From Funimation: "Tokyo-3 still stands after most of civilization was decimated in the Second Impact. Now the city endures the ceaseless onslaught of the deadly Angels, bizarre creatures bent on eradicating the human race. To combat this strange and ruthless enemy, the government agency NERV constructs a fleet of towering humanoid machines the Evas and Shinji Ikari is called into action, reluctantly taking his place at the controls of Eva Unit 01."
It looks like a repackaging of the show, which I loved. I just hope that when the cycle is completed that it'll have an ending that makes sense. (Or would that diminish the mystique?)
Gargoyle operative Doctor Botanus arrives on Earth with the fossil of an ancient space plant. Under orders from Emperor Guillotine, the evil doctor kidnaps a respected botanist and commands him to bring the seed back to life. When the scientist refuses, Doctor Botanus performs an operation on the man's brain -- which enslaves him. Now under the doctor's control, the botanist goes to work. The fossil breaks into two and a small black bud starts to grow ...
The supersonic beast Rodan was unleashed on the world in 1956's Rodan (Toho Studios). Like studiomates Godzilla and Anguirus (Godzilla Raids Again), it was imagined as a type of prehistoric reptile mutated by radiation; the Japanese name for the monster, "Radon," is both a shortened version of "pteranodon" as well as suggesting its radioactive origins. Following the events of the original film, Rodan reappeared in several Godzilla films, as both ally and enemy.
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