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I'm just thoroughly confused now. The article says "The story is canon" but is in the Canon-in-training category. I looked it up on Ask Greg, where Greg calls it "canon" so I think the category should be changed, but I'm not sure. -Vaevictis Asmadi

If that is changed, so does the category of the following pages: Canmore, Fiona, Gorlois, Canmore, Angus. -- Supermorff 15:48, 17 March 2007 (CDT)

I'm not going to mess around with it. I'll try to ask Greg to clarify though, when the queue opens. -Vaevictis Asmadi

Despite what I've said in the past (before the comic launched), I view "The Last" as canon-in-training. Right now, the ONLY true canon (as far as I'm concerned) is/are the 65 episodes from the first two seasons and the first two issues of the SLG comic. In a week and a half you can add issue #3. - Greg Weisman

Thank you very much for clarifying the issue, Greg! -Vaevictis Asmadi

The Last

Should the information on the episode "The Last" be moved to a separate article, or should The Last just be a redirect to Team Atlantis? --Doop 11:58, 28 June 2007 (CDT)

Seeing as it was the only wiki-relevant episode from that series, I favor redirect. Jeb 18:50, 28 June 2007 (CDT)

Tidbit and Some Other Thoughts

I personally find it interesting that - in what is almost certainly a complete coincidence - Dr. Joshua Sweet's heritage is very similar to Elisa's. The original movie shows that his father was an African-American army medic and his mother was a member of the Arapaho tribe. IMDB also had his full name listed as "Dr. Joshua Strongbear Sweet." It's something I would like to mention, but I can't figure out where to put it. I could make a "Tidbits" section, but without any other tidbits to go in it, I think it would look kind of strange.

Also, I think we might want to look at rewriting some of the "Is It Canon?" section. As it stands, a more literal minded reader could interpret what the article says as meaning that the events of "The Last" are literally a crossing over od two different realities, which I don't think is the intention. Is there a better way that we could say that while the events of "The Last" may end up being canon, the feature film, the episodes that became "Milo's Return," and any other stories planned for the series that never got much past boarding are not necessarily canon in the Gargoyles Universe? -- Demonskrye 10:48, 24 June 2008 (CDT)


In the summary section, it mentions a character called Obby... but who is that? I don't remember any character from the movie with that name. Is it another name for one of the characters, or a character that only appears in the series? -- Supermorff 16:29, 18 September 2008 (CDT)

Obby was the six-legged lava creature that acted like a dog. He was created for the series and appeared in the video release Milo's Return. I haven't been to the Gathering to see "The Last", so I don't know what part Obby would have played in that, if any. Phil 08:35, 19 September 2008 (CDT)
Ah, okay. Thanks, Phil. That would probably explain why he (she? it?) is listed as having been voiced by Frank Welker. -- Supermorff 13:45, 19 September 2008 (CDT)