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Jonathan watches probably one of the strangest titles to date. Basara, Inuyasha, and Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood make appearances in Hima. And, our panel reviews the iconic Evangelion.

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5 Responses to “S2-Episode 3: Evangelion 1.01: You Are (Not) Alone”

  1. Zero

    23. Jan, 2010

    Awesome review for Eva 1.01 but there is only 1 ending in the original anime. Running out of a budget prevented Gainax from creating the complete ending that you would’ve seen back in 1996. To make it more clear for you, you’re suppose to watch End of Evangelion first before episodes 25-26, then midway into Instrumentality you stop the movie, then proceed to watch episodes 25-26, afterward you can finish the movie. The other thing is that there where ALOT of background information regarding the Angels, Humans, and the First Ancestral Race that we, as the American audience, didn’t get from Japan. After saying that, I would once again like to say that you guys did a wonderful review for Eva.

  2. zeo5red

    25. Jan, 2010

    Once again another awesome show from the great cast of Anime TV. I remember when I started to get serious into anime and people told to Watch Eva because how great the story and characters were, so I look at the DVDs and the summary on the back of them. I thought long and hard and came to the conclusion to pass it by for now. A few years later while in Iraq a buddy of gives me the box set to watch so I did. The beginning got me hooked in but, the ending left me very disappointed and going, “WTF!” I love the overall idea of the show but could do without the multiple endings and the first movie just pushed it out of me wanting it in my collection, even though if asked for an anime suggestion I still would tell them to watch it for themselves and have their own opinion of it.

  3. ec

    26. Jan, 2010

    I can’t believe I lost the game. That was pretty sneaky there.

  4. Ging

    05. Feb, 2010

    Sengoku Basara and The Legend of Basara are two completely different things. The girl was describing The Legend of Basara, and you showed screens of Sengoku Basara, a completely unrelated anime that was based off of a video game.

  5. KelseyAnne

    10. Mar, 2010

    Johnathan, you still crack me up, but I dislike you currently- I JUST LOST THE GAME.

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