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Desc:Oh, wait, she dies.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic TV Clips
Tags:MTV, aeon flux, liquid television, peter chung
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Aelric - 2007-08-26
i guess we can't only blame japan for the animated tongue snaking anymore, now can we?
Namor - 2007-08-26
Was there ever an explanation for how she can die and come back other than what was given in the execrable feature film?
thebaronsdoctor - 2007-08-26
I think one of the full length episodes revealed she had an infinite number of clones to replace her whenever she died.

When you have death prone assassins, you keep a couple clones handy.

Namor - 2007-08-26
So the movie was accurate, in that at least. Thanks.

garcet71283 - 2007-08-26
Ah, much like death prone children...

afp3683 - 2007-08-27
they're just animation shorts with a vaguely reoccuring themes/characters. don't worry your nerdy little head about continuity and timelines and such.

Aelric - 2007-08-26
i always figured it was simply a reoccurring character in otherwise unrelated episodes. i mean, sometimes the setting was completely different. i remember two that she survived, one had her in the real world to become a soccer mom (seriously), the other sent her billions of years into the future. i say that they have nothing to do with each other.
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