John Sears | March 27, 2017
The penultimate episode of ‘The Walking Dead’s much lamented seventh season had an opportunity to branch out, to be truly different, even inspiring to the Differently Animated community. Instead, well. It went somewhere else. More below the cut.
John Sears | March 20, 2017
This week’s The Walking Dead has your quota of skulking in the shadows well and truly filled. But first, a training montage! More below the cut.
John Sears | March 14, 2017
This week on The Walking Dead, we find out just how much mayhem and suffering can be caused by a single missing piece of fruit. It’s all a bit For Want of a Nail, really.
John Sears | March 7, 2017
This week on The Walking Dead… (Tragically, things will not end well for this Differently Animated Lady)
John Sears | February 28, 2017
What could be more fun than the usual grim march through a violent post-apocalyptic environment featuring routine cruelty toward the Undead? How about a Eugene episode? *headdesk*
John Sears | February 20, 2017
On this week’s Walking Dead, we see either a metaphor for the exploitation of the Differently Animated by the mercurial forces of capitalism, or… the exploitation of the Differently Animated by the mercurial forces of capitalism. Honestly, it can be hard to tell with this show. More below the cut.
John Sears | February 13, 2017
This week’s Walking Dead kicks off the brewing civil war amongst the Living populations, as Rick attempts to rally, well, everyone and their brother against Bat Happy Negan. Wasn’t this show about Zombies? Once upon a time? More below the cut.
John Sears | December 13, 2016
Negan is back in Alexandria for another confrontation with Rick, Rosita has obtained a Single Bullet to take him on, and a powder keg is ready to blow in this week’s Walking Dead. Also, there are some Zombies around. Toward the edges.
John Sears | December 5, 2016
Things are chugging merrily along toward the midseason finale in Walking Dead land, and this week’s episode features a buddy comedy of sorts, between Negan, smiling despot and brutal murderer, and Carl, our ever-less-pint-sized would be assassin. Less of a laugh track atmosphere than you might think though.
John Sears | November 28, 2016
This week TWD takes us back to two characters who disappeared midway through last season after the raid on the satellite outpost, reminding viewers that all the grief, pain, and prolonged cliffhangers have taken place over two weeks in the narrative. Yiiiiiiikes.