I did a little more research for this second issue and discovered that Hendricks has a nice web presence, something that a surprising number of fledgling mini-comics creators totally miss out on in terms of self-promotion. He continues the same concept here as the first issue, illustrating “Missed Connections” postings from Craigslist that hail from Chicago, Detroit, New York, and San Francisco. I was pleased to see Hendricks use heavier paper stock for a better designed cover, and a couple of pull quotes on the back, upping his game with nice small moves. It’s refreshing to see someone just get it, with discernible actions toward improvement. This time out we get an anonymous man swiping at his wife about his “missing balls,” someone leaving some rather unfortunate medication at a hook-up’s house, a sad one about parting – ostensibly from balloons, web toes in a group shower leading to a possible connection, the magic of boobs, a flasher admitting his mistake in public, a girl in a freezer, etc. This one is a scary interpretation that shows an actual female head in a freezer(!). Is it just my imagination or were some of the weirdest, most disturbing ones from San Francisco? Anyway, some of these are so odd that you just can’t make this stuff up. For some reason, I enjoyed the post about someone wanting another party to come and kill a spider for them at 1am. Not only does the post get an actual reply, but it’s an alternative solution that seems to shake up the worldview of the original poster. Grade A.