Buck Duck (It's a Duck's Life #11, Feb 1952)
Ed Winiarski worked as a writer and artist for American comic books in the late 1930s and 1940s. He mainly drew adventure stories and funny animal comics. He worked as an animator before he was one of the first artists to venture in the comic book field, working for National Publications, the future DC Comics. He was the artist of features in New Adventure Comics and More Fun Comics, and did the 'Mr Chang' feature in Detective Comics.
By 1941 he was present in the comics by Timely/Atlas, drawing stories for All-Winners Comics, USA Comics, Krazy Comics and Terrytoons Comics, drawing features like 'The Vagabond', 'Oscar Pig', 'The Creeper and Homer' and 'Powers of the Press'. For Atlas in the 1950s, he wrote horror and suspense stories for anthologies like Strange Tales and Journey into Mystery, while also drawing 'Buck Duck' for Stan Lee in It's a Duck's Life. By 1958 Winiarski contributed to Major Magazines' satiric magazine Cracked.
Strange Tales #10 (Sep 1952)