This is a crossover with Cthulhu Tech
, as odd as that might sound. It works, though. Aeon Natum Engel
manages to improve on a number of the flaws of the original series, mostly by treating them realistically — like the understandably over-enthusiastic security for Shinji's school. It also provides a nice if worrying deconstruction
of Misato's Lethal Chef
-ery, which you may already have read in that article.