|Reviews for Paperclips in a Digital Age|
| Noble Imperative chapter 6 . 5/30
What. . . What were all those random letters? But hey, the apocalypse is over! Now to figure out who is alive and not a zombie!
| Noble Imperative chapter 5 . 2/26
Hey, I haven't even really started part two of the prologue for Par Yaim!
But anyways. Good chapter - I hope Nigel gets to where he's going safely!
| Noble Imperative chapter 4 . 2/20
I don't know? I mean, in theory they should, but they live in deserts (for the most part)! When would they need to swim?
Roddy, Roddy, Roddy. . . *shakes head in disappointment*
| E.J. Mayhem chapter 1 . 2/11
The idea is interesting and I love the comedy. Perhaps you could use a little more vivid description for the setting? I absolutely love the insult "paperclip." I think I'm going to call someone a paperclip someday.
| Noble Imperative chapter 3 . 2/11
*snort* Perry? That's a new one.
Oh boy, names and mysterious sounds. ZOMBIES!
"Oh no! Our radar's jammed" *jam starts dribbling down the screen*
| Noble Imperative chapter 2 . 2/9
*facepalm* Somehow, I should've expected zombies to show up. . .
| Noble Imperative chapter 1 . 2/9
Don't take this as an insult, but this reminds of Spaceballs - even though I haven't watched that in /years/. Off to a good start here, Nace!
| lizardbreath914 chapter 1 . 1/20
Okay, you got me. I chuckled more than once, so that earns a review. You paperclip.
The vibe I'm getting so far is Star Trek, but with a goofy candy-coating over what used to be super serious drama. I dig it. I like levity.
Five out five, would participate in a synthesized tomato fight.