The End of Evangelion is incredible. Top to bottom, it’s everything to be expected for the ending of Neon Genesis Evangelion. It is the culmination of all of the characters’ feelings that have been expressed (or, in most cases, repressed) throughout the show. At the end of it all, we get an ending just as vague and open-to-interpretation as everything else in the series.
Gainax spared no expense, and it puts its score and animation on display in magnificent fashion.
Definitely a must-see if you’ve completed Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Asuka Langley Soryu, from Neon Genesis Evangelion, is the BEST waifu. Who the hell knows why I love this bitch, but you better believe I do. I’ve got the figures, the blanket, the posters, etc. and, to top it all off, this past Saturday (August 12, 2017), I got Tiffany Grant’s autograph. You could say that I’m pretty happy right now.
Pen Pen, the hyper-intelligent hot-springs penguin, is one of my favorite characters from Neon Genesis Evangelion. Having been spared from euthanization by Misato, Pen Pen now lives a comfortable life in the apartment he shares with her, Shinji, and Asuka. He reads the morning paper and takes beer with his breakfast. He takes hot baths and relaxes in his own custom climate-controlled refrigerator/chamber room thing. Quite frankly, I don’t think Pen Pen is afraid the Human Instrumentality Project, since he’s not human. Pen Pen is one of the two characters in Neon Genesis Evangelion that did nothing wrong.