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Paperback Journey to Cubeville, 12: A Dilbert Book

ISBN: 0836267451

ISBN13: 9780836267457

Journey to Cubeville, 12: A Dilbert Book

(Book #12 in the Dilbert Series)

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Dilbert creator Scott Adams has something special for everyone who thinks their workplace is a living monument to inefficiency ... or, for those who have been led to believe unnecessary work is like popcorn for the soul.

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A must-have

Journey to Cubeville is a 224-page collection of Scott Adams' hilarious Dilbert cartoons. Dated between 11/1/96 and 1/4/98, these cartoons include all of the normal Dilbert crew: Dilbert, Alice, Wally, Asok, Dogbert, Catbert (a personal favorite), and so forth. The cartoons themselves appear as they did in your favorite newspaper, with the big Sunday ones printed in bright color! Plus, as a bonus, this book includes pop-out finger-puppets, which includes Dilbert, Wally, Alice, Dogbert, Ratbert, the Pointy-Haired-One, and a cubicle. (Dilbert wouldn't be Dilbert without a cubicle!) This book is great, a must-have addition to the library of any Scott Adams fan. And, the finger-puppets make it that much better. This is perhaps the best Dilbert book of them all - buy it!

The best Dilbert collection ever!!!

JOURNEY TO CUBEVILLE is the absolute best collection of Dilbert comic strips!!! The whole hilarious gang (`specially Wally,Alice and Dilbert et. al) just saturates every single page with their best laughs.So whether you`re wandering through a bookstore,or on the net,DO NOT miss out on JOURNEY TO CUBEVILLE.It`s worth the money!


Not much new here for Dilbert fans, but a slightly above average version of his common theme: harping on the hells of cubicle life. As business returns to conservatism after the splurge of the nineties, perhaps these cartoons will be more necessary to keep up spirits among oppressed workers everywhere. Have fun reading this, and don't read them all at once!

The Finger Puppets Were Fun

This book has some of Scott Adams' best work in it. Just pour on the sarcasm and take shots at corporate America!In addition, there are punch out Dilbert finger puppets with a punch-out cubical so you can "Micro Manage" your own group of peons (as close as most of us will get :-)

The Best of Dilbert!

This collection of comic strips really is a classic. I've found that many of the strips in it are used in Dilbert calendars. Happy reading! It is one of the funniest Dilbert collections I ever read.
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