Pagos originally appeared, albeit without being named, in the second chapter of the one-shot Wonder Island, working a a police officer alongside Gala and Gyaosu in the fictional city of "Los Anguiris, Cauliflower" in the United States.
He and his coworkers were later re-used in Dr. Slump as supporting characters.
Pagos and his partner Gala appear in Dr. Slump, working for the Penguin Village Police Department. A running gag in the series features the duo constantly have their car destroyed by a running Arale Norimaki; this happens in "Is It a Girl? Is It a Boy!? Is It a Girl? Is It a Boy!? Is It a Girl? Is It a Boy!? Is It a Girl? Is It a Boy!?", the "Arale on the Loose" chapters, and "The Lovely Trio". In the chapter "Untouchable", it is them who try to destroy Arale's car, but they fail miserably. In "Penguin Village Dom-Dom-Dom!", Gala and Pagos follow Arale and Gatchan thinking Arale is preparing something because she does not destroy their car, while she is in fact bringing ice cream to the Norimaki Residence.
General Blue Saga
Main article: General Blue Saga Pagos helps Gala and Taro try to arrest General Blue, but they end up failing. Pagos later joins the rest of the Penguin Village Police Force, and they end up shooting King Nikochan's spaceship down, believing it to be a ship belonging to the Red Ribbon Army by mistake
Doctor Slump (1997 anime)
Pagos appears in the 1997 reboot of the Dr. Slump anime, appearing in the same role as his original appearance.
Video Game Appearances
- Japanese: Masaharu Satō (1980's series), Michio Nakao (1997 series)
- Funimation dub: Christopher Bevins
- Gala and Pagos are named after the Galápagos Islands.