I posted my twenty-eighth review today! My English copy of Side A
hasn't arrived yet, so instead today's review is for Groundwork of Evangelion Vol.3
. This book features production sketches from episodes 20 to 26 of the TV series, including some stuff from the Directors' Cut versions. This is a nice book for people who are interested in how animation is made!
Moving on to replies...AR-99
: Thank you for the advice! That's very reassuring to know!Bagheera
: I'm glad those orders arrived so quickly for you! I hope you enjoy 2015
, and thanks for letting us know about what the encyclopedia is like.
Also, thanks again to everyone who has contributed feedback, questions, or other discussion to this thread. It's really fun and encouraging to see so much conversation about Evangelion books. NEW POST
Augh... Okay, so in addition to this week being pretty crazy in terms of real life stuff, today I just received an e-mail saying that something went wrong with my order of The Essential Evangelion Chronicle: Side A
, meaning that I still can't review the English version of the book. Sorry for the delay, folks! To make up for it, I am currently scrambling to put together a different Evangelion book review... in fact, not just one review, but two
reviews! One of these books is a new interactive e-book that just came out this month, with videos and other cool stuff, so I hope you'll enjoy it. Stay tuned!***NEWER POST (May 30, 2015)***
As promised, today I have updated with not just one new book review, but two
new reviews! One of them is an interactive e-book that just came out a few weeks ago. It's really fun to use! I hope you enjoy the new reviews...
For my twenty-ninth review, I did Groundwork of Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo #01
, which focuses on production sketches and animation key frames for the first half of the Evangelion: 3.0 movie.
For my thirtieth review, I did E-SAKUGA Evangelion: 3.0 #1
, which also focuses on production sketches and animation key frames for the first half of the Evangelion: 3.0 movie, but it's an interactive e-book with videos and other cool features. Awesome!
Feedback is appreciated, and if you have any questions, feel free to ask!