a bit rushed and the delivery leaves something to be desired Thailog lackadaisically stabbing people was particularly groan worthy I think my dream artist for this series would be Wendy Pini who wrote the intro possibly followed by Marc Hempel

  4. Deep Gill Deep Gill says:

    Continues from the end of the Second Season where creator Greg Weisman left the show It follows the convoluted storylines that he wanted to present to us throughout the years In addition to this there are a couple of spinoff comics; very very satisfying to ardent fans of the show in its heyday

  5. Alex Alex says:

    I love the Gargoyles series so very much In my dreams I am Elisa and Goliath is mine 3

  6. Erin Erin says:

    If you are a fan of the 90s Disney cartoon series but hated season 3 The Goliath Chronicles this will be right up your alley The first couple of issues in this collection are identical to the first episode of that season of the show which Greg Weisman wrote; the rest of the graphic is Weisman writing where he wanted to go with the story before it got taken over by another writer basically retconning that part of the show There are some fun plot twists with the IlluminatiI just finished rewatching the show and was happy to continue reading about the characters It's not mind blowing but if you are a Gargoyles fan you will enjoy this graphic Too bad its a collectors item now and hard to get a copy

  7. Tiffany Lynn Kramer Tiffany Lynn Kramer says:

    Since it's unjust cancellation in '97 there has been a gaping hole in my life where Gargoyles once resided Reading this first volume just adds to the hurt I would give anything to watch these events play out on my tv to the voice acting of Keith David Salli Richarson and the rest of that amazing cast The only reason this isn't getting 5 stars is that I can't accept the changes in art style Aside from that is was just what I needed

  8. Q. Q. says:

    Bad art with muddy colours and scratchy lines Characters changed model from one panel to the next Bad action to where the fights were really hard to followNot particularly thrilling and I say this a huge fan who has the whole animated series on DVD

  9. Syrine Grey Syrine Grey says:

    This is a good continuation from season 2 of the series It pulls some strands from the show so it may not be as fulfilling if you have not seen any of it

  10. Erin Erin says:

    I started reading these comics because I uneuivocally loved the TV show Lots of history; lots of mythology; lots of three dimensional flawed likeable characters; lots of racial diversity; a willingness to cover a lot of darker subject matter; female characters who actually got to do stuff; complicated relationships both romantic and platonic that were properly built up and explored and expanded upon; the Best Villain Ever; and of course my hands down favorite romance of all time in the form of ElisaGoliath which is the one and only instance I can recall of seeing the relationship between an ordinary human woman and a supernaturally strong mythological creature ever having been done right Sure it wasn't always perfect but this show was a childhood love of mine for very good reason and is one of the very few childhood favorites I can continue to enjoy well into adulthoodBy and large the comics live up to the promise of the show they were based on Not always perfect but still wildly entertaining with the added lure of nostalgia to boot Things that I liked The story was allowed to get grittier Even as a TV show Gargoyles was really pushing the envelope on a lot of very heavy subject matter from portrayals of racism to violence and death and even a handful of extremely touchy topics such as gun violence but there was always this sense that the need to keep things family friendly was holding it back in a lot of ways Not so here Here we get to see life threatening injuries with actual blood and language that would never have made it onto the show It's still far from gratuitous or over the top gory but it is exactly what this story calls for in this time and this place The audience has grown up and the tale has grown with it in the telling Delilah's character development When she was first introduced I'd just kind of taken it for granted that Delilah was never going to be a strong character not through any fault of her own but I never gave any real thought to the possibility of her having her own will or any sort of larger role in the story So holy hell did I cheer when she stood up for her right to make her own choices and in the same breath gave the old one finger salute not only to Thailog but also to our heroes who in their own way were trying to control her just as much as Thailog was I'd still like some sort of acknowledgement somewhere down the road that Delilah was for all practical purposes a brainwashed sex slave created for Thailog's exploitation but this was still an important step in that direction and it was amazing view spoilerBrentwood's Face Heel Turn Having free will does not automatically mean making wise decisions and I liked that all of the clones were not on the same page and that Goliath recognized and defended that even though he was seriously wounded and even though it had the potential to cause the clan serious trouble in the future because recognizing and respecting free will was simply that important hide spoiler

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