And now for something much more light-hearted.
There is a lot to be said for clever humour. Now, everyone’s definition of clever is of course rather different, but I’ve always thought The Perry Bible Fellowship fits that mould. Often surreal, occasionally a little bit dark and always subversive, PBF works because it takes established truths and flips them on their head. The comics may seem a little simple or over the top at times, but there is often more depth than meets the eye (not always, mind).
Then again, there are few things more subjective than humour so who knows whether you’ll enjoy PBF as much as I do. The only established truth of comic strips is that everyone seems to like Dilbert, regardless of whether or not they’ve ever worked in an office.