Fugitive from the Cubicle Police
When the cubicle police outlaw plastic plants for fear they will attract dumb bugs, Dilbert takes a stand. However, back in his cubicle, he sweats ... Show synopsis When the cubicle police outlaw plastic plants for fear they will attract dumb bugs, Dilbert takes a stand. However, back in his cubicle, he sweats out his decision to harbor a pathetic plastic flower. "I'm a rebel....I'm evil. My antiperspirant is breaking down!" he wails. Despite his best intentions, Dilbert isn't cut out to live the life of a fugitive. Called the "cartoon hero of the workplace" by the San Francisco Examiner, Dilbert has become more than just a celebrity since he was created. The corporate cog is revered by technology and computer workers, engineers, white-collar types, scientists and everyone else who works these days. We all count on Dilbert's deadpan perspective to provide just the right hilarious twist to the all-too-familiar ups and downs of life in and out of the office! This new collection of Adams' work captures it all, from clueless management decrees to near revolts among the cubicly confined. If you eagerly open the paper every day to see yourself and your world through the fuzzy focus of this immensely popular cartoon, Fugitive from the Cubicle Police, featuring that short-sleeved wonder with the flipped-up tie, won't let you down!