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1) What year was Brendan born?
2) What year was Margot born?
1962 for both.
How old is Maria Chavez?
Maria was 38 by the end of 1996.
How old is Jeffrey Robbins?
Robbins was 60 at the end of 1996.
How old is Morgan?
By the end of 1996, Morgan was 37. So if he's alive today, he's @43.
Quick question, what's Bruno been up to since "Monsters", do you have any more plans for him?
He's still working for Xanatos. Probably had to gather a new security team.
And there are always plans.
The Space-spawn seem very interesting to me so a few questions on them...
(1) You once said that the key to creating a good villian is to make them a thematic nemesis to the hero, how would the Space-Spawn accomplish this?
(2) Would you make the Space-Spawn culturaly distinctive as you made gargoyles?
1. Fair question. But I don't yet have the answer, though a number of ideas are roiling around in my head.
2. One would hope.
How old is Vinnie?
Fang: "How many gargoyles does it take to screw in a lightbulb?"
"I don't know, how many would it take to pound you into kitty paste?"
How many gargoyles does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
None since screwing lightbulbs aren't part of the gargoyles way.
And you're entered. Thanks.
How old is Renard?
Renard was 68 at the end of 1996.
How old is Vogel?
Vogel was 36 at the end of 1996.
What was Anastasia maiden name?
What year was Hakon born?
Ok, stupid human technology! Sorry, had to get that out off my chest. The computer is going really slow and I'm trying not to look at the screen because I'll type the same word about a thousand times before it'll come up. So anyway a question.
In the future (if there is any for Gargoyles) will the computers be just as slow as they are now or will humans finally catch up with the rest of the universe and stop all these annoying problems? Thank You.
Uh... there are always improvements. And with most improvements come glitches that create problems that must be solved by improvements, etc.
I was just wondering what you thought of the Gathering 2001 Music CD.
Have you ever played Gargoyles on Sega Genesis?
No. I don't have Sega Genesis. And I rarely play video games. Poor hand-eye coordination, don't you know.
Hi, are you really planning to release Gargoyles on DVD? If you are planning to release Gargoyles on DVD, are you planning to sell all the episodes of Gargoyles on DVD in a 6 disc pack? (Or however many discs it takes to put 78 episodes on) It would be neat to have a collotor's edition of Gargoyles in one case with all the discs with the episodes in order. I would be great for any Gargoyle fan. I hope that comes true. That would be great! Thanks for reading!
It's not up to me. I'm hoping that eventually Disney decides to do some kind of DVD release. But that's there call, not mine.
You said Fiona was a hunter, was her twin-brother?
1) Did the "Renaissance Hunter" (the one from 1495) have a name?
2) If yes, what was it?
2. Blank Canmore.
What are odd numbers
Gee. Not sure. Do they have any relation to odd questions?
Even though the only episode of The Goliath Cronicles you worked on was The Journey, did you see all the episodes of The Goliath Cronicles?
I've seen the other twelve Chronicle episodes exactly once each.
At the end of H.G. Well's 'The Time Machine', the question was posed: "What three books would you take with you [to form a new society]?"
What would be
a. your three choices?
Forming a new society is so outside the scope of my ambitions or desires, it's hard for me to answer on the spur of the moment for myself let alone for the others.
Ultimately, I'd have to include the complete works of Shakespeare, something by Faulkner and something (probably) "The Blue Hammer" by Ross Macdonald. But then there's Stoppard's "Arcadia". Hmmm. I don't know.
When was Bodhe's son, MacBodhe, killed?
Hold on, I'll check.
Was Gargoyles animated in the widescreen version? I know Gargoyles is a TV show, so it was meant to be seen in standard version on a standard TV, but I know movies like The Lion King II Simba's Pride was direct to video, and never shown in theaters, but there is a widescreen version of the movie. Thanks, I just was curious.
P.S. What do you think of both Lion King movies?
No. Gargoyle's aspect ratio was strictly designed for the tv set.
I thought the first Lion King was wonderful. (Not perfect, but wonderful.) And the opening still gives me chills, despite the fact that at one NATPE, I must have seen it five hundred times in one day.
As for the second one, I've never seen the whole thing. Just glimpses here and there, so it's not fair for me to comment.
In 2198 will we meet any of Sevarious' descendants?
If so, what will their name be, and what role would they play?
Not saying at this time.