The official website for Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion Z, the second installment of the train transforming robot anime franchise Shinkalion, has announced that Rei Ayanami will appear in its forthcoming crossover episode with the Evengelion franchise to be aired in Japan on September 17, 2021. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion Z, the second installment of the train transforming robot anime franchise Shinkalion, announced today that its crossover episode with the Evengleion franchise will be aired in Japan on September 17, 2021, as its 22nd episode. It will be the third time for Evangelion to collaborate with the Shinkalion anime. Hit the jump for more information.
Gehirn Inc., the developers of the NERV Disaster Prevention service, announced today that its real-time smartphone application is now available in English. The app uses the branding from Evangelion to distribute up-to-date information on weather and disaster warnings inside Japan, and has now released their fully-featured app into English! Learn more after the jump!
GKIDS and All The Anime jointly revealed the Collector's and Standard Edition Blu-rays for Neon Genesis Evangelion today after unveiling the Ultimate Edition a couple of weeks back. While the Collector's Edition will receive similar on-disc features as the Ultimate Edition, including the "classic" ADV dub, the standard edition will not. More details after the jump!
To celebrate the release of Evangelion 3.333 on 4K Ultra High-Definition Blu-ray today in Japan, the King Amusement Creative YouTube channel released a small 1 minute and 46-second sample of the 21-minute imageboard visualization by Mahiro Maeda that is released in the collection, depicting the first draft of the original Evangelion 3.0 film. Watch it after the jump!
GKIDS in the United States and All The Anime in the United Kingdom have finally unveiled the Ultimate Edition of Neon Genesis Evangelion – the first Blu-ray release of the classic anime series in English. See the full details of the release after the jump!
One of the biggest parts of the Kamen Rider identity is their Rider Machines. To celebrate Bike Day in Japan today (yes, that's a thing!), Hideaki Anno's upcoming Shin Kamen Rider film teased the new motorcycle, showing the number plate and a very Anno-like logo for the Rider Machine. Speed past the jump to check it out!