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Welcome to the Neon Genesis Evangelion Fan-Geeks Project
For the fans, by the fans, this site is devoted to -- you guessed it! -- Evangelion in all its incarnations. The focus is on the original anime, Neon Genesis Evangelion, which has maintained a loyal base of devotees and continued to attract new fans since it originally debuted back in 1996. The "Evangelion: New Theatrical Edition" movies currently being produced are, naturally, of great interest as well, keeping the fans waiting with bated breath to see just what surprises Hideaki Anno and his Studio Khara will unleash on us next.
In these dark times, on an Internet where devoted Evangelion sites and fora are becoming increasingly sparse, EvaGeeks is intended to be an enduring sanctuary for the English-speaking fandom. In addition to an active forum and news page, we play host to an expanding collection of local content, much of it original, which you shall find below. EvaGeeks is, officially, the new incarnation of the Evangelion Commentary Project website, although, years later, much content still remains to be transferred over... (Heh.)
The Eva Wiki currently has 51,521 pages and 564 articles, with a total of 39,018 images.
Originally launched by Reichu and various other at AnimeNation years ago, only four episodes, the OP, and the ED were tackled before the project, rather sadly, went into limbo. In the time since, there have been many queries and concerns about the future of the commentary. Reichu is well known as a procrastinator of super-Sadamoto proportions, and no one else has stepped up to take her place as leader, ...until now! Episode 05 and Episode 06 was opened to comments and edited into the new commentary pages. Please take a look! We are also proud to announce that Episode 07 is open for comments. Those wishing to comment should leave their comments here.
Volunteers are free to recommend themselves. Probably the best way to do this is to get an account at the forum (which is a requisite to be an editor anyway) and post in the sign-up thread on the forums. This way, you won't have to deal with Reichu's typical flakiness, and there is a good chance that one of sysops will notice you. But, please, do not "volunteer" if you have no intention of actually contributing anything to the site aside from a user page. That's just lame.
Here are Some Pages You Should Know About (some needing work badly):
Also, some external links that will help Scribe-Minions on their arduous journeys. These really shouldn't be on the main page, but things being the mess they are...