(SOLD): King Mob Echo.

(London): BCM / King Mob, 1968. First edition. Folio. Unpaginated. [12 pages]. First issue of this short-lived, radical publication. This issue contains translations of Situationist texts; radical Freudian Norman O. Brown’s treatise, “The Return of the Repressed”; and “Urban Gorilla Comes East”, the magazine’s only original King Mob statement, co-written by Phil Cohen (also known for his involvement with the London Street Commune and the 144 Piccadilly squat) and Don Nicholson-Smith. A very good copy with front cover image of a menacing masked man (from Louis Feuillade’s film “Fantomas”) above a Karl Marx quotation (from “The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon”). copy of this rare publication.


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