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Neon Genesis Evangelion Collaborates With Honda

In an odd, however not utterly sudden flip of occasions, Neon Genesis Evangelion is holding a collaboration with Honda. A website has been opened with a March 31, 2020 reveal date set on the timer, however no additional data has been revealed as to what this collaboration will entail. Fans might want to preserve their eyes peeled over the subsequent few days to see what this crossover can have in retailer. [Thanks, Dengeki!]

Several collaboration movies have additionally been uploaded to the official Japanese Honda YouTube. Each of those movies options sequence protagonists Asuka Langley, Shinji Ikari, and Rey Ayanami. The Honda Civic Hatchback can also be proven in these movies, as it is a collaboration occasion in spite of everything. During this marketing campaign, collaboration particulars shall be revealed on the official web site and with the シン・アオヤマ作戦 and #シン・シビ hashtags. The collaboration web site additionally hyperlinks to the official Neon Genesis Evangelion website.

This collaboration comes just some months earlier than the discharge of Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0, or Shin Evangelion. The eagerly anticipated animated movie is scheduled to launch in Japan on June 27, 2020.

Neon Genesis Evangelion initially started its run in Japan in October 1995. Evangelion: Death (True)2, the edit of 1997’s Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth, appeared in 1998. The End of Evangelion appeared in 1997.

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