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The city is underwater below 14th Street, as is much of Tokyo in the classic anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion , one of the many shows to which Neo Yokio pays homage.
I don't want this question to turn into a whole page so I'll just say FLCL, Akira and Neon Genesis Evangelion are definitely my all-time favorites.
It has published the likes of Cowboy Bebop, Sgt Frog and Neon Genesis Evangelion.
This was the milieu that gave rise to Gainax, the studio that produced Neon Genesis Evangelion ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Shin Seiki Evangerion, 1995-96), often credited with the precipitous intensification of anime fandom.
In the first section, "The Otaku's Pseudo-Japan," Azuma begins simply enough by noting that the quiet build up of an otaku culture happened over several decades before a number of important events put the otaku more squarely in the public eye including: the proliferation of the Internet beyond the closed online communities of the 1980s; the crimes committed by otaku Tsutomu Miyazaki from 1988-89; the smash success of Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995); and the publication of An Introduction to Otaku Studies (1996) by Toshio Okada.
Clarke's Childhood's End, existentialism in the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion, science fiction and the dystopian visions of musical groups Voivod and Fear Factory, representations of memory in the Ridley Scott film Bladerunner, images of absence in Philip K.
For boys, 'shonen manga' encompass adventure but also themes about growing up and the responsibilities thrust upon younger people by their parents, in scenarios ranging from sports to science fiction, for instance in Neon Genesis Evangelion by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto.
Neo Tokyo 3, taken from the fictional capital in the 1995 Japanese Anime TV series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Through an examination of Katsuhiro Otomo's Akira (1987), Mamoru Oshii's Ghost in the Shell (1995), and Hideaki Anno's Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-1996), this article hopes to illustrate how these depictions of disembodiment as the next stage in human evolution serve as a means of commenting upon the debate between two means of understanding desire.
Intended for readers age thirteen to adult, the sixth and final volume of Neon Genesis Evangelion Angelic Days concludes Fumino Hayashi's alternate-universe take on the popular Japanese animated show and its characters with an array of short stories set at varying times in the characters' lives.
ADV Films is the #1 producer-distributor of Japanese animation ("anime") outside of Japan and has the largest English-language anime library in the world, with best-selling titles such as Neon Genesis Evangelion, Guyver, Robotech, Full Metal Panic, Hello Kitty and Elfen Lied.
Titles such as Neon Genesis Evangelion are tortured enough, the band's claim to be "fascinated by shaping shadows" suggests laughable pretentiousness or they simply have nothing to say.