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hey peeps - if you had to pick a favorite character(s) besides the OBVIOUS 2, who ( or what ) would it be? so many choices... from Bambara to the tiny dancing gadget, from the sword-wielding assailant to Ilbrin's just-add-water techno-bugs in a pill, from boy breen the cabbage consumer to the cabbage itself... ( cabbage? ) so many choices...
-- neobe 316 (email@example.com), December 03, 1999
I'd say Sybil... Chung managed to flesh her out well as a fully- human, emotional character. I really managed to feel bad for her while watching "Thanatophobia". After her, Una (she's just like me, only female :) and the alien from "Leisure".
-- Mat Rebholz (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 05, 1999.
I couldn't pick a specific character, but, I love the moving camera shot of female agents, as FON learns about the janitor. My favorite sound clip is in one of the shorts, when a young FON gets her hair tousled by her father, before he turns around to go fight. Lastly, the entrancing blue color in the pool scene, where the two FONs devise their plan to ...impale him on his own ego...
-- Lisa Metzke (email@example.com), December 07, 1999.
oh! that's a young aeon getting her hair tousled? interesting...
-- erin (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 13, 1999.
Not necessarily... why would Aeon be both a child and an adult in the same clip? (Then again, why wouldn't she?) That girl could really be anybody, but if I had to say who she looked like, I'd say more like Una...
-- Mat Rebholz (email@example.com), December 13, 1999.
Well, I agree with the thought that the little girl in "War" seems to be a younger version of Una. To go back to the original question, my favorite characters would be Sybil (I agree with the sentiment that "Thanataphobia" seemed to give lives to other characters besides the obvious two), Hostess Judy from "The Purge", because she is so cool, and Ilbren, from "Isthmus Crypticus" because I think he is very accessible to the viewers.. he is trying so desperately hard to get something he knows he can't have, yet is willing to sacrifice a lot to get it. There is something very Greek-tragedy about him.
-- CeSaR a (Latincat16@hotmail.com), December 14, 1999.
I love the old matriarch from The Purge, so stately, so powerful and that bare handed surgery trick, damn. Can't recall her name though. Not many people Reraizure like but I kind of like Rordi too. I also think the aliens in Leisure are of a beautiful and original design.
-- Damain K. (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 24, 1999.
her name is lorne
-- divinity (email@example.com), December 25, 1999.
Here's something different...
Loquat, from "The Herodotus File".
-- D'Akano (Moloch418@hotmail.com), January 26, 2000.
I personally love Scthandra. I love the hand for feet idea, very original. I like Una too, she kinda give a different Aeon impression. You know not the leather clad mercenary thing, but a friend.
-- (Aeonfluxfan1@Aol.com), February 14, 2000.
The emaciated alien from "end sinister" love that eye-switching trick.
-- Pali (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 01, 2000.
Hostess Judy, sigh.......
-- William (email@example.com), June 02, 2000.
Dr. Flukta Marouche. Interesting equipment.
-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo@aol.com), June 05, 2000.