from a story for CARtoons (1987)

Shawn Kerri was one of the few females that drew for CARtoons magazine. She started with CARtoons in 1975 and stayed there until the end in 1991. From 1978 to 1982, she wrote some scenarios for some 'Donald Duck' stories, that appeared in international Disney publications (art by Tony Strobl and the Jaime Diaz Studio). She was heavily into the punk rock scene, and she illustrated the flyers for several bands. She died when she was less than 40 years old, due to a longtime problem with drugs.

History of CARtoons

Laatste update: 2011-06-10

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