Listen to the entire epic series, which follows Survivors in Los Angeles after the world has been turned upside down. It begins with “A Story of Survival” which spans from Chapters 1-48. Our survivors band together, fortify a safe haven known as the Tower, and discover that the Infected are far from the biggest threat they will have to face.The adventure continues with two mini-series:“Lockdown” - A small group of inmates and prison guards are trapped in the T-block at Twin Towers Jail. They are forced to work together and find a way to escape while the rest of the wo...
Kev (Tea In The Sahara) • Tea In The Sahara • Apr 18, 2022
"(Season: Descendants) Descendents is starting to have the whiff of an audio drama that will deliver a continuing plotline that will thicken with every turn for its listeners...new boy Nicholas Tink totally eating up the airtime with his fiercely defiant, and quick-witted attitude adding much needed fresh legs to the show. Off the blocks ‘Descendents’ does start a little slow due to the need to bring the listener up to speed on what has happened in the past eighteen years. I personally see this show’s storyline being quite unique with the idea that the infected have adapted and developed making them deadlier than before. This has cleverly been achieved within this direct sequel whilst paying homage to the rich history of the original story for sentimental fans like myself. And that balancing act my friends is not an easy thing to do."
Michael Bergonzi • Audio Drama Reviews • Sep 13, 2013
"(Season 2) The bad part of this subplot is that it’s kind of filler material. The subplot’s engaging and moves the story forward, but after the issues are resolved it kind of bears the listener asking the question: was all that really necessary for this one thing to happen? The climax is quite similar to the end of the first season. It’s different enough, however, that it feels fresh and original, despite having essentially the same plot archetype of survive. The season finale got me pumped up to purchase the third season..."
Brian (SFF Audio) • SFF Audio • Jun 14, 2012
"We’re Alive has a few problems. I had a hard time distinguishing between some of the women. The story also uses zombies that break sharply with most undead traditions. Some have a rudimentary intelligence, at least one can talk and strategize, and at times they are directed by some unseen controlling force to capture and carry away their victims rather than consuming them. But We’re Alive also has plenty of good things going on, enough to give it my recommendation. Most of the characters grow on you and the voice acting is reasonably good. There are enough plot twists and turns to keep you guessing. While it lacks the moral/philosophical questions and hardcore grittiness of The Walking Dead, We’re Alive is nevertheless fun stuff and I’m looking forward to listening to season two."