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Asuka Langley Soryu is the Second Child and pilot of EVA Unit-02. She's a child-prodigy who was raised from a young age to be an Eva pilot.
In the end, Rei saves Asuka by using the spear of Longinus against the angel. Asuka feels disgusted by this, saying she rather die than be saved by someone like her.
"Why are you there damn you?! You don't do anything! You won't help me! You won't even hold me! You're no one! No one! NO ONE! WHY WON'T YOU LOOK AT ME?!."
|Neon Genesis Evangelion (1994)|
Neon Genesis Evangelion is the first manga that was created as an adaptation of the original anime series. It was written and illustrated by the anime's character designer, Yoshiyuki Sadamoto. It began it's original serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's Weekly Shonen Ace magazine in December 1995. Asuka wouldn't appear until Chapter 20 in Volume 4, released in October 1997. Her appearance in the story was different than in the anime. Rather than on the aircraft carrier scene, Shinji meets if at an arcade in Japan and didn't know she was the new Eva pilot he was told about. Her background is changed to being test-tube baby. Her mother and father separated when she was little because they couldn’t have a baby, so Asuka’s mother decided to be artificially inseminated, resulting in her father being barely mentioned. Past some of these alterations, the main story of this series follows much of the original anime's story points and the film, End of Evangelion.
|Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days (2003-2005)|
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days. It was written and illustrated by Fumino Hayashi. The story continues the alternate reality that Shinji Ikari dreamed of in Neon Genesis Evangelion - Episode 26 , and also adapts story from the PS2 video game Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel 2nd. It's a six volume series that began publication in Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Asuka magazine in December 2003 . The final volume was published in December 17, 2005. In this version of the story, Asuka and Shinji are childhood friends who met because both their mother's work together. She hated Shinji's weakness but still fell in love with him. Misato is their homeroom teacher, and Rei is the new transfer student. The Evangelions and Angels are also part in the plot. The series is more of a romantic-comedy harem series that revolves around Shinji having to decide between Asuka or Rei. By the end, Shinji chooses Asuka over Rei.
|Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shinji Ikari Raising Project (2005)|
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shinji Ikari Raising Project. It was written and Illustrated by Takahashi Osamu. The publication first began in Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace magazine in June 2005. Though is shares the same name as one of the PC video games, much of the story is similar to the previous Angelic Days manga. Asuka and Shinji are childhood friends, Miasto is there teacher, and Asuka has a rivalry with Rei over the heart of Shinji. After it's discovered that Kaworu is a secret agent sent by SEELE to disrtub Shinji's relationship. She makes a pact with Rei to rescue Shinji from SEELE and Kaworu's plot.
|Neon Genesis Evangelion: Campus Apocalypse (2007) |
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Campus Apocalypse. It was written and illustrated by Ming Ming. It's a four volume series that began publication in Kodokawa Shoten's Monthly Asuka magazine between 2007 to 2009. This series is the most drastic remake of all the Evangelion- based mangas and tells a completely unique story.
|Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shinji Ikari's Detective Journal (2010) |
The fifth manga series based on Evangelion is titled Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shinji Ikalri's Detective Journal. It's written and illustrated by Takumi Yoshimura and the project is part of collaboration between GAINAX and Studio Khara. The publication first began in Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Asuka magazine on February 24, 2010. Little else is known about the story, other than that isn't based around Shinji Ikari as a detective. Asuka's role in the story has yet to be revealed.
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