Back in 2013 & 2014, I reviewed Covert Affairs every week over at GeekFurious. I had a pretty decent audience of readers at the time (most of whom were Twitter friends and fellow fans of the show). In early 2014, during the hiatus between seasons 4 and 5, conversations with fellow fans of the show and lingering frustration with how ridiculously the Walkerson storyline had been written prompted me to make a “comic strip” showing my interpretation of how the Walkerson relationship went down. As ridiculously as I rendered it in the comic strip, I still to this day maintain that it was really not an mischaracterization of how the storyline actually played out on our TV screens. Simplified and exaggerated for comedic effect, sure, but not untrue! It was one of the biggest problems with season 4 of the show.
Heh. I hadn’t looked at the thing forever, but today a conversation with my friend Shelby reminded me of it, and we went back and looked at it, and LOLed all over again. It’s on my old blog, and trying to look at it on my phone made me realize how terribly that blog is designed for viewing any sort of series of pics on the mobile view. This blog works much better for that, so I decided to move it here. So here it is, from February 2014 …
Walkerson: A Comic Strip
The story starts off as follows: Once upon a time, in Washington D.C., a spy couple was madly in love … their strong and loving relationship could withstand anything, even the discovery of a secret dead wife from Auggie’s past … Continue reading “Covert Affairs Flashback: The Walkerson Breakup”