By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

“Let’s talk about how crappy the comic strip Dilbert looks. I want to discuss Dilbert because from the start, it foretold the visual blandness of the webcomics that followed — that its blasé rejection of ink’s most elemental advantages in rendering shape and space gave rise to a school of trash illustration.”

“Let’s talk about how crappy the comic strip Dilbert looks. I want to discuss Dilbert because from the start, it foretold the visual blandness of the webcomics that followed — that its blasé rejection of ink’s most elemental advantages in rendering shape and space gave rise to a school of trash illustration.”

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