>>136392882 1.11 is just a re-telling of the first five or six episodes, so I don't really care. 2.22 is garbage because it took a huge shit on Rei (Poka Poka) and Shinji (GAR mode). Also Mari is there. 3.33 is alright. I like how it went in a very different direction instead of just being NGE with a few changes. I hate how it turned Asuka into a walking catch phrase (DUDE BAKA-SHINJI LMAO), and again, Mari.
>>136392882 Worse than EoE, which was always gonna happen. Better than the tv series by a mile.
I don't mind a version of Eva more focused on the robot fights and Gendo and Shinji's relationship instead of the religious and psychological elements existing. It's far more interesting than just retelling the same story like 1.0 and I found the latter two films perfectly enjoyable in their own right.
>>136393616 >To begin with, I'd like to speak with you for the program to be distributed before the premiere. According to Chief Director Anno's intention, it was decided that we would "publish an interview with Makki entitled 'the man who destroyed Eva.'"  Before we begin, I'd first like to confirm that you were made aware of that intention.
> "Destroy" [破壊] is a play upon "Break" [破].
>Tsurumaki: This seems suspicious (laughs). As far as making me into "the criminal resposible for destroying [Eva]" is concerned, I'll resist with all my might.
>--- Only, if we look at "Break" as a destroyed Eva, surely everyone would want to know the details of how and why this happened.
>Tsurumaki: As far as [the title] "Break" is concerned, Anno-san probably discovered a new reason for it part of the way through. As usual. Although, I think it would have been better if Anno-san had taken the lead in destroying [Eva] himself. [It would surely have been difficult for him to destroy it. I think he well understood that, and had no choice [but to do as he did]. ???3] However, it was not myself alone who destroyed Eva. Even Masayuki-san, or Sadamoto-san, who writes the manga, would have been fine [for the interview].
from Evangelion_2.0_CRC 3A_Tsurumaki_Interview_(part_1-2)
If the rebuilds are intended to be viewed after NG then I have no problem with them, otherwise if it's supposed to bring in a new generation of viewers they failed in transferring the characters to the rebuilds. It's better off as a sequel honestly
1.11 is a repeat of the first six episodes. It's all right. 2.22 is trying some new things and delivers on developing the new content. 3.33 drops everything and provides shallow fanservice, the changes it imposes are entirely superficial and entirely conductive to pure fanservice and nothing else.
In short, the first two are all right movies. They are the building blocks of the Evangelion Story, just like the first part of the original was the building blocks of the rest.
The third is a disgrace as a movie and as a entry in the Evangelion franchise.
Honestly I think the rebuilds are pretty great. We get a reimagining of the anime with a lot of stuff that can be interpreted in many ways. 1.0 was almost a retelling of the first 6 episodes but also adds new stuff (red sea, blood on moon, Kaworu/coffins on moon). 2.0 is where there is a whole different direction in genre but a fitting parody-style SOL storytelling to make the last arc more shocking. It also reminded me a lot of the more SOL episodes in the anime which I believe is intended. 3.0 is totally going in a different direction, this time everything is totally different and confusing, our confusion is equal to the confusion that Shinji feels in the movie.
All in all there are some neat further additions to declare the Rebuilds as another series as NGE (red ocean etc., Asuka's name and background story changed, etc.) but somehow connected to the old series. (Theory that this is happening after the ending that Shinji doesn't reject human instrumentality, and other theories). There are multiple mysteries in the series and it's fun to disguss them like we did discuss NGE and EoE back then.
The only bullshit fanservice pandering thing is the curse of the EVA
>>136394052 He says he wants to right in the interview, you just don't know how to read:
>--- So, the question of how to destroy Eva ends up really being the question of how to connect Mari [to the existing story].
>Tsurumaki: Right. However, while we had resolved to change [the story], Anno-san had for one reason or another not thought at all about the elements of Mari's character. As a result, I was continually requesting explanations in regard to them. When I requested an explanation of Mari's character before we began doing the storyboards for the pre-title sequence, Anno-san gave me a rather abstract, "thematic" explanation.
>Tsurumaki: It was, "By introducing Mari, we will destroy the world of Eva." Concerning this idea of Mari as a character who represents the subtitle "Break," the explanation that we would directly project her "thematic" character traits onto the story was not sufficient, so I just smiled and nodded. However, we were about to draw the storyboards without something essential - Mari's concrete character was undetermined. The resulting stress would continue for a long time [after that].
>>136394062 >It also reminded me a lot of the more SOL episodes in the anime which I believe is intended. It covers the same arc of the series as Thermal Expansion, blackout and the DDR episode so that's definitely intentional.
I liked the first. thought the second was neat because it was a change up. but the third was just way too far into left field. like context clues from passing talk of characters as an establishing plot point is way past 2deep4u and just asinine way of trying to put a bunch of narrative there to explain the time skip. also why the fuck did there need to be a time skip? the fuck is even going on in this story? who the fuck is mari really working for? will any questions actually get answered in the finally? probably not.
>>136392882 I haven't seen any of it. I first watched eva in the early 2000's and enjoyed it, viewed it as a classic. A classic that didn't need a re-do. I viewed the rebuilds as a cash in and decided to ignore them.
>>136394403 That anon is talking about your paranoid ideas about the creators of Rebuild specifically intending to make Asuka look better and make Rei look worse, when in reality both of them are worse. You're right about Rebuild taking away everything that makes Asuka interesting though.
>>136394513 >since it has no substance How does it have no substance?
>2.0 could line up all the girls and show their titties, and it'd still be less fanservice No, it would and it is more fanservice because those tits are servicing more people than 3.0 did. The fact that 3.0 enraged and put off as many people as it did proves it is not as fanservice-y as 2.0.
>>136394156 >Forgetting removing 100% of Asuka's attractive parts (read: her entire character except for popular tsundere traits) and replacing it with character-moe, action-moe and deep-Asukafan pandering. FTFY
>>136394635 >How does it have no substance? By not providing anything with substance. It's characters, story, setting and plot lack anything but their presentation as-is, and leaves them to be no different than pornographic posters.
>No, it would and it is more fanservice because those tits are servicing more people than 3.0 did. No one calls the EoE segments fanservice, and this is a fact. They are not servicing any more because they are laden with context, elevating it above fanservice.
>The fact that 3.0 enraged and put off as many people as it did proves it is not as fanservice-y as 2.0. It's called a fanservice overload. 3.0 was expected to become more serious, not less serious.
>>136394738 >Yes, we do. >Just look at how much porn Rei and Asuka have, they're sex idols. This doesn't relate to EoE. Characters have porn regardless of their tits being shown, and there are characters with tits that have no porn if any at all.
Those titshots have nothing to do it.
They are objectively speaking, not fanservice. Tits in themselves are not fanservice. When the portrayal of tits exist purely to tittilate, without anything behind the scene beyond that, we have fanservice.
>>136394546 This anon is talking about Rebuild, but it's not paranoid - it's an observed fact. You'll find that I'm right about what I write, but you reject the rest because you are hurt as a waifufag.
>>136394738 Fanservice is a creator side activity, not a viewer activity. If a creator puts something into the show with the sole or primary purpose of pleasing the fans, then that is fanservice. Everything else is not fanservice.
Also I have rarely if ever heard anyone refer to anything in EoE as fanservice.
You could make Rebuild infinitely better simply by moving the release dates closer together. Sitting on all the new elements introduced with each movie for up to a decade while waiting for 4.0 to give some answers is by far the series' biggest problem.
>>136394923 >If a creator puts something into the show with the sole or primary purpose of pleasing the fans, then that is fanservice So, you're pretty much admitting that 2.0 has more fanservice than 3.0, then.
>Also I have rarely if ever heard anyone refer to anything in EoE as fanservice Well I doubt anyone talks to you but your mom.
>>136395081 >Replying "How so?" isn't an argument It is when you haven't provided an argument in the first place. I'm requesting examples for your claims, but you're clearly too braindead to figure that out.
>Goodbye! At least you know when to give up quickly when you know you can't win. Like an underage coward.
>>136395205 Yeah I don't really care about this. You're probably right. I just wanted to establish that the scenes with exposed breasts in EoE are not fanservice and to make the definition of fanservice clear.
>>136395291 >that the scenes with exposed breasts in EoE are not fanservice They are to some out there. But I wasn't really thinking about that scene, but the ending scene where Shinji sees Rei and Asuka's clearly defined boobs are in the corner. It's completely unnecessary and most definitely fanservice.
>>136395499 >They are to some out there. This is the problem with your definition. People will sexualize anything. If this were the definition of fanservice then everything is fanservice. It's not though, and that's because fanservice is a deliberate action taken by a creator. It has nothing at all to do with the viewer.
>>136395472 Didn't even mention Rei until you prompted it. You need to accept that you're a waifufag and only protest because of that, despite knowing in full that everything I've written is one hundred percent right.
>>136395586 I can guarantee that you're not actually a Reifag. You're a Kaworufag trying to assign blame for whatever nonsense happened to Rei to 2.0 rather than where it belongs: 3.0.
>>136395636 >If this were the definition of fanservice then everything is fanservice The definition of fanservice is something put in by the author to service the fans. So yes, almost everything is fanservice since authors want to service the fans so their work will be popular and well-liked.
However in 3.0, Anno specifically puts in parts that fans will not like, making it not as fanservice-y as other parts of the franchise.
>>136395663 You're an autistic waifufag going so low as to pretend you're a Reifag. You're nothing but that. Pick any random guy on the street with no knowledge of EVA and he's more of a Reifag than you, because that guy doesn't hate Rei like you do.
Not enough to pretend you're a Reifag.
I mean, I can't get over how fucking sad this whole thing is. For more than a decade I've sat through the whining of Asukafags blaming Shinji for not saving Asuka, and now there is this outburst of anger against Rei because Shinji tried to save her.
>>136395725 >However in 3.0, Anno specifically puts in parts that fans will not like, making it not as fanservice-y as other parts of the franchise.
Not entirely true. You can say the same for Shinji's attempted rescue of Rei in 3.0. That was bound to ruffle some feathers with shippers, as it did, and all the anger ever directed at 2.0 can be sourced to shipping, once we factor out the purists that disapprove of any change regardless of buildup.
In 3.0, Anno specifically puts in parts that are in it's entirety just fanservice. For 2.0, we had development of multiple characters going on akin to the original, where multiple cast members interact and develop jointly as a product of their time together.
There is no such thing in 3.0, not even on an individual level.
Therefore the only conclusion possible to make, is that the fanservice in 3.0 comes purely from the intent to portray fanservice, and doesn't serve any other purpose.
>>136395753 Why do you think that every Reifag must love 2.0?
I'm not so shallow that I will enjoy something just because Rei is in it. I have standards, and Rei needs to act at least to the level of NGE if I am to like it. And I just wasn't impressed with what happened in 2.0, and to an even more severe degree with the travesty that is 3.0. I'd like for you to not put words in my mouth, thanks.
>>136395887 >Why do you think that every Reifag must love 2.0? I don't.
You have no standards or otherwise you wouldn't be pretending to be a Reifag right now. Moreover, you'd know perfectly well like every other fan not lying through their teeth due to waifu reasons, that with two movies left Rei could have matched NGE levels, adjusted for movie length screentime.
The only thing you can do to virtually avoid that happening is for some reason, halt development half-way through. Enter 3.0, enter the reason why you're not a Reifag but a salty Rei-hater posing as one.
>>136396057 >But they're only a niche, and not the majority of the audience, so that doesn't count. They aren't a niche. In fact, the movie's main focus is Kaworu and Shinji in advertisement, presentation, story and plot, and Kaworu fans exist purely because of shipping.
It counts, more than you think. It would never be acceptable if Rebuild was to make the best of itself to push out the rest of the characters to increase the appearance of a single character.
>>136396090 >You have no standards or otherwise you wouldn't be pretending to be a Reifag right now I'm not pretending to be anyone, and I'm honestly getting sick of your pretentious attitude. If I didn't know any better, I'd say you're the one pretending to be a Reifag to try and rile me up.
Well, your little game won't work on me.
>with two movies left Rei could have matched NGE levels But she didn't, and so now I'm left with no choice but to have a bad taste in my mouth whenever I think of the Rebuilds.
>>136396057 Considering the backlash from Asuka fans, it's anything but a niche. The entire western asukafanbase frothed at the mouth once they saw that scene. For no real reason but shipping. You could call shipping their only real hook into Rebuild, given that Rebuild ASuka has no real character to speak of, except as a "reference" to the generic character known as "Asuka".
>>136396198 >But she didn't, and so now I'm left with no choice but to have a bad taste in my mouth whenever I think of the Rebuilds. Precisely, this being due to the third not the second.
Hence, you're not a Reifag, as any Reifag knows this as does any sane and honest Evangelion fan. Therefore the only option left, is that you're either a Kaworufag or an Asukafag, as only you would go as low as to impersonate other fans.
Your cover is blown, you may stop pretending now. If you're at all interested in actual discussion rather than mentally evading the fact that you're a butthurt shipper and carry no guilt whatsoever in this, that's how it has to go.
>>136396144 >In fact, the movie's main focus is Kaworu and Shinji in advertisement, presentation, story and plot, and Kaworu fans exist purely because of shipping. Even if that was true, that doesn't matter because they are not the majority of the audience. Just a niche fanbase of maybe 2000 people worldwide tops. And that is being generous.
>>136396347 >Fanservice doesn't take into account the amount of people in the audience. It does, because there's no point in providing fanservice to like 50 deranged people in the world. You give fanservice to what the majority wants.
>They're in far greater numbers than that Yeah no, you have no proof.
>>136396428 It's just characteristic, usually Reifag persecution complexes at work. They need to be the chief sufferers; as they see it, their whining and moaning about what a travesty 3.0 serves as validation of their "commitment."
>>136396493 I think it's funny that they complain 3.0 is so terrible, but they only think so because Rei wasn't in it. If Rei was in it, they wouldn't complain about it at all. That's how shallow their interest in Eva is.
>>136396412 >It does, because there's no point in providing fanservice to like 50 deranged people in the world. You give fanservice to what the majority wants. Fanservice is fanservice regardless of how many it targets, as long as there are fans. It is fanservice, servicng the fans.
For the record, 3.0 is really pointless fanservice. There is no contradiction. Assuming perfection is a fallacy.
You are massively underestimating the number of Kaworufags, and to no avail I might add.
>>136396428 There's no guarantee that everyone watched both, but even if they did, they will accept the new simply because it favors their favorite characters, and greatly disfavors others. Even if it means ruining the character's quality.
3.0 asks the question:
"Will self-proclaimed loyal fans of Asuka, Kaworu or Evangelion accept the ruination of what they claim to be a fan of if it promises them cheap but effective pandering?"
The fanbase provided the answer: Yes. They did and already have. You may hate the argument, but it's not like you can deny the rampant popularity of the "ruined" Asuka that now outdoes the original, entirely replacing the character in the fandom's collective memory.
>>136396677 She represents everything wrong about the Rebuilds. Liking her it to utterly misunderstand NGE. I also suspect that anyone who likes Mari is either a massive contrarian or is simply baiting.
>>136396493 >>136396641 I think it's funny, both of you as an Asukafag and a Kaworufag actually try to keep up the charade for this long.
If you were actually into Evangelion for more than shallow commitment yourselves, you would have rejected 3.0 above all else since it is the only "halt" in your character's (and everyone elses) further development.
You cannot project your own shallow interest in Evangelion onto people who reject it for being shallow. Surely you can see the contradiction.
The reason you defy logic and reason, is because at the heart of the problem is none other than a reflection of yourselves: Anno and the writers bias is also your own bias.
To move on, you must accept that whatever flaws 3.0 has, it is because there exists a person like yourselves, across the pond in an asian country who can actually put his inner sadistic fantasies into reality.
>>136396669 >You may hate the argument, but it's not like you can deny the rampant popularity of the "ruined" Asuka that now outdoes the original, entirely replacing the character in the fandom's collective memory.
I hate this too.
Fucking why? This is ever lasting proof to the average Asukafag's stupidity, you're replacing a more well done character for her new, much less developed counterpart.
But then again waifufagging isn't about that shit who am I to rationalize it besides a fucking idiot
>>136396868 >This is ever lasting proof to the average Asukafag's stupidity, you're replacing a more well done character for her new, much less developed counterpart. >Fucking why?
I'll tell you fucking why: jealousy, insecurity, and escapism, all things that define otaku. While the original Asuka is better and the average Asukafag probably also would admit to that, they would also mentally replace old with new since it is more pleasant and isn't as much of a failure.
>>136396889 >So that means that literally everything is fanservice. Your whole argument is moot. Not at all. Fanservice exists to service the fans, it is not a natural occurrence or by-product of the plot or a scene.
>And you still haven't given me any proof, so I have no reason to assume you're not making shit up. You made the initial claim they are few. Burden of proof is on you.
>If they really did want to do fanservice, they would have appealed to a more popular pairing. Fanservice does not heed popularity, and Kaworu x Shinji is not unpopular. Not only does it have a large following, arguably the largest in Japan, it is also hyper-focused on shipping. Among ten Asukafags, perhaps 6 or 7 are shippers or have an interest in it.
Try 10 out of 10 for Kaworufags. As we all know, Kaworu lacks a character of his own and is mostly pieced together by other character traits and defined by patching in various contradicting spinoffs.
The shipping is the only attraction, and it is no small niche.
>>136397032 Evangelion should not have done this, you're right about everything, I already knew this, I just try not to think about it. Fucking otakus, every single time, nothing should have ended up the way it did, I just hope I'm here for another Eva to come along and hopefully set things right, if that's even possible
>>136397348 >flinging shit back and forth while screaming about waifus >occasional people that know their shit taking a back seat to these other faggots >seeing what ruined Eva and what makes it great all in one place
It's a mixed bag, but at least we're not on reddit
>>136397177 >Fanservice exists to service the fans And everything from a plot or scene is intentionally made by the author to service the fans in some way. All so he can make his work popular and favorable.
>Fanservice does not heed popularity, and Kaworu x Shinji is not unpopular. Not only does it have a large following, arguably the largest in Japan, it is also hyper-focused on shipping. You haven't given me any proof for any of this, you're making shit up.
Girls do not watch Eva, so there's no way Kaworu or LKS could be popular. The most popular is probably Asushin (no surprise there) Then Rei x Shinji (for degenerate fags who like dolls and incest) And then probably Mari x Shinji or Misato x Shinji Pairing him with anyone but those four is obscure as fuck besides like a small small group of irrelevant fujo. Like I said before, cliche and doesn't exceed 2000 people unlike the other fans of other pairings and characters.
>>136397493 >And everything from a plot or scene is intentionally made by the author to service the fans in some way. >All so he can make his work popular and favorable. Not the case. Scenes and elements can be written for their own sake to show a point, and therefore being entirely agnostic of any fan interest.
>Girls do not watch Eva, so there's no way Kaworu or LKS could be popular. >The most popular is probably Asushin (no surprise there) >And then probably Mari x Shinji or Misato x Shinji You are mistaken, oh so very mistaken here. Have you looked up from under the rock you live?
>>136397422 It is technically possible to set things right. Logically a return to the previous status quo would be doing just that, setting things right. Imagine the destruction and reversal necessary to effectuate such a return.
>>136397639 >Scenes and elements can be written for their own sake to show a point To show a point that the audience would enjoy and like enough to keep reading. Under your definition, everything is literally fanservice.
>You are mistaken, oh so very mistaken here. Well you haven't given me any proof for your bullshit claims, so no, i'm not mistaken.
>>136397726 >To show a point that the audience would enjoy and like enough to keep reading. >Under your definition, everything is literally fanservice. Again, not at all. The point is agnostic, and rather than service fans, this would exist to create fans. If put in a vacuum, it would still thrive rather than die out like isolated fanservice would.
This shows where 3.0 is fanservice where NGE is not, 3.0 does not stand on it's own. But NGE, and the first two Rebuild movies did (regardless if you think they're inferior to NGE), do.
>Well you haven't given me any proof for your bullshit claims, so no, i'm not mistaken. You're critically misinformed, I'm afraid.
Inquire /cm/ or tumblr about the popularity of Kawoshin.
You could also merely check out the amount of fanart present on pixiv for each respective pairing. KawoShin has the lead by quite the amount.
>>136392882 Not as good as NGE in any way. Except the higher budget animation. But even then, the artstyle is marred by ugly CGI, digital animation/paint, and worse character designs. Also EoE has better artstyle AND animation. Very sad how Gainax anime started off with Royal Space Force, and none of their animators could ever make anything look that good again, at Gainax, Trigger, Gonzo, or Khara.
I still love Rebuild though, it isn't bad or anything. It also has so many strange/cool throwbacks to NGE, Kare Kano, and Nadia. And Anno is my favorite anime director, and Tsurumaki my second favorite. Though I would prefer they make an original anime instead of a remake.
3.33 was the worst Eva anime so far, but still really good. Can't wait for Final. And then Anno can hopefully start making a new Nausicaa anime
>>136394156 >Forgetting the sexual fanservice shots of the girls. (was not present in late NGE) There is lots of sexual fanservice in EoE and the 23rd or 24th episode of the show has Asuka shown fully naked.
>>136393338 for once? what do you mean? story ended with EoE. everything after is ironical pandering to otakus who obviously didnt catch the theme of the original series of the dangers of escapism.
Anno will gladly take your money for pachinko machines and mari figures. he hates you already. at least this way he can funnel the money back into the industry and let newer upstarts enter the industry.
>>136398246 One thing I don't understand about shipperfags is how in Eva all the girls archetypes are realistically portrayed meaning they are mentally unstable and no one would want them if they actually existed. For example a tsundere like Asuka means she has serious mental issues and a kuudere like Rei means shes nothing but a doll.
Reminder that Reifags are fucking disgusting autists that are so jealous of Asuka they want her completely taken out of the story in favor of Rei:
>--- In specific terms, how did [Enokido] intend [Mari] to act?
>Tsurumaki: To put it simply, it was an idea where Mari completely usurped Asuka's role. For example, Asuka is unable to pilot Unit-02, because Mari is constantly getting to things before Asuka. Mari even thrusts herself into the middle of the relationship between Shinji and Asuka; [Asuka is] completely thwarted. Even though Asuka makes a great effort to fulfil the role she played at the time of the TV series, because Mari is always there it becomes impossible for her to do it; something like that.
>--- That's interesting.
>Tsurumaki: The reaction of Asuka fans to it would probably be terrifying (laughs). Because, in Enokido's idea, Asuka, thwarted by Mari, is never able to pilot Unit-02. There were voices on the staff pointing out the size of the risk [involved], but Anno-san somehow understood [the idea], saying, "Well, I'm going to take that idea and put it in the script." However...... [this idea] immediately went back to the drawing board (laughs).  For example, when Asuka tries to pilot Unit-02 at the time of the battle with the eighth angel, she is told by Ristuko, "Mari, the pilot who arrived on short notice from Europe, can pilot Unit-02, so you are on standby." Asuka is mortified. That was Enokido's idea, but in Anno-san's script, he changed it so that the two of them would be piloting Unit-02 together (laughs).
>>136392882 I like it. The original series is fantastic, but Rebuild has its own appeal as well. Rebuild is the version of Evangelion that sacrifices some of its substance to become more entertaining, and I think it succeeds in doing that. As long as you watch it with the knowledge of the characters' reactions to the events in 1.0 and 2.0, it's not like you need the extra characterization anyway and it's not like the crowd that's new to the franchise gives a shit about that anyway.
>>136399123 >Compare the scene where they prepare to kill Sahaquiel. In rebuild Asuka's dialogue was changed to be more stubborn and idiotic. Not really. It was change to make her easier to sympathize with. In this scene, Asuka does something she's never done before, realize that "she" was the problem because she couldn't do it herself.
The original Asuka is a billion times dumber and more stubborn.
I think the worth of 3.33 is going to depend on how 3+1 plays out and manages to make sense of 3.33.
I thought 1.11 was pretty good but didn't really add much.
I really enjoyed 2.22 and was honestly loved its ending, which made it apparent that it wasn't just a remake.
Didn't exactly like the story of 3.33 as a standalone, and I think its the timeskip that bothered me. Didn't like seeing things like Misato being so cold to him, especially since we know what happened in EoE.
I think it's pretty obvious with the who 3+1 with the "repeat" musical notation title implies some time of repetition of events. I hope Anno somehow manages to make it convincing and explains how the Rebuilds are tied into the original how things can restart after EoE, although most likely it'll leave us with more questions and theorizing since it is Eva.
I thought (as I watched them) 1.11 was okay, 2.22 was pure fanservice and sellout garbage for the franchise's most numerous fanbase, and 3.33 was a well executed 'return to form', and only understood the intended purpose of 2.22 after finally watching 3.33
>-- A course leading up to episode 19 of the television series
>Tsurumaki: Yes. Strictly speaking, the part corresponding to episode 19 incorporates parts [of the series] from up to episode 23. Rei self-destructs in the TV series; [here] Shinji rescues her, and she is not made to self-destruct. Keeping things the same besides that was the safest way to do it. However, Mari had appeared [in the story], so she somehow had to act; we had to leave a path open for Mari. That was the most stressful [part].
So this means 1.0 is episodes 1-6, 2.0 is episodes 7-23, and 3.0 only covers episode 24? Why does episode 24 get a whole movie to itself?
Except for Shinji having been buried alive in space, having a bomb strapped to his neck, Misato turning into an uber-bitch, Ritsuko looking like a bull dyke, Rei not being Rei, Asuka is lesbo with Mari, and Fuyutsuki revealing part of the truth to Shinji. Otherwise, yeah, exactly like 24.
>>136392882 I think there is an accepted orthodoxy that fans accepted after the first movie and the success of the second that made them hate 3. For one, I've never had more fun on /a/ than the 533 3.33333333 threads I posted in, and after that, the level of insanity it carries makes it above all the most entertaining of the rebuilds. Anno is outdoing the divergence factor of End of Evangelion and I wouldn't have guessed it.
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