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Created by Peter Chung, Aeon Flux debuted in 1991 as part of MTV's Liquid Television. Aeon Flux is an assassin whose futuristic espionage adventures set records for cartoon body counts. Long-legged, wasp-waisted and spidery, she wears a skimpy chastity belt, disregarding its traditional purpose in the extreme. With overtones of fetishism and sado-masochism, Aeon is attractive, cool and often ruthless.

Extra credit: Variety reported in February 2004 that Charlize Theron would be paid $10 million to star in an Aeon Flux feature film; the film is due in theaters in December of 2005. Theron follows in the bootsteps of Angelina Jolie, who played animated heroine Lara Croft in two Tomb Raider films.

The entire series was issued as three VHS tapes between 1996 and 1998 (volumes dubbed Æon Flux, Mission Infinite and Operative Terminus) and later collected in a box set, while some of the shorts also appeared on a Best of Liquid Television compilation around the same time. The first VHS volume (which contained four of the half hour shows, and all of the shorts sans "Night") was later released on a now out-of-print DVD.

With the 2005 release of the live-action movie, the complete series (shorts and half-hour episodes) was compiled into a DVD box set which was released on November 22, 2005. Dubbed a "director's edition", the set features altered versions of several episodes, with improved special effects, and in a few cases, new scenes were written by Peter Chung and recorded by the original voice actors in order to improve character continuity between episodes (according to a note by Chung included with the DVD set). Among the numerous changes to the dialogue in the DVD release the voice of the character "Clavius" in the episode "Utopia or Deuteranopia", originally recorded by voice actor Joseph Drelich, was re-recorded by series executive producer Japhet Asher for the 2005 release.

The first disc of the DVD set opens with a CGI short created to promote the movie tie-in video game, with Flux taking on the likeness of Charlize Theron's rendition. The short, which runs about the same length as one of the Liquid Television shorts, sees Flux conducting an ambiguous mission, damaging many Breen soldiers while pursuing some small, insect-like robots. In a throwback to the ongoing theme of the original shorts, the character is ultimately killed due to human error.

The music for the original television series was composed by Drew Neumann and later compiled on an album titled "Eye Spy, Ears Only Confidential". The initials AF were used on song titles and in the credits to replace the words 'Æon Flux' due to the lack of licensing permissions from MTV. The album includes two discs worth of material from the series and also from the defunct original (1995) PC and PlayStation videogame project. A more recent soundtrack is available for the 2005 live-action film, composed by Graeme Revell.

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