Neon Genesis Evangelion Blu-ray releases, download version announced

Neon Genesis Evangelion’s launching Blu-ray release in The United States and Canada won’t simply be restricted to the expensive Ultimate Edition collection revealed previously this month. Supplier GKids is bringing Hideaki Anno’s prominent anime series to Blu-ray and digital formats in a less elegant kind later on this year, with a set of physical releases and a “download-to-own” release.

Gkids’ Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of Neon Genesis Evangelion will includes an 11-disc set (including the more recent “Official” dub and subtitled variation, along with the Traditional dub and subtitles) that likewise consists of a 40-page book, 7 hours of benefit functions (animatics, TELEVISION commercials, video, Japanese cast auditions, trailers), and 8 art cards. Neon Genesis Evangelion’s Collector’s Edition release consists of the 26-episode TELEVISION series and 2 follow-up movies, Evangelion: Death (Real)² and Completion of Evangelion.

Neon Genesis Evangelion’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray set
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A more barebones Blu-ray release of Neon Genesis Evangelion, called the Requirement Edition, will include a five-disc set including “the complete series,” plus more than 5 hours of benefit functions (animatics, TELEVISION commercials, video, and more). The Requirement Edition release gets here Nov. 9.

Digital variations of the initial 26-episode tv series, Evangelion: Death (Real)², and Completion of Evangelion will likewise be offered to acquire on Nov. 2.

Neon Genesis Evangelion’s Requirement Edition Blu-ray release
Image: khara/Project Eva/GKids

The Neon Genesis Evangelion Ultimate Edition box set is presently offered out through GKids’ online shop.

The initial TELEVISION series, Evangelion: Death (Real)², and Completion of Evangelion are presently offered to stream on Netflix. The Rebuild of Evangelion quadrilogy, consisting of the most current release, Evangelion 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time, are streaming through Amazon Prime Video.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.