This new Dustinland comic — the last of 2019 — is a bit of a “guide”‘ for your 2020 new year’s resolutions. But you know, it’s a bit tongue in cheek. You’ll see what I mean. Let’s just say that next year, maybe give yourself a bit of a break, if that’s what it takes to keep your sanity.
Good luck, happy new year, and thanks for reading!
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Happy New Year everyone! This final Dustinland comic of 2015 highlights what’s in store for all the parents of small children out there – and it’s not a late night of dining, dancing and drinking.
Enjoy and thanks for the support! See you all in 2016!
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Hey, check out this special comic celebrating 2012! I usually like to end off the year with these sort of look back type strips, but this year I decided to jazz it up a bit and make it more interactive. Let me know if you like it! Maybe I’ll do more of these.
This year kinda sucked a bit, but it could have been worse so here’s to a great 2013!
PS Check out these Dustinland comics looking back at other years:
2002 2003 2005 2008 2000-2009 – worst decade ever 2010 2011
I love doing these year in review comics at the end of each year. For one, it’s just interesting to take a look back and get a good picture of the last 365 days, see what you’ve already forgotten about and see what sort of trends were going on in the world. Last year I found to be the year social media really took the world by storm so the theme of my comic was all internety. This year was really all about protests and revolution and what not, although I didn’t follow through with that theme in my weird ass comic that I drew while I was a bit silly, if you know what I mean (these things are kinda detailed and need a lot of time to research and draw, and you have to stay entertained somehow, right?).
Oh, and two, I like doing these comics because five or 10 years from now, they’re even more interesting. Kinda like a little time capsule. Good times.
See you in 2012!
I like to do these big year end summaries every year and that’s what this week’s Dustinland is. I’ve definitely missed a few years, mostly because people don’t seem to really enjoy it when I do these. But you know, I like it, and it’s not like you people are paying me to do these comics. Yeah, sure, you click on an ad or two every once in a while, but still, as long as I’m self published, I’m going to keep putting out whatever kind of comics I feel like — even if they’re lame, unfunny, obvious and uninteresting: just like this one!
See you in ’09 with more self deprecating crap!