Neon Genesis Evangelion

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  • Neon Genesis Evangelion Controversy

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    Generally regarded as the preeminent work within the entire anime industry, Neon Genesis Evangelion carries the distinction of inaugurating the medium into complex areas of human thought and intrigue, such as: philosophy, psychology and theology. This groundbreaking approach detached itself from the prototypical formula used by many directors at the time, and imbued original ideas into a stagnating industry that had suffered from the economic difficulties of the early 1990's. While there is much

  • Lord Byron 's Manfred, The Iconic Overbearing And Guilt Stricken Manfred

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    hero archetype still exists in even the popular science fiction genre, with its themes rooted in dystopian and post-apocalyptic environments (Lynch and Stillinger 584). For instance, the Byronic hero archetype is portrayed in Hideki Anno’s Neon Genesis Evangelion through the

  • Why I Don 't Want Die !

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    that’s why I hate her four eyed face at times. It’s like looking at a mirror back when I was fifteen. Oh the arrogance and delusions I had, I believed that I was god but i’m not, I’m human just like everyone else I can bleed, I can die and being an Evangelion pilot should only be a part of who you are. My thoughts are cut off as I see the screen fading in and out, it won’t be long now I can feel it coming to an end as blood leaks down my face from my damaged eye, I guess it’s not a surprise it would

  • Shinji Reflection

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    Shinji is the pilot of Eva-01 and is the main protagonist of Evangelion. He is known for being a coward by many anime fans but after watching the series myself I have to disagree with that, I mean he did run away a lot of times but that's because of the burden that was given to him so suddenly, he was expected to pilot a gigantic machine that he had never seen before and was forced to fight extremely powerful monsters known as "Angels". Of course anyone would be scared and try to run away from that

  • Influence of Nuclear Destruction on the Evolution of Japan Essay

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    This cultural phenomenon will naturally manifest itself through media as witnessed through countless anime movies such as Akira, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and Grave of the Fireflies, all of which deal directly with surviving after a nuclear blast. Also, it is important to note that the famous movie series Godzilla (still produced to this day) deals with a monster that is created due to nuclear

  • Analysis Of The Angels

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    Despite advances in military equipment, guns and tanks are ineffective in combating the “Angels.” Fortunately, for the sake of humankind, the United Nations put together an organization named NERV to combat said “Angels” through the deployment of Evangelions (Mecha’s) to ward off these unfamiliar adversaries. Everything is easy enough at this point, what is not evident is the reason the pilots are required to be 14 years-old, or what allows them to achieve higher levels of

  • Jap An Electronic Wonderland

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    The Akihabara district of Tokyo, Japan is an electronic wonderland with endless sights to see and a history that doesn’t seem to fit its light-hearted appearance. Once a post-war black market, Akihabara is now the center of all things relating to anime, manga, and videogames (“Akihabara”). Traveling to this unique location would be an experience that would not be forgotten. Akihabara has always been an important location in Japan, even during the Edo period. It was a crossroad that was often traveled

  • Manga

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    Initially, I concentrated on buying a wide range of manga to "sample" rather than focusing on specific series. In this way, I acquired random volumes of series such as Gensomaden Saiyuki, Neon Genesis Evangelion and Revolutionary Girl Utena. Once I got an idea of which types of manga I found most appealing, I began to focus on acquiring several volumes of a particular series. For example, I now own all of the Banana Fish volumes that have so far been

  • Climatic Elements Of Osamu Shashin

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    Fast forward to 1960’s and we have a figure who revolutionized manga and made it what modern manga is today. This figure was named Osamu Tezuka. Before him, “manga” was drawn like a play, with characters entering the left stage and the right stage. Tezuka, revolutionized this by taking his experiences from watching German and French movies, and adding a cinematic element to his manga, making it more movie-like and dynamic. He put in more panels and more pages to create dynamic movements and expressions

  • Essay on Anime in America

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    "Anime in America" Anime, or Japanese animation, is a style of animation most recognizable by characters with large eyes and beautifully detailed backgrounds. Once people watch anime, they will find besides spectacular animation, anime has complex characters and deep stories, many of which teach morals and values. Anime is very popular in Japan; it has also gained a following in America and is beginning to hit the mainstream. Anime is gaining popularity in the United States as it is shown

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