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Prometheus1
Portrayed by:
"What sorcery is this?"
— Behemoth's catchphrase

(hatched July 19, 938[2])

BiographyEdit

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Alternate timelinesEdit

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Physical appearanceEdit

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Psychological profileEdit

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Skills and abilitiesEdit

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EquipmentEdit

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WeaknessesEdit

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RelativesEdit

AppearancesEdit

London GargoylesEdit

  • "How the Gargoyles Got to London"
  • "Hunted"
  • "Human Nature"
  • "Long Time 'til Morning"
  • "Deadly Tools"
  • "The Force of Macbeth"
  • "Public Image"
  • "Brother's Keeper"
  • "Friends In High Places"
  • "Protecting the Castle"
  • "Wild Coyote"
  • "Metamorphosis"
  • "What is Real Anymore?"
  • "Scratches on a Page"
  • "Night of the Gargoyles"
  • "Werefox"
  • "Something Old"
  • "Diabolique's Story"
  • "The Right Thing to Do"
  • "Outfoxed"
  • "Protection"
  • "Copied"
  • "Nothing is as it Seems"
  • "The Cure"
  • "Old Times" (Flashback only)
  • "Upgrades"
  • "Creation"
  • "Stone Sleep"
  • "Avalon"
  • "Old Wounds"
  • "The Loch Ness Monster"
  • "Follow the Leader" (Mentioned only)
  • "Heritage"
  • "Strolling Down the Champs-Élysées"
  • "Grief"
  • "The Heroes of Ulster"
  • "The Grey Goo Scenario"
  • "Lone Target"
  • "The Timeless King" (Mentioned only)
  • "The Eye of the Storm"
  • "Inhumanity"
  • "As Green As It Gets"
  • "Coyotes"
  • "Of Two Minds"
  • "The Return of Oberon"
  • "Bad Future"
  • "The Gathering"
  • "Revenge"
  • "Turf War"
  • "Soul Transference 101"
  • "Offspring"
  • "The Hunter's Moon"
  • "Rise of the Quarrymen"
  • "Invitation Only"
  • "Rock and Roll"
  • "Gargoyle Park"
  • "The Egg and I"
  • "Blind Spot"
  • "The Interview"
  • "Proteus Returns"
  • "Comfort and Joy"
  • "A Handful of Thorns"
  • "Lines of Allegiance"
  • "Raksha Rising"
  • "Generations"
  • "Gherkin and the Phoenix Gate"

The World of GargoylesEdit

  • "Wharf's Night Out"

A Tale of Three BrothersEdit

  • "Three Brothers: Part Five"

Appearances in Other MediaEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • Jimmy Akingbola was considered for Behemoth's voice.
  • Behemoth's production name was Prometheus.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Rudolph Walker voiced Behemoth in the pilot movie, How the Gargoyles Got to London, and was replaced by David Harewood in the series proper.
  2. Confirmed by toy bio.

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