History YMMV / Gargoyles

7th Apr '16 3:18:34 PM Thorion
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* SpiritualAdaptation: "The Hound of Ulster" is essentially an adaptation of the debut of TheMightyThor in JourneyIntoMystery #83. A modern person discovers an old stick/cane underground which turns out to be the disguised weapon of a mythological god/hero, which transforms him into said god/hero. Greg regrets this similarity.
5th Mar '16 8:19:36 AM DrPsyche
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** When he gains the power of Anubis, Jackal mocks his former teammates, Wolf and Hyena, before turning them into infants. Was this ForTheEvulz and just Jackal testing what his power could do, or by not killing them like Coyote 3.0, was it a PetTheDog moment where he removed them as an enemy but did so non-fatally?
21st Feb '16 7:53:37 PM SirSapphire
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** Poor Brooklyn just can't catch a break. Even the one good thing that does happen to him (being named Goliath's second) just makes his life ''that much worse.''
17th Jan '16 1:21:40 AM vexer
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** The opening theme for "Chronicles" is also quite [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUovZcwAVUc epic]]
27th Nov '15 6:30:49 AM JoieDeCombat
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* IdiotPlot: In a way ''Deadly Force'', an otherwise very powerful and gripping episode, revolves around this as it requires Elisa, an experienced police officer, to be stupid enough to leave her gun lying around loaded for anyone, in this case Broadway, to find, who then accidentally shoots and almost kills her because he has no idea of how dangerous guns actually are. This causes grief for Elisa later on when an annoying partner is forced on her by her idiot chief because of it.

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* IdiotPlot: In a way ''Deadly Force'', an otherwise very powerful and gripping episode, revolves around this as it Force'' requires Elisa, an experienced police officer, to be stupid careless enough to leave her gun lying around loaded for anyone, out in this case Broadway, to find, who then accidentally shoots and almost kills the open in her because he has no idea of how dangerous guns actually are. This causes grief for apartment. Elisa later on when an annoying partner is forced on herself admits after the fact that it was stupid of her by not to properly secure her idiot chief because of it. weapon.
27th Nov '15 6:03:10 AM Nakuyabi
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** In fact, since it's based mainly in Manhattan, the World Trade Center towers in general feature prominently in the background of a ''lot'' of scenes from this series, and sometimes in the foreground: Puck played some of his best pranks in "The Mirror" from atop those towers, for instance. This can get a bit awkward these days when showing the series to anyone too young to remember 9/11.
21st Oct '15 10:11:10 PM LBHills
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Most of the music in the show qualifies for this, but the opening theme is a fan favorite.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Most of the music in the show qualifies for this, but the opening theme - with its heavy, ominous drums and Gothic fanfare - is a fan favorite.
6th Oct '15 10:16:51 PM remtar85
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** Derek's desire for revenge against Goliath after his mutation included being highly aggressive towards his own sister, believing she was siding with Goliath and making it clear he wanted to kill Goliath and she couldn't prevent it forever. Never, not once, does he even consider the possibility that his own sister that he loves and who loves him and who grew up together with him, may actually be right about Xanatos being the one who caused Derek's mutation. Add to this the fact that she had been trying to warn him about Xanatos long before this and even gave him proof of Xanatos' misdeeds in a recorded tape, that he clearly never bothered to listen to, instead choosing to trust Xanatos more than his own sister, and not only does he fit this trope, but his ending up mutated was mostly his own fault.
1st Oct '15 5:11:34 PM Austin
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* StrangledByTheRedString: One episode involves Brooklyn, Broadway and Lexington competeing for Angela's affections, and the episode ends without her choosing anyone. A later episode has her hooking up with Broadway, but there's not very much development of their relationship before that happens.
18th Aug '15 8:10:03 AM Rjinswand
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* {{Memetic Sex God}}dess: The series has a lot of attractive characters, but [[EvilIsSexy Demona]] takes the cake here.
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