Born in Argentina, Carlos Meglia made his name by illustrating the Cybersix saga written by Carlos Trillo. After hundreds of pages of the adventures of the artificial woman created by a Nazi researcher exiled in the South American jungle, Meglia turned to the American market by working for the publisher Dark Horse, participating in both the comic versions of Star Wars and the improbable meeting of Superman and Tarzan. For the United States, Meglia opted for a clean, yet expressive style that allowed the color to flow freely. He collaborated with Wildstorm, drawing Monster World, a mini-series written by Scott Lobdell, and an issue of Wildcats. After a brief detour with Marvel and Elektra, he returned to Superman. In collaboration with the writer Crisse, he worked on two French projects: Canari and Red Song. Carlos Meglia died in 2008.