Wolf was a member of the Pack, a team of mercenaries whom David Xanatos set up as celebrities, stars of their own TV show.


Descendant of Hakon, the Viking leader who initiated the massacre at Castle Wyvern, Wolf has been one of the Manhattan Clan's most ferocious enemies. He particularly views Goliath as his main rival and adversary.

Wolf was the strongman of the Pack, and, like the others, began to itch for real action. When they gained the opportunity to hunt the gargoyles, Lexington and Goliath, they eagerly jumped on it, luring the pair into a trap and pursuing them across the city. However, Wolf and Fox were captured by the police when their rampage culminated in holding a model hostage in an attempt to escape.[2] They were sent to different cells on Rikers Island Penitentiary.

Wolf remained incarcerated for almost a year, until Coyote he freed him. He challenged the android for leadership of the Pack, but Coyote defeated him with ease. The Pack confronted the Manhattan clan on an abandoned oil tanker, the Otoshiana Maru, but were defeated again. Coyote was destroyed, so Wolf took over the Pack and led them to escape using their former leader's hovercraft.[3]

During the months of their freedom, the Pack was forced to sink to robbing banks under Wolf's leadership, and after a brutal defeat during such a robbery at the gargoyles' hands, they were approached by the disembodied head of Coyote. Acting as a proxy for David Xanatos, he offered them a chance to improve themselves using Xanatos Enterprises' vast technological resources. Wolf had himself mutated into a wolfman.


Wolf after his transformation.

The Pack confronted the Manhattan clan three months later, and, while their new forms made them formidable opponents, they were defeated once more.[4] Xanatos, however, arranged for their freedom, and they were sent to assist the Emir in securing immortality for Xanatos through the Jackal God, Anubis. This resulted in Jackal's transformation into the fay's avatar. Jackal, mad with power, regressed Wolf into a small wolf cub. These effects were undone, but the Pack was left inside as the chamber within the Sphinx where the summoning occurred was collapsed, to prevent Anubis's power from ever being used again. The Pack managed to escape, but all went their separate ways.[5]

Wolf found himself drawn to Wyvern, Scotland, where he made an alliance with the ghost of his ancestor, Hakon. The two made their way to New York City, and attacked Hudson and Goliath. The resulting battle led across Manhattan, and culminated in the final end of Hakon and another defeat for Wolf.[6]


Wolf consistently tried to become the leader of the Pack, but was continually bested by Coyote-by both show of strength, and democracy. ("Leader of the Pack", "Upgrade")

It is unknown whether Wolf has fully mutated or, like the Mutates, is still changing in appearance.


  • Wolf is one of several characters played by an actor who had a role on Star Trek. In this case Clancy Brown who portrayed Zobral in Star Trek: Enterprise episode Dessert Crossing, though this was several years later.
  • In the final battle scene in Upgrade, Wolf's appearance, a human shaped head with gray fur a white beard and long white hair, is briefly replaced with a more canine-shaped head. Wolf's usual appearance is restored in the final scene when the Pack has been rendered unconscious and the cops come to pick them up.


Season 1 Season 2 Season 3

  1. Awakening
  2. Awakening, Part Two
  3. Awakening, Part Three
  4. Awakening, Part Four
  5. Awakening, Part Five
  6. The Thrill of the Hunt
  7. Temptation
  8. Deadly Force
  9. Enter MacBeth
10. The Edge
11. Long Way to Morning
12. Her Brother's Keeper
13. Reawakening

  1. Leader of the Pack
  2. Metamorphosis
  3. Legion
  4. A Lighthouse in the Sea of Time
  5. The Mirror
  6. The Silver Falcon
  7. Eye of the Beholder
  8. Vows
  9. City of Stone, Part One
10. City of Stone, Part Two
11. City of Stone, Part Three
12. City of Stone, Part Four
13. High Noon

14. Outfoxed
15. The Price
16. Revelations
17. Double Jeopardy
18. Upgrade
19. Protection
20. The Cage
21. Avalon, Part One
22. Avalon, Part Two
23. Avalon, Part Three
24. Shadows of the Past
25. Heritage
26. Monsters

27. Golem
28. Sanctuary
29. M.I.A.
30. Grief
31. Kingdom
32. The Hound of Ulster
33. Walkabout
34. Mark of the Panther
35. Pendragon
36. Eye of the Storm
37. The New Olympians
38. The Green
39. Sentinel

40. Bushido
41. Cloud Fathers
42. Ill Met By Moonlight
43. Future Tense
44. The Gathering, Part One
45. The Gathering, Part Two
46. Vendettas
47. Turf
48. The Reckoning
49. Possession
50. Hunter's Moon, Part One
51. Hunter's Moon, Part Two
52. Hunter's Moon, Part Three

  1. The Journey
  2. Ransom
  3. Runaways
  4. Broadway Goes Hollywood
  5. A Bronx Tail
  6. The Dying Of The Light
  7. And Justice For All
  8. Genesis Undone
  9. Generations
10. ...For It May Come True
11. To Serve Mankind
12. Seeing Isn't Believing
13. Angels In The Night

SLG comic books

Gargoyles #1. Clan Building Chapter One: Nightwatch
Gargoyles #2. Clan Building Chapter Two: The Journey
Gargoyles #3. Clan Building Chapter Three: Invitation Only
Gargoyles #4. Clan Building Chapter Four: Masque
Gargoyles #5. Clan Building Chapter Five: Bash
Gargoyles #6. Clan Building Chapter Six: Reunion
Gargoyles #7. Clan Building Chapter Seven: The Rock
Gargoyles #8. Clan Building Chapter Eight: Rock & Roll
Gargoyles #9. Clan Building Chapter Nine: Rock of Ages
Gargoyles #10. Clan Building Chapter Ten: The Gate
Gargoyles #11. Clan Building Chapter Eleven: Tyrants
Gargoyles #12. Clan Building Chapter Twelve: Phoenix

Bad Guys #1. Strangers
Bad Guys #2. The Lost
Bad Guys #3. Estranged
Bad Guys #4. Louse
Bad Guys #5. Strangled
Bad Guys #6. Losers