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Welcome to the Apocalypse
From the animators at Production IG (Ghosts In The Shell, Blood: The Last Vampire) and Studio GAINAX (The Wings Of The Honneamise) comes the first half of the sensational TWO-PART conclusion to the Neon Genesis Evangelion saga. Featuring groundbreaking animated action sequences and mind-blowing dramatic revelations, Death & Rebirth is truly a composition of epic proportions!
Neon Genesis Evangelion, is by none, one of Japans best Manga/Anime/Movie franchises.
I am a big fan of Mecha Anime, even though this series is a little different, as... Read more
If you've seen the show, do not and I repeat DO NOT buy this. I decided to give it two stars because I suppose it achieves its rather pointless purpose but also includes a nice... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Taylor
This package whould have been a masterpiece but it has one huge flaw , death and rebirth is horrible . However end of evangelion is a masterpiece so its worth just for that .Published 12 months ago by Lauri Oksanen
Excellent animation that concludes the saga on a suitably epic note. However, this is Eva, so the final conclusion brings not tragedy, not triumph, but a profound and vivid... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Psychman
My son loves all these type of dvd and has a hugh collection this is just one of them brilliantPublished on 22 May 2013 by emma
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death and Rebirth is, at best, a short recap of episodes 1-24 of the original TV series, and at worst an impossibly incoherent mess of scenes that mostly... Read morePublished on 31 July 2012 by Erin
Having never seen the critically acclaimed anime from which this is derived, I watched this film with the expectation of gaining some perspective with which to enjoy its... Read morePublished on 17 Mar. 2006 by L. Brennan
I personally thought that both movies were marvelously expressed and mind blowing from the very start to the end. Read morePublished on 9 Feb. 2006
Please watch the whole series first. Beleive me, its better this way. Finally released in a box set, with the much better US artwork (the UK releases art was poor in... Read morePublished on 27 Sept. 2005 by Gary Armstrong