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Stephen Bissette Accuses Denys Cowan Of Withholding Information About Missing Art; Cowan Responds

Swamp Thing and The Question

Last week it was revealed that the 27 pages of missing Denys Cowan comic art, believed by some to have been stolen, was finally returned to the artist. A short time later, Stephen Bissette -- the artist best known for his seminal work with Alan Moore and John Totleben on Saga of the Swamp Thing -- obliquely connected the Cowan news to an anecdote of his and Totleben's own, concerning Swamp Thing pages that had gone missing from the offices of DC Comics 30 years ago. Bissette posted about the story on Facebook, and when pressed for more information, stated that he and Cowan once had a conversation about the missing Swamp Thing work, and that Cowan implied he was aware of who had stolen the art. According to Bissette, when he and Totleben asked him to reveal who was behind the purported theft, Cowan refused.

Cowan was made aware of the accusations, and calls them baseless, stating in no uncertain terms that no such conversation between the creators about missing Swamp Thing art ever took place. Further, Cowan accused Bissette of slander, and suggested that, should Bissette's claims continue, he may take legal action.

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Denys Cowan’s Missing Art Has Been Found

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Denys Cowan's missing art is back where it belongs.

Last month it was revealed that Milestone co-founders Michael Davis and Cowan had shipped 28 pages of original art by Cowan to the Geppi Entertainment Museum in Baltimore, to be included in the “Milestones: African Americans In Comics, Pop Culture and Beyond" exhibit opening in December. But when the package arrived, 27 pages were missing, and it was the belief of many, most notably Davis, that the art had been stolen. But Cowan has announced that all 28 pages have now been returned to him, though some are not in the condition they were in when they were sent out.

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27 Pages of Original Denys Cowan Art Lost in Shipment to Museum

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Earlier this month, Milestone co-founders Denys Cowan and Michael Davis shipped 28 pages of Cowan's original art to the Geppi Entertainment Museum, to be included in the "Milestones: African Americans In Comics, Pop Culture and Beyond" exhibit being set up at the Baltimore museum. But when the package arrived, it was discovered that 27 pages of art were missing, which Davis believes were stolen while in transit.

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I’m David: Welcome to Black History Month

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I've been black since the day I was born, reading comics since before I could properly read, writing about comics since 2005, writing about the intersection of race and comics since 2006, and purposefully writing about the intersection of race and comics since 2007. I spent February 2008

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‘Static Shock Special’: A Fitting Tribute to Dwayne McDuffie [Exclusive Preview]

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This Wednesday, Static Shock Special hits the stands, and it serves as a tribute to the late Dwayne McDuffie, co-founder of Milestone Media in the '90s. It features work from several Milestone vets, including Denys Cowan, J.H. Williams III, and John Rozum, plus a story by w

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