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Fang Gargoyles
Fang
Background information
Feature films
Television programs Gargoyles
Video games
Park attractions
Actor
Actress
Animators
Voice Jim Belushi (Second and final animation appearance); Jonathan Frakes (first appearance)
Performance model
Designer Greg Weisman
Inspiration
Awards
Character information
Other names
Personality Notorious, thuggish
Appearance Human hybrid of puma, bat, and electric eel with brown skin, white sleeveless shirt, blue underwear
Occupation Member of the Labyrinth Clan
Alignment
Alignment Bad
Affiliations
Goal To escape prison
Home Labyrinth
Family
Friends Claw, Talon
Enemies Goliath, Elisa, Brooklyn, Bronx, Broadway
Minions
Likes Escaping
Dislikes Getting arrested
Powers and abilities Electricity, flying
Weapons Electric hands
Fate Gets re-imprisoned by Talon then later gets into poor conditions with Yama
Typical Saying "Come back here fightin' like a man!"
Fang is a major antagonist and apparently a mutant from the animated series Gargoyles. Beginning in the episode "Metamorphosis", he, along with Claw and Talon, are revealed by a mad scientist named Anton Sevarius. While Fang is apparently a despicable thug, the others (Maggie, Claw, and Talon) are actually heroic. He is voiced by Jim Belushi.

CharacteristicsEdit

Fang is usually based on a puma with the elements of an electric eel (as mentioned by Sevarius).

AppearancesEdit

MetamorphosisEdit

Fang made his first appearance in this episode, seen along with Claw and Maggie, being revealed by Dr. Anton Sevarius. He later escapes with the other mutants. While Fang spoke once in this episode, his name is not mentioned.

The CageEdit

While trying to meet her brother Derek Maza, Elisa and Goliath are ambushed by Claw and Fang who are summoned by Talon to kill Goliath. He and the other mutants are seen having a conversation about the memory about their escape from the Xanatos Corporation.

He is also known for harassing Hudson who was chained up in the Clock Tower about Goliath being unable to return. As Broadway, Brooklyn, and Lexington are talking about Hudson trying to stay up, Fang and Claw began attacking Broadway and Lexington. He is also seen chasing Brooklyn who was trying to escape. Brooklyn was able to fight back and was soon chained up.

While in the lab of Sevarius, Fang grabbed him until he is told to release him. He feels the same way like Talon about his long past caring about the antidote by Sevarius.

KingdomEdit

He is known for harassing a helpless elderly citizen named Al and is soon confronted by Brooklyn in the Labyrinth. He is alerted by Talon about protecting instead of exploiting, and is soon harassing with Maggie about talking to himself.

Fang is also despicable for harassing some of the guards near the gun booth and is later confronting with Talon about being king and has soon kidnapped Maggie. He soon ends up in a breakdown after Maggie has escaped and soon starts harassing Talon after Maggie has escaped.

Maggie tries to rescue Derek, but is captured by Fang. Fang is soon arrested.

The ReckoningEdit

Fang gets imprisoned for a short while for his crimes as Demona is lying down in her bed unconscious. After he escapes, he gets chased by Talon for escaping and is shot down by him. He is later arrested after being shot down near the roller coaster.

ComicsEdit

The Lost, Estranged, LouseEdit

He remained prisoner since his arrest in "The Reckoning", alongside Thug. Sevarius ended up releasing him and then assisting him, then Fang and Sevarius ended up capturing many humans. Then later on, he ended up capturing Yama and Hunter in the sewers and delivered them back to Sevarius during New Year's Eve in order to make them partygoers. He tried to use the CV-1997 Carrier Virus, but is soon defeated the Redemption Squad.

Back then, Fang and the Squad had returned back to the Labyrinth, but Sevarius isn't there. There, he and the Squad found that Tasha (an armadillo mutant) was causing suicide. He was almost killed by Yama and Hunter while trying to crack some jokes and this retaliation caused Fang and Yama in poor condition.

TriviaEdit

  • Although Fang was voiced by Jim Belushi, Jonathan Frakes gave him only one speaking line in his first appearance.
  • His real name is Fred Sykes, which is named after the Disney villain Bill Sykes, a character from the animated film Oliver & Company.