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A manga based on the series was published by Kodansha between 1997 and 2000, written by Kazuhiko Torishima and illustrated by Hiroki Suga. Two novels based on the series were also released, one in 1996 by Kodansha and the other in 1999 by Seven Seas Entertainment. Anno has stated that he had no involvement in the manga, but his name appears on the cover. A prose book titled Evangelion 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone by Junji Ito was released in Japan in October 1997. This is a novelization of an early script and is written from the point of view of Shinji Ikari. The book was later released in English in 1998 by Tokyopop.
A Neon Genesis Evangelion audio drama was released in Japanese by Frontier Works and in English by XSEED Games in 2005. The drama was composed by Takeo Yamashita and is directed by Kazuya Takanashi. A compilation of several soundtracks to Evangelion was released in 2006 by Frontier Works. The soundtrack compilation includes seventeen tracks, with music for each episode with an original soundtrack and arranged music for each part of the soundtrack.
The story of Evangelion has been the subject of reinterpretation and speculation. The series was initially praised by many for its fresh direction in animation, drawing, and storytelling. According to critics, the series' use of animation and the introduction of a female protagonist was groundbreaking. The series still receives positive comments on its quality of writing and storytelling, its cinematography, set design, sound design, animation, and music. However, not all critics were impressed, and there were also critics who believed that the story was overly complex, difficult to understand, and filled with plot holes. Anime historian and critic Michael Mills wrote that the series was simplistic and that the ideas of several religions were confused in the story. Mills also wrote that the overall message of the series was a criticism of religious fundamentalism. Mills later said that he changed his mind following the release of the Anno-directed The End of Evangelion.
In addition to the television series, a number of other anime and manga have been based on Evangelion, including the music videos Innocence and Inspire by Masami Okui, Kimi to Boku no You ni Mirai wo Suru by Hiroshi Koizumi, The 3rd Angel by Makoto Kobayashi, and Lifeline by Yoshikazu Takegami.
^ Goldsmith, Jonathan (1997). The Encyclopedia of Television. London: Cassell. p. 11. ISBN978-0-330-05983-5. The first broadcast of the anime series was on the Japanese television channel, Fuji Television, in March 1995. The series was then shown on the satellite channel Animax in the United States in October 1995. Evangelion was adapted from Gainax's Macross series, which had been broadcast in the United States by Toei Animation from 1978 to 1979.
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