Anime Review #66: Rebuild of Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0

To my readers: Now that Ontario is opening back up, I've decided to take a short break from reviewing movies, and refocus on reviewing episodic anime series. From time to time, I'll come back to movies, but not at a consistent rate like the past year. It all comes down to this, folks. After 14 … Continue reading Anime Review #66: Rebuild of Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0

Anime Review #65: Rebuild Of Evangelion 3.0

Last week, I reviewed the first two (well, technically, only the second one, since the first was nothing more than a rehash of sorts) films of the now-concluded Rebuild of Evangelion series. I commented how, despite flaws like cutting out some significant bits of content and watering down a few accidental aspects, it still kept … Continue reading Anime Review #65: Rebuild Of Evangelion 3.0

Anime Review #64: Rebuild Of Evangelion 1.0/2.0

In 1995, Hideaki Anno, a struggling animator at Gainax who was going through a bout of severe depression, released Neon Genesis Evangelion, a show which, while on the surface appeared to be another monsters-vs-humans mecha show, quickly became one of the most beloved, and yet fiercely disputed shows in history. With its unconventional characters and … Continue reading Anime Review #64: Rebuild Of Evangelion 1.0/2.0