Like the first issue, the second installment of Rancid Milk Presents collects an assortment of gag strips, literary adaptations, and short stories that I've done here and there. However, a recurring theme of impermanence comes up in more than a few entries.
"I See Your Face Before Me" is a riff on the old-fashioned romance comics of the West and the shojo manga of the East. Also included are a few gag strips as well as comics adaptations of poetry written by Edgar Allan Poe, Lewis Carroll, and Percy Blythe Shelley.
Rounding things out is "The Great Below". I wrote that story after the passing of a loved one and it's a meditation upon the nature of death and grief.