Yeah, it was on Yahoo Japan. There's a couple more cels that ends on there today but no sketches that I'm interested inNow its ended, where was it?
It is a lot but I really wanted one nice sketch from the show for my collection. There was a cel of Asuka that went for almost the same price so I guess it got a bit expensive for just being a sketch.I knew it was expencive but seeing 150,000 made me Wow. Far too much for me
Only things I own are a few official reproduction cels and a Hikari Promo/Cinema size official poster (IIRC Kings Records?) Will check when I get home
Ahh, hard luck, Robin.I didn't win the auction
Yeah, it was quite expensive but owning one would be really awesome to me Yeah, I'm still very interested in knowing from where the scene is if you stumble upon itAhh, hard luck, Robin.
Wow, that became a really expensive item. I know that I certainly wouldn't want to pay anything like that for a piece of artwork, as much as I love Evangelion.
I'll still keep a lookout for the scene as I watch the series all the same, just out of curiosity now.
Well done getting into the last two.
Well observed, nothing like a bit of context to an artwork. Sorry you didn't get it, but yeah it was pretty damned pricey, so here's hoping you get a chance to put that money towards another bit of artwork just as nice, or maybe even better instead.
Interesting playlist. My rewatch this time will take in the original ADV versions of episodes 21 to 24, and then episodes 25 and 26. I'll save the Director's Cut versions of those former three episodes, Death & Rebirth and The End of Evangelion for AL's Ultimate Edition.on this occasion I'll watch episodes 23&24, then mix in death & rebirth with End of Eva and conclude with 25&26 for a happier overall ending.
And funnily enough, the scenario of having four Evas hasn't occurred in Rebuild, what with the so-called Vatican Treaty in place to prevent that.Misato talks about having the power to destroy the world with four Evas under her command (in hindsight a nice bit of foreboding in relation to her power and role on Wunder).
Completely agree with you there and it is quite clear how the additions were for the benefit of EoE.I maintain that the original episodes 21, 22 and 23 lead to TV episodes 25 and 26, whereas the Director's Cuts of those lead to the film The End of Evangelion, as if they're on separate tracks.
To me, if you watch the Director's Cuts followed by TV 25 and 26, there are more things set up that are never followed up on. That's because the purpose of the Director's Cuts is to seed new elements that will become relevant in the film. The tone is also very different, I think, and flows nicely into EoE. By the same token, if you were to watch the original versions of that trio of episodes and then go to EoE, it wouldn't quite add up properly. For example, you'd be left wondering when it was that Lilith ever grew legs.
I think you'd be happier then with the new subs then as that translation of yours follows the current subs very closely.I can't help but notice how the ADV subtitles sometimes play fast and loose with the original script. Take the scene in episode 17 where Kaji halfheartedly flirts with Maya, for example: the subs have him taunt Misato with a bit of innuendo. "Who's under whom is none of your concern", they read. In the actual Japanese dialogue, all he says is "It's not your jurisdiction, is it, though?"
I had no idea and that's quite a significant change. The small amount of time taken to adjust, and reapply the facade for when she comes back out & also when Kaji turns up, makes all the difference in her appearing less callous about the whole experience as opposed to the implied comedic antipathy... That's a shame..In the Japanese dub, when Asuka turns and runs away after the kiss, we hear a barely audible gasp of anger. In ADV's dub, they anticipate the "gargling" sounds by having her let out a comedic bleeehhhhh! style sound, apparently missing the point that she is supposed to be almost speechless with anger and embarrassment.
Oh wow, really?that translation of yours follows the current subs very closely.
Heheh I wouldn't worry about it with me dude, I don't generally focus so much on the specifics as am very much of the thought that you feel Eva, not understand it. Something I was very much thinking during Rei's introspection/chat with the angel in episode 23, aided significantly by the phenomenal soundtrack (I so wish AL do a CD release in addition to that lovely vinyl! (And why not bundle it into the UE while you're at it hah?!) Surely by the logic of dvds being much cheaper/easier to produce than blu-rays, the same should be the case for CDs as opposed to vinyls?). I also recalled how episodes 23 & 24 are so packed and almost feel rushed. And the mental breakdown continues, onwards & downwards towards EoE!I accidentally typed "21, 22 and 23" instead of 21, 23 and 24 the second time that I mentioned them. Cue Fuyutsuki facepalm
God, yeah. Those end credits are something else. I mean, think, about that for a sec: how many end credit sequences in films are something that you actually remember? Maybe you remember a catchy music choice, but that's usually about it.I will actually always love this compilation for its beautiful end credits
|EVANGELION Cast||ADV Dub|
(End of Eva)
+ End of Eva)
|Amazon Prime Dub|
|Shinji Ikari||Spike Spencer||Spike Spencer||Casey Mongillo||Spike Spencer||Spike Spencer|
|Rei Ayanami||Amanda Winn Lee||Amanda Winn Lee||Ryan Bartley||Brina Palencia||Amanda Winn Lee|
|Asuka Langley Shikinami||Tiffany Grant||Tiffany Grant||Stephanie McKeon||Tiffany Grant||Tiffany Grant|
|Mari Illustrious Makinami||--||--||--||Trina Nishimura||Deneen Melody|
|Misato Katsuragi||Allison Keith||Allison Keith||Carrie Keranen||Allison Keith||Allison Keith|
|Ritsuko Akagi||Sue Ulu||Sue Ulu||Erica Lindbeck||Colleen Clinkenbeard||Mary Faber|
|Gendo Ikari||Tristan MacAvery|
|Tristan MacAvery||Ray Chase||John Swasey||John Swasey|
|Ryoji Kaji||Aaron Krohn||Aaron Krohn||Greg Chun||J. Michael Tatum||Sean Burgos|
|Kaworu Nagisa||Kyle Sturdivant|
|Aaron Krohn||Clifford Chapin||Jerry Jewell||Daman Mills|
Very true, every time I watch Death I have to remind myself that I don't have to swap over to EoE halfway through as per my first ever watch (which is clearly firmly ingrained in my brain!). But yeah, very impactful indeed and EoE is after all just one magnificent mindtrip. Watched it & then the original episodes 25&26 last night and despite how thematically the latter completes the story nicely, and positively, they didn't serve much as a balm to the disaster EoE wrecks at all heh. For this simpleton, Eva is the height of human artistic expression, with EoE its pinnacle. I can't wait for the final rebuild now, hoping for a gentler end for these characters who've been with us for a few decades.The end credits for Death(True)² are absolutely stirring, though. And then the way that you would go to the beginning of The End of Evangelion (via a short musical intermission) if you were watching the old Death & Rebirth version... Well, after the impactful brilliance of the credits, I began to wonder what I might've let myself in for. I mean, who can forget EoE's opening scenes? The mindtrip had already begun by that point, and there was no way out.