jjthetexan
JJtheTexan
jjthetexan
Oct 16
1

Funnily enough, I technically saw the end of End of Evangelion completely out of context when I was up late as a lad waiting for some Skinimax flick to come on. Visually stunning, worthy of the memes associated with it, and spooked me the hell away from the franchise for several decades.

The original series told a Read more

Oct 16
2

Nah, just watch both and interpret them in whatever way you like best.

Oct 16
388

Always a thrill to see an article about the Ridley Scott Superbowl commercial.

Oct 16
1

Oh well....we’ll probably get them (physically and legally) in maybe 2022? I’ll be 60 then, so it should be fun :)

Oct 16
2

While I would recommend watching the last two episodes, I can understand not doing so. The synopses I read while the series was running in Japan the first time, when the Japanese writer of the synopses got to those episodes, he just did not know WHAT t0 think of them. Read more

Oct 16
1

There are three different versions of the story; the original series/movies, the Rebuild series and the manga (written and drawn by chara designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto but based on Anno’s story). The manga started nine months before the TV series, in Shonen Ace, and changed some key events from the series and had a new Read more

Oct 16
1

Those early episodes are great. If you’re interested, Waypoint Radio did a series of podcasts as they watched the series when it first came to Netflix (a year ago? Two? What is time anymore?). I got a lot more out of the series by listening to their discussion as I went than I would’ve just watching by myself.

Oct 16
1

Oh you’ll get answers, that only give birth to many more questions. It takes multiple viewings to truly take it all in. End of Evangelion movie is the true series ending, the original finale was made as the show had run out of budget.

Oct 16
1

Tip: skip the last two episodes of the series (25 and 26) and watch “The End of Evangelion” instead.

Oct 16
1

I too went in blind on Netflix with no context beyond “it’s an animoo robot show, but it’s DEEP, man” and thoroughly enjoyed it.

So much so, in fact, that I actually haven’t watched the movies beyond the original series since they, from what I’ve heard, establish a different ending than the ending I enjoyed (warts and Read more

Oct 16
6

Congratulations. Not sure if it’s on Netflix, too, but the End of Evangelion movie should be considered the series finale (even though it’s just what is happening during the last couple of episodes, you’ll see) and, personally, I think that should be watched before going into the modern Rebuild movies. Read more

Oct 16
3

I’m very excited for you to continue watching and get some (but not all) of your answers. 

Oct 16
8

Oh, I was gonna reply to your Japan question when I realized you hadn’t finished the show or the movies. Yeah, rest assured, you’ve got some answers comin’.

Oct 14
14

Who is this for?” Minecraft is literally the best selling game of all time. It’s fine that you are less familiar with it, but there’s no way that people aren’t excited by the inclusion of content from the best selling game in history.

Aug 3
15

What prevents a company like Analogue from just taking unlimited pre-orders and then producing that many to meet demand? And just adjusting the timeline to produce that many? Is it just because resources/materials are limited? I know this is a very dumb/naive question.