Hell's Angels: The Wild Breed, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1966.
Universal City: Seven Seventy Publishers, 1966.
Counterculture exploitation magazine with an emphasis on the Hell's Angels featuring a "Hell's Angels Special Inside Report" with photos and a glossary of Hell's Angels slang. Also includes articles such as "Escapism with So-called Wonder Drugs" (LSD), "Sunset Strip Gone Crazy," plus the requisite amount of photos of naked or scantilly-clad hippie women, various "kooks," and other members of the "Wild Breed!" Although labeled Vol. 1, No. 1 we strongly suspect this was a one-shot publication, and an early example of the hippie exploitation genre that became popular a couple of years later. Price sticker to corner of front cover, else very near fine (faint musty smell).