Today features the second part of Jack Kirby's IN THE DAYS OF THE MOB. Included is a rather bizarre article about the reasons behind burgeoning crime in the 1930's. Poverty, alcohol and vice were cited as the major culprits. The companion text story tells the ironic tale of a funeral for a florist. Like SPIRIT WORLD, also included is a pull-out poster of John Dillinger, Public Enemy No. 1.
Following is the incomplete, proposed second issue of IN THE DAYS OF THE MOB, including cover roughs. It was unpublished until 2013 when it was included in a hardcover edition along with the first issue.
The second issue of IN THE DAYS OF THE MOB: