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Great News For Proof Fans!

June 2, 2009

Posted by Alex Grecian, Proof co-creator and writer, on his message board.

This was just leaked by Comics2Film.com, so I guess I'm allowed to talk about it now:


PROOF of Samuel L. Jackson

Comics2Film has learned that plans are afoot (pun intended) to convert the fine Image Comics title 'Proof' into an animated film or TV series. Most interesting is that Samuel L. Jackson is flirting with the lead role, as the voice of the titular Sasquatch character.

The comic, created by writer Alex Grecian and artist Riley Rossmo and published by Image, tells of John "Proof" Prufrock the lead investigator for a secret organization that specializes in tracking and capturing cryptids and other strange creatures. Proof is a very refined and well-educated gent who also happens to be the only known living specimen of a Bigfoot.

Animation scribe Evan Gore is currently writing the script. Gore's work has been seen on numerous cartoons, including 'George of the Jungle', 'Jimmy Neutron' and 'Futurama'.



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