Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 21, 2002 to Sep 10, 2002
Premiered: Winter 2002
Broadcast: Mondays at 16:25 (JST)
Producers: Asatsu DK, Fuji TV
Licensors: ADV Films
Genres: Action, Drama, Mecha, Music, Mystery, Psychological, Romance, Sci-Fi
Duration: 23 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Dual Audio
Characters & Voice Actors
OP2: “Hemisphere (Instrumental)” by Maaya Sakamoto (ep 4)
ED1: “Yume no Tamago” (“Fledgling Dream” English version) by Ichiko and Mayumi Hashimoto (ep 1, 5, 15-16, 19, 25)
ED2: “Yume no Tamago” by Ichiko Hashimoto and Mayumi Hashimoto (eps 2-4, 6-14, 17-18, 20-24)
ED3: “Before You Know” by Ichiko Hashimoto (ep 26)
02: God and Man Awaken
03: City of Blood
04: His Own Watch
05: Nirai Kanai
06: Obliterated Cities
07: Day of Assembly
08: Bitterly Cold Holy Night
If you love Evangelion, you owe it yourself to watch this masterpiece.
Science fiction at its finest.
Showed its real potential in the Konaka-directed episodes. Otherwise, thematically interesting, with a solid cast and superb art direction.
Kinda cool ideas and setup. I don’t remember much about it other than they cut away from fights and it was very much about pilot drama.
Suffers from uneven pacing and confusing plot. Characters are strong but needed to have a more definitive ending. Watch movie for that.
Not bad, edgy and confusing, but not bad.
Eva clone or not, this show is a unique and surreal mecha show that’s very underappreciated. Highly recommended for fans of mecha.