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Dilbert

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Genre: Workplace
Date Added: Before Time Began
Last Update: 16 April 2008
URL: www.dilbert.com/strips
Current Comic Ranking: 1042/22952
Views This Month: 2661   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 519   (More...)
Favourite of: 644 members
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Synopsis:
Based in a company which name changes often. An engineer named Dilbert goes about his everyday job with the same co-workers everyday. The boss however is a stupid idiot (like all managers) and asks for the stupidest takes to be done.

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Tru Smiles 4/5
One of the best comics I've ever read, although some of the corperate jokes fall on me.
Tropylium  
…And now it's Bingbert…
Tropylium  
Okay, who changed this comic's name to "Dingbert"?
Selkey 5/5
who cares whether it's a webcomic or not? It's still funny.
Traitorfish 5/5
Hooray for Dilbert! Tis truly great! Plus, unlike the C&H site, this site isn't packed with adds. (Why most those idioits corrupt C&H with their damn pop-ups?)
Probably even funnier if you've ever worked in an office, or even worked at all. I haven't.
zooker 5/5
This is one of my favorite comics ever, simply put. Always smart, always funny.
680216 5/5
As an alternative for those who are interested, there is a slightly different comic at www.DilbertSucks.com
Donny 5/5
Scott Adams was the first syndicated cartoonist to embrace the web and the close ties to his fans it can help create. I think it being on the web pre-dates most actual web comics. Dilbert's existance and ranking on this site are more than justified. Scott Adams is a legend.
J.K. 5/5
For those of us who get the inside jokes about the corporate world, this one's pure gold. Who cares if it started in newspapers and not the Web? Bow down to true talent!
John 1/5
Dilbert sucks ass! I don't like now and never will
Me. 5/5
Not every Dilbert is a winner, but there are enough laugh-out-loud classics to forever cement this one as the king of syndicated comics (plus the short-lived show was amazing!). Humor flows not out of the fact that the author was a corporate drone, but out of the fact that he is an intelligent enough man to understand WHY the world around him was messed up.
OldeCow69 5/5
Sure the artwork's nothing to get excited about, but the with Dilbert it's all about the dialog, and it's painfully funny. But then I'm biased, I work with people not altogether unlike his characters. :D
high_decibel 5/5
funny that...its a comic and it's on the "Web" yet is not a webcomic?! (possibly the weirdest thing i've heard today). heck i like both megatokyo and dilbert. You can't compare the 2, as their both so different. Dilbert does of course appeal to a more mature audience, and therefore more widely know. Thumbs up for dilbert...he has the coolest hair for sure!
high_decibel  
funny that...its a comic and it's on the "Web" yet is not a webcomic?! (possibly the weirdest thing i've heard today). heck i like both megatokyo and dilbert. You can't compare the 2, as their both so different. Dilbert does of course appeal to a more mature audience, and therefore more widely know. Thumbs up for dilbert...he has the coolest hair for sure!
Marcus Blacksmith 5/5
Ummm, maybe it's just the lifestyle I lead, but I know at least as many Megatokyo readers as I do people who've heard of Dilbert.

Not to down either - I have a spot in my heart for Dilbert too - but it's too easy to underestimate the popularity of certain webcomics.
Sushiman 1/5
This comic sucks anyway. :\ Why the hell is it on this site? It's not a webcomic. It's a crappy syndicated one with lame, done 5 billion times already jokes.
Rabid Fan 5/5
Why in the world this comic not marked as "Popular" when it is clearly one of the top mainstream comics out there beating in popularity all the webcomics out here?

Proof? Just walk around some random area you your place and ask people what's "Megatokyo" or "Penny-Arcade." Chances are they have no idea. Mention Dilbert and they instantly know.

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