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''Evangelion: Death and Rebirth'' (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン劇場版 シト新生, ''Shin Seiki Evangelion Gekijouban: Shi to Shinsei'') is the first ''Evangelion'' theatrical release. It is comprised of two parts, ''Death'' and ''Rebirth'' (see separate articles).  
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''Evangelion: Death and Rebirth'' (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン劇場版 シト新生, ''Shin Seiki Evangelion Gekijouban: Shi to Shinsei'') is the first ''Evangelion'' theatrical release. It is comprised of two parts, ''Death'' and ''Rebirth''.  
  
''Death and Rebirth'' is considered an obsolete entity. With the [[Renewal of Evangelion|Renewal]] release of the films, ''Rebirth'' is abandoned, and ''Death'' and ''[[The End of Evangelion]]'' are packaged together (''see'': [[Revival of Evangelion]]).  
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''Death and Rebirth'' is widely considered an obsolete entity. With the [[Renewal of Evangelion|Renewal]] release of the films, ''Rebirth'' is abandoned, and ''Death'' and ''[[The End of Evangelion]]'' are packaged together (''see'': [[Revival of Evangelion]]).  
  
 
==Death==
 
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''Main article: [[Evangelion: Rebirth]]''
 
''Main article: [[Evangelion: Rebirth]]''
  
The first 25 minutes of [[The End of Evangelion]].  Originally planned to be the whole film but was incomplete.
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The first 25 minutes of [[The End of Evangelion]].  Originally planned to be the whole film but was not completed on time.  
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 02:09, 4 June 2015

Evangelion: Death and Rebirth (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン劇場版 シト新生, Shin Seiki Evangelion Gekijouban: Shi to Shinsei) is the first Evangelion theatrical release. It is comprised of two parts, Death and Rebirth.

Death and Rebirth is widely considered an obsolete entity. With the Renewal release of the films, Rebirth is abandoned, and Death and The End of Evangelion are packaged together (see: Revival of Evangelion).

Death

Main article: Evangelion: Death

Compilation of the series into a 1 hour movie.

Rebirth

Main article: Evangelion: Rebirth

The first 25 minutes of The End of Evangelion. Originally planned to be the whole film but was not completed on time.

Notes

  • The film's Japanese title, シト新生 ("SHITO shinsei"), can be read two different ways due to the utilization of katakana for the first half. 新生, "shinsei", means "rebirth". SHITO could be 死と ("shi to"), "death and", as per the English title. However, SHITO is also 使徒 ("shito"), what the Angels are called in Japanese (literally "apostle").