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Shin Seiki Evangerion

In the last two episodes (the second set in 2016), Gendo and Rei initiate the Human Instrumentality Project, forcing several characters (especially Shinji[3]) to face their doubts and fears and examine their self-worth, with sequences that "suggest animated schizophrenia".[4] This ending was made up of flashbacks, sketchy artwork, and flashing text "over a montage of bleak visuals, that include black and white photos of desolate urban motifs such as a riderless bicycle or vacant park benches interspersed with graphic stills of the devastated NERV headquarters in which Shinji's colleagues are seen as bloodstained bodies",[5] and a brief interlude depicting an "alternate" Evangelion universe with the same characters but apparently in the high school comedy genre, eventually seems to depict Shinji concluding that life could be worth living and that he did not need to pilot an Eva to justify his existence; he is then surrounded by most of the cast, clapping and congratulating him. The introduction implies that this same process took place for everyone.

Shin Seiki Evangerion

The design and personality traits of the character Rei Ayanami were reused for many anime and manga characters of the late 1990s, such as Ruri Hoshino of Nadesico, Ruriko Tsukushima (The Droplet),[241] Miharu (Gasaraki),[242] Anthy Himemiya (Revolutionary Girl Utena), and Lain Iwakura (Serial Experiments Lain).[243] The character of Asuka was parodied by Excel (Excel Saga),[244] and some of her traits were used to create the character of Mai in Gunparade March.[245] According to Italian critic Guido Tavassi, Evangelion's mecha design, characterized by a greater resemblance to the human figure, and the abstract designs of the Angels, also had a significant impact on the designs of future anime productions.[246] Nobuhiro Watsuki designed several characters for Rurouni Kenshin based on characters from Neon Genesis Evangelion, namely Uonuma Usui, Honjō Kamatari and Fuji.[247][248] Other artists have cited the series as an inspiration, including Makoto Shinkai[249] and Gege Akutami for their manga Jujutsu Kaisen.[250] In the aftermath of Evangelion, Anno reused stylistic conceits from the series in the live-action Love & Pop and the anime romance Kare Kano.[251] Neon Genesis Evangelion also influenced music artists, such as the British band Fightstar and its debut album, Grand Unification,[251] and the Japanese band Rey, which derived its name from the character of Rei Ayanami.[252]

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