I almost completely forgot about this stuff. I was organizing some shelves and stumbled onto the place I had buried all of this. For a few weeks last year, I worked on a piece of...cinematic history known as 'Zoom'. My job was to create some fake comics featuring the lead character in his heyday. I was hired by a nice fellow by the name of Barry Chusid, who also happened to be the production designer on Serenity, which I worked on previously. Barry has hosted myself and some friends on the sets several times, which I greatly appreciate. For this job, I had to keep the style appropriate for the era in which the comics were meant to have been printed, which turned out to be fun. I even went so far as to print the prop comics myself on newsprint complete with old advertisements and filler pages from the quarter bin at my local comic shop. I haven't seen the film, so I have no idea if anything I did made it in, but from what I understand, it might be one of the worst-reviewed films in history, so I don't know that I'd be all choked-up if nothing made the cut. Because I was really under the gun with lots of other work, I ended up enlisting a fellow artist by the name of Dan Panosian to contribute a sizable portion of the job, but here is some of what I came up with. The inimitable Dexter Vines inked the interiors. I only ended up coloring four of the six interior pages, but I have posted all of the line art. I also have some conceptual stuff that I will share once I get around to scanning it.