Sort By:
Feb 5, 2009
Most people in my office suffer from CRS and can't remember things that happened just a few weeks ago. Some of you "Dilbert experts" strain yourself to point out similarities between strips, but luckily the rest of the world is not so picky, or perhaps anal.
+12 Rank Up Rank Down
Feb 5, 2009
After twenty years (more or less) of one every day can you blame him? Anyway, if people are willing to pay him twice for the same stuff it would be stupid of him not to repeat himself.
Feb 5, 2009
Bill Watterson (creater of Calvin and Hobbes) retired over 10 years ago. So their only showing repeats. Even though you can't really compare C&H to Dilbert. Their completely different strips in nearly every way. Dilbert is still better then Opus in many ways,and while his content of his strips is starting to get the feeling we are watching a re-run, there still definitely worth reading.

And this is nearly identical to the time Wally replaced the large customer "Willy". Scott is definitely running on old material and its not fooling anyone. I hope he gets some new ideas soon.
Feb 5, 2009
I think this strip's great, although i could swear dilbert's tie never flipped up that far before. maybe it's the suit making it look differant
-5 Rank Up Rank Down
Feb 5, 2009
[[side note: holy hell! It took me 5 attempts to log in (and yes, my un/pw were correct) ... Comics.com and Dilbert.com need to get their login system fixed!]] ............ elisobel - Dibert is FAR better then Calvin & Hobbes right now, which is about 42 days behind and showing Christmas Eve comics. ................ and the stuff Adam's does, even repeating it, is still better then stuff like Rex Morgan or Opus
Get the new Dilbert app!