Oscar González Guerrero, born 17 January 1926 in Mexico City, is a comic book artist mostly known for his co-creations 'Hermelinda Linda' (with artist José Cabezas) and 'Zor y Los Invencibles'. He founded the ¡Ka-Boom! Estudio along with his son and daughter-in-law, Susana Romero, in 1994. He is the father of artist Oscar González Loyo, creator of 'Karmatrón y los Transformables'.
His career started in the 1950s, when he contributed to various comic books from that era. From 1959 to 1981 he worked as art director on titles as 'Las Aventuras de Capulina', 'El Tío Porfirio', 'Zor y los Invencibles', 'Hermelinda Linda', 'Burrerías', 'Smog', 'Don Leocadio', among others for Editormex Mexicana.
In the 1980s he created Xpctrm (originally named Spectrum), later adapted by Susana Romero. He also, co-created Némesis 3000, La Alianza. In present years he continues the teaching of comic book art at his Studio, which he has done since the 1960s, and has helped many young talents to work in the field, such as Humberto Ramos. He is the art director of ¡Ka-Boom! Estudio.