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Michael Norton writes...

Mr Weisman,
1) Did biblical events such as Noah's flood occur in the Gargoyles'Universe?
2) If the Noah's flood did occur, did the Gargoyle race survive on the Ark, or in some other way?

Greg responds...

I haven't given any specific thought to Noah. (Which is surprising, since my Torah portion at my Bar Mitzvah was on the guy, and those early influences usually stick with me.) There was definitely some flood, some basis for the legend in the Garg Universe, but I haven't worked out the details.

But now it's swimming around in my head, so ask me again in a few months.

Response recorded on February 01, 2000

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Siren writes...

Did you ever consider "cat-goyles"? If so, would they might have lived in South America or Africa, since they are the two continents with the most "big" cats?

Greg responds...

Again, what does this mean? I guess you could say Leo is a lionesque gargoyle. Does that count?

What's a cat-goyle?

Response recorded on January 31, 2000

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R. W. E. writes...

"Little Minds", sorry, you're right of course. So, who were/are the little-minded, and what was the foolish consistency which plagued them?

Greg responds...

Not telling now.

Response recorded on January 24, 2000

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Aaron writes...

Forgive me if this has been answered before, but does the Magus have a name or is he just generally known by his title?

Greg responds...

Both.

Response recorded on January 19, 2000

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Joxter the Mighty writes...

Following up the question I just asked, but not sure if this was related or not... Since you had intended to fit in every legend ever, how did you intend to fit in Beowulf?

Greg responds...

I had some Beowulf ideas. But they're pretty raw and unformed.

By the way, has anyone read the novel GRENDEL by John Gardner. (It's the Beowulf story from the monster's POV.) Always liked it.

Response recorded on January 10, 2000

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Aris Katsaris writes...

Had you planned to show us about any of Tom's journeys through the centuries (when he travelled every hundred years to check up on the clan)?

Can you tell us anything about the quests the Avalon must have sent him to (assuming you have thought about the issue ofcourse)?

Greg responds...

Yes and no. I had a few notions (which I won't go into now). On the one hand, given unlimited story telling resources, I would have told those tails. But in a real series, I don't know where they'd fit.

Response recorded on January 10, 2000

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Matt Dymond writes...

Resubmitting this one as required...

Is there any particular backstory as to why Elisa drives her particular make & model of of car (either within the context of the series itself, or a reason one of the writing staff wanted that particular car used?).

Greg responds...

No. We just wanted her to have a cool car.

Of course, knowing me, I might someday come up with a "story behind the car" story. But I don't have one yet.

Response recorded on January 10, 2000

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Joxter the Mighty writes...

Hey Greg,

You've said in the past you intended to fit in every legend and such ever made, right?

1. How would you have fit the men in black in? They are a real legend, but now Warner Brothers has a big ol' licensed series about them... Did you have any plans on this?

Greg responds...

No immediate plans for MIB. And what I said was that given enough time and enough episodes I'd fit in every legend, but that didn't mean I had a working plan to do that yet.

Response recorded on January 10, 2000

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*The Bride of Ringo* writes...

Hi again Greg,

While living in the clock tower, how'd the Gargoyles get food?

~The B of R

Greg responds...

Cautiously.

Response recorded on January 07, 2000

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Airwalker writes...

Would we have seen more of the Golem?

Greg responds...

Ultimately.

Response recorded on January 06, 2000


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