Evangelion might be bidding farewell with its last movie but good news for us fans – this is not the end of our favorite mecha franchise.
Various authors have made their own renditions to the already popular Neon Genesis series, but now with the final movie Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time out in theaters soon, fans are once again trying to find ways to connect with the franchise.
Evangelion has produced waves of alternate timeline stories, anime and even games. Now, with the final chapter set in motion, the producers are likely to keep the Evangelion streak going with new content soon.
Evangelion will likely make a comeback with a new manga spin-off inspired by the tetralogy movies. Fans also have high hopes for some new RPG game content.
Super Robot Wars, the famous RPG crossover game is famous for including fascinating Evangelion content every time a new movie drops. So, the game is most likely going to have something related to Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time in it.
Manga spin-offs like Neon Genesis Evangelion: Campus Apocalypse and Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shinji Ikari Raising Project have already made a good impact to the Evangelion fandom.
We won’t be surprised if the producers decide to dedicate an exclusive spin-off to the final movie that is set to be released on January 23.
Other content like light novels, exclusive merchandises and even Evangelion related food products have a big impact on the franchise and clearly is not in the process of seeing the end.
Even if the franchise is not revived after the final movie, we fans are surely not going to forget Evangelion any time soon!
About Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion is a Japanese anime television series produced by Gainax and Tatsunoko Production. It was directed by Hideaki Anno and broadcast on TV Tokyo from October 1995 to March 1996.
This series revolves around Shinji Ikari, who was recruited by his father to battle giant monsters (called Angels) in enormous mecha suits (called Evangelion).
Shinji has a hard time bearing this responsibility, and his inner conflict about these events leads to introspective episodes covering a range of religious and existential questions.