Hendry Prasetya Archives

God Complex #6 cover by Hendry Prasetya
The signal interference turns into a boon, and Seneca may finally find some answers. God Complex #6 cover by Hendry Prasetya God Complex #6 finishes off the first volume of the series, and it does so in an intentionally vague yet ultimately satisfying fashion. The "Greek pantheon versus Christianity" metanarrative of the comic doesn't make anymore sense than[...]
God Complex #5 cover by Isuardi Therianto
The "realism" of a physical body entering an electronic information space aside, it is hard to get a grasp of the stakes when everything you're looking at is assumedly metaphorical, and the Deltoids don't have a particularly interesting visual design. The comic does kick into high gear in the second half, when Seneca and Apollo butt[...]
God Complex #2 cover by Hendry Prasetya
The two discuss the cases he is investigating, and, during this, Apollo explains the One God, the Trinity, to Seneca. After this debriefing, Seneca is witness to another murder with grave consequences and bizarre implications. Hermes then sends Seneca to seek insight from the enigmatic Fates. God Complex #2 cover by Hendry Prasetya A mixture of Blade Runner, Matrix,[...]
Talking Power Rangers With Kyle Higgins
To be able to do that, along with Hendry Prasetya, my partner in crime in all this, has been rewarding Just to have people come up and tell me that it's their favorite version of Power Rangers, that's really cool I try not to think about that stuff too much, because you don't want to[...]