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Aeon Flux

3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  82 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Four hundred years in the future, the last of Humanity will live behind the protective walls of Bregna, an idyllic utopia built to shelter them from the deadly jungle growing beyond. Life in Bregna is perfect, or as perfect as the government can make the people believe. But not everyone is fooled by their mood-altering propaganda — a small band of freedom fighters wish to ...more
Paperback, First Edition, 96 pages
Published May 17th 2006 by Dark Horse Books
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John
Dec 19, 2013 John rated it 3 of 5 stars
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A throwaway story line that benefits from some nice writing, as well as artwork that makes for a happy compromise between the look of the MTV cartoon and the live-action movie.
Grant Phipps
I truly dislike Æon's Catwoman-like costume redesign for this graphic novel, which is obviously adopted from the 2005 live-action film. The story is adequate but incomplete, exploring some of the history and geography of Bregna and Monica that is only seen in the early episodes of the television series. Ultimately, though, I'm sure most people will find Æon's character to be a little less individualistic for this story (she's not self-motivated, as Peter Chung always stressed). There are a coupl ...more
Sara
I really loved the movie and thought I'd give this comic book a try. It was alright. It's in the same setting with the same look as the actors and it tells the story of how Aeon saved Sithandra's life. It's one of their many attemps as Monicans to bring down the walls to the jungle that surrounds the city of Bregna.
Niels
strangely enough I found the comic better than the movie. This novel actually more or less succeeds in rendering the language and atmosphere that was so captivating in the original series on MTV. Good read!
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