Hey everyone. I found "We're Alive" as a recommendation from Stitcher Radio since I've been listening to podcasts of "HG World." I love this show and have been devouring the past episodes while doing paperwork. Makes the day go quickly.
Hello to all glad to be here. I found "we're alive" by Googling "zombies and podcast." Boom next thing I know I listened to the entire season in three days!
Hello all. I'm another Canadian fan. I've been listening to We're Alive since April or May 2010. I learned about it through my love of audio/radio drama.
I first started listening to radio shows around 2005, when I heard The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. That led me to discover the BBC iPlayer, and also a late-night OTR show on a local radio station. I listened to BBC comedy and drama, and OTR for the next few years. In early 2010 I discovered Decoder Ring Theatre, from sffaudio.com. DRT introduced me to audio drama podcasts, and led me to the audiodramatalk.com forum. I heard good things about WA there, and I decided to give it a try.
I have a pretty weak stomach when it comes to blood and gore in movies, so for me, audio is the perfect way to experience a zombie story. I can actually enjoy the suspense, and not feel ill.
Hi everyone !
I'm another fan from Canada. :-) I happened to stumble across "We're Alive" on iTunes. I was looking for something to fill the void after I finished watching the season 2 finale of The Walking Dead, and I had already caught up on all of its' related podcasts on iTunes. I listened to the podcasts on my daily 2 hour commute to & from work, and burned through the 29 chapters in around 2 weeks time, spending some extra time in the evenings, since I couldn't put the story down to rest for very long. Thanks so very much to KC and your crew for putting this story together and sharing it with all of us !!
I am *extremely* impressed with the story, production, actors, sound effects and anything else I might have missed about We're Alive ! It is a professional quality collection of work. Now, I'm getting caught up on all of the "We're Not Dead" podcast podcasts,and enjoying them equally.
Welcome, Zombiescout. I got into WA for the same reasons. My two hour round trip to and from work was made a lot easier with WA. Thank the internet gods for iTunes and podcasts.