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Aris Katsaris writes...

One of the scenes that most intrigued me, was the final action of Demona in the Hunter's Moon incident: throwing the container in the air, a deed through which she risked the annihilation of not only humans but her own race as well, including her daughter.

I always considered this a very nihilistic action of hers (I hope I'm using the term correctly) as if she was saying "I won't choose to destroy the world myself, but if the glass breaks and the virus escapes and we all die, so be it." Others in the fandom see it as just a way for her to buy some time and manage to escape. If so it was a very risky way indeed...

Your thoughts (and Demona's thoughts) on the issue?

Greg responds...

I can't put either argument any better than you just did, so my answer would have to be: ALL OF THE ABOVE.

Response recorded on February 09, 2000