Neon Genesis Evangelion, Vol. 10

ISBN: 1421511606
ISBN 13: 9781421511603
By: Yoshiyuki Sadamoto Gainax

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Comics Graphic Novels Manga Mangas Neon Genesis Evangelion Sci Fi Science Fiction Shonen To Read

About this book

Japan's most controversial anime series is over...but not the manga version of Neon Genesis Evangelion! Series co-creator Yoshiyuki Sadamoto's personal interpretation of the Evangelion characters and story is sure to intrigue new and old fans alike.In 2015, the "Angels" have returned, and Shinji Ikari, a fourteen year-old child of the new Earth, is forced by his father Gendo--commander of the secret organization NERV--to pilot the monstrous biomechanical weapon called "Evangelion" to match the Angels' fearsome power...

Reader's Thoughts

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Alx_zero

El sacrificio de Rei y la aparición de Rei III me frustran mucho. Cuando finalmente parece que comienza a ser más humana, va y sucede ésto. Y mientras Kaworu acercándose, con una curiosidad casi científica a Shinji. Se acerca el final y si nos paramos a pensar, muchos ya se han quedado por el camino. Mal va a terminar ésto.

Rodrigo González

The end is nigh! Sadamoto takes his time to write and drawn this manga but the wait It's worth it.

Trebro

Holy Crap! I get to read the next volume in this about 3 years later. At the rate this is going, I might be able to finish the Eva story in text form by the time I'm collecting what's left of social security. At any rate, this takes us to the time period where we're learning the terrible secret of Rei and her sinister origins. Shinji really gets put through the ringer emotionally here, first dealing with Rei's death and then her sudden return from the grave. Unfortunately and strangely, it seemed rushed to me. You'd think the text would allow this to draw out, perhaps even into another volume, but we get the whole Rei story here after spending entirely too much time with the creepy other boy. In fact, this one gets dinged down in my opinion because Sadamoto spends entirely too much time on him and not enough on what I think drives the story here--Shinji and Misato's horror at the revelations of the final chapter.The shift in emphasis has been interesting most of the time, but on this one, I felt it was misplaced. Guess we'll know more by 2011. (Library, 09/09)Trebby's Take: Hey, if you've read this far...

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