The Rattler, a riveting, screamingly, dark and wonderful story.
McNamara hauntingly explores just how easy it is for good people to go bad.
Loss, grief, determination, and love; The Rattler refuses to let go.
McNamara has written a fun story that jumps from drama to horror to murder to psychological thriller and back again.
McNamara’s writing digs into the very soul of you, exploring every horrible and dark nook and cranny you wish you didn’t know about.
McNamara crafts a solid story with many intricate layers.
a truly fantastic piece of work from McNamara that delivers on all fronts
Jason and Rahsan’s comic is quite simply wonderful. In fact I’m somewhat in awe of how clever and well told the comic is.
the twist at the end will flick you in your heart place and put you in the mood for more.
Short Hand art from Rahsan Ekedal
this is definitely one of the most quick-witted comics you’re going to come across.
McNamara writes an absolutely stellar story. It’s a fantastic detective story, character piece, and emotional rollercoaster.
McNamara’s characters and dialogue are a lot of fun.
a compelling one-and-done detective story.
The Rattler. Illustrated by Greg Hinkle.
dark humor that has you both laughing out loud and staring open-mouthed in morbid fascination
the final few pages of particularly dark humor left me laughing out loud.
a great read for those looking for something better from your indie books
Mr. McNamara’s prose and Ms. Braddock’s pencils compliment each other perfectly and are a credit to a collaborative medium.
The Martian Confederacy. Illustrated by Paige Braddock.
The Martian Confederacy is brimming with a gonzo sense of humor...brilliant ideas, engaging characters, and an undercurrent of socially relevant themes.
I simply couldn’t put The Martian Confederacy down until I had finished it, and when I was all done, I wanted more.
a nice balance of fun, weird, sexy, dramatic and touching.
McNamara’s script crackles right along, with plenty of wit and wry humor
Art Show Flyer designed by James Sime featuring art by Tony Talbert.
Continuity is a powerful piece of urban horror, turning teenage angst into creeping Armageddon.
a compelling read with characters that easily immerse you into their lives
Continuity has an emotional depth and resonance
It’s a loss of innocence symbolized here intelligently and respectively, never forgetting to be entertaining in the process
The Rattler illustrated by Greg Hinkle.
First Moon is a dark, gothic fairytale. Atmospheric. Eerie even. But ultimately heartwarming.
First Moon is a well-charted graphic story that makes smart use of its historical back tale.
(Operation Ajax) is a must-read for fans of comics and history.
a rollicking adventure, its very well done.