Jason McNamara

Writer At Large
Stephen experiences the horror of his Sallie Mae bill. To see what happens to his credit next, check out The Rattler. 

Stephen experiences the horror of his Sallie Mae bill. To see what happens to his credit next, check out The Rattler. 

The future Rattler creators at Emerald City Comicon 2012. Also the last con I ever did. 

The future Rattler creators at Emerald City Comicon 2012. Also the last con I ever did. 

Spotlight Ink – The Rattler | Nerdgasms

"From cover to panel art to writing, this is an absolute gem of a book. It makes it even more special of a read that it is put together free from a major publisher." Nergasm gets behind The Rattler Kickstarter!

hinklehaus:

comicsalliance:

JASON MCNAMARA AND GREG HINKLE KICKSTART ‘THE RATTLER’ AND IT LOOKS TERRIFYING
One of the really cool things about Kickstarter and what it’s done for comics is that you can have the experience of heading to a con and walking down Artist’s Alley to see what’s new and interesting without ever leaving your house. It’s a cool feeling, especially when you find something that seems immediately thrilling, like I did when I caught a glimpse of Jason McNamara and Greg Hinkle‘s The Rattler, a new 96-page graphic novel that just met its funding goal.
It was the premise that got me: A man watches his fiance as she’s abducted without a trace right in front of him, and then starts hearing her voice ten years later. It’s the kind of immediately chilling idea that I want to learn more about as soon as I hear it, and fortunately, that’s now an option
READ MORE

Thanks for the kind words, Mr. Sims!

hinklehaus:

comicsalliance:

JASON MCNAMARA AND GREG HINKLE KICKSTART ‘THE RATTLER’ AND IT LOOKS TERRIFYING

One of the really cool things about Kickstarter and what it’s done for comics is that you can have the experience of heading to a con and walking down Artist’s Alley to see what’s new and interesting without ever leaving your house. It’s a cool feeling, especially when you find something that seems immediately thrilling, like I did when I caught a glimpse of Jason McNamara and Greg Hinkle‘s The Rattler, a new 96-page graphic novel that just met its funding goal.

It was the premise that got me: A man watches his fiance as she’s abducted without a trace right in front of him, and then starts hearing her voice ten years later. It’s the kind of immediately chilling idea that I want to learn more about as soon as I hear it, and fortunately, that’s now an option

READ MORE

Thanks for the kind words, Mr. Sims!

Anonymous asked: why is it that comics publishers accept art samples but not writing samples?

brianmichaelbendis:

because stealing ideas is easier and harder to prove than stealing someone’s artwork. It sucks. I know

Too true…

McNamara, Hinkle crowdsource The Rattler

The Rattler receives an outstanding recommendation from Nerdspan! Thank you guys!

Nerdlocker gives the Rattler 5 out of 5 Nerd Skulls! Thank you Bobby D.