50 Anime References You May Have Missed
Or by picking up artworks online and then using them when drawing digitally. In this short gag anime about a pretty office lady who’s married to an otaku, there’s a lot of references to pop culture and other anime. In episode 10, while discussing naming children & not naming them after pop culture, Hajime does a Gendo Pose and utters the line about naming their child “Shinji” if it’s a boy and “Rei” if it’s a girl. Then he notes that his wife’s name is “Kaoru”; she is shown perched on a stone angel against a setting sun like Kaoru Nagisa in the original TV series. In volume 7, chapter 39, of the manga, when Ohno’s 2 friends Susanna Hopkins from the States come to visit, one of her friends, Sue, introduces herself by saying “Anta Baka”, a saying made popular by Asuka.
Also, Kerel is played by Kaworu’s seiyuu, Akira Ishida, taking a break from his regular Slayers character, Xellos. They didn’t think she’d actually run off to meet the director, and Aoi drives to meet the director, “Kanno Mitsuaki” at his house. Along with being a spitting image of Hideaki Anno, he also asks Aoi if she’d ever watched “Ava” back in 1995, and she replies that she’d only seen the new theatrical releases on DVD but not the entirety of the original TV series. In episode 16, Rei and Asuka can be seen in the crowd in the school’s hallway wearing the school’s uniforms. Also during episode 2, there is a mention of the production of “Quickening”, which is a possible reference to the 3rd Evangelion movie. An 11 episode Noitamina TV series that features two childhood friends and the sport of ping pong.
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As an animator in a series about making anime that mirrors the real world, her idols are very easy to identify. At the closing ceremony the song Gurenge from Demon Slayer was preformed. From transitions to commercials, the Japanese Olympic committee and brand sponsors highlighted the unique Japanese animation style that combines snippets of global pop culture with Japanese history and culture. In episode 8 of the anime, this scene is a parody of a common scenario in anime and manga and such, wherein characters will crash into each other at a corner due to being in a hurry and not watching out for other people.
In volume 14 of the manga, when Miyabi came to school after dying her hair blue, Onizuka hugs her and tells her how big of a Rei Ayanami fan he is, believing that Miyabi dyed her hair to look like Rei. Gear Fighter Dendoh is a lesser-known mecha series by the Gundam SEED director Mitsuo Fukuda. The show makes numerous humorous references to older mecha shows, and two of its episodes are largely dedicated for parodying Evangelion. Elf ban Kakyuusei is a 4 episode OVA that was released in November of 1997 and based on a dating sim. In episode 4, during a scene in a theatre, several characters from Evangelion are clearly depicted sitting in the theatre.