This is An In-Depth and Comprehensive Neon Genesis Evangelion Guide, to complete de challenging fact, of watching all of the Evangelion works from A to Z. Anime created by Hideaki Anno
Personally obsessed with this series. Obsessed also with this theme song : Cruel Angel’s Thesis by Yoko Takahashi
- Neon Genesis Evangelion : Watch all the series seasons.1995–1996
- Evangelion Death and Rebirth (1997): Movie Remake-Re-edit and Re-drawn new images, creating new sequences. Rebirth are new sequences added with alternate ending:Trailer
- End of Evangelion
- Revival Evangelion (1998)Death(true)
- Evangelion 1.11 You Are (not) Alone: Entire remake.
Evangelion 2.22 You Can (not) Advance: Almost half of the material are new drawings, the rest remake.
Evangelion 3.33 You Can (not) Redo: Third remake.
Neon Genesis Evangelion the next rebuild.
It’s a challenge I’m still fighting for. But take your time Evangelion is here to stay.
Originally was a five and a half minute film presented at Daicon III, the
annual Japanese Science Fiction Convention in 1981.
“It revolved around a young school
girl tasked to revive a wilted daikon radish, but to do this, she must evade attacks from
aliens, giant robots, and mutant creatures, all of whom are staples in the science fiction
genre.” Paper from:
Thematic Tension between Trauma and Triumph
in Hideaki Anno’s Neon Genesis Evangelion
“Neon Genesis Evangelion is a 26 episode, science-fiction mecha series set in a
post-apocalyptic world. Prior to the start of the series, the world incurred a global
catastrophe referred to as The Second Impact. Official documentation states that The
Second Impact was the result of a meteorite crashing into the Earth. With the death of
nearly two million individuals, the world plunged into a state of chaos; disputes arose
between the nations over food and resource shortages, followed by civil wars and ethnic
conflicts. However, humans demonstrated their resilience and started rebuilding society.
With the improvement of technology and expansion of the scientific field, the effects of
the catastrophe were almost entirely reversed after a mere 15 years.”