It’s time to embrace counterculture with this set of three titles. Locals Only follows Hugh Holland and his infamous work on 1970s SoCal and the birth of suburban skateboarders like the legendary Dogtown and Z-Boys. Also included is the new literary edition of Gonzo which includes all of the same compelling photographs, quotes, and graphics, in addition to a new comprehensive biography on Hunter S. Thompson. Lastly, Black Panthers 1968 presents photographer Howard L. Bingham and writer Gilbert Moore as they document and tell the story of the controversial group.
Locals Only is edited by Steve Crist: Hardcover. 84 pages. Gonzo is edited by Steve Crist and Laila Nabulsi; introduction by Johnny Depp; biography by Ben Corbett: Hardcover. 240 pages. Black Panther 1968 by Gilbert Moor; photography by Howard L. Bingham: Hardcover. 209 pages.