By: E&P Staff
People visiting Dilbert.com today saw a beta version of a vastly different Web site.
The revamped site includes animation, colorized strips, an expanded archive, a “most popular” section, an area where visitors can write their own “Dilbert” punch lines, and more.
Speaking of the animation, “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams said “several strips are already done and we plan to add one per day.”
“Dilbert” runs in more than 2,000 newspapers via United Media.