It's Obvious You Won't Survive By Your Wits Alone

Dilbert book
book_name = It's Obvious You Won't Survive By Your Wits Alone


book_no = 6
date_1 = May 19
year_1 = 1991
date_2 = December 13
year_2 = 1992
published = August 1
p_year = 1995

It's Obvious You Won't Survive By Your Wits Alone Is the 6th Dilbert book. It features 19 months of Dilbert comic strips and an introduction by Scott Adams. The book's Sunday Strips are in color. Its genre is humor.

Plot

It centers around the stories of Dilbert, main character and engineer, and his pet Dogbert, plus minor appearances from Bob and Dawn, the dinosaurs.

Most of the strips from this collection are set in Dilbert's home, while later strips are mostly based out of the office and thus contain different humor because of different situations and characters. The few years of the strip used a different style also with the scenery and characters being drawn in a bolder way and many of the minor and major characters having their appearance altered.


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