I just saw this, via the 2000AD forums: a collage image of Jock's storyboards for last year's Dredd film. Some of the Savage Wolverine artist's concept work for the movie leaked onto the Internet before filming began, but as far as I can tell, this is the first time any sighting has been made of this particular aspect of his work on the production. The storyboards were lettered and compiled into comic book form by John J Hill Design.
Here's the site's description: "In order to secure financing for the comic book based sci-fi film DREDD, a package was put together for DNA Films consisting of the storyboards (drawn by acclaimed artist Jock) and script reformatted to create a comic book of the entire movie. The film was successfully produced and came out to critical (although not box office) success."
This is a tantalizing proposition. Surely an "Art of" book must be on the cards, featuring this and all the pre-viz work done by Jock and the many other artists who worked on the movie? Wouldn't that go some way to satisfying the film's ever-vocal fanbase?