A group of teens turned into mutant sharks on rollerblades, who battle the evil Dr. Paradigm and protect the Earth. Especially Fission City. Each member is a different kind of shark, and ... See full summary »
In the present, a team of four anthropomorphic dinosaurs created by aliens, must stop three anthropomorphic velociraptors, who want to cause a cataclysm that would speed up global warming and make Earth's climate pleasant for dinos again.
This sequel series done largely without the original creators' involvement showcases the further adventures of the Manhatten Clan. In this series, the clan now have to deal with a city that knows about them and fears them. This situation is made all the more difficult with the insanely fanatical Jon Canmore, now known as John Castaway, exploiting that fear to form the murderous anti-gargoyle militia, the Quarrymen. With their help of their powerful former enemies and now patrons, the Xanatos family, the clan must try to convince the human population that they mean no harm to the innocent. Written by
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Most Gargoyles (1994) fans refuse to consider this sequel series, with the exception of the pilot, as part of the franchise's continuity. The original Series Creator, who was only involved with the pilot, Greg Weisman, agrees, and is currently writing a comic book continuation of the original syndicated series that removes the majority of events from this series from continuity. See more »
This show ruined Gargoyles for me. The voice actors are still good but without Greg Wiseman (he didn't supervise the show) the hole story just fell apart. Xanatos as a good guy? Lame. He was supposed to be king bad-ass and now he's just lame. And the Quarry men are just rip-offs of the Purity '99 movement from Alien Nation or the Friends of Humanity from X-Men. Avoid it if you like Gargoyles.
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