Carlos Nine's style can't be classified. His comics are filled with strange and deformed characters, human shaped objects and gelatinous structures. After his studies in Fine Arts, he decided to become a professional painter and illustrator. He soon became an international acclaimed illustrator, whose work is published in Brazil, Mexico, the States and Europe. In 1988 he started making comics.
His first stories appeared in the Argentine magazine Fierro, the French Écho des Savanes and the Italian Il Griffo. His first albums are published in from the early 1990s in Spain ('Chronicas de la Pampa Vasca') and France ('Meurtres et Chatiments', 'Fantagas'). Strangely enough, the Argentine public had to wait for an album until 1996 ('Eko el Mago').
El Cachuso Rantifuso (Humi, 21/7/1983)
Three years later, his second album was published in Argentina, 'El Libro del Fantasma'. That same year, he publisher Sudamericana brought out 'Cuentos del Zorro', an album scripted by Gustavo Roldan.
For the French publisher Albin Michel, he created 'Le Canard Qui Amait les Poules' in 2000. In 2002 came 'Sol de Noche' in cooperation with Elsa Isabel Bornemann for Santillana USA Publishing Company, and the oblong album 'Oh Merde, Les Lapins' for Les Rêveurs de Runes. In 2003, he teamed up with Jorge Zentner and launched the series 'Pampa' for Dargaud. He also provided the illustrations for the 8th 'Donjon Monster' album by Joann Sfar and Lewis Trondheim.