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I was wondering if you could give us some advice on how to spread the word about "Gargoyles". The one potential problem with doing so on the Internet that I can think of is that I want to do so without making it look as if I'm just spamming whatever forum I'm visiting (something that would be more likely to turn people off "Gargoyles", which I obviously don't want). Do you have any suggestions on how we can spread the word without appearing like, say, pesky telemarketers?
I wish I did. But as many of you know, I'm not that facile with computers or the internet. I've learned a lot from your fellow gargoyles fans, but I'm not a regular visitor to fan boards, and I don't know the ettiquette. Obviously, we don't want to come off as spamming someone else's board. But on the other hand, there must be SOME way to say the equivalent of "Hey, I'm a big ElfQuest fan. And I'm also a big Gargoyles fan. If you like ElfQuest, you might like Gargoyles too." I know that sounds pretty transparent, but maybe if one establishes one's creds on this board or that, so that the crowd there knows one and trusts one not to spam, it would help. Maybe.
Aside from your gargoyles related comics work such as the new Gargoyles sequel and the upcoming Bad Guys mini, will we be seeing any more comics written by you?
I hope so. Tell your favorite comic company to contact me.
In your opinion, which one of the newly introduced characters from the Avalon World Tour did you find the most fascinating and interesting? Which ones did you want to further develop and to write more about?
They're all my children. I don't play favorites, and I have plans for all of them.
1. Why did the Archmage-Plus specifically pick Macbeth to serve him alongside Demona other than just following the directions of his future self?
2. How did the Archmage intend to deal with the returning Oberon and his entourage? Could he have fought Oberon off if he had succeeded in taking Avalon from the gargoyles?
3. Who was the greater threat in the Avalon Three Parter? The Weird Sisters or the Archmage?
1. Do you think he needed a better reason? (I do, but I may be a touch smarter than he is.)
2. Not sure he knew about Oberon's pending return.
3. Depends on whether you're the Magus or Goliath.
Hello, I'm a big fan of the show and can't wait to the third issue of the comic arrives. In a previous question, a fan asked if you would ever consider a cross-over and mention several comic related ones. You answered maybe and mentioned that you'd do none of those mention because they are all part of a larger fictional universes (barring an Earth1/Earth 2 type story). What copy-righted character do you think might make a good cross-over with Gargoyles?
There literally isn't a single non public domain character that I'd be psyched to include. None. I'm not saying that a good cross-over story couldn't be written, but my mind just doesn't seem to want to go there. They've all (largely) got their own universes, and are complicated enough without trying to make everything work in concert with ours.
Having said that, there are literally a TON of public domain characters that I'm anxious to begin including. With Macbeth, King Arthur, etc., we've barely scratched the surface.
Enough about WW2 - What was Demona doing in the 1960's/70's?
Uh... the hokey-pokey?
You mentioned that the Wyvern Clan was created mostly from members of the Manhatten clan, who are themselves decended from the old Wyvern Clan. Does this mean that we would meet more survivors from the clan as the series progressed?
No, that's not what it means.
We seen that Demona has a great deal of affection for her child, Angela. Since Samson is a descendant of hers, won't that affect how she feels about him? Or will his similarities affect her normal affection for her kin?
We'll have to wait and see.
When Fox had her name legally changed, did it become "Fox Renard" or just "Fox"?
Just "Fox". (As if that's not enough!)
In Norse mythology, Odin had sacrificed one of his eyes (in most depictions I've seen, his left) to gain wisdom and omniscience. When the Eye of Odin was restored to him, did this have any repercussions on what he had "bought" with it?
The short answer is no. We put a spin on the legend to make it "insight".