Comment on Evangelion 1.11 Blu-ray Massively Remastered by Anonymous:

I can’t even afford to *pirate* the blu-ray discs, much less buy the retail lol

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  • Evangelion 1.11 Blu-ray Massively Remastered:
    Sorry, did you say something Gainax? We couldn’t hear you over the sound of all the different kinds of Rei and Asuka figures we produced and sold for big moneyz. -various figure corporations

  • Evangelion 1.11 Blu-ray Massively Remastered:
    Yeah, somehow in the cinema I thought it was awesome that you could almost only see the moving green glow-in-the-dark elements of Unit 01’s armor during the fight against Sachiel. I mean, both the sachiel fight and operation yashima are night scenes. I always thought they did it on purpose, if they wanted to make people see every detail they could have just addded in some searching-spotlights with their computer-software, probably a matter of minutes. But they did not so that they could later …

  • Evangelion 1.11 Blu-ray Massively Remastered:
    I bet in Japan there were people who watched it on television, then on vhs, then in the cinema (death and rebirth), then on laserdisc, then on dvd, then on dvd again (renewal/platinum/remastered), then in the cinema (1.00), then on DVD (1.01). Now they are going to watch it on bluray (1.11) again. For fun, you can also imagine them reading the recent manga chapters inbetween. Evangelion fans probably know the series better than the starwars fans know theirs in the US (although evangelion lacks …

  • Evangelion 1.11 Blu-ray Massively Remastered:
    Don’t forget the people who have watched the series first on VHS, then on DVD and then the platinum edition…

  • Evangelion 1.11 Blu-ray Massively Remastered:
    Hey, you just made me wonder whether the DVD version is also going to get the contrast fixes.

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