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Neon Genesis Evangelion (anime)

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Neon Genesis Evangelion
Shin Seiki Evangerion
Ang logo ng Neon Genesis Evangelion.
新世紀エヴァンゲリオン
DyanraMecha, Apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic, Drama, Psychological horror
Teleseryeng anime
DirektorHideaki Anno
IskripHideaki Anno
MusikaShiro Sagisu
EstudyoGainax, Tatsunoko
Inere saTV Tokyo, Animax
Takbo4 Oktubre 1995 – 27 Marso 1996
Bilang26 (Listahan ng episode)
Movies
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Ang Neon Genesis Evangelion (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン, Shin Seiki Evangerion, lit. New Century Evangelion), kadalasang tinatawag na Evangelion, ay isang pangkalakalan (commercial)[1] at kritikal na[2][3][4] matagumpay na Hapones na seryeng anime na nagsimulang ipalabas noong Oktubre 1995. Ang serye ay maimpluwensiya at naipalabas ng prangkisang Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. Nanalo ito ng maraming gantimpala.[5][6][7]

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  1. Evangelion has reportedly grossed over 150 billion yen, or approximately 1.2 billion USD [1]. In a discussion at the 2006 Tekkoshocon, Matt Greenfield claimed Evangelion has grossed over 2 billion USD [2] Naka-arkibo 2011-06-30 sa Wayback Machine.; Takeda 2002 reiterates that "It sold record numbers of laserdiscs in Japan, and the DVD is still selling well today." (pg 166). "Saving the Earth With a Quasi-Human Partner": "...a franchise that has generated more than a billion dollars so far"
  2. "Considered by many scholars to be an anime masterpiece, the series is credited by some critics with singlehandedly reviving the genre from what they saw as its creative doldrums in the early 1990s (Azuma 4). While I would not go quite so far, it is certainly true that Evangelion is one of the most important and groundbreaking anime series ever created." pg 424 of Napier 2002; see also "Not exactly the kind of words you'd expect from director Hideaki Anno about his 1995 production 'Neon Genesis Evangelion'. Taking him by surprise, it's been hailed by critics in Japan (and later in America and Europe) as the landmark Japanese animated TV series of the 90's. The modestly budgeted production has also become a commercial success, grossing over 800 million dollars in video sales and 400 million in merchandise in Japan alone." Wong 1996
  3. NGE won the 18th Nihon SF Taisho Award; see Gainax's coverage of award ceremony
  4. "Back in 1995 the 26-episode Japanese television series “Neon Genesis Evangelion” was a superior anime, a giant-robot tale of unusual depth, feeling and detail. It placed less emphasis on battles than on its story, in which a lonely, timid teenage boy must save the earth from destruction by bonding with a quasi-human fighting machine. (As recently as 2007, Japan’s cultural affairs agency named it the best anime ever.) " http://movies.nytimes.com/2009/09/18/movies/18evangelion.html
  5. "Japan Media Arts Festival awards". Nakuha noong 2008-10-26.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  6. "Animation Kobe winners" (sa wikang Hapones). Inarkibo mula sa orihinal noong 2008-05-12. Nakuha noong 2008-10-26.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  7. "文化庁メディア芸術祭10周年企画アンケート日本のメディア芸術100選 結果発表" (sa wikang Hapones). Plaza.bunka.go.jp. Nakuha noong 2008-09-01.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)

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