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Paul Gulacy

29 novembre 2008


Born 1953
Nationality American
Area(s) Penciller
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Paul Gulacy is an American comic book illustrator.

Among the many other titles Gulacy has drawn, in his characteristic neo-Steranko style, are Batman: Prey, Green Lantern: Dragon Lord, Batman: Outlaws, Eternal Warrior, Star Wars: Crimson Empire, and Catwoman as well as two later series with Moench, Slash Maraud and Six from Sirius, and one of the first American graphic novels, Eclipse Enterprises’ 1978 Sabre: Slow Fade of an Endangered Species, with writer Don McGregor. Gulacy and Moench later returned to the Shang Chi, Master of Kung Fu character.

Recent work includes True Believers with Cary Bates.[1]

Table of Catwoman

Table of Catwoman

Biography

Gulacy started at Marvel Comics in the 1970s where he is best known for his work on Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu (written by Doug Moench). After one of the early graphic novels, Sabre (1978), he dropped out of sight. In 1984 he returned to produce the creator-owned Six from Sirius under Epic Comics. He continued producing mainly science-fiction and his own characters until the end of the eighties apart from a few works with a pulp sensibility (Valkyrie, Shanna) when he started working on existing characters again in 1988. In the 1990s he mainly worked on Batman and science-fiction movie properties (Terminator, Predator, Star Wars) as well as working for Valiant where he co-created the crime comic Grackle.

Paul Gulacy  Grackle

Paul Gulacy art

In 2002 he combined his interests for science-fiction and spy stories in S.C.I. Spy and returned to the character that had made him famous with Master of Kung Fu. But 2003 saw his last creation to date. His last works have all been for either Marvel or DC.

Bibliography


  • “Coldblood” in Marvel Comics Presents #26-35 (with Doug Moench, Marvel Comics, 1989)
  • “Prey” In Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #11-14 (with Doug Moench, DC Comics, 1990)
  • “Shanna the She-Devil” in Marvel Comics Presents #68-77 (with Gerard Jones, Marvel Comics, 1991)
  • Terminator: Secondary Objectives (with James Robinson and inks by Karl Kesel, Dark Horse Comics, 1991)
  • James Bond 007: Serpent’s Tooth (with Doug Moench, Dark Horse Comics)
  • Batman vs. Predator II: Bloodmatch (pencils, with Doug Moench, and inks by Terry Austin, 1995)
  • Star Wars: Crisom Empire (with Mike Richardson, Randy Stradley and inks by P. Craig Russell, Dark Horse Comics, 1998)
  • Star Wars: Crisom Empire II (with Mike Richardson, Randy Stradley and inks by Randy Emberlin, Dark Horse Comics, 1999)
  • Batman: Outlaws (with Doug Moench, DC Comics, 2000)
  • Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #137-141 (with Doug Moench and inks by Charles Yoakum, DC Comics, 2001)


  • Green Lantern: Dragon Lord (with Doug Moench and inks by Joe Rubinstein, DC Comics, 2001)
  • Sci-Spy (script and pencils, with co-author Doug Moench and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti, 6-issue mini-series, Vertigo, 2002)
  • Master of Kung Fu (with Doug Moench and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti, Marvel Comics, 2002-2003)
  • Reload (with Warren Ellis and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti, Wildstorm, 2003)
  • Catwoman #25-40 (with Ed Brubaker and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti, DC Comics, 2004-2005)
  • Tom Strong #34 (with Steve Moore and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti, ABC Comics, 2006)
  • JSA Classified #10-13 (with Stuart Moore and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti, DC Comics, 2006)
  • Jonah Hex #12 (with Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti, DC Comics, 2006)
  • Penance: Relentless (with Paul Jenkins, Marvel Comics, 2007)
  • True Believers (with Cary Bates, 5-issue limited series, Marvel Comics, 2008)

BATMAN TERROR

BATMAN TERROR

Awards

  • 1977: winner of the Favourite Continued Comic Story Award at the Eagle Awards for Master of Kung FuDoug Moench #48-51 with
  • 1977: nominated for Favourite Comic Book Artist Award at the Eagle Awards
  • 1979: winner of the Favourite Cover Award at the Eagle Awards for Master of Kung Fu #67
  • 1988: Nominated for “Best Art Team” Eisner Award, for Valkyrie, with Will Blyberg

Batman Terror Video by Paul Gulacy Art

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