by Zac Bertschy,
ANNCast Episode 059 - NERVous Breakdown
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To compliment your long weekend, here's a podcast that is entirely about Neon Genesis Evangelion.
I know, I know - we had a 2-hour bonus show last week that was also about Evangelion. But we didn't actually discuss the show itself at all - just argued about how fans should interpret it. So this one is about the show itself. And it's good times!
Joining me to chat up all things plug-suited is Carl Horn, manga editor for Dark Horse and a true statesman of anime & manga fandom in the US, alongside Aaron Clark, noted Evangelion pundit, co-founder of Evageeks.org and founder of Evamonkey.com. Together, we go over all the stuff people usually discuss - including which ending is "the best", the appeal of the new films to longtime fans, whether or not Anno was dating the woman who played Asuka and she improvised that "I feel sick" line (you know, pressing issues here) and just how wonderful it is that Evangelion wallows in such negative human emotions. It's a great time! Strap on your party hat!
Quick note: Carl is presently editing The Shinji Ikari Raising Project manga over at Dark Horse, and in the back of each volume they print fanart, letters and testimonials from Evangelion fans. If you have a story about how you interpret the show, a piece of art you've created or any sort of personal reaction to the series, you can submit it to [email protected] and maybe it'll show up in a future volume.
You can listen to the show on our player here, direct-download the MP3 version here, or you can just use these handy links:
Also: if you like the show (or don't like the show, I guess) be sure to write us up a review over on iTunes! It'd be a big help!
NSFW Language Warning: Not so much. Maybe a little
ANNCast Episode 59 Breakdown
00:20 A little explanation upfront as to the timing and circumstances of this particular episode
01:45 Evangelion with Carl Horn and Aaron Clark! The entire show is just about this one topic. Yep, the whole thing.
And that's it! See you next time!
Special thanks to Phillip Harrington for designing and creating the ANNCast logo.
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