dilbert is a man for the nineties--broken,defeated and living with fear. dogbert, his canine companion (do not even consider calling him a "pet.") plans to conquer the world, torment Dilbert and make us laugh as well fear our own dogs. The artwork is ,well, my seven year old son draws better, but he isn't as observant or astute--at least not yet. Dilbert the comic strip is the best one out there, bar none.It is worth any number of "realistic" looking strips like "Mary Worth" or "Apt.3-G" out there. We at the Bethany, OK library snatch the new Dilbert books when the come in and only let regular mortals check them out when we are finished, and when we feel like it. Dilbert is read by kids, adults, childish adults, and adolescents. And they all "get it."
Well, the book was great, right up to the point where Dilbert died. In "Casual Day Has Gone Too Far", Dogbert dies. Luckily, each were restored. But I'd like to know what was going through the mind of SCOTT ADAMS when he decided to have this happen. What??!! I demand a reason for why I am forced to say WhAt?!?! If you're Scott Adams, and you read this, then you had better respond with facts (On the topic). (PS. That wasn't really a threat.)
Scott Adams presents a very refreshing book with very good sense of humour. I personally prefer the chapters where the author works a little bit more with the office subjects, which are not completely adressed in this book in particular, but definitely, the cases he presents here always make you laugh, specially because they always remind us of a familiar situation.