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This was a piece of fiction written by Greg Weisman, in which [[Goliath]] began telling Elisa about one of his rookery sisters. The story is non-canon, and based on the timeline and Elisa not yet telling Goliath she loved him, already contradicted by canon. But elements of it might some day end up canonical.
This was a piece of fiction written by Greg Weisman, in which [[Goliath]] began telling Elisa about one of his rookery sisters. The story is non-canon, but elements of it might some day end up canonical.
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This page contains a list of all Gargoyles episodes. Note that, here, "episodes" is taken to mean all episodic stories set within the Gargoyles universe, whether they are televised or released in another format, such as comic book issues.

Canon episodes

The following episodes are part of the show's canon, according to creator Greg Weisman. These include the original sixty-five televised episodes of the series (produced by Disney under the name Gargoyles), as well as issues from the comic book continuation and spin-offs, published by Slave Labour Graphics.

Season 1 episodes

The first series, comprising thirteen episodes, serves as an introduction to the Gargoyles universe. After their clan is massacred in 10th century Scotland, six gargoyles, led by Goliath, are frozen in stone for one thousand years and awakened again in Manhattan in 1994. During the season, they come to terms with their new surroundings, establish themselves as a new Manhattan Clan of gargoyles, and establish Manhattan as their new protectorate.

  1. "Awakening Part One"
  2. "Awakening Part Two"
  3. "Awakening Part Three"
  4. "Awakening Part Four"
  5. "Awakening Part Five"
  6. "The Thrill of the Hunt"
  7. "Temptation"
  8. "Deadly Force"
  9. "Enter Macbeth"
  10. "The Edge"
  11. "Long Way To Morning"
  12. "Her Brother's Keeper"
  13. "Reawakening"

Season 2 episodes

Fifty-two new episodes were produced for the show's second season, and the creators took on the job of expanding the Gargoyles universe. Many new characters were introduced, both allies and antagonists of the Manhattan Clan, as well as many new locations (much of the latter half of the season was occupied with the Avalon World Tour, taking a handful of characters to every corner of the globe). Even more so than the first season, this season relied heavily on strong continuity, and many characters were drastically changed by its finale.

  1. "Leader of the Pack"
  2. "Metamorphosis"
  3. "Legion"
  4. "A Lighthouse in the Sea of Time"
  5. "The Mirror"
  6. "The Silver Falcon"
  7. "Eye of the Beholder"
  8. "Vows"
  9. "City of Stone Part One"
  10. "City of Stone Part Two"
  11. "City of Stone Part Three"
  12. "City of Stone Part Four"
  13. "High Noon"
  14. "Outfoxed"
  15. "Revelations"
  16. "Double Jeopardy"
  17. "Upgrade"
  18. "Protection"
  19. "The Cage"
  20. "The Price"
  21. "Avalon Part One"
  22. "Avalon Part Two"
  23. "Avalon Part Three"
  24. "Shadows of the Past"
  25. "Heritage"
  26. "Kingdom"
  27. "Monsters"
  28. "Golem"
  29. "Sanctuary"
  30. "M.I.A."
  31. "Grief"
  32. "The Hound of Ulster"
  33. "Walkabout"
  34. "Mark of the Panther"
  35. "Pendragon"
  36. "Eye of the Storm"
  37. "The New Olympians"
  38. "The Green"
  39. "Sentinel"
  40. "Bushido"
  41. "Cloud Fathers"
  42. "Ill Met By Moonlight"
  43. "Future Tense"
  44. "The Gathering Part One"
  45. "The Gathering Part Two"
  46. "Vendettas"
  47. "Turf"
  48. "The Reckoning"
  49. "Possession"
  50. "Hunter's Moon Part One"
  51. "Hunter's Moon Part Two"
  52. "Hunter's Moon Part Three"

SLG episodes

Ten years after the show was originally cancelled, the storyline was picked up in a comic book series, written by Greg Weisman and published by Slave Labor Graphics.


  1. "Nightwatch"
  2. "The Journey"
  3. "Invitation Only"
  4. "Masque"
  5. "Bash"
  6. "Reunion"
  7. "The Rock"
  8. "Rock & Roll"
  9. "Rock of Ages"
  10. "The Gate"
  11. "Tyrants"
  12. "Phoenix"

Gargoyles: Bad Guys

Gargoyles: Bad Guys is a spin-off series, charting the adventures of Hunter, Dingo, Matrix, Yama and Fang as they seek both freedom and redemption. Issue One hit the shelves on November 29th, 2007. Written by Greg Weisman and pencilled by Karine Charlebois.

  1. "Strangers"
  2. "The Lost"
  3. "Estranged"
  4. "Louse"
  5. "Strangled"
  6. "Losers"


"Once Upon A Time There Were Three Brothers..."

This was a piece of fiction written by Greg Weisman as something of a lead-in to the "Dark Ages" spin-off. It is not canon, though many elements of it have found their way into the canon over time.

"The Last"

A Gargoyles cross-over episode was planned for the series Team Atlantis, written by Greg Weisman and featuring several of the series' original voice cast. With the cancellation of Team Atlantis, it never fully materialised. Large parts of it are not canon, as certain details contradict elements of one or the other Universe. However, parts of it have and will continue to end up in future canon. For instance, Fiona Canmore first appeared in "The Last", but did not become canon until "Losers".


This was a piece of fiction written by Greg Weisman, in which Goliath began telling Elisa about one of his rookery sisters. The story is non-canon, but elements of it might some day end up canonical.

"Religious Studies 101: A Handful of Thorns"

This cross-over between "The Spectacular Spider-Man" and Gargoyles was produced as a Radio Play for the thirteenth and final Gathering of the Gargoyles in Los Angeles, California. Again, although it was written by Greg Weisman, the Radio Play is non-canonical, though elements of it might end up in future canon.

Apocrypha stories

The following stories are not a part of Gargoyles canon. In many cases they were produced with little input from the production staff behind the original series.

The Goliath Chronicles episodes

Immediately following the original cancellation of the series Gargoyles on Disney, it was picked up for a continuation on ABC and rebranded as The Goliath Chronicles. Much of the production staff was changed, although Greg Weisman did pen the first episode (which was later adapted into the first two issues of the SLG comic). The episodes were marked by a weaker continuity, poorly developed characters (both for new additions and old cast members), and an over-emphasis on providing the series with closure. Thirteen episodes were aired, from 1996 to 1997.

  1. "The Journey"
  2. "Ransom"
  3. "Runaways"
  4. "Broadway Goes to Hollywood"
  5. "A Bronx Tail"
  6. "The Dying of the Light"
  7. "And Justice For All"
  8. "Genesis Undone"
  9. "Generations"
  10. "...For It May Come True"
  11. "To Serve Mankind"
  12. "Seeing Isn't Believing"
  13. "Angels in the Night"

Marvel Comic issues

A Gargoyles comic book was published by Marvel Comics during the original run of the series. Eleven issues were produced.

  1. "Fiends In High Places"
  2. "Always Darkest Before Dawn"
  3. "Rude Awakening"
  4. "Blood From A Stone"
  5. "Venus In Stone"
  6. "Venus Rising"
  7. "The Pack Attacks"
  8. "Terror In Times Square"
  9. "The Egg And I"
  10. "Out of the Past"
  11. "Into the Future"

Disney Adventures stories

A number of short comics featuring the cast of Gargoyles were published in Disney's digest-sized magazine, Disney Adventures.

  1. "A Study in Stone"
  2. "Stone Cold"
  3. "Take the A Train"
  4. "Cyber Hunt"
  5. "All Hallows' Eve"
  6. "Lost in the Fun House"
  7. "All in a Night's Work"
  8. "The Experts"
  9. "Lines of Allegiance"