Know about Evangelion and Evangelion order, What is the correct order to watch Evangelion or we can say Neon Genesis Evangelion, How many episodes of Evangelion are there, 25 and 26 episodes are worth watching or not, what is good about Evangelion, how the Evangelion ended, and rebuild of Neon Genesis Evangelion, why does Evangelion have two endings, yes there are so many questions and if you want to know all the answers of your question then read this article till the last. In this article, you know about the Evangelion order.
Evangelion whose full name Neon Genesis Evangelion is a Japanese media suffrage created by Hideaki Anno and developed by Khara. Most of the franchise captions an apocalyptic mechanism effort fiction, which fluctuates around the actions by the paramilitary organization NERV to fight aggressive beings called Angels, using big humanoids called Evangelions (or EVAs for short) that are captained by select youngsters. Successive works differ from this theme to fluctuating degrees, concentrating more on romantic intercourses between the characters, plotlines not present in the original works, and re-imagining of the confrontations from the original tasks.
Neon Genesis Evangelion received critical praise but also was in controversy. Especially controversial stood the last two episodes of the show.. The original TV series oversaw to a revival of the anime enterprise and has become an artistic icon. Movie, manga, home video, and other products in the Evangelion order license have attained record exchanges in Japanese demands and strong sales in overseas markets, with relevant goods selling over ¥150 billion by 2007 and Evangelion pachinko appliances selling ¥700 billion by 2015.
The Neon Genesis Evangelion order has been hotly debated for several years now and, with the seminal anime heading to Netflix soon, it’s time to smash it down for beginners and masters alike. What Neon Genesis Evangelion order episodes do you need to watch, should I skip Death and Rebirth, and do I need to watch the episode 24-26 director’s cut are all topics that come up frequently. Then again, this is Neon Genesis Evangelion. Don’t hold your breath.
There are 26 episodes of Neon Genesis Evangelion, a recap to End of Evangelion order called Death and Rebirth, End of Evangelion itself, and then a trilogy of films, called Rebuilds. These Rebuild movies re-trace the outset plot and principle of Neon Genesis Evangelion and do not construct an outcome of the story, so aren’t essential. But, if you want to see everything in the order it came out, it would be as follows:
Neon Genesis Evangelion episodes 1-26
Death and Rebirth
End of Evangelion
Evangelion 1.0: You Are (Not) Alone
Evangelion 2.0: You Can (Not) Advance
Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo
Evangelion 3.0+1.0 [delayed until 2020]
Recall what we announced about the last two episodes of the series being odd? Well, people didn’t appreciate them when they were broadcasted. I mean, they didn’t like them. Gainax got death threats. It was bad.
The End of Evangelion is a more grand and epic finale for the series. The film was released in 1997 to epic fanfare. People were here for it: it’s got more action and drapes the plot a little better than the actual TV show accomplished. Now, whether this was nicer than episodes 25 and 26? That’s up for (eternal) debate. It’s also streaming on Netflix too. What a time to be a fan.
This one isn’t optional. You need to watch it.
Evangelion has appeared in the new age with the most current film tetralogy. The tides of new merch and crossovers you’ve been glimpsing? Thank these gorgeous movies.
The order of the films is reasonable enough: watch Evangelion 1.0: You Are (Not) Alone, then Evangelion 2.0: You Can (Not) Advance, then Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo.
In fact, you’ll be seeing 1.11, 2.22, and 3.33. The films were renumbered upon residence release, as these editions have some bonus scenes and reanimated shots. See? Relatively easy and painless.
The Rebuild films are an anecdote of the original anime story, however as they have gained, they have strayed away from that plot by this point. Some fans go as far as to call them ‘sequels’ to the original series, but that will be your conclusion to make.
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first, watch the 26 episodes of Evangelion then watch the end of Evangelion. Depending on your point of view episodes 25 and 26 are concurrent with the End of Evangelion. Then watch the Rebuild movies. They are an alternate version.