Carlo Pagulayan


Deathstroke #35 Review: Doubling Back on Some of the Boldness

Deathstroke #35 Review: Doubling Back on Some of the Boldness

This comic doesn’t seem to like women.[caption id="attachment_915853" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #35 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz, Andy Owens, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan once again nails it on the artwork front The detailing and action are excellently-composed, and Bruce and Slade have rarely looked more imposing and generally awesome[...]

Deathstroke #34 Review: The Batman v. Deathstroke Fight Youve Been Waiting For

Deathstroke #34 Review: The Batman v. Deathstroke Fight You've Been Waiting For

It also seems likely that Slade just doesn’t care either way, like the Joker.Also, Bruce and Slade trying to armchair diagnose one another with mental illnesses is pretty funny and fantastic.[caption id="attachment_898326" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #34 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Trevor Scott, Jason Paz, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan does incredible work in bringing this fight[...]

Deathstroke #32 Review: Battle of the Daddies

Deathstroke #32 Review: Battle of the Daddies

Plus, the vicious nature of the fight and the constant attempts to one-up another make it a completely enthralling duel.[caption id="attachment_863158" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #32 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Roberto Viacara, Jason Paz, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan and Roberto Viacara handle the art on this issue once again, and the comic is gorgeous for it[...]

Deathstroke #31 Review: Bringing Down the Batman

Deathstroke #31 Review: Bringing Down the Batman

It is somewhat undercut by his use of the word “effing,” which doesn’t seem especially intimidating when we’re talking matters of life and death in the middle of Saudi Arabia.Carlo Pagulayan and Roberto Viacara provide some very impressive artwork across this comic The world is highly detailed, characters are expressive, and panels are composed very[...]

Deathstroke #30 Advance Review: Deathstroke vs Batman Begins

Deathstroke #30 Advance Review: Deathstroke vs Batman Begins

“This story takes place before current events in the DC Universe.” That gave me a laugh, because it’s pretty much saying, “We don’t really know what the hell is going on right now, but this has nothing to do with it.” I respect that.Carlo Pagulayan brings his A-game to this comic The action sequences are[...]

Deathstroke #25 Review: What Is Evil

Deathstroke #25 Review: What Is Evil?

It’s a gory affair, and it’s fun.Deadline does come off looking like a whiny loser by the end too, and that’s pretty entertaining.[caption id="attachment_741248" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #25 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Norm Rapmund, Trevor Scott, Jason Pax, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan’s art is seamless and effective[...]

Wonder Woman #31 Review: Lets Add More Dudes To Dianas Story

Wonder Woman #31 Review: Let's Add More Dudes To Diana's Story

James Robinson certainly knows how to put together a tale, and Carlo Pagulayan is an excellent artist Seeing Wonder Woman throw down with a classic villainess like Giganta is always welcome.I also like the idea of adding Grail as a foe of Dian.But, there are some things that bother me here Some of those things[...]

James Robinson On The Search For Wonder Womans Brother

James Robinson On The Search For Wonder Woman's Brother

A year ago a mystery started in the pages of Wonder Woman: "Who is Diana's brother?" The answer to that question begins today in Wonder Woman #31 by new writer James Robinson and artist Carlo Pagulayan.Robinson discusses with DC All-Access the Children of the Gods story arc, the introduction of Paul and Diana taking on[...]