So, I was watching this gif
when I noticed something seemed off.
So, I downloaded the gif to inspect the frame I thought was off.
It was this frame:
See that? His loin cloth doesn’t cover him.
Sure, it could be a simple mis-coloring of a piece of cloth that’s supposed to be below the loose one, but still, it seems pretty suggestive to me.
And this is a kid’s show.
Season 1, Episode 1, “Awakening Part 1”
Our first lesson, featuring a snobby princess Katharine. Don’t worry, she comes around.
Season 2, Episode 15, “The Price”
Nice try, Hudson. I’ll still be needing your skin, though.
“Disney’s Gargoyles inspired my love of complex, serialized storytelling from a young age. It’s why I became a writer.”
Best Incarnation: N/A
Reason: Brooklyn has always been my favorite of the gargoyles, ever since I was little, and I remember getting excited when Goliath named him second-in-command. His character had quite a bit of character development throughout the series’ three seasons, and so he remained my favorite character as I returned to the series as an adult.
He began the series as one of three more ‘childish’ characters, providing a foil to the more serious nature of Goliath and Hudson, but as the series continued, he began to grow, even to the point of giving up his own desires in order to let Broadway and Angela continue on together, happy. He was definitely the right gargoyle to choose as Goliath’s second-in-command, despite the fact that he still learned through the same trial-and-error process as Lexington and Broadway.
This shot is just ridiculously cool.
Decided to search through my archives. Decided thereafter that this needed re-reblogging.
A trial in editing. Idk really.
Also: Broadway is super adorable.