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Title I Shin Seiki Evangerion [3 Years After] -ANIMA-
Neon Genesis Evangelion [3 Years After] -ANIMA-
(新世紀エヴァンゲリオン [3 Years After] -ANIMA-)
Title II Neon Genesis EVANGELION [3 Years After] -ANIMA-
Second ANIMA Logo
The second logo for Neon Genesis Evangelion -ANIMA-
Light Novel
Genre Mecha, Psychological, Apocalyptic
Platform Dengeki Hobby Magazine
Written by Yamashita Ikuto, Utatane Hiroyuki, Takeru Kageyama
Release Date January 2008 -
Episodes 43

Neon Genesis EVANGELION [3 Years After] -ANIMA- (often simply shortened as Neon Genesis Evangelion -ANIMA- or Evangelion -ANIMA-) is a light novel currently being serialized in Dengeki Hobby Magazine. It is set in an alternate future of the Evangelion world in which the Human Instrumentality Project, seen in episodes 25 and 26 of the anime never happened (along with some plot changes such as Kaji not getting shot or Unit-00 being not completely destroyed).

Initial announcement was presented in the November 2007 issue, with a short introduction by and interview with Ikuto Yamashita in December 2007. First chapter was published in the January 2008 issue. The chapters are accompanied by numerous illustrations of the characters and many redesigned and upgraded Evas. On a side note, those designs use a lot of scrapped ideas from Neon Genesis Evangelion Proposal as well as "foreshadow" the Evangelion designs used for the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy.

ANIMA is advertised as "Ikuto Yamashita presents," and he is credited as the supervisor of the entire work, mecha designer, and illustrator. Character design and character illustrations are done by Hiroyuki Utatane, with coloring by Ryou Ramiya. Also features additional mechanical designs by Seiji Kio and in a few issues models built by some of the Dengeki Hobby modelers as well as Bandai prototypes. The Chōgōkin Super Evangelion toy was finally released in March 2010 after more than 2 years of development by Bandai and supervision by Yamashita.

In the June 2010 issue Dengeki Hobby Magazine the Neon Genesis Evangelion -ANIMA- Visual Book was announced for release in the summer. The August issue of the same magazine dated the book for July 24, 2010 release for 2,000 yen, subsequently delayed until August 11.

To commemorate the series' 10th anniversary, ANIMA received a full print volume release, split into two books. The books were released simultaneously in Japan on November 30th, 2017.[1][2][3]

First ANIMA Logo

The first logo for Neon Genesis Evangelion -ANIMA-


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