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This story, in which the Human Instrumentality Project from episodes 25 and 26 of the anime production "Neon Genesis Evangelion" is never set in motion, is a work portraying a world where Shinji Ikari and the others greet an alternate future. (Source: Evageeks.org)
Neon Genesis Evangelion
In 1999, a meteorite crashed into Antarctica. The impact melted the continental ice mass and drastically raised sea levels, damaging the world's climate and causing the deaths of over half its population. Now in 2015, devastating creatures of unknown origin—referred to as "Angels"—ravage what remains of the planet. In the heavily fortified city of Tokyo-3, 14-year-old Shinji Ikari is destined to halt the Angels' onslaught. Recruited by his father's secret organization NERV, Shinji is enlisted as a pilot of an Evangelion, a massive bioorganic android created solely to defeat the Angels. Suddenly with the weight of the world upon his shoulders, Shinji must find the courage and drive to stand up for the future—and himself. But as skirmishes between the Evangelions and Angels become recurrent, the horrifying truth of the world is slowly revealed. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
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The series is the "first official super-deformed series" based on Neon Genesis Evangelion. The Gainax/Khara franchise spin-off spoofs the psychological science fiction drama by reimagining the characters as classmates in Tokyo-3's Nerv School, headed by Principal Gendou Ikari and Misato-sensei. The student body includes three different Rei "sisters," the EVA-01 mobile weapon reimagined as the school bully Evanchou, and the ill-fated Jet Alone robot as JA-ko, a "hidden character" in the form of a shy android girl.
Shinseiki Evangelion: Pikopiko Chuugakusei Densetsu
Mysterious invaders are threatening Earth...so recruit a group of elite schoolkids to play video games that secretly train them for the real fight that lies ahead! Does this plan sound familiar? Well, they'd better get a new plan, because the elite schoolkids are Shinji, Rei, Asuka, and Kaworu, and they're too busy playing games to ever get in the fricking robot! (Source: Dark Horse Comics)
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Campus Apocalypse
Many of the main characters from Neon Genesis Evangelion return, such as Shinji Ikari, Rei Ayanami (as Shinji's love interest), Kaworu Nagisa (displaying some feelings for Shinji), Asuka Langley Soryu, Toji Suzuhara, Misato Katsuragi (as Shinji's teacher, as in Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days), and Kensuke Aida. Yui Ikari is dead, as in the original series, and Gendo Ikari is abroad. Angels will play a role in the plot in human form, they can transfer from human to human.
Shinseiki Evangelion: Koutetsu no Girlfriend 2nd
Enjoying a peaceful life in New-Tokyo 3, high school student Shinji Ikari spends the days with his close-knit group of friends, consisting of his pushy childhood friend Asuka Langley Souryuu; slackers Toji Suzuhara and Kensuke Aida; student president Hikari Horaki; and the eloquent oddity Kaworu Nagisa. However, the arrival of bubbly transfer student Rei Ayanami shakes up the group's status quo, causing a web of love triangles, crushes, and confessions to come bursting forth. Yet the complex state of their relationships becomes the least of their worries when United Nations agency Nerv recruits them for experiments shrouded in mystery. As Nerv continues to impede on the students' lives, Shinji and his friends are set on an irreversible path, with their angelic days long behind them. An alternate retelling of a classic anime series, Shinseiki Evangelion: Koutetsu no Girlfriend 2nd reinvents these characters as normal students in a world vastly different from the one presented in Neon Genesis Evangelion. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Shinseiki Evangelion: Ikari Shinji Tantei Nikki
When even a tough dude like his school pal Toji is getting menaced by gangsters, a nice guy like Shinji Ikari feels obliged to seek out the local private eye, Ryoji Kaji, and his striking young assistant, Kaworu Nagisa. Somehow, though, Shinji gets drafted into solving the case himself, with Kaworu's help—although Kaworu quickly proves to be a mystery of his own... (Source: Dark Horse)