Paul Gulacy is best known for his work on Marvel's 1970s title 'Master of Kung Fu'. Just like Jim Steranko, Gulacy pioneered a kind of super-realistic, cinematic style, illustrating spy stories in particular. Working in collaboration with writer Doug Moench, Paul Gulacy produced some great work on books like 'Shang-Chi', 'Master of Kung Fu', 'James Bond 007', 'Six from Sirius' and 'Batman'. Gulacy was the artist of one of the first US graphic novels, 'Slow Fade of an Endangered Species', written by Don McGregor.
Gulacy has done magazine art for Hustler and Heavy Metal Magazine, and cover illustrations for Eclipse Enterprises, New Media Publising, Dark Horse Comics and 'Hard Rider' paperbacks. In the 1980s, he also worked on fillers for Eclipse Enterprises and on features for AC Comics ('Black Diamond'). The 1990s brought contributions to Topps ('Zorro' and covers), Acclaim's Valiant imprint ('Bloodshot', 'Turok' and covers) and DC ('Batman vs. Predator'). In 2006, he was assigned to do the miniseries 'Squadron Supreme: Hyperion vs Nighthawk' for Marvel.