Homemade Fernet Jelly

I recently gave Christine a copy of Cooking with Fernet Branca, a silly book about a biter writer who has to suffer the unpleasant company of his neighbor. The book isn’t actually a cookbook, but it does contain some rather adventurous recipes. In fact Christine just made chocolate fried mussels from one the very first recipes in chapter one. It was great, but sadly lacking in the Fernet department.

So I went through and found this super simple recipe for homemade Fernet jelly. I’ve never made a jelly before, and this recipe is about was a great starting place. If you love Fernet, you’ll really enjoy this jelly. It’s a bit figgy, sort of savory, and very boozy. We used Fernet Branca for this first batch, but I bet it would work fantastic with Fernet Francisco too. It goes great with peanut butter too!

If you are interested, you can find the recipe on Stir and Strain, where you can also find recipes for Fernet Chicken and Fernet Lollipops.

Buy “FAR AWAY” my Star Wars inspired comic now


Far Away, my Star Wars inspired comic about a young girl and an empirial droid stuck together on an exotic planet, is now available in either print or digital form.

This book is some of my best art work, and I was lucky enough to work with my friend Mike Hales to help with coloring.

I’m reading my two newest comic books at Lit Crawl This Saturday


I spent last weekend at Mission Comics creating my 12th (or possibly 13th?) 24 Hour Comic Book. This year’s book is called “Flies On Mars” and is about the pioneering spirit of fruit flies. I’ll talk more about that book in another update, but I just wanted to let y’all know that I’ll be reading two of my newest comic books, “Flies on Mars” and “Far Away” at Mission Comics next Saturday as part of the Lit Crawl.

If all goes well, I’ll have physical copies of Far Away for sale too. Come and watch.

A reading of original comics’ works while cartoonists stand semi-awkwardly in front of a screen projection of said works.
Saturday October 15, 2016 7:15pm – 8:15pm
Mission Comics & Art 2250 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

“Throw” a great documentary about a yo-yoer named Coffin.


Throw is a short documentary that follows my friend Coffin Nachtmahr, a bad ass yo-yoer from East Baltimore that happens to have a speech impediment. Coffin never really felt like he fit in anywhere until he found a yo-yo.

I think many of us have had issues fitting in, so this touching story is probably something many of us can relate too. I bought my first yo-yo on my 21st birthday while I was visiting the Space Needle in Seattle… I can’t imagine how different my life would be now if I had bought a snowglobe instead.

I’m so energized by this film and I’m so glad it’s finally online. Please watch it and share it around.

THROW from Early Light Media on Vimeo.

My 10 most popular GIFs on Giphy

The folks at Giphy have been killing it this year and I’ve really enjoyed having my own artist page where I can share all my original animated GIFs. Recently, Giphy has started displaying the total views for each GIF, so I thought it would be fun to go through and pick out my 10 most popular GIFs on Giphy.


Created with Trixel art, then glitched using pixel sorting techniques.

Bob Moog

In honor of Bob Moog’s birthday.


An original concept design for our Sweet Ride video game. We later replaced the pizza with a donut. Continue reading →