[EVA] Gender analysis in the series, vis a vis Asuka and Misato
sun1jack at hotmail.com
Sun Dec 13 15:20:49 EST 2009
> I mean its a series who final, big message was "the world is real and thus has inherent value to it. No, it's not all subjectivity, as that is living in a world of fantasy"
That is merely your interpretation of Evangelion's ending.
The final message of End of EVA to me is "Life is painful, but worth it." while the final message of the TV show was "Life doesn't have to be painful." And other people have their own interpretations as well.
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