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Oscar González Loyo : biography

April 11, 1959 -

Oscar González Loyo (born April 11, 1959 in Mexico City. Kees Kousemaker's Lambiek Comiclopedia. Retrieved June 2, 2012.) is a comic book artist, author of Karmatrón y Los Transformables. He is also founder and main partner of ¡Ka-Boom! Estudio. He lives with his life partner Susana Romero Medina.

Awards

  • 2000 Eisner Award for Best Humor Publication / Best Comics Publication for a Younger Audience.
  • 2003 La Plumilla de Plata (Silver Inkpen Award), a self-awarded recognition for his lifetime achievements and contribution to comic books. , www.ka-boom.com.mx

Career

Oscar González Loyo did his first professional comic art in 1973, in the Mexican comic Las Aventuras de Capulina.

Over the years, he has worked in titles like Las Aventuras de Cepillín, Las Aventuras de Parchís, Katy la Oruga, El Monje Loco, The Flintstones, The New Speed Racer, Tiny Toons, Looney Tunes, The Simpsons Comics and Bart Simpson Comics.

From 1996 to 2000 he storyboarded animations for the Latin American version of Sesame Street.

In 2000, he won the Eisner Award at Comic-Con International for his work on Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror, along with Jill Thompson, Steve Steere Jr., Scott Shaw, Sergio Aragonés, and Doug TenNapel.

He currently publish the webcomic .

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