Dilbert - Where to buy Dilbert Cartoon DVDs?
Buy Dilbert DVDs online
In this hub I wanted to recommend to other Dilbert fans where they can buy DVDs of the 1st and 2nd series since these were the only episodes ever created. I currently watch my episodes online via Crackle.com and Youtube and was disappointed when they discontinued the cartoon in 2000.
For those who are unfamiliar with the Dilbert cartoon it centres around a talented engineer who is contracted by the 'Path-E-Tech' corporation where he leads an unfulfilled career working in his cramped cubicle with only other equally low spirited employees as company.
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Above we can see some of the most prominent Dilbert comic characters, the woman with pointy hair is Alice and she is renowned for her cynical opinions of Dilbert's efforts while my favourite is the Dilbert boss who is quite clueless and tries to act with discipline but never comes across as scary!
You can see all of the most well known Dilbert characters in the Dilbert calender available in the Amazon capsule to the right, these include Wally, Dogbert, Dilmom, Alice, The Boss and Loud Howard.
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If you are conducting a Dilbert search for all of the available Dilbert archives of Dilbert collectibles then you have come to the right place because I have included photographs of Dilbert keyrings(above) and the 2002 limited edition Dilbert/Google coffee mug. The Google company often create unique doodles to spicy up their simplistic search engine homepage. 'Dilbert has had a large influence on Google's management style,' said Sergey Brin, co-founder and president of Technology, Google Inc.'I am planning to adopt a pointy hairdo.'
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The Dilbert comic originally appeared in newspapers such as the Toronto Star, The Florida Times Union and Indianapolis Star amongst the business section instead of the regular comic pages.
Since Dilbert became a success with the corporate sector it progressed to business magazines, publications and eventually his own hardback books.
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