Well, Asuka actually has some semblance of a personality, a shame it's just terrible, but it's something.
On the other hand Rei is far better looking. But due to Sadamoto's art style, it basically just comes down to hair, hair color, and eye color, and Rei still wins in that department.
I can understand people disliking Asuka for her personality, and I really do think that Rei is a deep, original, and interesting character the "emotionless doll" fags don't do justice to, but really? Asuka is pure sex, how could a middle-of-the-road traditional Japanese form like Rei even come within the same dimension as the bombshell that is Asuka? There's a reason many falsely dismiss her as merely being a fanservice character, and that's because she's pure sex. Even in a relatively unsexualized picture like this one, how coud you miss the near aesthetic perfection that is her? She is an objective aesthetic standard that other anime girls should be held to and measured against.
>Implying Asuka's ass isn't irrefutable proof of a benevolent and loving God
Asuka's got a nice ass
like, it's canon in all continuities and not a "thermal expansion" fanservice thing like her bust size
Post more Assuka
Asuka is for dignified and whole /e/
Rei is for vulgar and rapey /h/
Ugly transvestites get out
>this is a tranny
She passes extremely well
You can't delude yourself from the truth forever.
>Rei is an actual girl
>this is what reifags actually believe
I just came here to post not Shinji-chan.
OP didn't even post best girl
It's a series made to promote the Eva pachinko games. It's written as a lighthearted parody of Evangelion.
You have the two girls doing the synchro to play a simultaneous game for a match.
They are love rivals.
They both want to suck Kaworu's dick.
Just like the real Evangelion.
The truth is, I have no emotional attachment to Rei at all.
In the midst of making Eva, I suddenly realized that I had forgotten her. Her very existence. For example, in episode seven, I remembered and added one shot with Rei. I had no attachment to her at all. I think that was okay, because in episode eight, she didn't appear. Not even in a single shot.
Episode 6 was too early.
At the end Rei says "I don't know what to do," and Shinji says, "I think you should smile," and Rei smiles. ... Afterwards, when I thought about it, I cursed. In short, if she and Shinji completely "communicated" there, then isn't she over with? At that moment, Rei, for me, was finished.
When she smiled, she was already finished, this character.
Ritsuko got angry at that, but her perspective always seemed like she thought she had it coming. She's compromised and she knows it, there's guilt, she's deep enough into some dark shit to realize she's made terrible mistakes following mom and mom's boyfriend.