Remember the range of A.T. Field by Workson Evangelion-inspired work tools? Well, there is one more to add to the list. Joining the collection is a Dremel-like handheld power tool designed for scale modeling sanding from Kakuri Sangyo Co., Ltd. (as with the previous tools which we failed to mention).
In addition to the Ultraman and Monsters Uniqlo Graphic T-shirt Collection from the Uniqlo 2020 Spring/Summer drop, two new collaborations were announced by Uniqlo. The first is the Evangelion x UT Graphic T-Shirt Collection and the second is the UT Gunpla 40th Uniqlo Collection.
Remember the official Evangelion Motorsports Team we read about two years ago? Well, they will be joined by another Evangelion-themed racing car developed by Jammy Co., Ltd. that features a fantastic A.T. Field livery.
Here’s a collection of Evangelion-themed Workson A.T. Field work tools for the hardcore fans of the cult anime serious. Like, you have to be super serious because, they ain’t cheap. But more on that in a jiffy.
The promotion for the long awaited new Evangelion movie has been nothing short of relentless. There’s a bunch of them, including canned coffee, turning a resort town into Tokyo-3, apparels for ladies, a new mobile game, and more. And now even Curry House CoCo Ichibanya is on the Evangelion hype train.
What has Honda Civic has to do with Neon Genesis Evangelion? As far as we know, there’s no relation. But that does not stop the Japanese automaker from getting into a collaboration with the cult anime franchise.
The Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 hype train is coming on strong in Japan. Following a bunch of collaborations, including Evangelion UCC canned milk coffee, turning a resort town into Tokyo-3, Bluetooth controller Evangelion mobile game, and more, is a collaboration with Japanese ladies’ street wear brand, X-girl.
Ueshima Coffee Co., or better known as UCC, is the pioneer of canned coffee with milk (that was 1969, btw). The company’s canned milk coffee rose to fame among anime fans when it appeared in 1995’s Neon Genesis Evangelion and subsequently in 1997’s Evangelion feature film, The End of Evangelion.
If you are one of the super fans of Evangelion who have previously made “pilgrimages” to the City of Hakone in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, where the fortified Tokyo-3 was set, well, we have good and bad news.
Good news, fans of Evangelion! Not only there’s going to be an official Evangelion mobile game, dubbed Evangelion Battlefields, there will be some pretty sweet companion hardware for the game from Takara Tomy Arts.