The manga adaptation of the landmark animated series that changed the mecha genre. Each volume contains three of the original graphic novels and includes pages of stunning, full-color art.
Once Shinji didn’t care about anything; then he found people to fight for—only to learn that he couldn’t protect them or keep those he let into his heart from going away. As mankind tilts on the brink of the apocalyptic Third Impact, human feelings are fault lines leading to destruction and just maybe, redemption and rebirth.
Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for teen plus audiences.
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It won’t accept the entry plug ejection signal! The highlight of this volume, like the two preceding it, is the spot-on perfect artwork, combine that with an expanded storyline from the anime and you have yourself a must own book for Eva fans. If you were trying to introduce someone to Evangelion would you start with the show or the manga? It’s a trickier question than one would think. I consider both formats to be at about the same level, that is, the top of their respective genres. I suppose it would depend on which format your expectant audience prefers. I’m sure, in time, that this fine comic will be regarded in the same high esteem as it’s older and more famous animated sibling.
Very good - follows the anime story line but moves faster and gives a different spin on each character. Answers some lingering questions too.
I never really got into these 3-in-1 editions until this 30% off of all viz manga sale came in. I bought it simply because it would save money if I were to get separate editions. But after I bought it , it was more than that. It contains additional artwork which is very outstanding and information about the NERV compound you would never know. So in my opinion, GET IT NOW!