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John Holmstrom

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81111k Cliver Art (frllnt)

William Stout

81111k Cliver Art (back)

Steve Vance

TllmorrllW The Wllrld

John Seabury

3-D Tunes Frllm The Crypt

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Jordan Crane

Steve Vance

Ya Hadda 8e There

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81itzkrieg 811p (The Lllst Stllrybllard)

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The Slings

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Disc 1

1.

BLITZKRIEG BO P

(RamonesJ

2.

BEAT ON THE BRAT

(Ramones)

3.

JUDY IS A PUNK

fRamones)

4.

I WANNA BE YOUR BOYFRIEND

(Rafflones)

5.

lOUDMOUTH

(Ramones)

6.

53RD & 3RD

(Ramones)

7.

HAVANA AFFAIR

(Ramones)

8 NOW I WANNA SNIFF SOME GLUE

(Rafflones)

rf"cbl·8

From Rafflorres (AI Sire /7520 (4123176)

Produced by CRAIG LEON· Associate Producer: 1 ERDELYI

Engineered by ROB FREEMAN Recorded at PlAZA SOUND, Radio City Music Hall, NY

9. GLAD TO SEE YOU GO

(Ramones)

10. GIMME GIMME SHOCK TREATMENT

11.

12.

(Rafflones)

I REMEMBER YOU

(Rafflones)

CARBONA NOT GLUE

(Rafflones)

13. OH OH I lOVE HER SO

14.

15.

16.

(Rafflones)

SWAllOW MY PRIDE

(Rafflones)

COMMANDO

(Ramones)

PINHEAD

(Rafflones)

17.

Tracks 9-'6 From Leave Home (BI

Sire 17528 (2/77)

Produced by TONY BONGIDVI & T. EROElVt· Engineered by ED STASIUM Recorded at SUNORAGON, NY

SHEENA IS A PUNK ROCKER (ABC SI.gl. Ve"I,,1

(Ramones)

18.

19.

I DON'T CARE (Si.gl. Ve"lo.' (Ramones)

ROCKAWAY BEACH

{Ramones}

20. CRETIN HOP

(Rafflones)

21. HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW

IRsfflones)

22. TEENAGE LOBOTOMY

(Ramones)

23. SLUG (D.mol

(Joey Ramona)

24. SURFIN' BIRO

(Carl White/Alfred FrBzier/John Harris/Tumer Wilson, Jr.)

25. WE'RE A HAPPY FAMilY

(Remoncs)

Trscb 17-25 From Rocket To Runis (C)

Sire 16042111f77J

Produced by TONY BDNGIDVI & T. EROElYI· Engineered by ED STASIUM Recorded at MEDIA SOUND, NY

~Slug-:

26.

First issued on All The Stufl(And More), Vo/ums Two, Sire 126618 (7fJI) Produced by DAN KESSel & DAVID KESSEl Recorded at GOLD STAR STUDIOS, Hollywood, CA

I JUST WANT TO HAVE SOMETHING TO DO

(Ramones)

27. I WANTEO EVERYTHING

28.

(Remones)

NEEDLES & PINS (Remixed Siogi. V.";o.)

(Sonny Bono/Jack Nitzsche)

29. I WANNA BE SEDATED

30.

(Ramones)

GO MENTAL

(Ramonesl

31.

DON'T COME CLOSE

(Ramones)

32.

I DON'T WANT YOU

(Ramones)

33 SHE'S THE ONE

 

(Remones)

34.

I'M AGAINST IT

{Remanes)

Tracks 2Jj.34 From Road To Ruin lOJ Sire 16063 (0178) Produced & Engineered by T. ERDElYI & EO STASIUM Recorded et MEDIA SOUND, NY

50

Disc 2

1, ROCK 'N' ROll HIGH SCHOOL lEd Slesium M;x}

(Remones)

2. I WANT YOU AROUND (Ed Slasium Mix'

(Remones)

Tracks '-2 From Rock 'N' Roll High School lEI

Sire 161)70 (5179)

Produced & Engineered by EO STASIUM Remix Engineer: JOEL SOIFER With/ROONEY BINGENHEIMER & HARVEY KUBEAfIlICK: hS(Jdc/aps on ~Rock 'N' Roll High School-

3. 00 YOU REMEMBER ROCK 'N' ROll RADIO?

(Remones'

4. I'M AfFECTED

(RaO/ones)

5. DANNY SAYS

(Ramones)

Tr8cb3-5

From End 01 The CenturylF) Sire 16fJ77 (2180) Produced by PtllL SPECTOR· Engineered by BORIS MENART & LARRY LEVINE Recorded at GOLD STAR STUDIOS, EXCALIBUR STUDIOS, DEVDNSHIRE SOUND STUDIDS. SAlTY DOG STUD IDS & ORIGINAL SOUND STUDIOS, los Angeles, CA

6 THE KKK TOOK MY BABY AWAY

(Joey Ramone)

7. YOU SOUND LIKE YOU'RE SICK

(Dee Dee Ramono)

8 SHE'S A SENSATION

(Joey Ramone)

9. AlrS QUIET ON THE EASTERN FRONT

(Dee Dee Ramone)

Tracks 6-9 From Pinson' Dreams (GI Sire 1357\ W8l) Produced by GRAHAM GOULOMAN Recorded at MEDIA SOUND, NYC· Engineered by LINCOLN Y. CLAPP & HARVEY GOLDBERG; STRAWBERRY STUDIOS, England· Engineered by CHRIS NAGLE & KEITH BESSEY With/GRAHAM GDUlOMAN, RUSSEL MAEl & IAN WllS0N:backing vocals· DICK EMEASON: keyboards· DAVE HASSEL: percussion

10. OUTSIDER

(Dee Dee Ramone)

11. HIGHESTTRAllS ABOVE

12.

13.

(Dee Dee Ramona)

PSYCHO THERAPY

(Dee Dee RamonelJohnny Romone)

TIME BOMB

(Dee Dee Remone)

Tritch 10-13

From Subterranean Jungle (HI

Sire 123800 (21831

Produced by RITCHIE CORDELL & GLEN KOlOTKIN Recorded at KINGDOM SOUND. Syosset long Island

14. MAMA'S BOY

(Johnny Ramone/Dee Dee Romaneff Erde/yi)

15. I'M NOT AFRAID OF LIFE

(Dee Dee Ramone)

16. TOO TOUGH TO DIE

(Doc Dee Ramona)

17. WART HOG

IDee Dee Ramone/Johnny Romane}

18. HOWLING AT THE MOON (SHA-LA-LA)

(Dee Dee Ramone)

19. DAYTIME DILEMMA (DANGERS OF LOVE)

(Joey RamonelDaniel Rey)

20. ENDLESS VACATION

(Dee Dee RamonelJohnny Ramona)

Trllcks /4-20 From Too Tough Too Die (I)

Sire 125187 1l0l84J

Produced by 1. ERDELYI & EO STASIUM; -Howling AI The Moon (Shll-L.~-la)~ Produced by DAVID A. STEWART in association with T. ERDElYI & ED STASIUM Engineered by ED STASIUM Recorded at MEOIASDUND, NYC With/BEN TENCH: keybo8rds on -Howling AI The Moon (Sha-La-lal-

21. MY BRAIN IS HANGING UPSIDE DOWN (BONZO GOES TO BITBURG) (UK 12" V.rsiool

(Dee Doe Ramono/Jean Beauvoir/Joey Ramone)

22. SOMEBODY PUT SOMETHING IN MY DRINK

(Richie Ramons)

23. ANIMAL BOY

(Richi8 Romano)

24. I DON'T WANT TO LIVE THIS LIFE (ANYMORE)

IUK B-Side) (Dee Dee Ramane)

25. LOVE KillS

(Dee Dee Ramone)

26. SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN (Slogle Vcrsloo'

(Deq Dee RamoneJJean BoalJVolr)

Tr8Cks 21·26 From Animsl8oy(JI Sire 125433 (W861 Produced by JEAN BEAUVOIR • Engineered by JORGE ESTEBAN Aecorded at INTERGALACTIC STUDIOS, NY

Get Ramones ringlones at www.rhinD.cDm/ringtones

Disc 3

1. I WANNA LIVE

(Dee Dee Ramone!Danief Rey)

2. BOP 'TIL YOU DROP

(Doe Deo Ramono/Johnny Ramanel

3. I lOST MY MIND

{Dee Dee Rsmone/Johnny Ramone}

4. GARDEN OF SERENITY

(Dee Dee Ramone/Daniel Rey}

Tr8cks 1-4 From Halfway To SanirylKI

Sire 125641191871

Produced by THE RAMONES & DANIEL REY· Engineered by JDRGE ESTEBAN Aecorded at INTERGALACTIC STUDIOS, NY

5 I BEliEVE IN MIRACLES

(Dee Dee Ramone/Daniel Rey)

6. PET SEMATARY ISingl. V.,,;oo) (Dee Dee Ramone/Denief Rey)

7. PUNISHMENT fiTS THE CRIME

(Dee Dee Ramone/Richie SIONS)

8. MERRY CHRISTMAS II DON'T WANT TO FIGHT

TONIGHT) (Slogl. V.,,'ool (Joey Ramone)

Trsclts5-B

From Brllin Outin CLI

Sire 125905 (6/89)

Produced by BILL LASWELL -Merry Christmas II Don't Want To Fight Tonightr& -Pet Semolary- Produced by JEAN BEAUVDlR & DANIEL REV Engineered by ROBERT MUSSO &: JUDY KIRSCHNER Recorded at SORCERER SDUND &. DUAD RECDROING, NY

9. MAIN MAN

(Dee Dee Ramone/Daniel Rey)

10. STRENGTH TO ENDURE

(Dee Deo Ramono/Doniel Rey)

11. POISON HEART

(Dee Dee Ramone/Daniel Rey)

12. I WON'T LET IT HAPPEN

(Joey Romone/Andy Shernofl)

13. CENSDRSHIT

(Joey Ramono)

Tr8Cks 9-13 From Mondo Bizarro (Ml

Radioactive 110615 (9/921

Produced by ED STASIUM • Engineered by PAUL HAMINGSON

Rec

ded at BABY

MDNSTER STUDID & THE MAGIC SHDP, NY

14. JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE MIND

(Steve Farmer/Ted Nugent}

15.7 AND 71S

(Arthur Lee)

16. WHEN I WAS YOUNG

(Eric Burdon!Victor Briggs/Barry Jenkins/Daniel McCulloch/Jolm Weider)

Treeks 14-16 From Acid Eaters (NI

Radioactive 110913 01941

Produced by scon HACKWITH • Engineered bV TRENT SLAnON Recorded at BABY MONSTER STUDIO & CHUN KING HDUSE Of META~ NY

17. I DON'T WANNA GROW UP

(Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennanl

18. SCATTERGUN

(C,J, Ramone)

19. MAKIN' MONSTERS FOR MY FRIENDS

(Dee Dee RsmonelDaniel Reyl

20. THE CRUSHER

(Dee Dee RamoneJDanief Rey)

21. SPIDERMAN

(Robert Hards/Paul Francis Webster)

22. LIFE'S A GAS

(Joey Ramone)

23. SHE TALKS TO RAINBOWS

(Joey Ran/one)

Tr8cks 17-23 From Adios Amigos (01

Radioactive 111273 (7}95)

Produced by OANIEl REY· Engineered by BRYCE GOGGIN Recorded at BABY MONSTER STUDIO, NY

24. ANY WAY YOU WANT IT

25.

(Dave Clark)

R.A.M.O.N.E.S.

(fan Kilmistfu/Miche8f BurSfon/Philip Cumpbell/Philip Taylor)

Tracks 24-25 From Greatest Hits Live (PI Radioaclive It1459 161961

-AnV Way You Want It'" &: ~A_A.M.O.N.E,S.~

Produced by DANIEL REY· Engineered by IAN BRYAN Recorded at BABY MONSTER STUDIO, NY

lyrics R&fIrin.ed Wilh Penniuion:

-BLITZKRIEG BOP: -BEAT ON mE BRAT: -CRETIN HOP- &:

""TEENAGE LOBOTOMY"

(Joey Rtlmon8/Johnny Rtlmone!De8 Dee Ramoneflommy Rtlmone)

C> 19n WB Music COlp. IASCAP) and Taco Tunts IASCAP). All VYBMuSlCC<lfp.

-I WANTYDU ARDUND"

righls Idministefed by

(Joey Ramone, Johnny Rllmone, Dee Dee Ramone)

Cl1978WB Mus" Corll.lASCAPI and Taco Tunes IASCAP). All ng/lU adlJIlOIstaltd by

WBMuSlCCOIp.

-I WANNA BE SEDATED··

(Joey Rllmone, Johnny Rllmone, Del] Dell /1amone1

!CI19BOWB Music COlp. jASCAPj and Taco Tunts IASCAP). A.I rights IdlTUlllsllred by WBMuSlCCorp.

All Rlgll1sRuerved.lnllrnationalCopylightSllcured,

Disc 4 - Ulesry/es OITh. R.mon.sAnd M",.I

1. DO YOU REMEMBER ROCK 'N' ROLL RADIO?

(Ramones)

Directed by MARK ROBINSON (1980)

2. ROCK 'N' ROLL HIGH SCHOOL

(Ramones)

Dirocted by MARK ROBINSON 11980)

3. WE WANT THE AIRWAVES

(Joey Ramona)

Direct.d by MAUREEN NAPPI, CRAIG LElBNER & KIRK HEFLIN 119811

4. PSYCHO THERAPY

(Dee Dee Ramone/Johnny Ramone)

Directed by FRANCE DELIA (1983)

5. TIME HAS COMETODAY

(Joseph Chambers/Willie Chambflrs)

Directed by SCHRIRO/OEMYAN 119831

6. HOWLING AT THE MOON (SHA-LA-LAl

(Dee Dee Ramone)

Directed by FRANCE DELIA (1984)

7. SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN

(Dee Dee Ramonc/Jean Beauvoir)

Dirocled by FISHER & PREACHMAN 119861

8. I WANNA LIVE

{Dee DSB Ramofls!Danie/ Rey} Direcled by FISHER & PREACHMAN 119871

9. I WANNA BE SEDATED

(Remones) Direcled by BILL FRISCH MAN

11988)

10. PET SEMATARY

(Dee Dee Ramons/Daniel Rev)

Oirected by BILL FRISCHMAN (19891

11. MERRY CHRISTMAS (I DON'T WANT TO FIGHT TONIGHT)

(Joey Ramone)

Directed by GEORGE SEMINARA 119891

12. I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES

(Dee Dee Ramona/Daniel Hey) Directed by GEORGE SEMINARA (1990)

13. STRENGTH TO ENDURE

(Dee Dee Ramone/Daniol Reyl Directed by GEORGE SEMINARA 11992)

14. POISON HEART

{Dee Dee Ramons/Daniel Rey}

Directed by SAMUEL BAYER (1992)

15. SUBSTITUTE

(Pete TmvnshendJ

Directed by TOM RAINONE 119921

16.1 DON'T WANNA GROW UP

{Tom Wails/Kathleen Brennan} Directed by JONATHON DAYTON & VAlERIE FARIS (19951

17. SPIDERMAN

(Robert Harris/Paul Francis Webster) Directed by JONATHON DAYTON & VALERIE FARIS 119951

18.

BLITZKRIEG BOP (u

(Ramones) Oirected by GEORGE SEMINARA 119951

)

RAMONES:

JOHNNY RAMONE: guitar JOEY RAMONE: lead vocals DEE DEE RAMONE: bass (A-L) TOMMY RAMONE: drums (A-C) MARKY RAMONE: drums (D-H & L-P) RICHIE RAMONE: drums (I-K) C.J. RAMONE: bass (M-P)

Compiled by JOHNNY RAMONE Boxed Set Produced for Release by BILL INGLOT & JEFF WHITE Associate Producer: MARC SALATA A&R Supervision: MARK LEVITON & JIMMY EDWARDS Product Manager: DANI BARNARD DVD Producer: SOPHIA FIELDS Remastering: BILL INGLOT & DAN HERSCH at DIGIPREP Art Direction: HUGH BROWN & SHERYL FARBER Design: HUGH BROWN Art Assist: STEVE VANCE

Project Assistance: STEVE WOOLARD & NIKKI MONNIGER Thanks, a tip 0' the hat, and/or apologies to all the incredible comics and artists who've inspired this box, including ARCHIE AND THE GANG, DR. SEUSS, EC COMICS, GARBAGE PAIL KIDS"', PRINCE VALIANT, SEA-MONKEYS"', YOUNG LOVE and YOUNG ROMANCE & PAUL TERRY. Special Thanks: ERIC REYNOLDS, TIM HENSLEY, ALLAN ARKUSH, MONTE MELNICK, PAUL DEGOOYER, DON WILLIAMS & ED STASIUM

All Selections ® 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981. 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987 & 1989 Warner Bros. Records Inc., produced under license from Warner Bros. Records Inc., except: Disc 3, Tracks 9-13 ® 1992 Radioactive Records, J.V.; Tracks 14-16 ® 1994 Radioactive Records, J.V.; Tracks 17-24 ® 1995 Radioactive Records, J.V.; Track 25 ® 1996 Radioactive Records, J.v.; courtesy of Radioactive Records, J.V./Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises.

This Compilation ® and © 2005 Warner Bros. Records Inc. & Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

Rick Altergott is best known as the creator of the cartoon character Doofus, which is showcased in the Doofus Omnibus, a col- lection of stories and strips (Fantagraphics Books). Doofus and other characters also appear in the ongoing comic series Raisin Pie, which Altergott writes and draws with his wife, cartoonist Ariel Bordeaux. Rick is also a freelance illustrator whose work appears in a wide variety of publications. Check out his work at www.rickaltergott.com

An acclaimed director of film, television, and music videos, Allan Arkush directed Rock 'n' Roll High School, which became a cult classic and has since become the most financially successful movie that Roger Corman has ever produced.

Sergio Aragones is said to be the fastest cartoonist in the world today. He is certain- ly the most honored, having won every major award in the field, including the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award and the Will Eisner Hall of Fame Award. Sergio is most known for his work with Mad Magazine. His first contribution,

ARTIST BIOS

"A Mad Look atthe U.S. Space Effort,"

appeared in Mad #76, cover-dated January

1963. For that same issue, he also con-

tributed the cover gag (the first of many) and his first "Marginal Thinking" cartoons, which were printed in the magazine's mar- gins. He has since appeared in every issue of Mad except for one (the post office screwed up) and has done thousands of his unique pantomime cartoons, He also pro- duced 16 best-selling original Mad paper- back books. With wordsmith Mark Evanier, Sergio brought forth the adventures of Grao The Wanderer, among many others. For their comic book work, they have received multiple Eisner awards. He lives and works in Ojai, California. Find out more about his work at www.sergioaragones.com

Jordan Crane was born in 1973. He started drawing comics in 1996, and has not been far away from a drawing board for more than a few days since then. His latest book, The Clouds Above, will be published in July

2005. www.reddingk.com

Mary Fleener started self-publishing mini comics in the mid-'80s and is best known

for Life Of The Party, a collection of her

autobiographical stories. Her paintings have shown at such places as the American Visionary Art Museum and La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Fleener is also a song- writer and plays dulcimer and bass; not

surprisingly, most of her projects involve

music as a theme, She's

CD covers for bands like The Insect Surfers

and Buddy Blue. Her Web site is www.maryfleener.com

Fly is an illustrator & comix artist who lives

in a homestead in NYC. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, and she has self-published lots of mini-comix. Her second book, PEOPs, was released by Soft Skull Press in 2003. Contact her at www.bway.net/-flyl

"Are we having fun yet?" This non sequitur utterance by the clown-suited philosopher/ media star Zippy the Pinhead, created by Bill Griffith, has become so oft-quoted that it is now in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations.

also designed the

Today Zippy appears in over 200 newspa- pers worldwide. There have been over a dozen paperback collections of Griffith's work and numerous comic book and maga- zine appearances, both here and abroad.

He became an irregular contributor to The New Yorker in 1994. Griffith lives and works in East Haddam, Connecticut, with his wife, cartoonist Diane Noomin. Go to

www.zippythepinhead.com

Tim Hensley was born in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1966. His work has most recently disappeared by being poured into a news- paper funnel as milk.

Xaime Hernandez is the cocreator of Love and Rockets and has been drawing it for 22 years. Along with the comic, he has just published a 700-page collection of his work, titled Locas.

John Holmstrom founded Punk magazine in 1975, a few months after seeing his first Ramones show at CBGB. He art directed their album cover and the cover of their first single release ("Blitzkrieg Bop"), illus- trated Rocket To Russia and Road To Ruin, and was an opening act for them at Bond's in NYC in 1981. Check out www.punkmagazine.com and www.johnholmstrom.com

Carol Lay has drawn comics and illustra- tions for many publications, including Mad, The Wall Street Journal, and The New Yorker. Her weekly comic strip, WayLay, can be seen on Salon. com and in many weekly and daily strips here and abroad. Visit www.waylay.com

Bobby London is best known as the National Lampoon cartoonist, but in the early 1980s, he was also in a lower Manhattan rock 'n' roll band for which he sang, wrote songs, and played a yellow Fender Telecaster guitar. He now lives in Los Angeles, contributes to Playboy and Nickelodeon Magazine, and draws story- boards for TV cartoons. Check out his work at www.dirtyduck.com

Lorna Miller is one of the funniest comic artists working right now. Her intoxicating comic Witch has been praised from

Slovenia to Hong Kong and is a favorite of

Robert Crumb. She lives on the south coast

of England with Chris B. Watson and Barney T. Spaniel. See her work at www.lornamiller.com

Eisner Award-winning cartoonist Bill Morrison started his career as an illustra- tor working in the field of motion picture advertising. He painted dozens of movie posters, including ones for The Little Mermaid, Bambi, Peter Pan, and The Jungle Book. He has created thousands of The Simpsons drawings for T-shirts, video games, posters, toy packaging, books, cal- endars, limited edition prints, etc. He was

art director for both Futurama and Bongo Comics and drew the very first Simpsons comic. He has had a hand in every Bongo Comic to date, either writing, pencilling, inking, or supervising, while also writing and drawing his own series, the four-time Eisner Award-nominated Roswell, Little Green Man. Go to www.littlegreenman.com

John Pound has painted humor trading cards, comic book covers, fantasy book covers, art prints, skateboards, and maga- zine illustrations. He painted many Garbage Pail Kids iAl for Topps'" and art for Wacky Packages"', Mars Attacks"', Howard the Duck, and Animaniacs iAl His art was fea- tured in JUXTAPOZmagazine issue #1. Look for more at www.poundart.com

Johnny Ryan draws Angry Youth Comix as well as the weekly cartoon strip Blecky Yuckerella. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two cats. You can buy all sorts of wonderful crap from him at

www.johnnyr.com

Souther Salazar is a painter/doodlist living in Los Angeles. Destined For Dizziness, his first children's book, was released this summer from buenaventura press. To find out more, visit www.southersalazar.net!

John Seabury is a performing musician and graphic artist, combining both in the 70s garage band Psycotic Pineapple, whose graphic mascot is the infamous "Pynoman" (www.pynoman.com). His illustrations for Kevin Gilbert's CD The Shaming Of The True earned him a Grammy'" nomination for best packaging. John's work is featured in both The Art Of Rock (Abbeville Press) and the new Art Of Modern Rock (Chronicle Books). View his work at www.johnseabury.com

An award-winning professional cartoonist! writer in the fields of comic books, anima- tion, and advertising, Scott Shaw! has also worked as a comic book retailer and

remains a reader, collector, and fan of car- tooning in all its forms. Born in New York City and raised in San Diego, Scott current-

ly lives in Sherman Oaks, California, with

his wife, Judith, and son, Kirby, along with

their three cats. Get the whole story at

www.shawcartoons.com

Since the early '90s Christine Shields has been a part of the music, comics, and art scenes in New York and San Francisco. Currently she is working on a large series of portraits of the musicians, artists, and category-defying folks who make up her social world. She lives in San Francisco, California.

William Stout began his professional career in 1968. Early on he assisted with the Tarzan of the Apes newspaper strips and Eisner Award-winning graphic novels.

A few years later he gained international

notoriety for his many rock 'n' roll "bootleg"

record album covers. Stout has worked on the advertising for over 120 films, including Rock 'n' Roll High School, for which he drew the poster and print ads. He has also worked as a production designer on numerous films and recently completed designs for The Muppets Wizard Of Oz film as well as Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth; he will soon begin work on del Taro's At The Mountains Of Madness. Stout's landmark masterwork, 1981 's The

New View Of A Lost

Era, has been recently updated and repub- lished as The New Dinosaurs. Stout's work has been awarded the Benjamin Franklin Award, Eisner Award, Harvey Award, Spectrum Silver Award, and Gold and Silver Medals from the Society of Illustrators. To date, over 20 million William Stout trading cards have been sold. He resides in Pasadena, California, with his perfect wife and their two brilliant sons. See more of his work at www.williamstout.com

Steve Vance is thought to be the only per- son to have received both a Grammy'" award for album design and an Eisner award for cartooning. He lives in Los Angeles, where he shares a studio with his wife, Cindy, and thousands of old comics, vintage paperbacks, pulp magazines, and a copy of the first Ramones LP on vinyl. Check out thinkmodern.com & stevevance.com

In 1976 Jonathan Vankin was the only kid in his tiny New England high school with the Ramones' first album on his turntable. This branded him as a strange and lonely out- cast, but he didn't care-the Ramones let him know it was OK. He grew up to be a journalist and had the rare thrill of inter- viewing the band in 1988. With his journal- istic goals thus fulfilled, he went on to write comic books. He thinks his boyhood idols would approve.

Wayno is an illustrator, cartoonist, writer, and collector of unusual music. His work has appeared in numerous periodicals, and he has illustrated CD covers for Rhino, Merge, Get Hip, Arf! Arf! and Basta, and dozens of cards for American Greetings Company. He's also created 163 (and count- ing) portraits of recording stars for Rhino. Wayno works in Pittsburgh, where he lives with his wife, Kimberly. Go to www.wayno.com for more info.

Steven Weissman is a cartoonist living in Little Armenia, U.S.A. He has four books in print from Fantagraphics Books, Inc. (www.fantagraphics.com). Look for more of his art at www.comicartcollective.com

Jim Woodring never got over it. He gives free rein to his excited misperceptions in comics, drawings, and paintings, which can be seen at www.jimwoodring.com

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