Aeon Flux

Hyperkinetic, ultraviolent spy vs. spy cyberpunk animation. AF first aired on the June 1991 debut of MTV’s Liquid Television’s show and was created by Peter Chung, the Korean-born head of animation for Liquid Television’s production company.

The show boasts one of the highest body counts per minute of any set of images ever committed to film, condensing the gun-propelled physicality and action sequences of an entire John Woo feature into an animated short, more than a few times involving the death of the svelte heroine-assassin herself.

In the second half of 1995 MTV gave the heroine a voice and spun off a separate Aeon Flux show, videogame, and book. Chung’s second series, Phantom 2040, was a futuristic adaptation of comic hero the Phantom, first offered through syndication in 1994.

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