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I was watching Gilmore Girls the other night and I realized that I've neglected to mention a show that was a subconscious influence on Gargoyles.
I LOVE LUCY
Here was a series set in Manhattan that periodically took its main characters on trips to other 'more exotic' locations. Like Europe, Cuba, Hollywood, etc.
Just thought I should mention it.
LIGHTBULB CONTEST: You may wanna close you'r kids's eyes.
Fang: "How many Gargoyles does it take to screw in a lightbulb?"
Goliath: I have no time for these games!
Fang: 69! Get it! HAHAHAHAHAHA!
(Hey, it's Fang)
"Hey, Goliath? How many Gargoyles does it take to screw in a lightbulb?"
"I wouldn't know. I have never seen it done."
Will Fox ever become an actress again?
She never really was one. More of a gladiator. But anything's possible.
I don't know if any one else pointed this out but, "Nicholas Natsilane Maza is a scion of both the Natsilane and Maza families (which technically makes him a distant relative of Delilah's)", if this is true then that means Samson is a "distant relative of Delilah's" also, through Demona's bloodline/DNA.
Do you think you're better than Rob Leifeld?
I was just watching Light House on the Sea of Time, and it sparked a memory. I couldn't read/write until I was fifteen years old; I was completely illiterate. My parents had taken me out of public school and home schooled me for a long time because of this, they had tried several different programs and nothing seemed to work. That was the year I saw Light House on the Sea of Time for the first time, and it really inspired me to want to read. I started a new read program that year, and I finally learned how to read. Now I can't imagine my life with out being able to read, I write short stories for fun, I joined the school newspaper, I LOVE reading. So. Thanks for helping me with that first step.
That may be the coolest thing I've ever heard with regards to the series. It's a cliche, but we always said that if we could help one person to learn to read...
Thanks for telling me that.
What does Grimorum Arcanorum mean?
"Magic Book", I believe.
In Awakening pt2 Xanatos says the Magus wrote the whole story in the Grimorum Arcanorum, but we know that he learned about castle Wyvern from Demona. So…
1) Did the Magus really write about when he turned the gargoyles to stone?
If the answer to one is affirmative, then…
2) At what point did the Magus end the story? (i.e. did he write up until they left for Kenneth's castle or did he write more then that?)
3) Did the gargoyles ever read the story?
4) Could the gargoyles read the story? (I'm guessing if the Magus wrote the story it was in Latin, and Brooklyn at one point said something about knowing some Latin, but could Goliath or Lex read Latin?)
5) What else did the Magus right about?
2. It wasn't a diary, but a magical record. But to the extent that he was adding to the Grimorum that might have included the preparations for the trip to Avalon.
3. I don't know.
4. Goliath could. But the Magus may not have written in Latin. I'm not sure.
5. He was right about a lot, but wrong about a lot too.