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This is'nt really a question. I just wanted to ramble about the first encounter with aeon flux. I am 18 now, and in college. But the first time i saw this i was around 8-12 years old. And i remember turning MTV on and seeing this cartoon, and just being glued to the tv. My mother comes in and sees what im watching and does the motherly thing (turn it off :o) hehe). And that was the last time i had seen anything about Aeon Flux. Ever since, i have been searching for it. And i bought it on half.com. So now i can sit back and catch up, so to speak. I got a 2 hour VHS video coming in the mail with 4 episodes and all of the original shorts that aired on mtv. If any of you devout flux fans can give me some info on some more movies im all ears.
-- Sgt. Fubar (email@example.com), June 10, 2002
Welcome to the real world. Hope you enjoy your video tape, if you have a broadband connection check out www.aeon-flux.com. Enjoy.
-- tom (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 10, 2002.
Hey Fubar! Great post; sounds like my first encounter with AF too. Funny, it took us 6-10 years but we've finally hunted down our cerebral obsession -and, seeing as how you're posting here, looks like you've found something great. A warm welcome from everybody here on message board!!
-- cynical (email@example.com), June 12, 2002.
There are two others tapes: Mission Infinite and Operative Terminus. With both of them, you will own all of the series and the shorts.
-- skye (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 15, 2002.
Hey! It's always great to find more AF people. :)
I had a similar experience between the time MTV stopped showing AF regularly and the time I finally found the second video: I'd owned the first video for as long as I could remember, and had taped most of the other episodes myself... but somehow "End Sinister" had gotten lost in the shuffle, and I was sorely irked when I kept missing chances to tape it. Then, when I found the second video ("Mission: Infinite") had finally been released, I realized it was my opportunity to see "End Sinister" again, and immediately seized it. Watching "End Sinister" for the first time in several years is like watching it for the first time, and I was glad to have finally found it again since it had always been one of my favorite episodes. :)
-- Brian Davis (email@example.com), June 16, 2002.
How very odd...This is'nt really a response. I just wanted to ramble about the first encounter with aeon flux. I am 18 now, and in college. But the first time i saw this i was around 8-12 years old. And i remember turning MTV on and seeing this cartoon, and just being glued to the tv. My friends come in and see what i am watching and do the ignorant friend thing (turn it off and ask me what the hell I was watching :o) hehe). And that was the last time i had seen anything about Aeon Flux. Ever since, i have been searching for it. (my friends now realize the difference between cartoons and animetion)
-- Joshua Miller (CalmLikeaI3omb@hotmail.com), August 18, 2002.