Gargoyles #9
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Gargoyles #9

Writer: Greg Weisman Artist: George Kambadais Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: September 13, 2023 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 2
7.4Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

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With a district attorney intent on proving that Gargoyles should not be considered people, Goliath will rely on influential human friends to speak on his behalf, including the love of his life, NYPD Detective ELISA MAZA...

  • 9.0
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Sep 13, 2023

    Kambadais delivers fantastic art in the issue as always. The courtroom drama is as visually compelling as the action in previous issues and I love how the reveal at the end is handled. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Adam Barnhardt Sep 13, 2023

    Gargoyles #9 is an issue that'd make Matt Murdock blush. Not only does Greg Weisman write a trial (or hearing) accurately, he manages to keep this low-octane issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    The Comicbook Dispatch - batfan1992 Sep 13, 2023

    While Gargoyles #9 is lacking in terms of action, it does do a good job of re-examining themes from the show, such discussing whether gargoyles possess sentience and if theyre deserving of rights the same as humans. The characters are depicted consistent with how theyve been portrayed in this comic thus far and in the first two seasons of the show. How might this trial turn out? And what other surprises might be in store? Read Full Review

  • 6.4
    COMICON - Benjamin Hall Sep 15, 2023

    The court hearing starts to prove Goliath, in ‘Gargoyles' #9, and his species have sentience. Goliath's human allies come to his defense. Yet, can they overcome a district attorney who is seemingly on a mission of hate? Also what are the opinions of Goliath's clan? Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Sep 15, 2023

    GARGOYLES #9 puts the simmering mob war on the back burner and slows the overall pacing down for Goliaths hearing to determine if gargoyles deserve protection under the law. Weisman presents a reasonably solid hearing, and Kambadaiss art is decent enough, but this is not a thrilling issue by any stretch. Read Full Review

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