Update on stolen Brent Anderson art

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201108010132 Update on stolen Brent Anderson art

Artist Brent Anderson has sent out an updated list of the art that was stolen from his car just after the San Diego Comic-Con. If you see any of this for sale, please contact him. Images of some of the stolen art can be seen on his art page.


Art collectors, Art Sellers and Retailers,

Here is an update on the Green Lantern pages stolen from me on Monday July 25, 2011:

Green Lantern Stolen Art List

Green Lantern: Legacy pp. 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 18, 20, 21, 24, 30-36, 38-40, 42-46, 48, 51-57, 60 & 67-69
All other pages between 1 and 70 sold prior to Monday July 25, 2011 are “safe” pages. If any person’s safe page is on the stolen list, email Brent Anderson at kneedeep@sonic.net with the page number and the location and date the page was purchased, and it will be recorded with the San Diego Police Department as safe and added to the Safe List.

Silver Age: Green Lantern #1 pp. 3, 5, 7, & 8
All other pages sold prior to Monday July 25, 2011 are “safe” pages. If any person’s safe page is on the stolen list, email Brent Anderson at kneedeep@sonic.net with the page number and the location and date the page was purchased, and it will be recorded with the San Diego Police Department as safe and added to the Safe List.

Green Lantern/Plastic Man 1-Shot (1 of 2) pp. 3, 4, 19, 21, 22; (2 of 2)
pp. 1, 2, 7, 10, 14, 16
All other pages sold prior to Monday July 25, 2011 are “safe” pages. If any person’s safe page is on the stolen list, email Brent Anderson at kneedeep@sonic.net with the page number and the location and date the page was purchased, and it will be recorded with the San Diego Police Department as safe and added to the Safe List.

Comments

  1. ikaras says:

    It would be a very sad thing if this artwork ended up in the trash because the guy didn’t know what to do with it. I would hope they’d at least realize it has value even if they aren’t comic book people. If they are comic book people, and are seeing the announcements on comics blogs, maybe propose a safe haven, no questions asked if returned to a local SD comic book shop policy?

  2. Mary Jo says:

    I bought one of the pages from GL: Legacy from Mr. Anderson at SDCC in 2003. One more safe page-this page was listed as one the stolen pages above. I already phoned and e-mailed Mr. Anderson with the info.

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