Carlos Castellanos is a comic artist from Lima, Peru. His first comic was called 'El Fugitivo' and was published in Ojo in 1985. 'El Fugitivo' returned in the paper Pagina Libre in 1990, for which he also created his comic strip 'Los Niños de la Calle'. His chronicles of everyday life, called 'Cronicas Urbana' were published in the newspaper Ultima Hora in 1991-92. For this same paper, he is also active as an illustrator. In 1995, he illustrated the final installments of 'La Araña No' by Juan Acevedo in El Mundo.
Between 1995 and 1998 Castellanos illustrated new stories with 'Supercholo', the classic Peruvian comic character created by Victor Honigman in 1957. These new stories were published under the title 'El Regreso del Supercholo' in newspaper El Comercio's supplement El Dominical. He additionally provided illustrations for the newspaper's section 'Sofocleto' and supplements like Salud Familiar.
By 2000 Castellanos was employed by Telefónica Servicios Internet and also ventured into Flash animation, reworking among others his abandoned comic project 'Tierra Zona Alien' to Flash movies. For the magazine Carboncito, he has created the characters 'Maximo' (2006) and 'Saoko el Perro Loco' (2008). He is also an illustrator for the paper El Trome and the magazine Caretas.