GARGOYLE

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Carola

Species: Unclassified gargoyle; Type: Supernatural
Wingspan:: 14 ft (4 m, est); Height: 7 ft (2.1 m, est); Weight: 400 lb (182 kg, est)
Attributes: Bite, claws, flight
Powers: Shape shift from gargoyle to human, turn into stone
Intelligence: Average; Air Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: Gargoyle babies, Preston; Enemies: Preston, humanity
Film: Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990)
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Description: It's a little complicated, but it appears that at least one variety of Gargoyle reproduces with humans. Apparently, should a human make a promise to one, it can change shape into a human and make babies, but once that promise is broken, the soup is on, so to speak, and their natural Gargoyle shape returns. Usually, this takes about three minutes.
Review:
Moria


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Eagle Gargoyle

Type: Animated gargoyle
Wingspan: 30 ft (9 m, est); Weight: 6 tons (est)
Attributes: Beak, claws, made of steel, flight
Powers: None revealed
Intelligence: Animal; Air Speed: Fast
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010)
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Description: This flying eagle Golem was once a building's Gargoyle; it was animated by a human sorcerer to use as a steed.
Review:
Roger Ebert
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Gargoyle

Species: Unclassified humanoid; Type: Supernatural
Height: Up to 8 ft (2.4 m, est); Weight: Up to 1,600 lb (727 kg, est)
Attributes: By weapon type, martial arts, made of stone, flight
Powers: Turn into Gargoyle or human forms
Intelligence: Average; Air Speed: Fast
Kaiju Level: One (welterweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: Gargoyles, humanity; Enemies: Demons
Film: I, Frankenstein (2014)
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Description: Locked in a seemingly never-ending struggle with some low ranking Demons, these angelic Gargoyles needed the help of an unexpectedly dashing Frankenstein's monster to tilt the odds back in their favor and save mankind. When will someone come to save the frogs?
Review:
Roger Ebert

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