Let's continue with our exploration of Jingle Jangle Comics No. 14, April 1945. Today's story, "The Polka-Dot King and the Cranberry-Plated Crown," is by the great George Carlson. Carlson's layouts were supernaturally fine. Page after page of the following prove that genius, from any era, always has a way of looking modern.
Here is a one-page puzzle from the same issue, drawn by Carlson. Here, too: perfect balance.
Coming next: More George Carlson featuring the artist's best known creation - The Pie-Face Prince of Old Pretzelburg!