Thursday, March 20, 2014

Plastino's JFK Story Now Where It Belongs

At the JFK Library in Boston:

Superman has finally soared into the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.
Legendary comic book artist Al Plastino thought he donated the 10 hand-drawn comic strips of Superman teaming up with John F. Kennedy decades ago, but the artwork somehow fell in the hands of a private owner.
In December, comic book publisher DC Entertainment bought the black-and-white artwork and donated it to the library.
Plastino died in November at the age of 91. His four children, grandchildren and wife attended the exhibit opening on Thursday.
“We are just thrilled that these came home to where they belong,” said his daughter MaryAnn Plastino Charles, who made the trek from Alabama.

Kudos to DC for doing the right thing.

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