Which Gainax ending is the best? And Since I know every answer will be EVA, which one is the second best?
>I know every answer will be EVA
No, Gun/Diebuster is best. Second is this.
I do think Gun/Die is best but the eva circlejerk in this board is strong
well, its not like i need any incentive to rewatch this shit again, but god damn do i have to now
I just know dicks are a staple of your diet.
>nono Humming the Gunbuster opening in this scene
Broke my heart desu
what's up with Gainax and god tier music?
I was holding my tears
just hidden and ignore guys, don't fall for it
Look, I can understand why you feel that way, but taken as a whole End of Evangelion is actually a masterpiece and one of the most important entries into the canon of animated film.
i'm not baiting
why would you assume it
I would even make a pretty picture with all gainax endings but I don't have FLCL here
>what's the order to watch
it's simple and this applies to everything: production order.
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>Since I know every answer will be EVA
Only EVAfags think that, and they're the stupidest, most despised fanbase this side of Naruto. Gunbuster/Diebuster is one of the best endings in anything, let alone Gainax productions.
Diebuster DVDs were among the first anime DVDs I bought when I was in middle school. Didn't watch Gunbuster until years after, but the ending blew my mind, especially considering how far apart the production was of each series. It was insane.
Lal'c a best.
One thing that I liked about DB was how it explored a bit more of the pilot/machine relationship. Nono was obviously a main character but she was also a buster machine like 19 and the rest, who didn't really get speaking parts despite being sentient to a degree. In a society where technology has advanced so far and AI aren't very far off, I thought the speech that Nono's foster dad gave at the end was really good at relating her plight to Noriko's:
>When I found her, she had lost most of her memories. The prison of a life lasting thousands, or even tens of thousands of years... I could never even begin to understand how horrible that might have been.
>But, what part of the Solar System was she built to protect? When you think about that, don't you think you can almost get a grasp on why she was given a humanoid shape and a humanoid heart?
>I wanted to let her meet Nonoriri. Assuming that, as Nono claimed, Nonoriri really was a normal girl... I suppose she would need a friend. I guess heroes are always isolated. Even before, there was a girl who chose a path of solitude in order to protect everyone. I think that that fact kept her going. She had never met Nonoriri before, either. So she must have been glad to have met you, I'm sure.
Lal'c a best.
Definitely near the top, but if you include the tooth gap she's unbeatable.