sábado, abril 05, 2008
Wired was likely the only major magazine to spotlight Studio Gainax before it unveiled the biggest anime phenom of the '90s. In his April 1995 profile of the company, Andrew Leonard casually mentioned that Gainax's star animator was at work on a "new giant-robot TV series." That show, Neon Genesis Evangelion — Eva to its legion of fans — would do for anime in Japan what The X-Files did for cult sci-fi in America. Check out its ever-expanding cultural influence.