Michael Davis: Does @UPS Care About Missing Denys Cowan Art?

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5 Responses

  1. Megan Sawyer says:

    If you haven’t already, please post thumbnails or images of the 27 missing pieces of artwork – it should be forwarded to every art gallery/comic book shop/etc in Kentucky and Maryland for when/if these assholes try to sell it. Hopefully that way you can catch them and hopefully get the art back. (I can cover emailing Maryland, if you need help)

  2. I am very disappointed in UPS for this.
    I took the email addresses listed above and sent the following email:

    I am a professional consultant, a comics fan and the father of Michael Davis’ associate James Rhoades.
    I have been following with some interest the situation with the loss of irreplaceable art and your companies seeming refusal to follow up and truly attempt a resolution. The proposition that these pieces of art ‘fell’ out of the package is laughable. That your company would state that as the reason for the loss and stick to that story is both tragic and speaks of a lack or professional ethics and pride that is concerning for anybody that might want to ship anything of value with you.

    I am writing to let you know this and to ask you what you plan to do about this situation.


    David Rhoades

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