In 1971, Jack Kirby pitched the idea for a new line of black and white comic magazines for an older (15-30 year old) audience which would include two romance series; True Divorce Cases and Soul Love.

Complete first issues were written and drawn, but the publisher killed most of the the books before they went to press. Only two titles ever saw print: Spirit World (psychic phenomena) and In the Days of the Mob (about 1920s-30s gangsters). Here’s one of the stories from Soul Love, scanned from the original art.

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