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Azuma, Hiroki. "Anime or Something Like It: Neon genesis evangelion." InterCommunication (1996).   
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Broderick, Mick. "Anime’s Apocalypse: neon genesis evangelion as millennarian mecha." Intersections 7 2002. Accessed 18 Apr. 2011. <http://intersections.an ... 7/broderick_review.html>.   
Added by: joachim 4/18/11, 5:49 PM
Cavallaro, Dani. Anime Intersections: Tradition and innovation in theme and technique. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2007.   
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Cavallaro, Dani. The Art of Studio Gainax: Experimentation, style and innovation at the leading edge of anime. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2009.   
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Gariglio, Stefano. "Neon Genesis Evangelion e la nuova animazione seriale giapponese." Tesi datt. Universita degli studi, 2003.   
Added by: joachim 8/29/11, 1:37 AM
Garnar, Andrew Wells. "It’s the End of the Species as We Know It, and I Feel Anxious." Anime and Philosophy. Wide Eyed Wonder. Eds. Josef Steiff and Tristan D. Tamplin. Popular Culture and Philosophy. Chicago: Open Court, 2010. 287–99.   
Added by: joachim 8/12/11, 5:40 PM
Gwynne, Joel. "Warrior of Love: Japanese girlhood’s postfeminist asian body in cutie honey (hideaki anno, 2004)." International Cinema and the Girl. Local Issues, Transnational Contexts. Eds. Fiona Handyside and Kate Taylor-Jones. Global Cinema. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 49–60.   
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Kraemer, Christine Hoff. "The Creative Apocalypse: Post-wwii narratives of death, rebirth, and transformation." Thesis B.A. Univ. of Texas, 2000.   
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Malone, Paul M. "My Own Private Apocalypse: Shinji ikari as schreberian paranoid superhero in hideaki anno’s neon genesis evangelion." Super/Heroes. From Hercules to Superman. Eds. Wendy Haslem, Angela Ndalianis and Chris Mackie. Washington: New Academia Publishing, 2007. 111–26.   
Added by: joachim 10/28/11, 3:11 PM
Napier, Susan J. "When the Machines Stop: Fantasy, reality, and terminal identity in neon genesis evangelion and serial experiments lain." Science Fiction Studies 29. (2002): 418–35.   
Added by: joachim 8/28/11, 4:29 PM
Napier, Susan J. "When the Machines Stop: Fantasy, reality, and terminal identity in neon genesis evangelion and serial experiments: lain." Robot Ghosts and Wired Dreams. Japanese Science Fiction from Origins to Anime. Eds. Christopher Bolton, Istvan Csicsery-Rony Jr. and Takayuki Tatsumi. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2007. 101–22.   
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Redmond, Dennis. "Anime and East Asian Culture: Neon Genesis Evangelion." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 24. (2006): 183–88.   
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Routt, William D. "Stillness and Style in ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’." Animation Journal 9. (2000): 28–43.   
Last edited by: joachim 8/29/11, 2:22 AM
Ruh, Brian. "Producing Transnational Cult Media: neon genesis evangelion and ghost in the shell in circulation." Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media 5 2013. Accessed 1 Jul. 2016. <https://intensitiescult ... rculation-brian-ruh.pdf>.   
Added by: joachim 7/1/16, 9:48 AM
Suvilay, Bounthavy. "Jules Verne au pays du manga." Belphégor 6. 2 2007. Accessed 14 Feb. 2013. <http://dalspace.library.dal.ca/handle/10222/47744>.   
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Thouny, Christophe. "Waiting for the Messiah: The becoming-myth of evangelion and densha otoko." Mechademia 4. (2009): 111–29.   
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