To celebrate the 40th and 20th anniversary of the Sanyo Shinkansen and Neon Genesis Evangelion respectively, the West Japan Railway Company will be outfitting its 500 Series Shinkansen with an Eva inspired paint scheme. Starting in Autumn 2015 and running tunil March, 2017, the promotion will feature NGE inspired travel experience, events and memorabilia.
Hello Kitty and Evangelion are undertaking a new collaboration featuring, who else, but a plush Hello Kitty outfitted with EVA Unit-01’s armor. The plush can also sport dog tags (which are actually key chains) that feature Hello Kitty and Evangelion inspired designs. Due out in March, the new Evangelion Synchronized with Hello Kitty plush and key chain will be available through the Japanese department store ZOZOTOWN and will be priced at ¥2,100 / $24 and ¥1,050 / $12 each, respectively.
Medicom Toy will be releasing a brand new Be@rbrick set based on the 2009 anime movie, Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance. The two piece set features Be@rbricks based on pilot Kaworu Nagisa and the EVA Mark.06. The set is available on the Project 1/6 Store for ¥2,604, or roughly $32.50.
Source: Medicom Toy Blog
So you have decided that you want to build a mecha? Watched a little bit too much Gundam or Macross and just wished those darned mechanical monstrosities would come to life? If buying or building an actual mecha is not
realistic feasible, why not make your own model, perhaps out of a variety of plastic construction blocks and bricks? Building a mecha (or at least a scale model) can be quite practical and as simple as you want it with construction block sets. Lets take a look at a few different construction block kits that allow you to build your own mecha model below: Continue reading So You Want to Build A Mecha
After recently taking on the persona of Chun Li from Street Fighter, Hello Kitty is now taking on the roles of Rey Ayanami and Asuka Langley thanks to a new collaboration with the Neon Genesis Evangelion media franchise. Six different Hello Kitty x Evangelion variations are set to be available for only ¥200 a piece.
Source: Open The Toy
Inflatable horses are not the first thing that come to mind when thinking of a Sci-Fi anime, but the Rody may change your mind about that. Made by Gymnic in Italy, the Rody / Neon Genesis Evangelion mashup features an assortment of horses in a variety of color schemes from the anime franchise. While originally designed for the younger crowd, the Rody may be the closest one can get to piloting an EVA unit, at least for the time being.