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In the Days of the MobKnown collectively as The Fourth World One of his first projects for DC was the black and white magazine IN THE DAYS OF THE MOB. In the Days of the Mob was a black and white comic magazine written and drawn by Jack Kirby that lasted one issue It was published in 1971 by DC Comics A second issue was drawn by Kirby but not published at the time The second issue is included in the book I did not care for the book I found the stories to be boringThe book was not completely bad one thing I found that was sort of clever is the narrator of each magazine is Warden Frye He does the introduction and close to the stories The prison he runs appears to be Hell and the criminals that the stories are about now reside there Warden Frye has two grey streaks on each side of the top of his hair that look a lot like horns Still the book is disappointing Kirby has done great work that can be found in other collections This one can be skipped

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Download In the Days of the Mob õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ After leaving Marvel Comics at the end of the 1960s Jack Kirby came to DC where he soon created the series of super hero comics known collectively as The Fourth World One of his first projects for DC was the black and white magazine IN THE DAYS OF THE MOB whichWhich featured on stories of organized crime in the 1930s in the style of the TV series The Untouchables and The Godfather movie. Unusual material and often a decidedly darker tone for The King in this book Though the framing seuence is a bit goofy the stories themselves are pure Kirby magic particularly in the second issue of material which has been unpublished until this last year or so Recommended for all Kirby fans If you're looking for a straight laced history you're not going to find it here but you will get action like only King Kirby can deliver

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After leaving Marvel Comics at the end of the 1960s Jack Kirby came to DC where he soon created the series of super hero comics. You can't really go wrong with Kirby but as much as this is a tale of the 1930's gangster scene he grew up watching live it's not told as strongly as Kirby might have I love it for the art 5 stars but the stories didn't wow me as much 3 stars so averaging it out at 4 stars Great to see the 2nd previously unpublished issue with the stronger and much better inks of one of my favorite inkers Mike Royer