Greetings, my lascivious envelope-lickers! Uh, that sounded dirtier than I intended. Sorry. In today's mailbag, I have the answers you seek — as long as you're wondering where the hell Disney's cartoons are hiding and whether Thor's hammer has accidentally killed somebody. Three, two, one, let's jam!
To mark the anniversary of Utada Hikaru's debut, Rebuild of Evangelion co-director Tsurumaki Kazuya helmed this music video for her hit song "Beautiful World."
Anime has taught us that teenagers are always the best giant robot pilots, but do they need to be crazy? Because it sure seems like a lot of insane people manage to get in the cockpits of Gundam, EVA Units, and the like. Here are a dozen maniacs who shouldn't be trusted with scissors, let alone giant robots.
It's test time. Or rather, pop test time. Let's see how much you know about the ages of anime and manga characters.
Anime studio Khara Inc., the folks behind Rebuild of Evangelion, just released a YouTube video aimed at potential job applicants. It shows the skill sets pro animators need.
Crossing over with everything from Batman to Hello Kitty, mobile sensation Puzzle & Dragons has almost become more marketing machine that monster-collecting puzzle game. I don't mind though, because look at how adorable Rei Anayami is. There's more.
After nineteen years and fourteen volumes, the Neon Genesis Evangelion manga finally came to an end this past week. During that time there have been an Evangelion anime series, five films, tons of games, and even numerous other manga. Yet, after all that, it remains entertaining enough to stand on its own.
Ever wonder what popular anime theme songs of the 60s, 80s, 90s, and 00s would sound like if they were all made in the style of 70s robot anime like Gundam or Mazinger Z?
This LEGO recreation of Evangelion Unit 0-1 is 120 cm tall. It weighs just under 10kg, or 20 pounds. It is, with all that towering purple, blowing my socks off.
The third Evangelion movie, Evangelion: 3.33 YOU CAN (NOT) REDO, was released on Blu-ray and DVD in Japan yesterday (along with promotional cheeseburgers). It's been 5 months since the movie hit theaters, so what's been changed between the original 3.0 and the current 3.33?
When you think of Evangelion, what comes to mind? Giant robots? Angsty teens? Massive amounts of religious imagery? A complete mind-fuck ending?
Anime fans rejoice! Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo will be released in theaters across Japan at midnight tonight. To kick off the big-screen return of one of Japan's most famous anime, the Nippon Television Network showed both of the previous Rebuild of Evangelion movies—with Evangelion 1.11: You Are (Not) Alone…
We are now less than a week out from the Japanese release of Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo. Over the past few weeks we have looked at my personal history with the Evangelion franchise in general and the first film in the Rebuild of Evangelion series, Evangelion 1.11: You Are (Not) Alone, in specific. Today, we…
With just under two weeks until the release of the newest Evangelion movie, Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo, we at Kotaku East are taking a look back at the previous films in the Rebuild of Evangelion series. When I talked about my history with Evangelion a week or so back, I mentioned my dislike for the first of…