Perhaps taking inspiration from the classic episode of the series, “Dance Like You Want to Win!”, these series of three illustrations portraying Asuka as a dancer seem like they would fold right into Evangelion canon. Are you a dancer as well? Were you trained in classical or any other kind? ★ 【BB】「 五彩斑斓的香 」 ☆
Where is everyone? Probably hiding from angel attacks of course. You’d think Rei would be more cautious, too, but she’s not really all there. ★ 【Paindude】「 III 」 ☆
Besides the prettiness and coolness of this illustration, there’s something to be said here about an anime where the characters are fighting against God but in this fanart, celebrating Christmas, and perhaps a more subtle allusion that can be made to that idea in our modern culture. Just some food for thought. ★ 【Fadingz/ twitter】「… Read More Fanart Friday: Neon Christmas Evangelion
For my money, Misato received the saddest tales in both the original series and Rebuild. FAVORITE Evangelion character for sure. ★ 【あっちょん】「 ONE MORE FINAL： I need you. 」 ☆
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I first watched Neon Genesis Evangelion as an 18 year old, new to the anime medium. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, I was just enthralled by all the large-scale combat between the angels and the Eva units. With the series dropping on Netflix, I decided to re-watch the series in 2020. Let me tell you, now as… Read More Newman’s Nook: What’s in a Name?