Was Aeons name always meant to be Aeon?

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When I first saw the show on LT, I felt that she had no name like
Clint in the Leone trilogy.
Maybe this was impressed on me because the milieu was silent. But until the talkies came out I always felt that "Aeon Flux" was the name of the continuum or world that she lived in. The situation or environment. This would seem to fit into the rough translation of "time slip". But I can also how the time or reality slipping condition could be a result of, or somehow tied to her actual name. Like fisher for a fisherman, or Armitage for a weapons maker.

I have been meaning to ask this question of other older fans who remember the original run, or especially of peter ever since I recalled a memory of my initial feelings from the show while re watching the first animation awhile ago.

Thanks, Rob.

robthom, Monday, 28 January 2008 05:35 (nine years ago) Permalink

But I can also SEE how the time or reality slipping condition could be a result of, or somehow tied to her actual name.

Edit: Formatting snafu.
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robthom, Monday, 28 January 2008 05:38 (nine years ago) Permalink

I see no reason to why it couldn't be both, the episode names and much of the dialoge also have double meanings, correct me if i'm wrong but I even think Peter talks about this on one of the commentaries.

I am more interested in knowing were the name "Trevor Goodchild" comes from.

nalle, Monday, 28 January 2008 15:31 (nine years ago) Permalink


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