Wikipedia-and-Dark-Side-Editing (Link Bibliography)

“Wikipedia-and-Dark-Side-Editing” links:

  1. https://wiki.evageeks.org/Tributes_to_Other_Shows_in_Neon_Genesis_Evangelion

  2. https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/brain-diving/2011-08-09

  3. https://www.amazon.com/Gathering-Spirits-Japans-Tradition-Folklore/dp/1462029426/

  4. https://www.amazon.com/Anime-Explosion-What-Japanese-Animation/dp/1880656728/

  5. https://eva.onegeek.org/

  6. https://eva.onegeek.org/pipermail/oldeva/1998-April/013136.html

  7. https://wiki.evageeks.org/Main_Page

  8. https://wiki.evageeks.org/End_of_Evangelion_Death_Threats

  9. https://wiki.evageeks.org/Classified_Information_(Translation)

  10. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/mindfuck

  11. 2012-hoffer.pdf: ⁠, Heike Hoffer (2012; eva):

    Director Anno Hideaki’s series Neon Genesis Evangelion caused a sensation when it first aired on TV Tokyo in 1995 and has become one of the most influential anime ever made. Since its premiere, fans across the globe have debated the possible interpretations of the complex plot, but little has been said about how composer Sagisu Shiro’s score might contribute to understanding the series. Anno’s rehabilitation in a Jungian clinic and subsequent personal study of human psychology plays heavily into understanding the main character Ikari Shinji, and music has much to contribute to appreciating Shinji’s view of the world. Shinji is an impressionable fourteen-year old boy, so his musical interpretations of the people and things around him do not always match reality. Sagisu’s music gives the viewers welcome insight into Shinji’s thoughts and feelings as he matures throughout the series.

  12. https://eva.onegeek.org/pipermail/evangelion/2012-June/007195.html

  13. http://researchcommons.waikato.ac.nz/bitstream/handle/10289/6746/thesis.pdf?sequence=3

  14. https://eva.onegeek.org/pipermail/evangelion/2012-October/007214.html

  15. http://wondermark.com/d/291.html

  16. https://www.newyorker.com/fiction/poetry/2009/05/18/090518po_poem_frazier