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A gargoyle is a grotesque statue. The term can also refer to:
- Gargoyles (novel), a 1967 novel by Thomas Bernhard
- Gargoyles (2001), a 2001 novel by Alan Nayes
- The Gargoyle (novel), a 2008 novel by Andrew Davidson
- The Gargoyle (newspaper), University of Toronto newspaper
- Gargoyle Humor Magazine, University of Michigan magazine
- Gargoyle Magazine, Washington (D.C.) based literary journal
- Gargoyles (comics), a 2006 comic book series from Slave Labor Graphics
- Gargoyle (comics), a Marvel Comics character
Film and television
- Gargoyles (film), a 1972 made-for-TV horror film
- Gargoyle, main villain in the anime series Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water
- Gargoyles (TV series), animated series that ran from 1994 to 1997
- Gargoyle: Wings of Darkness, horror film (USA 2004)
- Reign of the Gargoyles, film (USA 2007)
- Rise of the Gargoyles, a 2009 made-for-TV horror film
- Gargoyles (video game), video game (1996)
- Gargoyles (World of Darkness), a bloodline in Vampire: The Masquerade
- Gargoyle (Dungeons & Dragons), monster from Dungeons & Dragons
- Gargoyle's Quest, a game featuring Firebrand, who is a type of gargoyle known as a Red Arremer.
- The Gargoyle, a song off of Paul Gilbert's 2008 album Silence Followed By A Deafening Roar.
- The Oxford Gargoyles, jazz a cappella group from Oxford University
- Gargoyle, a Japanese thrash metal band.
- Gargoyle Games, British software company successful in the 1980s
- LBD-1 Gargoyle, guided bomb of World War Two
- Gargoyle, NATO reporting name for variant of the S-300 anti-aircraft missile system
- Gargoyle (router firmware), an OpenWrt-based router firmware
- Hurler syndrome was once known as "Gargoylism"
- Gargoyle, a term in the novel Snow Crash, for those continuously online with wearable computers and Google Glass-type recorders in order to record their experiences and sell them in the style of a freelance photographer
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