The Gemini Twins are curious and always full of high jinks. This purple two-some is full of good intentions and restless energy, the twins are irresistibly drawn to whatever action or intrigue is getting underway. If something big is about to happen you can bet they'll be close by. Impulsive and somewhat manipulative, these happy pranksters are forever causing mayhem.
Both of them are like twins in real life. They're always on the run and up to no good, while pulling out pranks on all the other star signs and whenever they're around, I can promise you that there's no dull moment. In other words, they're both equally charming, speedy, funny, sly, and often thought of as "jokesters" .
They are born around May as seen in "Pinheads".
In Real LifeEditThe constellation of Gemini is the next sign of the greek zodiac. It is linked with the story of the twin brothers Castor and Polydeuces (Pollux in latin). Actually, they were not twins in the ordinary sense, since they had different fathers.
Their story starts when Zeus, king of the gods, wanted to have an affair with Leda, the lovely queen of Sparta. In order to fool her, he transformed himself into a beautiful swan.
In the course of time, Leda bore two eggs: One of them contained a baby girl named Helen (the same one who later was the cause of the Trojan War) and a boy boy called Pollux. These two were the divine children of Zeus.
The other egg opened up to reveal another girl and boy, Clytemnestra (who later became the wife of Agamemenon, the military leader of the Greeks in the Trojan War) and Castor. These were the mortal children of king Tyndareus, the legitimate husband of Leda.
Despite the fact that one brother was divine and the other mortal, the twins Castor and Pollux grew to be inseparable. They did everything together and they loved each other dearly.
Because they were so close, they were called by one name; the Dioscuri. As they were growing, they both loved all kinds of sport. Pollux was particularly good at boxing, while Castor was renowned for his skill and daring on horseback.
In further recognition of their brotherly love, he set their images among the stars as the constellation of Gemini, so that they would never be again separated. They stand out as two equally bright stars in a constellation of weaker stars.
- They are the shortest characters among the 12 protagonists.
- They are the only sign represented by two individuals in the series.
- They are the only character who has not been in a relationship.
- Their names "Gerry" and "Gary" both mean "spear", which implies their boldness.