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The Red Cross Book (RCB) is the unofficial name of a Japanese pamphlet that was sold in theaters to viewers who came to see The End of Evangelion. The Red Cross Book (referred to as RCB onwards) is the pamphlet sold in the cinema to those who came to see the movie "the End of Evangelion". It cost The famous “Red Cross Book” was a pamphlet sold for yen, at the theatrical premiere of the End of Evangelion on July 19, It serves as a canonical.

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Red Cross Book Evangelion

I've been looking for this book for quite long, I can't get it.. there's nothing on site, and sold out on Mandarake, anyone know where i can find. Red Cross Book. From EvaWiki. Redirect page. Jump to: navigation, search. # REDIRECT Movie Pamphlets. Retrieved from. Does anybody know where I can find the red cross book translated in English on pdf or word format? Also for the 7 individual dvds that came.

Just follow these rules: 1 Don't change the content, although formatting is ok. You can translate it into html, just don't go inserting your own paragraphs, or changing words even spell-checking. If you want to translate this, you have far too much free time on your hands. Mail me. This applies to all my translation that have been released either posted to the Evangelion ML, or rec.

Medmexico-deactivated asked: Hey just wondering if there would be a PDF option? Neon Genesis Evangelion Shin Seiki. Segn el libro de Evangelion el trmino children se aplica en plural. Mmm, no sale, yo tengo un pdf del red cross book, en el dicen otras. Spoiler Teora vida y muerte edgar allan poe cuentos completos julio cortazar pdf de Seele en Evangelion 3.

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Shin Seiki Evangelion - The Red Cross Book.pdf

Recipe given in the book of Exodus , the. But I still wanted my own copy regardless. The paper is fairly thick so the book feels pretty sturdy. An introduction, with some notes by staff about the film's release. The glossary pages like this one are short and dense, but they are very important.

Every Evangelion fan should make sure to read these, even if you think you already know everything. Contains definitions of every single term used in the series and the film, elaborates on numerous concepts and disambiguates some areas of confusion.

Some of the voice actors! Check out that photography. They talk mostly about their thoughts and feelings regarding the process of playing their characters and about the characters themselves but they also speak of what it was like to work with Anno and the experience of acting in Evangelion as a whole.

Production notes. The last pages are devoted to advertisements for at the time new merchandise!

The back cover has the film title and the price. Of course the RCB can be regarded as a co-equal part of the NGE corpus, but this means it is just as likely to contain mis-information and contradictions as any other part.

I don't think it should be seen as an authoratative metatext. And while we're on the subject, Tim Miller's NGE secrets page mentioned above is also not authoritative.

He's not updated it for 5 years, and so it doesn't take account of the restored footage in the "Director's Cut". For example, this shows that the embryonic Adam was at some point implanted into Gendo's hand and so you have to come up with another theory as to why Gendo puts his hand on Rei's breast in EoE -- PS4FA The whole Adam on Gendo's hand thing is quite simple.

Gendo's dream was to be with Yui again his wife , and that currently meant the instrumentality project. To cause intrumentality you need to bring an angel in contact with Lilith aka Mother Nature. Gendo couldn't do this himself, even with an angel fused to his hand. Rei was created using some of Yui either just genetic code, or a portion of her soul as well which is why Rei was able to synch with Unit 01 as Yui's soul is there and some of Lilith hence Rei being welcomed home to Lilith and Kaworu saying that both he and Rei are the same.

Gendou was going to use Rei by fusing with her and causing intrumentality to be with Yui, but Rei rejected him and started intrumentality herself allowing her to influence the flow of it and allowing Shinji to seize the future and give people the choice to either remain in heaven the LCL where no new experience is gained, or regain their physical being and continue living. Humanity would "continue living" both in the LCL or in their physical bodies.

But in the LCL life would be eternal. Also its not exactly that no new experience is gained as much as experience no longer matters because all is one. So in a way is more like experiencing everything. Solve life's greatest mysteries and all? It'd be nice. Had anything similar to this happened before? Kimochi warui can be interpreted in many ways.

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So this phrase can be interpred as "I feel unwell", "I feel sick", "That gives me a bad feeling", "This is a bad feeling" and so on. This is just from my basic Japanese knowledge, so it's open to interpretation, and really needs a Japanese translator to look at it in context. However, given the VA's explanation of where the line came from, "disgusting" is the obvious best choice.

She's saying she feels bad when she's just awoken from a long coma, been quite literally torn to shreds in Eva 00, has died, and has barely survived being strangled seconds before.

And now she says she feels like crap. She's not saying anything's disgusting; she's just saying she feels like crap. And understandably so. Or does it not count?

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Why not, fits with the article description. Keep in mind, however, that the Eva isn't technically a robot; if anything, you should at least point out that it's a cyborg. Eh, I agree with calling it a cyborg at the very least, but that's a cheap shot given the extent of what amounts to a locked-down being used as weapon or a tool. It isn't a cyborg.

The mechanical parts attached to them are just there to keep them under control of the pilot and supply them with the energy required to 'work'. Keep in mind this energy is just required not because they are some kind of robots, but because they actually have no souls, wich makes them stay in a deep coma state all the time.

I propose something like this: Evangelion takes place in the near future AD , fourteen years after the catastrophic Second Impact. Caused by a meteorite strike, this explosion was massive enough to tilt the Earth's axis and melt the Antarctica.

During the aftermath, Earth lost its seasonal cycle and most of the mankind was wiped out by the resulting flood. Just as the humanity had recovered and the life had returned to normal, a new threat emerged: the Angels. Conventional weapons are useless against these monsters, and the only known defense against them is the biomechanical robot created by NERV, the Evangelion Ok, considered Khym Chanur's comments thank you! Removed the comment due to metaspoiler issues. The old version is available via Talk history, as usual.

I'm aware of the single inaccuracy in the introduction; it's deliberate as this stuff is supposed to be free of spoilers. There's an inaccuracy I'm worried about - and attempted to correct - but someone erased it. Didn't Hideaki Anno suffer a nervous breakdown 'during' the run of the series instead of before it? Can anyone address this in the introduction?

I removed that because i've never heard it before and it seems like a lot of people are confused over which psychological problems Anno had when. If you can find a reliable source that says he did have a nervous breakdown during the series' run, then certainly add it.

If you're basing this on word-of-mouth or something you heard somewhere randomly on the Internet, please try to find a better source. I'm a pretty big fan of NGE, and while I don't claim to know everything, I think I know quite enough to be able to add to the page. I do have a few 'personal quirks' in my way of writing about the series which some may disagree with, so if anyone considers my style or my changes to be less than ideal, I'm happy to discuss it, or, if we can't reach a mutual agreement, to simply withdraw from adding to the page.

I've no intentions of vandalising the work of others, but a lot more could usefully be added to these pages. I'd appreciate hearing from the more established contributors to this page, to discuss my intentions.

I'll be adding my changes gradually. That would be beyond the scope of Wikipedia. For that sort of thing, go to one of the external pages dedicated to NGE. That's true, and South Park has a lot more episodes - would it really be too much to have an article for each NGE episode?

He belived if he started by killing his family members, it would make it easier for him to kill strangers. He was pronounced guilty of murder in early It should be noted that Hiroyuki's interpretation does not match most people's interpretation of Evangelion.

I'm planning on doing a lot of work on this main article when I get enough free time i. I'm aware they're pretty mediocre pictures, but I'm nowhere near a set of DVDs for Eva, and I'm not really sure what the fair use policy for stills from the show might be. Anyone who can contribute, it would be appreciated. If anyone could upload an image, perhaps something similar to this one would be a good choice.

I'm pretty sure that a single still from the show would constitute fair use. After all, the book-cover template for book-cover images says "It is believed that book covers may be exhibited on Wikipedia under the fair use provision of United States copyright law. So I think that using part of one single frame from an anime would also constitute fair use. It's of Unit 02 crouching on a battle cruiser, which not only looks nice, but it also provides scale to show how big the EVA is, which the action figure didn't.

The image is Image:EvaUnit02Still. It's also the translation Jim Breens dictionary gives. Somehow I doubt Gainax was the originator of this translation. This seems intentional to me; the title Neon Genesis Evangelion is, similarly, Gainax's free translation into Greek of the series' Japanese title Shin Seiki Evangelion. Okay, now it makes a lot more sense.

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Not that it makes much difference to the posting. Does anyone else think there are strong ties to the Existentialist ideals in this series?

And forgive me if it was discussed under a different name, or just as quoted from individual thinkers of Existentialism. Short answer, Yes it has very strong ties with Existentialism, even if viewed in a popularist way.

After seeing many articles about this genre on Wikipedia, I must admit my initial view of anime has changed significantly Not just existentionalism, but other metaphysical and psychological aspects and whatnot. I think it's not existentialism, it's the Schopenhauerian pessimism : 1: Episode 4 has the title " Hedgehog's Dilemma ", a tale of Schopenhauer, which tells us about two Hegdehogs in the cold. If they moved too close, their neadles would hurt each other, if they moved too far, they would freeze.

It's very hard for them to find a middle way as it is for Misato and Shinji in that episode. Maladjusted by his or her destiny and by the one's which are responsible for the destiny! For example Shinji I would call his behavior "German Angst "!

And why did she have to die?

Because mankind, represented by SEELE and Keel, is maladjusted by madness, because they think they would be able to combat versus Heaven and the Gods or whatever and to reach eternity by an artificial evolution, as the humans always have been cruel against each other and making the other humans' lives kaputt, as one can see best in EoE, where NERV becomes a birdcage! All in all: Human society, mankind itself, the whole world is kaputt.

God without mercy. The main driving force behind their relations is existentialist angst, as exhibited in the tension between characters that pervades the series like cobwebs in an abandoned house. For example, Shinji's "Hedgehog's Dilemma" is caused by his angst at the pain brought on by the traumas of his absent parents on the subconscious level, not because the world is just that way and people will always hurt each other if they get close.

The mere fact that he eventually opens up both in episode 26 of the series and in End of Evangelion with Asuka proves that the individual has power over his surroundings the philosophical aspect of existentialism and of his psychological state the psychoanalytical aspect of existentialism. You can see some of his concepts of despair in the series. However the basic plot of Angels attacking the Earth implies that there is a God.

There may be some existential concepts tied into the series but I would say overall it doesnt match up too well with existentialism as one of its major philosophies. That's why I'd say that's "combinationism".

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