Monthly Archives: February 2014

10 movies that sound like they’re for kids… but REALLY aren’t

I could probably have drawn a whole other comic based on the suggestions I’ve already got for this comic. Maybe I will. It’s a fun idea. Back when I used to draw for MTV, I did something similar about song that sound like they could be for kids but aren’t. This one is clearly about movies.

Here are the ones people have said I missed:

Pineapple Express

Animal House


Child’s Play

Rosemary’s Baby



Back Pain

Going to the doctor can be really embarrassing when it makes you realize how out of shape you are. Like I said in this new Dustinland comic, it turns out that I literally hurt myself by sleeping. Not running, not playing basketball, not skateboarding. Sleeping. This is the kind of thing that happens as you get older. It’s like the Louis CK bit where he asks the doctor what he can do about his knee and the doctor says, “Eh, nothing. Your knee is just shitty.” I mean I can do something about my stupid back problem, and I am, and it involves pillows and a giant rubberband, but you get the point.

Well, on the bright side, any time I get sick or hurt in any way, it does inspire me to work out more and eat healthier, so at least there’s that. 


Damn kids and their cuteness and lovability. Yup, that’s what this comic is about. I like to tug at the old heart strings every now and then, just to keep you off guard. 

Real Time Social Media Super Bowl Ads

You know, I really did post these fake ad comic things online during the Super Bowl. On Twitter and Facebook. At least, I started to. But then I realized no one cares. Maybe because they were too busy watching the game, and the real ads. Maybe because their Twitter feeds were overflowing with an unfathomable amount of tweets, impossible to keep up with—or to stick out from. Maybe no one got the joke. Who knows.

But I still stand by the true point of my commentary, which is this: Everyone wants to get in on the Super Bowl, and doing it through social media channels seems like the cheap way to do it. But if an ad is a cheap fit that does nothing but stick a corporate brand where it doesn’t belong, no one is going to care. Even on the biggest ad day of the year.

P.S. My favorites are Armaluce, Golden Tate and Demaryius.