Gathering of the Gargoyles

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For other uses of the name, see The Gathering.

The Gathering of the Gargoyles is an annual convention run by fans, for fans.

The first Gathering was hosted by Mae Li, in 1997, at the Mayflower Hotel in New York City. [1] Since then, the Gathering has grown and traveled around North America before coming to an end in 2009.

In 2004, events of the Gathering were filmed and included on the Gargoyles: The Complete First Season DVD release.

The Gathering of the Gargoyles was run by The Gathering of the Gargoyles, Inc under its president, Jennifer L. Anderson.

Contents

History

1997: New York City, New York

July 19 - July 21


1998: New York City, New York

August 14 - August 17

  • Con Chair: Batya Levin
  • Special Guests
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator


1999: Dallas, Texas

June 25 - June 27

  • Con Chair: Thomas Revor
  • Special Guests

Greg Weisman Con Journals:


2000: Orlando, Florida

August 4 - August 6

  • Con Chair: Sara Hutchinson
  • Special Guests
    • Thom Adcox, voice of Lexington
    • Vic Cook, storyboard artist
    • Greg Guler, character designer
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator

Greg Weisman Con Journals:


2001: Los Angeles, California

June 22 - June 25

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2002: Williamsburg, Virginia

June 28 - June 30

  • Con Chair: Laurean Leigh
  • Special Guests
    • Greg Guler, character designer
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator

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2003: New York, New York

June 27 - June 29

  • Con Chair: Greg Bishansky
  • Special Guests
    • Thom Adcox, voice of Lexington
    • Vic Cook, storyboard artist
    • Nichelle Nichols, voice of Diane Maza
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator

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2004: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

August 6 - August 8

  • Con Chair: Karine Charlebois
  • Special Guests
    • Keith David, voice of Goliath
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator

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2005: Las Vegas, Nevada

July 29 - August 1

  • Con Chair: Chris Rogers
  • Special Guests
    • Thom Adcox, voice of Lexington
    • Dave Schwartz, art director
    • Dan Vado, president of Slave Labor Graphics
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator

Greg Weisman Con Journals:


2006: Los Angeles, California

June 23 - June 26

  • Con Chair: Jennifer L. Anderson
  • Special Guests
    • Thom Adcox, voice of Lexington
    • Patrick Archibald, storyboard artist
    • Brigitte Bako, voice of Angela
    • Serena Berman, voice of Elyon
    • Samuel Bernstein, writer on W.I.T.C.H.
    • Steve Blum, voice of Blunk
    • Don Cameron, background artist
    • Brynne Chandler, writer
    • Susan Chesler, voice of Cassidy
    • Greg Cipes, voice of Caleb
    • Vic Cook
    • Keith David, voice of Goliath
    • Grey DeLisle, voice of Miranda
    • Liza Del Mundo, voice of Hay Lin
    • Nicole Dubuc, writer on W.I.T.C.H. and Kim Possible
    • Crispin Freeman
    • Jay Fukuto - VP Entertainment, MGA Entertainment
    • Elisa Gabrielli, voice of Obsidiana
    • David Hedgecock, penciller for the Gargoyles Comic Book
    • Kevin Hopps, writer on Hellboy
    • Leslie Jasperson, production manager on W.I.T.C.H.
    • Boyd Kirkland, storyboard artist
    • Kittie, voice of Taranee
    • Gary Krisel, president of Walt Disney TV Animation, 1988-1995
    • Loren Lester, voice of Julian
    • Steve Loter, director on Kim Possible
    • Jymn Magon, co-creator of TaleSpin
    • Jason Marsden, voice of Matt
    • Tracy Martin, voice of Bess Grumper
    • Mark McCorkle, Co-creator of Kim Possible
    • Ginny McSwain, voice director on W.I.T.C.H.
    • Candi Milo, voice of Irma
    • Marianne Muellerleile, voice of Galgheita
    • Ellen Orson, supervising film editor for Season 1
    • Frank Paur, producer
    • Marc Perlman, music editor
    • Wendy & Richard Pini - the creators of ElfQuest
    • Alex Polinsky, voice of Vance Michael Justin
    • Michael Reaves, writer
    • Michael Reisz, voice of Nigel
    • Andrew Robinson, writer on W.I.T.C.H.
    • Fred Schaefer, development associate
    • Bob Schooley, co-creator of Kim Possible
    • Justin Shenkarow, voice of Eric
    • Tad Stones, supervising director/supervising producer on Hellboy
    • Paca Thomas, sound editor
    • Dan Vado, president of Slave Labor Graphics
    • Phil Weinstein, director on Hellboy
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator
    • Jon Weisman, writer on W.I.T.C.H.
    • Mitchell Whitfield, voice of Prince Phobos
    • Many more also attended

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2007: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

June 22 - June 25

  • Con Chair: Nikki Owens
  • Special Guests

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2008: Chicago, Illinois

June 27 - June 30

  • Con Chair: Susan Leonard
  • Special Guests
    • Thom Adcox, voice of Lexington
    • Keith David, voice of Goliath
    • Karine Charlebois, penciller for the Bad Guys Comic Book
    • Josh Silver, entertainment producer and manager.
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator

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2009: Los Angeles, California

August 21 - August 24

  • Co Chairs: Jennifer L. Anderson, Patrick Toman
  • Special Guests
    • Thom Adcox, voice of Lexington; and Phineas Mason/Tinkerer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Kevin Altieri, director on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Jennifer L. Anderson, Letterer for Blue Mug Productions and post-production assistant on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Dee Bradley Baker, voice of Curt Connors on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Steve Blum, voice of the Green Goblin
    • Boswell Bosley, webmaster for Blue Mug Productions
    • Kristopher Carter, composer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Karine Charlebois, penciller for the Bad Guys Comic Book
    • Victor Cook, storyboard artist on Gargoyles, Supervising Producer/Supervising Director on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Mara Cordova, artist for Blue Mug Productions
    • Jennifer Coyle, director on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Keith David, voice of Goliath, Thailog, and Officer Morgan on Gargoyles and the Big Man on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Ben Diskin, voice of Eddie Brock/Venom
    • Nicole Dubuc, writer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Crispin Freeman, voice of Max Dillon/Electro
    • Jay Fukuto
    • Elisa Gabrielli, voice of Obsidiana on Gargoyles and Ashley Kafka on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Sean "Cheeks" Galloway, lead character designer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Greg Guler, character designer
    • Kevin Hopps, writer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Carl Johnson, composer
    • Josh Keaton, voice of Peter Parker/Spider-Man
    • Andrew Kishino, voice of Ned Lee and Kenny Kong on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Bob Kline, character designer, art director, director, producer
    • Phil LaMarr, voice of Joe Robertson and Rand Robertson
    • Pamela Fawn Long, color stylist
    • Vanessa Marshall, voice of Mary Jane Watson
    • Joey Mason, color supervisor on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Michael McCuistion, composer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Doug Murphy, storyboard artist
    • Daran Norris, voice of J. Jonah Jameson and John Jameson/Colonel Jupiter
    • Frank Paur, Supervising Producer on Gargoyles
    • Wendy Pini, creator of ElfQuest
    • RubĂ©n Procopio, sculptor
    • Brad Rader, storyboard artist
    • Michael Reaves, writer and story editor on Gargoyles
    • Lolita Ritmanis, composer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Andrew Robinson, writer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Kalia Sartre, colorist for Blue Mug Productions
    • Marina Sirtis, voice of Demona
    • Robert N. Skir , writer
    • Deborah Strang, voice of Aunt May Parker
    • James Arnold Taylor, voice of Harry Osborn and Frederick Foswell
    • Edmund Tsabard, writer for Blue Mug Productions
    • Matt Wayne, writer on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Phil Weinstein, main title storyboard artist on The Spectacular Spider-Man
    • Greg Weisman, series co-creator and Supervising Producer on Gargoyles, Supervising Producer and Story Editor on The Spectacular Spider-Man

Greg Weisman Con Journals:

2014: Bloomington, Minnesota

July 3 - July 6

    • The Gathering was revived in spirit by CONvergence to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Gargoyles.
    • Special Guests
      • Greg Guler, character designer
      • Frank Paur, Supervising Producer on Gargoyles
      • Marina Sirtis, voice of Demona
      • Greg Weisman, series co-creator
      • Karine Charlebois, penciller for the Bad Guys Comic Book
      • Christopher Jones, artist for the Gargoyles Comic Book

Annual Gathering Events

Radio Play

Every year, fans attending the Gathering of the Gargoyles enjoy the Radio Play. Attendees audition for parts and those chosen get to perform alongside the special guest voice actors. The scripts range from Gargoyles episode and comic scripts to scripts from other shows Greg Weisman has worked on to unproduced show and pilots. [5]

Radio Play Scripts from Past Gatherings

  • 1998 - RAIN OF THE GHOSTS (an unproduced pilot written by Greg Weisman and adapted in 2013 into the first in a planned series of nine novels.)
  • 1999 - THE ROSWELL CONSPIRACIES (a rejected pilot written by Greg Weisman)
  • 2000 - ROUGHNECKS: THE STARSHIP TROOPERS CHRONICLES (the last arc of the series, which Greg Weisman story edited, half of which was unproduced. Written by Greg Weisman, Jon Weisman, Lydia Marano, Cary Bates and Michael Reaves.)
  • 2001 - GARGOYLES: "Hunter's Moon" Part Three (The first Gargoyles related Radio Play. This included scenes that were cut for time from the original. Written by Michael Reaves.)
  • 2002 - TEAM ATLANTIS: "The Last" (Unproduced episode featuring Demona and Fiona Canmore, written by Greg Weisman)
  • 2003 - GARGOYLES: "The Reckoning" (Performed in honor of Gary Sperling, who co-wrote the script with Lydia.)
  • 2004 - GARGOYLES: "The Journey" (Greg Weisman's uncut version of the script.)
  • 2005 - DOC SHAKESPEARE (An unproduced pilot written by Greg Weisman and Sam Bernstein.)
  • 2006 - GARGOYLES: "The Mirror" (written by Lydia Marano and Brynne Chandler Reaves.)
  • 2007 - GARGOYLES: "Clan Building, Chapters III, IV & V: Invitation Only, Masque & Bash" - (from the comic, premiering chapter V before it was published. Written by Greg Weisman.)
  • 2008 - GARGOYLES: "Clan Building, Chapters VII, VIII & IX: The Rock, Rock and Roll & Rock of Ages" - (from the comic, premiering chapter IX before it was published, and told in chronological order. Written by Greg Weisman.)
  • 2009 - THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN MEETS GARGOYLES: "Religious Studies 101: A Handful of Thorns" (An original The Spectacular Spider-Man & Gargoyles crossover. Written by Greg Weisman and the only Radio Play originally written for the Gathering.)
  • 2014 - GARGOYLES MEETS THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN MEETS YOUNG JUSTICE: "Recruits" (An original The Spectacular Spider-Man, Young Justice & Gargoyles crossover. Written by Greg Weisman and the first Radio Play originally written for CONvergence.)
  • 2016 - GARGOYLES MEETS THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN MEETS YOUNG JUSTICE: "The Cosmos" (An original The Spectacular Spider-Man, Young Justice, & Gargoyles crossover. Written by Greg Weisman for CONvergence.)

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