Journey Into Mystery #10 (Jul 1953)
Charles Allen Winter (Chuck Winter) worked as an advertising artist during the 1920s. He began drawing stories for comic books through the Chesler shop in the late 1930s, and joined the Iger Shop in the early 1940s. He worked for many of the companies during the Golden Age of American comics throughout the 1940s and early 1950s. He illustrated 'Liberty Belle', 'Shining Knight', 'Spy', 'Captain Compass' and 'Mr Terrific' for National/DC in the 1940s, and did art on romance stories for Ace Periodicals, Archie Publications, Fawcett, Harvey and St. John.
He illustrated 'Sergeant Burke' for Better Publications, as well as several features for Fiction House ('Camilla', 'Captain Fight', 'Mysta of the Moon', 'Shark Brodie') and Fox ('Black Lion', 'Captain Savage', 'Eagle', 'Spark Stevens'). His war stories were published in comic books by Archie and Harvey, he was present at Great Comics Publications with 'Kangaroo Man' and 'Madam Strange', and at Hoyoke with 'Lt. Jim Cannon'. Up until the mid 1950s, he was a regular at Timely/Atlas with crime, spy, war and western stories, as well as features like 'Captain America', 'Sub-Mariner', 'Inky Dinky' and 'Blonde Phantom'.
Adventures Into Terror #27 (Jan 1954)