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Neon Genesis Evangelion Streaming On Netflix

Neon Genesis Evangelion Streaming On Netflix
Dawffyd
Author: Dawffyd

Wargamer. Anime fan. Giant robot enthusiast. Congenietal absorber of science fiction & fantasy. Dawfydd is most definitely too old for this ****, but see's no point in stopping now. If only he could cut down on his use of the words 'dude' and 'groovy' in everyday conversation...


Netflix have today made Neon Genesis Evangelion available for streaming in the UK. This release consists of the orginal 26 epissode TV series, as well as the movies Evangelion: Death (True) and End of Evangelion

All three are available in English dubbed or the original Japanese to suit your language preference.

This marks the first time that Eva has been available to legally watch in over a decade, as the home release rights have been up in the air since ADV bit the dust.

Evangelion is a certified classic of the giant robot genre - equally renowned and notorious - that is very much worth watching at least once, easiy to do now for the cost of your monthly Netflix subscription.

Just remember, don't jump straight to Death and End of. We did that to a friend of mine at university one weekend and left him to it. When we got back his brain had melted slightly...

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