Z Sniper: I'm gonna die????!!!! God**** it,....i wish people would tell me these things!
KC : Hee hee hee.... *giggling in corner.
Z Sniper: You are evil,.......*crying in corner.
*Proud member of the Victor's Mucho Macho Fan Club
Z Sniper: I bestow you SUPER MUCHO MACHO MAN!
ZOMBABE!!!!!! so now we know a bit more about scratch's history. unfortunately i still have no pity for her. her actions are her own, and she is ultimately responsible. i do feel for her in the situation with her cousin, she was justified there, but everything that has happened since the outbreak is of her own doing.
glenn: i was going to say something important/
everyone else there: SHUT UP!
it's like michael all over again. more reasons to go to the colony.
Wow..... just.... wow. This was probably one of my most favorite episodes so far.
First of all, before I go with my Lit-Treatise and try to dissect the details and make hypothesis about there the story is going, I want to step back a bit an just appreciate what is being done here.
To Kc and the Cast: (the entire cast, including Grayson, the actors, and even the music people)
I've never been much of a horror fan and am not really into zombies, per se. When I first discovered We're Alive over a year ago, I thought the zombiepocalypse situation was somewhat interesting, but it would have fallen flat and dissolved into trivia and gimmicks long ago had I not been carried along into this story by the quality of the writing and of the production overall.
This story succeeds where a lot of Hollywood blockbusters fail because it is strong where they are weak: the plot is intricate and layered, the pacing is balanced and not over-reliant on superficial chase scenes and special effects, the characters are varied and nuanced and are drawn with real complexity and emotional depth, and it is all brought together and carried forth with an uncompromisingly high production quality, tasteful effects, and very competent, believable, and compelling acting. I just wanted to offer my biggest thanks and sincerest appreciation to the entire crew of We're Alive for putting together such a quality artistic product so consistently over the past several years. Not only that, but this podcast has probably done more to resurrect the dead-art of radio drama--and even surpass its previous achievements--than any other audio drama in the history of the medium.
I'm trying not to make this sound cheesy or stupidly fawning, but I can honestly say that I've gotten more entertainment value and overall satisfaction from We're Alive over the course of the past year than all the other movies, TV shows, books, podcasts, and radio shows put together; that is really an amazing achievement that I had no idea I was going to experience when I first stumbled across WA on iTunes early last summer.
I've decided to purchase the complete Season 1 and 2, (and 3 when it comes out) even though I've already listened to them many times, because this is exactly the kind of art I want to support. Even after this series is over, I get the feeling that I'll be following the name Kc Wayland on the internet for quite some time to come...
p.s. And to anyone who wants to bitch about nothing happening....
You wouldn't know good art if it bit you in the ass.
Move out of your mom's basement.
Start learning how to appreciate something slightly more subtle than blood splatters, explosions, and car chases.
Last edited by Litmaster; Jul 2nd, 2012 at 09:57 AM.
Riley not saying anything at the Stadium, I don't think he had such a scar.