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    David Hedgecock,Will Terrell,Greg Weisman
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Greg Weisman (Author), David Hedgecock (Illustrator), Will Terrell (Colorist) & 0 more. The issues are illustrated by four different artists: David Hedgecock (issues Nir Paniry ( Karine Charlebois ( and Gordon Purcell (.While none of the artists are bad, there are those illustrators whose art style matches the content more than others' - namely, that of Hedgecock and Charlebois, who exercise familiar and likeable designs well suited to what we remember from the series.

David Hedgecock Greg Guler Nir Paniry Karine Charlebois Gordon Purcell David . Pencil artist: David Hedgecock Color artist: Dustin Evans.

David Hedgecock Greg Guler Nir Paniry Karine Charlebois Gordon Purcell David Hutchison Ben Dunn. Will Terrell Dustin Evans Stephanie Lostimolo Robby Bevard. Gargoyles is a fictional team of characters appearing in comic book series by Slave Labor Graphics and Creature Comics which appeared between 2006 and 2009. It was based on the 1994 animated television series Gargoyles, and was written by series co-creator Greg Weisman. Cover artist: Greg Guler Cover color artist: Stephanie Lostimolo.

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Greg Weisman (born September 28, 1963) is an American writer of comic books, animation and novels and a producer of television shows, as well as a voice actor

Greg Weisman (born September 28, 1963) is an American writer of comic books, animation and novels and a producer of television shows, as well as a voice actor. He is perhaps best known for the animated series Gargoyles, The Spectacular Spider-Man and Young Justice. Weisman is a former English composition and writing teacher.

David Hedgecock is an American comic book artist who provided art for Gargoyles. Hedgecock is a general partner of Ape Entertainment and works as its Director of Finances. Before working with Ape Entertainment, he was a freelance artist, doing such work as design work, role-playing game illustrations, branding and limited web design. Hedgecock currently works with Slave Labor Graphics and Greg Weisman on the Gargoyles comic book as an interior artist.

First Line of Dialogue or Text. Hudson; Lennox MacDuff; Margot Vale; Goliath; Elisa Maza; Alex Xanatos; Lexington; Fox; David Xanatos; Owen Burnett; Broadway; Angela; Brooklyn; Quarrymen. This issue was most recently modified by: Lou Mazzella. Issues in this series have been indexed by: Lou Mazzella.

Be sure to read every chapter of Gargoyles in high-definition at Comicpunch. Author/Artist: Greg Weisman, david Hedgecock, Will Terrell. Genres: action, adventure, fantasy, movies & tv, supernatural. We are the best place to read all and upcoming chapters of Gargoyles online. Publication Run: 2007.

With a new "Gargoyles" comic book forthcoming, under the Slave Labor Graphics/Disney deal, CBR News caught up with series creator Greg Weisman to learn more about the cartoon's past and the series' future, as the comic takes the characters forward

With a new "Gargoyles" comic book forthcoming, under the Slave Labor Graphics/Disney deal, CBR News caught up with series creator Greg Weisman to learn more about the cartoon's past and the series' future, as the comic takes the characters forward. This isn't a reboot or re-imagining: this is the true, canonical future of "Gargoyles.

By Greg Weisman & David Hedgecock. By Greg Weisman & David Hedgecock Stone by day, warriors by night, the Gargoyles were betrayed by those they had sworn to protect. Now in modern Manhattan, the spell that held them frozen for a thousand years is broken, and the Gargoyles live again! In this issue, debate over the Gargoyle menace clogs up New York's airwaves while the shadowy Quarrymen take matters into their own hands.

Greg Weisman, co-creator of Disney's Gargoyles, answers questions from fans and provides his own insights into Gargoyles and other projects in.

Greg Weisman, co-creator of Disney's Gargoyles, answers questions from fans and provides his own insights into Gargoyles and other projects in which he's been involved. 14 December 2016 ·. Nerdist. Christopher Jones Comic Art.

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 Gargoyles live again! In this issue, debate over the Gargoyle menace rages on New York s airwaves, while the shadowy Quarrymen take matters into their own hands. Will an injured Goliath be able to get himself and Elisa to safety before he becomes the Quarrymen s first victim? Based on the popular Disney/Buena Vista animated television series of the 90s, GARGOYLES is back ten years later with original canon stories from series creator Greg Weisman.

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With Gargoyles #2, Greg Weisman completes the story with the exciting conclusion that you may remember when Gargoyles was still on televisin. Issues #1 and #2 re-tell the story of the first episode of the Goliath Chronicles: "The Journey". If you own issue #1, then you need to own issue #2 for the simple fact that it's the conclusion of the story that began in the first issue. Even though this story has ended the journey has only begun because with issue #3 will come all new stories that we've never seen before and will continue every two months.
Negal
One Thousand Years ago...

Superstition and the sword ruled...

It was a time of Darkness...

It was a world of fear...

It was the age of gargoyles!

Now that the existence of gargoyles has been revealed to the world how will our protagonists fit in a world that views them with hate, fear and prejudice? This the second of a two part adaptation of "The Journey" sees further public reactions to the revelation of the gargoyles in the form of a live televised debate between Lennox Macduff (aka Macbeth, King of Scotland) and Margot Yale (now fleshing out in her role as Assistant District Attorney). Margot's sharp tongue spouts a bigoted argument against the gargoyles which writer Greg Weisman cleverly contrasts with scenes of the clan adjusting to life in their new home; at the same time furthering the development of the characters.

But the main action is with a wounded Goliath as he tries to protect himself and Elisa from their pursuing foes - the Quarrymen. This newly formed hate group is fresh on the scent of the big guy's blood and aren't going to let him escape alive. Our leading couple leap across the skyline of New York in a dramatic chase culminating in a climatic battle at the ruins of the old clock tower.

The artwork in this issue is remarkable and vastly improving; Hedgecock seems to be getting the hang of drawing the world of the gargoyles - there are some really stunning moments such an unconscious Elisa lying across Goliath, blood trickling across his face; the Eyrie building reflected beautifully in a puddle, is the safe haven they're trying to reach. Whilst the scenes at the clock tower are quite dark and hard to make out, the writing more than makes up for the lack of action.

Weisman like with "Gargoyles #1|Nightwatch" brilliantly incorporates the script for his final episode into this issue giving it a solid story that succinctly introduces the reader to the gargoyles universe. Whilst "The Journey" was originally written as a farewell story by Weisman (coining Vinnie leaving as analogy of himself leaving the show's production) this revision plays out nicely to start of the new season of "Gargoyles" stories.

From issue #3 it's new stories for all of us...
Zadora
I am not much of a comic book reader myself, but I really like this so far! The art style is interesting and many of the panels are really very well done with interesting angles and nice movement portrayed through the lines and coloring. A round of applause to the wonderfully creative people who have brought this world to life! After reading this issue many times through I am on the edge of my seat waiting for the third book--I cannot wait to see what happens and to explore the new places that Greg and the team behind this series will take us!
Kiaile
So that wraps up the retelling of the episode "The Journey" from the widely hated One Saturday Mornings "The Goliath Chronicles". "The Journey" was the only episode written by the show's origianl creator and considered cannon by the fandom. For those who still don't know, the next issues, starting with #3 brings in the new story arc, the thrid season as it should have been told. This series is headed by one of the original creators of the TV show Gargoyles. Greg Weisman felt the need to use an episode that could both be friendly to new readers and remind the people who may have enjoyed the show but forgot about it, what they've been missing in their lives. Hard core fans will like this, too.

My Review of Issue #2

Let me start by saying. "The Journey" was never one of my favorite episodes. It's too heavy on exposition, and doesn't introduce us to anything new but the Quarrymen. (I'm not a big fan of them either as they sort of hit us over the head with the KKK comparison. I much prefer the Hunters with their own pact of vengeance, a long history to harbor a grudge, and a powerful symbol of hate with it's own story behind it) I understand the need for being friendly to new readers, but there's too much a crash course in Gargoyles back story and not enough a plot. The plot instead consist mostly of Goliath moping around in Issue one followed by he and Elisa running around in Issue 2. Also, one character's turn seems to get treated as the big reveal, and most of us should have seen that coming. Just my two cents, though.

All the same, there were things that more than made up for that. Firstly, I like that this issue doesn't hold back, but still doesn't get gratuitous. The blood from Goliath's injury is enough to show the seriousness of his injury. The TV version would have you think he just got bruised and hit hard. (Although, contrary to that, Elisa looked like she got hit pretty hard with the hammer. Yet, she gets up a little later without much damage?) Secondly, I like Margot Yale showing a lot of promise with being someone who could give Elisa and Matt grief in future story arcs due to her power as both a DA and a Task Force advisor. I imagine she'll start catching on to them helping the gargoyles out if she at all competent! Thirdly, the quips were cute and clever such as Lex's sardonic reply to Fox about her compliment meaning so much. Also, I really like Castaway's line " I don't teach lessons and I don't take prisoners" for no apparent reason. Likewise, Elisa's comment about how it is easier if she stays behind sometimes is one of the best in the episode. She does seem to want to be in action a lot when she isn't exactly needed, but at least she proves to be a help in the clock tower. Thank you for not making her a damsel (Yin often turned into that after you left in The Batman.)

The art is wonderful! I wasn't sure how I liked it at first. But now, as near as I can see everyone was completely on frame in this issue. Guler is finding his nitch I see with the frames on top of frames and angles. He really adds deserved detail to the full spread shots like Elisa and Goliath laying unconscious in the title page and there being a puddle with a reflection of the night sky. (Somehow I was saying "Aww" instead of "oh no!" They just look cute and strangely sensual like that.) Furthermore, I love how much facial expressions add to some panels, such as when Vinnie pull on his hood with such a subtle sadness. Finally, Just like the last issue the juxtaposition of unfounded discrimination with who the gargoyles truly are were nice touches. However, some frames in the end battle, such as the one where Castaway fall out the window, were hard to distinguish, and I don't think that's because of the darkness.

So overall, I hope you see my likes far outweigh my dislikes! I can barely contain myself with the anticipation for the new story. Woo HOO! Ten years later and a new story! I truly hope the next issues are as regular as you said in the letter at the back. Some people seem worried about picking up the book with such a large delay. Still, maybe that's not the case. I got the second to last issue at my local store.