Time for Lou Cameron
Considering that I think Lou Cameron is one of the top comic artists of the early to mid-1950s, it's surprising I haven't featured anything by him before. You might not be surprised, but I am.
Cameron was not only a top comics artist, he signed his work, which has intrinsic value to me. I think if a guy drew it he should sign it. Even some of the best comic book artists never signed their work. Like the other artists who put their name on a strip Cameron was saying, "Here it is. I'm taking credit for it, bad or good." In his case, it was always good. But as good as he was at some point he kicked over his drawing board and replaced it with a typewriter. He became a popular paperback book writer.
This is a nifty little tale of time for Baffling Mysteries #18. I especially like the touch with the Dali-esque soft watches.