Comic artist forgets expensive artwork in NYC taxi

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Kristine Stone’s father Neil Adams is known for his famous drawings.

He’s always creating comics, but there’s nothing comical about what happened to him in a taxi cab.

According to his daughter, Adams left between 80 and 100 drawings in the trunk of his cab on his way home from work on September 4th. The books were in a tote bag.

That was weeks ago and they still haven’t turned up. They’re looking for some superhero help.

Adams’ studio is full of familiar faces, Superman, Batman, and The Green Lantern to name a few.

The family is hoping all taxi drivers see this and remember to give him a call.

The Taxi and Limousine Commission said since we’re missing some critical details, isolating the specific taxi has been a challenge, and he hopes someone sees this report and returns the comics.