Of the handful of Kirby's books with other writers that he did to fulfil his page quota in his final days at DC, my favourites are the ones that Denny O'Neil wrote, including three issues of JUSTICE, INC, based on the pulp hero Richard Benson, The Avenger. Kirby's style works well with the fast moving pulp action, with the toughs in suits harkening back to the classic S&K crime comics.
This issue features the men of Justice, Inc. investigating some planes that are mystriously blowing up, tracing it to exploding birds. They trace the explosives back to the owner of the airline, who takes them prisoner aboard a blimp, which, as all blimps in comic books eventually must, ends up blowing up. Along the way you get a battle aboard a bi-plane and a mid-air rescue. All good pulp stuff.
Mike Royer inks, doing a good job of bringing out the period feel, at times looking quite like a 1950s era inker.