Here’s a sneak peek of a page I just finished for the next volume of “Stranger Two Stranger”
I just got another review of Volume 4 of Stranger Two Stranger. This one by Kevin at the Optical Sloth. Here’s a snippet of the review:I keep thinking that Robert is going to run out of material for these comics, or at least that the whole thing is going to start to feel repetitive. Nope, that is not the case, or at least not yet (keep pessimism alive!). This issue has probably the most eclectic mix of the bunch, and I defy you not to either laugh out loud or shake your head at least a few times in rueful amazement.
Here’s a page from Volume 4 of “Stranger Two Stranger” my mini comic illustrating Craigslist’s missed connections. The comic was recently reviewed by Justin Giampaoli for the Poopsheet Foundation.
Here’s a snippet of the review:If you have a twinge of voyeurism in you (c’mon admit it!) like I do, then you’ll want to check out the Stranger Two Stranger series. Hendricks has a gift for selecting some of the most interesting, odd, and thought-provoking ads, and in this issue that’s evidenced by “To My New Neighbor,” “ Robbery At Key Foods Redhead,” and “I Found Your Keys In My Bra,” which all make you try to extrapolate what happens next.
My latest little creative venture is an 8 page super mini comic with portraits.
Another review for my mini comic “The Disappearance of Gordon Page, Jr.” this time by The Optical Sloth. Here’s a snippet:Judging this as his first (?) foray into sequential storytelling, he does a nice job of getting out all the facts of the story, with quotes from his family (based on an old episode of “Unsolved Mysteries”).Read the whole review and pick up the comic for $1 at my Etsy shop.
New review for my comic
Here’s a page from my most recent mini-comic “The Disappearance of Gordon Page, Jr.” This was my first attempt at a long form single-topic comic. It was recently reviewed by Justin Giampaoli of thirteenminutes.blogspot.com and the poopsheetfoundation.com. Here’s a snippet:I enjoyed the story; in the end, a sad one about someone probably just trying to get home to his parents when he disappeared. Details like the baseball cards are chilling in their precision, but also logical given savant tendencies on the autism spectrum. The most disturbing aspect of this for me was that Hendricks captures a time period in the health care system that saw the rise in overmedication coupled with misdiagnosis, a silent epidemic that never really had any regulatory or legal repercussions for health care workers supposedly acting in good faith. Fans of any true crime or “Unsolved Mysteries” style shows are a group I can easily recommend this to, especially at the low risk price of just $1. Grade B+.Read the whole review. You can pick it up in my Etsy store along with my other comics illustrating Craigslist’s missed connections - “Stranger Two Stranger”
Check out my new comic
Brand New Mini Comic Released!!!
Gordie Page, 28, vanished from his bedroom at a foster care home in Grand Rapids, Michigan on the night of May 27, 1991. Page left no clues as to where he was going or why he left the home. He was not carrying any identification or cash when he left. The case remains unsolved.
This is the true story of Gordon Page, Jr. It is a 10 page mini comic, all in black and white and measures about 7x5 inches.
If you like non-fiction comics or comics based on history or real events, you may enjoy this comic.
Introducing my latest comic!
OK. So I missed a couple of Thursday updates…. But here is a two-page comic that appeared in Volume 1 of my mini comic Stranger Two Stranger.
All three volumes can be purchased in my Etsy store if you are interested.
A couple of pages from my mini comic illustrating Craigslist’s missed connections