Harvey Eisenberg was a versatile funny animal artist of Western Publishing. For years, he was the main artist of the several 'Tom & Jerry' books. He was the first to adapt 'Huckleberry Hound' and 'Yogi Bear' to comic books in Dell's Four Color comic book.
He is often called the "Carl Barks" of the Hanna-Barbera studios. Before his comic book career, Eisenberg worked as an animator at Fleisher, Van Bueren and MGM. He worked for Dell/Western from 1945 until his death.
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He illustrated numerous of the MGM titles, such as 'Tom & Jerry', 'Big Spyke & Little Tyke', 'Droopy' and 'Barney Bear'. For Disney, he did numerous stories featuring 'Chip 'n' Dale', 'Li'l Bad Wolf' and 'Mickey Mouse' from 1948 to 1961.
He also worked with ventriloquist Edgar Bergen's character 'Charlie McCarthy' from 1947 to 1954. Other comics include funny animal comics for Marvel.