|Born||May 1, 1943|
Buenos Aires, Argentina
|Died||May 8, 2011 (aged 68)|
London, England, United Kingdom
El Negro Blanco
La grande arnaque (The Big Hoax)
Clara de noche
Born in Buenos Aires, Trillo began a prolific career as writer at the age of 20, penning his first story for Patoruzú magazine. Trillo, together with Horacio Altuna, created the strip El Loco Chávez, which appeared every day at the back of the newspaper Clarín from July 26, 1975 to November 10, 1987. After that, the strip was replaced by El Negro Blanco, which he wrote for the artist Ernesto García Seijas until September 1993.
He participated in the creation of several comics including Cybersix in 1992, with Carlos Meglia, and the Clara de noche and Cicca Dum Dum series with Jordi Bernet. He has also collaborated with Alberto Breccia and Alejandro Dolina.
He married writer Ema Wolf; they had two children.
- with Horacio Altuna
- El Loco Chávez
- Las puertitas del Sr. López
- El último recreo
- Charlie Moon
- with Jordi Bernet
- Clara de noche
- Light & Bold
- Ivan Piire
- es:Cicca Dum Dum
- with Eduardo Risso
- Video Noire
- Boy Vampire
- The Big Hoax
- The Iguana
- Historias mudas
- El contorsionista
- with Lucas Varela
- El Síndrome Guastavino
- El Cuerno Escarlata
- Sasha Despierta
- Un tal Daneri (1975, with Alberto Breccia)
- Cybersix (with Carlos Meglia)
- Alvar Mayor (1977–1982, with Enrique Breccia)
- Sick Bird (with Juan Bobillo)
- 1978: Yellow Kid e Gran Guinigi Award, Lucca, Italy, for Best International Author
- 1984: Barcelona International Comics Convention, Premio al mejor guionista del año
- 1996: Yellow Kid Award, Lucca, Italy, for Best International Author
- 1999: Angoulême Festival, Prize for Scenario, for La grande anarque (The Big Hoax)
- "MURIO CARLOS TRILLO, EL AUTOR DEL LOCO CHAVEZ Y CLARA DE NOCHE" (in Spanish). Terra Networks. May 9, 2011.
- "Carlos Trillo". Comiclopedia. Lambiek.
- "13 Salone Internazionale dei Comics" (in Italian). Centro Studi Iconografici.
- Carlos Trillo French albums Bedetheque (in French)
- Carlos Trillo publications in English www.europeancomics.net (in English)
- Carlos Trillo profile and biography Tebeosfera (in Spanish)