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.
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.
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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