‘Dilbert’ author Scott Adams says comic strip about corporate office culture removed from 77 newspapers

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The “Dilbert” comic strip named after its title character struggling to make it up the corporate ladder and often pokes fun at office culture with satirical humor and social commentary has been canceled in nearly 80 markets, its author told Fox News. 

Scott Adams, who has written and illustrated the popular comic since 1989, said Lee Enterprises stopped printing it this week. The media company owns nearly 100 newspapers throughout the United States. 

“It was part of a larger overhaul, I believe, of comics, but why they decided what was in and what was out, that’s not known to anybody except them, I guess,” he told Fox News. 

Fox News has reached out to Lee Enterprises. 

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Scott Adams, the creator of “DILBERT” the comic strip, said the comic has been removed from 77 markets this week.  
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