The first and last panels of the Lost zine I created for Light Grey Art Lab's Stacks zine exhibition. My year on the 1984-2014 timeline is 2004, the year the Lost pilot aired. Truthfully, I didn't fall immediately in love with the show; I sort of watched bits and pieces until some switch flipped and I was hooked. Came for the mysteries, stayed for the characters.
I've been rewatching it lately. I must've seen the first season four times through, but I had never seen the fourth season more than once until recently. Watching the later seasons again were a different kind of entertaining than the first time. The show is famous for giving little pieces of information to "reveal" bigger mysteries, but once you know everything, you're depending on other things to entertain. I'm amazed at how humorous a lot of it is. A reviewer referred to Lost as a pulp show, and I can't believe I didn't see it before, but it absolutely is. Pulp in the best way. Quality pulp.
You can buy one of the limited edition zines here. At this point, very limited–there are less than ten left!