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Neon Genesis Evangelion: V.3 Collection 0:3 (ep.9-11)

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  • Actors: Megumi Ogata, Megumi Hayashibara, Kotono Mitsuishi, Spike Spencer, Allison Keith
  • Directors: Hiroyuki Ishidô, Kazuya Tsurumaki, Keiichi Sugiyama, Masahiko Ôtsuka, Masayuki
  • Format: Animated, Color, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: ADV Films
  • Release Date: Jan. 23 2001
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000056MMB
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #95,841 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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It's triple jeopardy as the Angels continue to attack and the forces of NERV are finding themselves sorely pressed to find new ways to combat the alien invaders. Facing a new Angel with the ability to instantly replicate itself poses problems enough, but when an unborn Angel is found incubating inside an active volcano, the decision is made to meet the devil in it's lair! Can even an Evangelion survive mortal combat beneath a million tons of molten lava? Then NERV is left defenseless as a major power failure cripples Tokyo 3 and Shinji, Asuka and Rei must find their way through an underground labyrinth to the Eva's subterranean launch bays. But even if they get there, will they still be able to launch?


Brash new Eva pilot Asuka seems to take a sadistic pleasure in deriding shy, melancholy Shinji. When the two of them are required to fight as a unit to destroy an invading Angel, she moves in with Shinji and Misato, complaining all the way. After practicing to music, they win the battle with a mecha version of a rhythmic gymnastics routine. Asuka volunteers to take her Eva into an active volcano to capture an Angel in its chrysalis stage; she's nearly killed when it escapes and has to be rescued by Shinji. After the volcano adventure, the pilots and Misato take a well-earned rest at a hot springs, where Shinji discovers the principal of thermal expansion can have embarrassing personal applications. Asuka also insults Rei, but all three pilots have to work together to defeat a huge, spidery Angel that secretes a corrosive acid in episode 11, "In the Still Darkness." A mysterious power failure that occurs during the Angel attack points to the actions of Shinji's father, Commander Ikari, who ruthlessly pursues his private agenda. All three episodes display the strong storytelling that has made Evangelion one of the most popular anime series. Not rated; suitable for ages 14 and up for robot versus robot violence, brief nudity, and minor profanity. --Charles Solomon

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This was my favorite DVD until I reached 0:5, mainly becuase it made me feel even more sorry for Shinji. The next Angel appears but it has two "hearts" so Shinji and Asuka must learn to fight as one to defeat both cores at once. This means both children have to SLEEP TOGETHER (what could happen there?) and wear tanktops and possibly short-shorts (I'm not sure on that)! They defeat it eventually with their combined strength but the action doesn't end there (nor does the comedy)!
In the next episode, Asuka is refused permission to go to Okinawa with her class by Misato. Asuka, throughly ticked off, feels she isn't treated right. In a pool, Shinji tries to understand physics. Asuka gives him a college crash-course (seeing how she finished college that year) which is actually a lesson on how when an object is heated, it gets bigger. (...)
During the rest of the episode, Asuka has to defeat an Angel in a volcano and in the third episode, all three Children have to defeat an acid-emiiting Angel above NERV HQ.
In all: this is the continued standard of the first two and doesn't lessen their quality at all. Extras still suck but that's enough to put up with when you're watching the Best Anime in My Humble Opinion!
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On this third collection of Evangelion (episodes 9 through 11), Asuka commands most of the attention. Which is no surprise, considering that the young woman from Germany is still looking to prove she is the best of the three pilots. Her interplay with Shinji and Rei shows that her overweening pride is simply a mask to hide deeper insecurities, yet her fierce bravery is undeniable in these episodes.
The first of the three tales finds Asuka and Shinji pitted against an Angel (Israphel) who can magically duplicate itself when it is under attack. After a failed first effort, the two EVA pilots must learn to coordinate their efforts perfectly. Considering how little they like each other this may be harder than destroying the Angel. It certainly is funnier.
Next, NERV scientists discover an Angel embryo (Sandalphon) deep in the lava of an active volcano. Asuka, deprived of a chance to go on a class trip, is determined to destroy it on her own... If she can just get over the embarrassment of her special heat-resistant suit. Misato's determination puts Asuka in severe danger and the outcome is in doubt to the very end.
The final episode finds NERV headquarters in darkness due to human sabotage. Without power, Shinji, Asuka, and Rei must break into NERV to get to the EVAs before they can face an acid wielding Angel (Matriel) determined to liquefy Tokyo-3.
These episodes show the EVA pilots at their best and their worst. We do get a tiny glimpse of whatever it is that motivates Asuka's abrasive bravado, and how this balances and contrasts with Rei's calm acceptance and willingness to do whatever is needed. Poor Shinji, cursed with a brilliant but cold and distant father finds himself attracted and bewildered by both. Writer/director Hidako Anno again uses short glimpses, rather than long exposition to build interest. This enables him to accomplish a great deal of layering of story, development and symbol in the sparse context of the Anime medium.
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I'm going to make this review in my language: Dejenme decirles que me gustaron muchos los 3 episodios, especialmente el episodio 11, ¿por qué digo esto?, primero porque se las ingeniaron muy bien para sobrevivir el ataque del angel sin luz eléctrica, teniendo tanta tecnología y no poder usarla simplemente porque dependemos de la energía eléctrica. Asuka como siempre se quiere lucir y despues no acepta el haberse equivocado, ya nada mas cuando se ven encerrados en un callejon sin salida Rei toma el mando y llegan a su destino(desde un principio hubieran hecho eso). Pero bueno, despues preparan los Evas manualmente, ¿se imaginan hacer todas las preparaciones manualmente? lo bueno es que tienen un motor diesel, despues de sudar un rato y localizar al angel asuka decide colocarse como escudo humano para debilitar el escudo AT, Rei le da el arma a Keichi y el se encarga de dispararle al angel para así darle su merecido. Lo único que me hubiera gustado es que Misato les hubiera comprado el Filete que les prometió. Espero que les haya gustado mi mini-relato.
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Hey, lookin' for the continuation of the best anime series of all time? Well, I was, and I wasn't disappointed! Collection 03 of Evangelion is much lighter and fun than the rest of the series, and I think that's important for those of us who're kinda weirded out by the deep messages in Evangelion, which had the potential to be a REAL slug-fest. This DVD ALMOST lived up to the slugfest potential, and treats us to a dance-like fight scene where Shinji and Asuka work together!! (Never thought you'd see that, eh?) A little of Asuka's past is explained, but not too much. It's not a meaningful DVD, but the characters really develope their relationships. The jealousy Asuka has for Rei steadily climbs. On the lighter side, Asuka moves in with Shinji, and a bit of humor ensues. Asuka sleepwalks, and the results mess with Shinji's head - mentally and by Asuka's abuse! As for action, there's an Angel battle in all three episodes on this DVD! These're definetley the best battle scenes so far. Eva fans and non-Eva fans alike will all enjoy this DVD!
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