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on 16 June 2008
This latest (31st) collection of Dilbert cartoons contains all the syndicated cartoon strips (including the longer Sunday strip) from March 2007 - early January 2008. As a bonus, they are now ALL in colour, not just the Sunday ones. I have really enjoyed this collection - Adams has hit a new bit of sharp form in this latest collection. Wally, PHB, Alice....they are all here. An excellent, humourous read. Highly recommended.
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on 25 March 2009
Another Dilbert installment. Another joy.

Dilbert can't get better, the genious of Scott Adams can't surely be surpassed. If you have ever worked for a big corporation and are familiar with the Dilbert comic strips, you know what I am talking about.
If you do and you haven't read Dilbert yet, do yourself a favour.

And if you don't work, good for you, but read it all the same, this unique blend of real and surreal humour does not get better.

Just the few strips with Mordac the Preventer of Information Technology are worth the money spent in this volume.
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Scott Adams is a genius as is his Dilbert creation. This collection is as fresh and to the point as the previous ones.
Anyone who works in an office will recognise so many characters and will have seen the cartoons pinned upon the walls gently pointing out the flaws in the latest stupidity from management.
If you know and love Dilbert, you will obviously love this too. If you don't work in an office it is possible you may not 'get' some of the humour so it is worth checking out first, but make no mistake - Scot Adams is a deserved hero to the abused office worker!
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on 10 January 2010
A must have gift for those of us working in the business world, especially engineering, very relevant, very observant, very witty!
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