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Starr Ramone #5

A brand new Starr Ramone by Mae Lyne shows behind the scenes after a show.

By Comics, Featured Comics 5

Transcript: Panel 1. The Starr Ramone Band (Starr Ramone on vocals, Karl Ritchie on guitar, Bébé Davenport on bass, and Dave Lyne on drums) play a punk show. Panel 2. In a stairwell, The Starr Ramone band is given a fistful of money by an off-panel manager. He says to them, “This is for the show.” Panel 3. Starr counts the money. Behind her, Dave makes a comment about the low pay to Bébé, saying “What’s up with this 1978 pay?” Panel 4. A bit later, we see Starr holding up a flyer for a punk musician union called “Fair Pay” while talking to a passerby. On the right, Dave passes a flyer to another passerby. In the background, Karl holds up a union sign next to Bébé. Starr says, “We’ve started a punk musician union…” Dave adds, “Power to the people.”

The band fights for what they deserve in this issue of Starr Ramone by Mae Lyne.

Transcript:

Panel 1. The Starr Ramone Band (Starr Ramone on vocals, Karl Ritchie on guitar, Bébé Davenport on bass, and Dave Lyne on drums) play a punk show.

Panel 2. In a stairwell, The Starr Ramone band is given a fistful of money by an off-panel manager. He says to them, “This is for the show.”

Panel 3. Starr counts the money. Behind her, Dave makes a comment about the low pay to Bébé, saying “What’s up with this 1978 pay?”

Panel 4. A bit later, we see Starr holding up a flyer for a punk musician union called “Fair Pay” while talking to a passerby. On the right, Dave passes a flyer to another passerby. In the background, Karl holds up a union sign next to Bébé. Starr says, “We’ve started a punk musician union…” Dave adds, “Power to the people.”

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