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Neon Genesis Evangelion, Vol. 8: come now, let us make covenant, you and I
     

Neon Genesis Evangelion, Vol. 8: come now, let us make covenant, you and I

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by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto
 

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As a disembodied Shinji drifts in visions, merged with the esoteric fluids of the Evangelion, his father's long-serving lieutenant, Fuyutsuki, is kidnapped for interrogation by SEELE--in German, the "Soul"--the council of superiors whom NERV has been double-crossing for some time now...

Eva Vol. 8 contains a Japanese sound FX glossary plus a special

Overview

As a disembodied Shinji drifts in visions, merged with the esoteric fluids of the Evangelion, his father's long-serving lieutenant, Fuyutsuki, is kidnapped for interrogation by SEELE--in German, the "Soul"--the council of superiors whom NERV has been double-crossing for some time now...

Eva Vol. 8 contains a Japanese sound FX glossary plus a special bonus guide to help U.S. fans discover the best of the many import books available on Evangelion!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421555836
Publisher:
VIZ Media
Publication date:
09/17/2012
Series:
Neon Genesis Evangelion Series , #8
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
188
Sales rank:
504,395
File size:
85 MB
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Meet the Author

Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, one of the founding members of the animation powerhouse Studio Gainax, is the character designer for THE WINGS OF HONNEAMISE, NADIA, NEON GENESIS EVANGELION the animated series, and many other anime, illustration and art projects. His latest art book, DER MOND, is also available in English translation from VIZ Media. NEON GENESIS EVANGELION is Sadamoto's only full-length manga series.

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Neon Genesis Evangelion, Volume 8 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The previous manga volumes had been very well done, but this one finally gets into the psychological aspects of the show, and it does a great job of depicting them. While the anime did things that the manga obviously can't, this volume will do a good job of confusing quite a few people. The art is exceptional intensely detailed and expressive. (Freud would have a field day analyzing some of the stuff in this volume.)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago