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Mitzi Comics #1 (Mar. 1948) continued as Mitzi's Boy Friend #2-7 (Jun. 1948 - Apr. 1949) continued as Mitzi's Romances #8-10 (Jun. 1949 - Dec. 1949).

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Harvey Eisenberg (February 11, 1912-April 22, 1965) was an American animator and comic book artist. Best known for his work with William Hanna and Joseph Barbera at MGM and later at their own Hanna-Barbera Productions, Eisenberg illustrated a large number of comic book stories and comic strips starring characters such as Tom and Jerry, Yogi Bear, and The Flintstones, while also working as an animation layout artist and character designer on the cartoons themselves.

Eisenberg was a native of Brooklyn, New York City, New York, where as an adult he met another cartoonist, Joseph Barbera. Barbera later got Eisenberg a job at the MGM cartoon studio in the late 1930s, where Eisenberg worked in Barbera and William Hanna's unit doing layouts for Tom and Jerry cartoons. From 1946 to 1951, Eisenberg and Joseph Barbera were partners in Dearfield Publishing, a comic book company with titles such as "Red" Rabbit Comics, Foxy Fagan, and Junie Prom. Eisenberg worked as an animator at Fleisher, Van Bueren and MGM. He worked for Dell/Western from 1945 until his death.

Eisenberg went into comic book illustration full-time from the late 1940s on, and illustrated many issues of Tom and Jerry and later Hanna-Barbera related comic books and children's books. His prolific career as an illustrator of Hanna-Barbera comics has drawn comparison to the work Carl Barks did for Walt Disney Productions. For Disney, Eisenberg did numerous stories featuring 'Chip 'n' Dale', 'Li'l Bad Wolf' and 'Mickey Mouse' from 1948 to 1961.Harvey Eisenberg

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 also worked with ventriloquist Edgar Bergen's character 'Charlie McCarthy' from 1947 to 1954. Other comics include funny animal comics for Marvel’s forerunner Timely.

Eisenberg's son Jerry Eisenberg became a storyboard artist, layout artist, and character designer for Hanna-Barbera in the late 1950s and later also worked for Ruby-Spears Productions as well. Following a series of heart attacks, Harvey Eisenberg died on April 22, 1965.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and Lambiek Comiclopedia.

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