Here’s another officially licensed Evangelion Racing toy car following the Jam Corp model we saw in August. This time, it is Takara Tomy’s Tomica turn to put the EVA racing colors on its die-cast car.
Last year’s Evangelion x G-Shock watch was a bit of a letdown, IMHO. Because it was inspired by the iconic EVA Unit-01 and yet, it isn’t dressed in all-purple as it should. However, there is another Evangelion collaboration this year that is more recognizable.
In Japan, there’s an anime that has bullet trains transforming into giant Shinkalion x Evangelion Crossover Anime Japanrobots. No. It is not Transformers or Diaclone. But it does have something in common with Transformers and Diaclone; they are properties of Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy.
That’s right, folks. There are more Evangelion-themed work tools. Joining the myriad of functional tools, which include hand tools, Dremel-like power tools, are the A.T. Field x Hakko Dial-type Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron and A.T. Field x Olfa Cutter NERV Model and A.T. Field x Olfa Cutter Mat A3 NERV Model.
It was a major bummer that limited 5,000 sets of the Neon Genesis Evangelion Ultimate Edition were snapped up in a jiffy. It is now clear that 5,000 sets are not all GKids have prepared. There are more, though, it won’t pack as many goodies as the US$274.99 set.
If you haven’t already heard, Evangelion has its own motorsport team that has the Audi R8 LMS GT4 race car joining the team just last year. You can have a piece of it (the racing team), thanks to Japanese toymaker Jam Corp.’s new FUNBOO line of miniature toy cars.
The whole premise of Evangelion is a post-apocalypse world and as such, it is fitting to have merchandise that can be used in the desolated future. OK. Perhaps the AT Field Key Tool will not help you to survive the doomsday, but it is a cool thing to collect that is also useful for tightening …
It looks like there are more than enough fans of Neon Genesis Evangelion in North America because pre-orders for the Neon Genesis Evangelion Ultimate Edition, a Blu-ray collection of the original 26-episode series, and the two follow-up films, are already sold out.
Remember the super geeky, super cool PCB Art Light Up Ultraman iPhone Case? Well, the company behind it, Electronic Technology Sale Co., has just revealed a line of Evangelion version. While Evangelion version isn’t new, what’s new is, the new collection is designed for the iPhone 12 and along with it, a new PCB Art …
Plastic model kit of animal is in itself pretty unusual (read: weird), let alone one that is Evangelion-themed. That’s right. Plastic model kit is not just about military hardware, aircraft, characters and vehicles; it also has the animal kingdom covered and also yes, there is actually Evangelion Crayfish aka crawfish model kit too.