Evangelion on Amazon Prime: What Rebuild is About and How It Joins the 1995 Anime

Rebuild of Evangelion explained | Like every month, Amazon Prime Video presents its new releases and August it is special for anime lovers. With more than one story that is sure to catch viewers, among its most anticipated releases is undoubtedly the complete Rebuild saga of Evangelion.

Recall that in 2020, Amazon announced that the Evangelion films would arrive in its catalog, news that moved the followers of the iconic story. Dated to be available last January, their release was delayed, but they are finally available.

Complete Rebuild of Evangelion Guide

First of all, we must remember that the franchise, which began in 1995, is set in a post-apocalyptic Earth that follows the conflict between the Evangelion, humanoid weapons, and the Angels, beings of unknown origin that seek to destroy the remnants of the human race.

Now, Evangelion entered a new era with Studio Khara’s cinematic tetralogy, Rebuild, which hit the market in 2007. The order of the movies is as follows:

  • Evangelion: 1.0 You are (not) alone – estrenada en 2007
  • Evangelion: 2.0 You can (not) advance – estrenada en 2009
  • Evangelion: 3.0 You can (not) redo – estrenada en 2012
  • Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 – released in 2021.

In simple words, Rebuild is a retelling of the original story of the anime, although as they have progressed, they have deviated from said plot.

Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 Trailer

What is Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 about?

Shinji Ikari is still adrift after losing his will to live, but the place he arrives teaches him what hope means. Finally, the Instrumentality Project gets underway and WILLE, an organization that serves as an opposition force to NERV, makes one last, grueling effort for humanity to survive.

How to watch Evangelion in order?

  • See the Neon Genesis Evangelion series from chapter 1 to 24 (Netflix)
  • See Evangelion death and rebirth (On Netflix under the name Evangelion death (true) 2).
  • Watch The end of Evangelion until the time indicates 1 hour 18 minutes and 30 seconds (using the Netflix player).
  • Go back to the anime and watch chapters 25 and 26.
  • Finally, finish watching the movie The end of Evangelion.
  • Rebuild of Evangelion: It is described by the creators of the saga as a path to history for new fans. It is now available on Amazon.

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The Chapter 19 of Tokyo revengers It will premiere in Japan this Saturday, August 14, 2021 at 5.30 am (Peru). In addition, at the same time and day, it can be viewed through the website of Crunchyroll. Here are the countries with their respective release dates:

  • Central America (except Panama): Saturday, August 14 at 4.30 am
  • Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador and Panama: Saturday, August 14 at 5.30 am
  • Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Venezuela, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico: Saturday, August 14 at 6.30 am
  • Argentina and Uruguay: Saturday, August 14 at 7.30 am

The production of the first season of the anime is in charge of the director Koichi Hatsumi, who has previously worked on series like Blue exorcist: Kyoto saga at Liden Films studios. For his part, Yasuyuki Muto is in charge of the scripts for this story. The new character designs are under the responsibility of cartoonist Keiko Ota, known for having worked at Ace attorney.