“I earned my name, same’s any Kid. But I ain’t got a real good cut for forever. It’s ‘bout what I do ta Teens, now.”


Despite living in a dark, broken world full of giant bugs and killer robots, Papercut is a pretty happy, laid back Kid. He earned his name by the paper he folds, lightning fast, into ninja stars, daggers, and the like. And they can cut through power poles — and robots — as easily as the real thing.

As a Dark Crow it’s Papercut’s job to defend Kids against Teens, no matter what. But what does he do when Crows themselves are a greater threat than the Teens ever were?

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2 Responses to “Papercut”

  1. […] (which you can see all over my site), is immeasurable, and she is currently working on more. Papercut and Snot were both designed by her before I even wrote them into the story, and she is entirely […]

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