[DOUJINSHI] Re-Take

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Postby ElMariachi » Mon Jul 30, 2018 3:08 pm

View Original PostSailor Star Dust wrote:I think it took place with the "alternate world" Asuka and Shinji, now in high school. I guess we'll see where this goes, assuming there's more volumes on the way.

It's clearly in the reset world at the end of Sadamoto's manga, the petrified remains of the MP-EVAs are a dead giveaway.

I only heard that there was a new Re-Take a few days ago, the last page with
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punished Shinji
completely cracked me up! :hitthetable:
Since there seems to still have this whole multiversal mumbo-jumbo, I really want this character to meet Q!Asuka, that would be epic!

I wonder if manga!Shinji will continue to be the protagonist
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since all his friends died in a couple page, or if he was a decoy protagonist and the real one is punished Shinji. (and I really want to see the timeline from which he comes from)
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Postby Ambiant23 » Sun Aug 19, 2018 7:08 pm

You know I might be mistaken. It must have been a typo form where I got that info

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Postby Sailor Star Dust » Fri Feb 01, 2019 1:51 pm

View Original PostElMariachi wrote:It's clearly in the reset world at the end of Sadamoto's manga, the petrified remains of the MP-EVAs are a dead giveaway.


Yeah, that's exactly the world "alternate AsuShin" are from (lots of little clues throughout the ReTake volumes). Ours (bitter Asuka with Shinji) come from the EoE timeline (e.g. the little girl returning from the LCL Sea as hope that humanity will come back).

I've heard there have been one or two more volume updates since last year (makes sense with the various doujin events), I guess this is a brand new series happening now.
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Postby silvermoonlight » Fri Feb 01, 2019 3:59 pm

View Original PostSailor Star Dust wrote:Yeah, that's exactly the world "alternate AsuShin" are from (lots of little clues throughout the ReTake volumes). Ours (bitter Asuka with Shinji) come from the EoE timeline (e.g. the little girl returning from the LCL Sea as hope that humanity will come back).

I've heard there have been one or two more volume updates since last year (makes sense with the various doujin events), I guess this is a brand new series happening now.


I heard somewhere that the young girl could be young Misato or Shinji/Asuka's daughter from retake. The one who became godly who says I'll meet you again someday.
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Postby FelipeFritschF » Mon Jun 24, 2019 9:14 pm

Does any have any idea if the new volume for Re-Take Kai has been released at Comiket or such? The first three ones showed up on Western sites and were even translated super fast.

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Postby Hopelessromantic » Wed Jun 17, 2020 7:52 pm

In a previous thread, I stated how the End of Evangelion traumatized me emotionally to the point of suicide. thread/20108/End-of-Evangelion-Traumatized-Me/

Upon discovering and reading Re-Take, I found enormous mental relief. In my personal opinion, what makes this manga special to me is thats it’s self aware that it’s an alternative ending. Asuka explained to God that during the third impact, alternative universes were created, all pleasant to Shinji, who critics and audiences claim to represent the audience. This made me think I’d it really mattered to me whether the majority of Otaku’s considered End of Evangelion the true ending. I realized it didn’t, because End of Evangelion is just a valid and canon ending as the original two episodes and other alternative endings, because they are all possible as well. This concept reinforced the fact that End of Evangelion, no matter how nihilistic or brutal it may be, is just one ending out of many. It also helped me recognize that walking down an canonical path was also walking a self-absorbent path. When I read the finale, where Asuka and Shinji we’re back to where they started, I asked myself, “If I were Shinji, would I be better of where I started having leant nothing, yet succeeded where I originally failed, or would I be better off having learnt in spite of the colossal errors which I have doomed the world to?” This opened up a new light and a new appreciation for both Re-take and End of Evangelion. To me, this comic succeeded where End of Evangelion failed. This comic taught me to not let the trauma of End of Evangelion hold me back from creating a brighter future for myself.


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