Saturday morning's grim Gargoyles gang gets a badass digital makevover

Deviant artist Digital Tofu resurrects Goliath, Demona, Brooklyn and the rest of the Scottish stone sentinels along with their trusted guardian detective, Elisa Maza.  The Manhattan Clan has been given a slick pixilated polish, rendered digitally with dramatic flair.  Disney's dark Gargoyles animated series ran from 1994-1997 in its three-season, 78-episode run with memorable voice talent provided by Keith David, Trek's Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis and others. 

Anyone up for a live-action Gargoyles feature?  Yes, please! 

Strap on your fanny pack, lace up the Air Jordans, and have a look...

(Via Geeks Are Sexy)

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