I forgot. I just wanted to mention that I am working on a site all about (as I am sure you know already) my most favored of all anime series, Neon Genesis Evangelion.
I’m sad and more than a little frustrated to say that in its current form, it is incompatible with almost every browser on the Mac and Windows platforms. Haha. That was kind of funny. Anyway, if you have a Mac, it seems to work in the Mozilla/Navigator browsers and (surprisingly enough) Internet Explorer. If you’re using Windows, Mozilla should work. Win IE is stupid and requires me to put a whole bunch of code before any PNG image in order to get it to display it properly. If you’re using some kind of unix, I would guess that you’re already using Mozilla, so you should be fine. Otherwise, I’m not sure what works and what doesn’t work.
Anyway, this anime series is definitely worth watching (in Japanese, not English; you’ll be doing yourself a favor, believe me). It is extremely character-driven and delves deep into social, philosophical, and theological questions and issues. Because of this deepness, there is ample material to chew on for a website.
So, check it out if you feel so inclined. There’s no material posted yet, just some preliminary navigational stuff in place. I have the main page going and the page entitled “Angst.” Otherwise, the buttons in the nav bar won’t take you anywhere.
If you’ve seen the anime and have ideas or anything, let me know. If you’re interested in the anime, there are a ton of Eva sites already (that’s why I’ve gotta make this good, and original too). One of the cooler ones is the “Evangelion Otaku Page.” I have a link to it in my links section on the left side of the main page of my blog.
My Eva site’s address is eva.pselaphao.com.
Update: After I finished this entry, I went and visited the “Evangelion Otaku Page.” Being stupid and forgetting that the page is for Evangelion otaku (duh), I didn’t think about the fact that there wouldn’t be much for people who haven’t seen the anime. It’s really for the Eva otaku (Eva nerd fans, haha) and not for the “layperson.” Here’s a site that’s more friendly to normal people:
Guide to…Neon Genesis Evangelion