His wife, Pat, considers him her only child. Breen later decided not to proceed with Dustinleading to a lawsuit by Kelley against the owners of the Union Tribunealleging that Breen had been improperly pressured not to collaborate with Kelley; the case was dismissed in but reinstated in Steve Kelley and Jeff Parker As unemployment increases and more and more somethings move back home, editorial cartoonists Steve Kelley and Jeff Parker have brought their commentary to the funnies with their collaborative comic strip, 'Dustin. An inveterate dreamer, Dustin refuses the prescribed route to success — working his way up. Dustin was initially planned as a collaboration between Kelley and Steve Breenwho was Kelley's successor as the staff editorial cartoonist of the San Diego Union Tribune after Kelley was fired from that position in
Helen KudlickDustin's mother, is a radio advice talk-show host of "Here's Helen," who occasionally endures one airheaded marijuana-advocate caller named Carl with some of his crazy questions.
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Always keeping faith that her son will do well eventually, even though she does have a shopaholic problem, especially over shoes. Kevin Fitch, Dustin's best friend, who actually works but is less ambitious and intelligent than Dustin is. Ed KudlickDustin's father, is an angry, bitter lawyer who despises Dustin's apparent laziness. Dustin was initially planned as a collaboration between Kelley and Steve Breenwho was Kelley's successor as the staff editorial cartoonist of the San Diego Union Tribune after Kelley was fired from that position in Despite his dysfunctional family atmosphere, Dustin remains stoic, a heroic everyman and inspiration to the reader, as he endures and strives, trying to find true employment and happiness. Steve Kelley's solo work appears in more than newspapers, as well as Time, Newsweek, and many others. Retrieved from " https: