Lexington (sometimes called Lex for short) is a character in the television series Gargoyles. He is one of the Trio, with the other two being Brooklyn and Broadway, as well as a member of the Manhattan Clan and a survivor from the Wyvern Clan. He is voiced by Thom Adcox-Hernandez.
Lexington is into technology and dreams of becoming a scientist. He became the clan's technical expert, taking leadership in accessing data from computers and so on whenever the clan needed help with such things. He, along with Brooklyn and Broadway, are highly reminiscent of The Three Stooges.
Lexington likes investigating the many devices of the modern world. He drove Vinnie's motorcycle (with some disastrous consequences). He also learned how to build his own, constructing a motorcycle for Brooklyn out of spare parts and rebuilding the Pack's helicopter to make it more effective.
Aside from being a genius, Lexington developed a great hatred of the Pack after they hunted him and Goliath (after Lex had only wanted to make friends outside the clan).
Lexington is the smallest and, presumably, the youngest gargoyle of the clan. He has olive-colored skin, a hairless head, and pierced wings that allow him to wear a dark blue loincloth held up by a black belt. His most distinguishing feature is his wings, which are attached to his arms in a web-like structure, evocative of the wings of a flying squirrel.
In Future Tense, Lex was injured and was heavily repaired with cybernetics to replace the parts of his body that were too damaged or missing.
In the "Future Tense" world created by Puck, Lexington initially appeared as part of the resistance against Xanatos. It was later revealed, however, that Xanatos had died years before, and Lexington - using the Xanatos Program as a front - had conquered the city and set in motion an unstoppable plan of world conquest. Of course, it turned out to be all a dream created by Puck to get Goliath to hand over the Phoenix Gate so he could bribe Oberon for his freedom from being summoned to the Gathering.
- His human form is the only form of his shown to include hair.
- Lexington at GargWiki