Famed animator Hideaki Anno is one of the founders of Gainax, the studio behind the iconic Neon Genesis Evangelion. His latest studio, Khara, filed suit for over 100 million yen ($877,636) it claims Gainax owes.
Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 is slated to the fourth and last entry in the Rebuild of Evangelion series. It has been held up, however, by the new Godzilla film. Hideaki Anno is sorry about that.
I’m rather reluctant to call this an April Fools joke.
At first, I thought the 3,980 yen (US$34) price tag was the craziest thing about this Neon Genesis Evangelion Unit-01 popcorn bucket. Nope! The light-up eyes are.
Track: A Cruel Angel’s Thesis (English) | From: Understanding Evangelion” at Otakuthon 2011 | Artist: Geeky McGeekstein
This fall, a Neon Genesis Evangelion bullet train will begin service in Japan. If you thought the outside was something else, wait until you see the inside.
Shinji doesn’t only get in the robot in Michael Bay’s Evangelion, but completely overreacts to the awakening of the Angels.
Hideaki Anno, creator Neon Genesis Evangelion, thinks that the Japanese animation industry’s days are numbered.
Toho is planning a new Japanese Godzilla movie. That’s exciting! But before you get depressed and start worrying if it’s going to stink or not, here’s some good news. The creator of Neon Genesis Evangelion is going to helm and write the picture. Ho ho ho ho!
The Evangelion movies always look terrific. They've always been, at the very least, visually interesting. But man, the CG in this latest Evangelion short is something else.
This was today's lunch: the food you see in anime Attack on Titan. But hey, it came in a Survey Corps. brown paper bag.
This isn't only the most hideous car offered for sale this year on the planet Earth, but also expensive and rare. There's only one of these cars in existence. And nearly six hundred people put in orders to buy it at 7-Elevens in Japan.
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."
Just look at that. Do it! It's called the 7-Eleven Limited Evangelion Orochi. It's not only incredibly ugly, but incredibly rare. It's also the most expensive item 7-Eleven has ever offered for sale. That's right, 7-Eleven.
Often, when Japanese companies offer ridiculously expensive, limited edition products, I kind of shrug my shoulders. "Nobody's gonna buy this," I think. Well, this time I was wrong.