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This is the one comic strips that inspired office working class comedy of today! Without this comic strips, I seriously doubt that shows and movies that dealt with office situation comedy such as The Office and Office Space would ever the same as we all know it. Don't let this comic strips make you think that it's only appealing to office workers, instead it's for everybody who's able to get jokes, knows computers computers, and relate to work. To me, there was never a single day where Scott Adams failed to make me laugh ^^ that's why Dilbert has still is going over two decades since it begun.
Worlds most best comic period. Extremely funny, smart humor, and they are all real things that could happen. Except, of course, and dog can't work. that was kind've fake.
The only reason this comic is not number one is that it's a smart comic; many people do not understand it.
With its great characters and funny strips, Dilbert is the best.
The ultimate comic strip. IF you're looking for adventure, combined with seriousness and a lot of witty humor, read the phantom! Most stories are a lot better than any action movie.
This is the best comic strip I have ever read. I Specially like the realistic nature of the comics. also the fantastic places that 21 generation of phantom and the adventure is simply fantastic
The best comic strip ever. Far more realistic than garfield and foxtrot and such. Always a good read. This should be at the top of the list.
As good as the Clam got Hands
hard to chose,but this is my favorite at the moment
Walt Kelly's work laid the foundation for Calvin & Hobbes. An oldie but a goodie.
Pisses on everything else on this list except for Calvin ^^ Hobbes and Peanuts
The Boondocks is definitely the funniest comic strip ever. Which other strp tales as many jibes at popular society than this?
The best comic strip I've ever had the pleasure to come across!
The Adventures of Tintin is a wonderful comic book series by Herge. Sadly, he died before completing the last book. This is a series about a teenager called Tintin, his dog Snowy and his friend Captain Haddock. Tintin is a journalist but he is rarely seen submitting a story. Instead, he solves crime and is more of a detective than a journalist. Herge has combined suspense, drama and humor to make this wonderful series. I would recommend it for children aged 9+.
Anti-humor at it's finest.
Big Nate is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Lincoln Peirce. The strip is about a boy named Nate Wright, a rebellious and energetic sixth-grader, and his classmates and teachers. Nate is portrayed as a boy with little interest in studies or conforming to standards. Because of this, he often ends up in detention. Some of the staff at the school include Mrs. Godfrey (Nate's social studies teacher and chief faculty nemesis), art teacher Mr. Rosa, Principal Nichols, Mrs. Shipulski, and Mrs. Czerwicki. Nate's best friends include Francis Pope and Teddy Ortiz. In recent strips they formed a garage band named Enslave the Mollusk, which appears to have broken up.
Ever read it? If you have not, you don't read the newspaper. I don't think it's better than Calvin and Hobbes, or the far side, or dilbert, or Garfield, but it's still one of the best comics ever.
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