I've never seen it but I like the character designs.
I've never seen it but I'm okay with the theme song.
Incidentally, how likely is it I would enjoy the show if I don't really care for mecha?
I'm sure you will like it. It's a far cry from the "traditional" mecha genre.
(And technically, EVAs aren't even mecha, are they?)
i havent watched it either
Though I am planning on seeing it at some point.
Well I like it…but then again I don't really like Mecha animé I've only got about two of them on my shelf this included.
Pretty fucking awesome though. Especially the Rebuild OVAs
really disappointed in the number of people saying they haven't seen it wow
It's alright. I'm disappointed in myself for not seeing it, along with multiple other animes on my to-watch list.
I know it's not technically Mecha, but it's placed in the same genre as which by a vast majority of people.
plus I don't really expect there to be a "godlike biomechanical being." wildcard board anytime soon.
>>89>> You'll get the same effect with better visuals and less time.
Well in regards to the first movie anyway. After that the two pretty much split ways. Also I'd just like to say for the record I'm no Eva guru so excuse my language and knowledge. I've seen the series once and the movie once. I think I was mostly referring to the first movie
There is a neet board though, which encompasses all kinds of anime
I-I wanted it to be in a wild card board.
It's a show where a bunch of emphasis is put on giant robots fighting stuff.
It belongs in mecha.
Might not be primarily mecha but it still belongs.
There's like one giant robot in the entire show, which goes haywire and starts a nuclear meltdown, ending up being destroyed the very same episode where we first hear about it
Hardly seems like mecha to me
Evas don't count why?
(also, mecha is not necessarily giant)