In celebration of the upcoming Evangelion 3.0+1.0 anime film, Tabio stores across Japan are getting into the angelic spirit by stepping into shoes with some snazzy Evangelion-themed socks, perfect for your next angel fight. Step past the jump to check them out!
In honor of the recent anniversary of the original manga, let's look at Devilman's legacy, the spin-offs and sequels, and the most recent incarnation, Devilman Crybaby. Read for more devil action after the jump!
On the anniversary of Rebuild of Evangelion 2.0, it's worth asking: What keeps us coming back to Evangelion? Let's find out together, after the jump.
After 20 years since they were last on Japanese store selves, Khara announced yesterday that the animation company has released the 'Groundwork of Evangelion' anime production books that focuses on the key animation of the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV anime series for the first time in 20 years exclusively on digital platforms for the first time. Check out some pages from the books after the jump!
The official Twitter accounts for Studio Khara and his wife Moyoko Anno posted photos of Hideaki Anno wearing a red hood and a T-shirt with the logo of "Ultraman 60" (a parody of Ultraman 80) to celebrate his Kanreki / 60th birthday. In Japan, Kanreki is celebrated by wearing red clothes, such as cape and vest. Let's celebrate his birthday after the jump!
Though woefully misrepresented in all kinds of media, here's a non-hierarchical list of women of color in anime who are respectfully depicted, nuanced, and poignant role models for our own lives too. Read on for more after the jump!
NHK anime world, Japan's national broadcaster, is currently holding an "All Grand Evangelion Poll" to find out the most popular parts of four aspects of the Evangelion franchise, releasing some interim results for two of the categories. Plus, Khara has started streaming all three Rebuild of Evangelion anime films on YouTube. Watch them, and learn some of the results, after the jump!
Following the formal announcement of the Evangelion 3.0+1.0 Final film's delay on Friday, studio head Hideaki Anno has penned a formal statement in his own handwriting regarding the delay. Read on for the statement, along with an official English translation and transcription.
The newest visual for upcoming anime film Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon A Time may have been overshadowed by the announcement of a delay to its Japanese release, but that didn't stop keen-eyed fans from trying to work out where director Hideaki Anno took inspiration from. Find out where after the jump!
Studio Khara announced today that Evangelion 3.0+1.0, the latest film hugely influential Evangelion franchise, and the final film in the rebuild series, will be postponed from its originally scheduled June 27 release date "due to the unprecedented situation in Japan and overseas due to the spread of the new coronavirus infectious disease (COVID-19)." More details after the jump.
While working busily on the long-awaited Evangelion: 3.0+1.0, Hideaki Anno recently starred in Shunji Iwai's latest live-action film Last Letter. He plays the protagonist Yuri Kishinobe (played by Takako Matsu)'s husband Soujiro, who is working as a manga artist. khara's official Twitter has posted manga illustrations drawn by Kenji Tsuruta for Anno's character in the film. Check them out after the jump.
Hideaki Anno, the infamous director of Evangelion, released an op-ed today discussing the current state of Gainax, a studio he helped found, and where he created the TV anime series. He also looks back at the issues he faced from the studio from the mid-2000s and why relations between his new anime studio, Khara, and Gainax broke down. Hit the jump to learn more from the man himself.
Khara's official Twitter has posted a first design sketch of Ultraman to be featured in the forthcoming all-new live-action film Shin Ultraman. It was drawn by the film's planner/screenplay writer Hideaki Anno on October 3, 2018. Check out the beginning of the project after the jump.
It's official, folks! Directors Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi, who previously were the creative force behind Shin Godzilla, are teaming up once again to create another modern day take on a classic tokusatsu franchise with a newly-announced film entitled SHIN ULTRAMAN. Hit the jump to learn more.