The series was known for its complex story arcs & drama, a prime example being the controversial first-season episode "Deadly Force," which addressed the consequences of gun violence, including a graphic depiction of the wounds of a gunshot victim. It became deeply meshed with medieval history, particularly kings & princes from medieval Scottish history, & other European mythologies.
Last Episode03x13 Angels In The Night Aired: Feb. 15, 1997
While attempting to save a little girl trapped in a construction site, they realise it was a trap, set by the Quarrymen. They believe they are …
Series Fun Facts
- Originally David's last name was Xavier but Greg Weisman worried that he would be associated with the Marvel Comics hero Charles Xavier/Professer X, who was then appearing in the animated
[show]Originally David's last name was Xavier but Greg Weisman worried that he would be associated with the Marvel Comics hero Charles Xavier/Professer X, who was then appearing in the animated X-Men series. He took most of the name Xanatos from the Greek deity of death Thanatos, but kept a similar sound to Xavier in it with the first initial. The character was also originally going to be the descendant of the wizard who froze the Gargoyles in their stone forms. (Wolf was eventually the character who was an enemy descended from an enemy of the past, Hakon.)
- Unlike other cartoons on television during the time, this is the only one that follows a continuing storyline and features references to events in past episodes.
- Jonathan Frakes' wife was pregnant with their child at the same time as his character's wife Fox was in the series.