Good morning. I am a HAL 14000 series computer, production number
1H00714. I first became operational at the HAL plant in Urbana,
Illinois, on August 14, 1999. I've been instructed to inform you of
the following items:
- This series is the Eyrie Productions interpretation of the setting
and key characters from Gainax's seminal anime series Neon Genesis
Evangelion, not a straightforward Evangelion fanfic. It
conforms to the precise plot or development directions of neither the
anime nor manga versions of the original series, and should not be
expected to do so. Instead it follows a divergent path with a
completely different base cosmology, and should be considered a rather
distant parallel universe.
- With the April 1, 2000 release of Exodus 3:9 - The
Blood-Dimmed Tide, the regular series is complete. Further
updates to this page will consist solely of maintenance items and
possible regular-series-related special items.
- Following the highly successful regular series, the production
crew embarked on an extremely ambitious three-year production of a
special "motion picture" to tie up loose ends and bring the story of
Neon Exodus Evangelion to its full and final conclusion.
Neon Exodus Evangelion The Motion Picture: Apotheosis Now was
released at 18:00 EDT on Friday, May 16, 2003; the link to its special
subpage is below the listing of the regular series episodes. For best
viewing results, the series should be read in production order, with
the movie last.
- This page was last updated on Friday, May 16, 2003.
Thank you. Please enjoy your stay.
- Continuity/Image Art:
- Meta-Continuity/NXE Bonus Theater!! Art:
- Fan Art:
- An untitled piece by Nathania Hallington. I dunno about
that vest DJ's wearing, and they're a little less manga-style than I
usually envision them, but I think this is pretty darn good!
- The Children of Exodus, by
- Another untitled piece, this one by
(Wow! International fanart. Between this and the German-language
tips I've received from German fans, I'm getting a serious worldwide
vibe on this project.)
- Rachael Mayo's
interpretation of the Cherub Reilael, Friend of Destiny.
version 3.3 © 2001
E P U (Colour)