Michael Bay Rumor Confirmed False by Michael Bay

By Aaron Clark on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 in Live Action Evangelion, News, Rumors.

A rumor has been circulating for close to two months now, that Michael Bay wants to work on Live Action Evangelion, and insinuating that it would be his next project.  I never got around to posting about it because it was infuriatingly bogus, and I didn’t feel like I should have to write about what […]

Evangelion Kaibunsho

By Aaron Clark on Tuesday, September 19th, 2006 in Rumors.

Eva Otaku has posted this interesting bit of Evangelion lore known as Evangelion Kaibunsho. In a nutshell, it is a sort of tell all from a supposed anime industry dropout, exposing various secrets and details relevent to Evangelion and Gainax. Though it should be taken with a grain of salt, its certainly worth reading. Further […]

The Four Barons of Hell

By Aaron Clark on Saturday, December 10th, 2005 in Rumors.

While on Otaku Generation, I was reminded of the now (hopefully) firmly debunked notion of the Evangelions being based on the four “barons of hell”. For those of you not familiar with this, let me break it down for you. The idea is that there are four demons/devils in some Christian biblical/apocryphal text that are […]


By Aaron Clark on Monday, July 11th, 2005 in Rumors.

The rumor mill just dropped a hell of a bomb: EVA PREQUEL (maybe) IN THE WORKS! >According to inside information from a friend who has >direct dealings with Gainax, Gainax has drawn up plans >for an Eva prequel covering the pre-SI, SI, Gehirn, and >early NERV periods up to the start of the TV series. […]

Dreamwave Productions making Evangelion Comics?

By Aaron Clark on Wednesday, April 9th, 2003 in Rumors.

Something interesting that was brought to my attention, a blurb from the May issue of Wizard entitled “Dreamin Neon”. “A brand new comic book series based on the wildly popular Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise? In your dreams-Dreamwave, that is. The publisher is rumored to be working on a deal with ADV to produce the first-ever […]