Reviews: New Perspective Evangelion

Shay Guy's review

The only criticism I have is that the references can get a little too blatant. Aside from the name "Noriko Nagato," the plane crash was an Oceanic Airlines flight, and the airline is apparently run by one John Locke. Slightly excessive.

Looney Toons' review

An interesting and realistic look at an insert, starting with language (the protagonist speaks only English and Gratuitous Japanese — both with a Gaelic accent — at the start of the story) and moving on from there. Although "Noriko" discovers she enjoys piloting, the male mind within the girl starts adapting too well; as the real Noriko's memories begin filtering back, he starts worrying about fading away into her returning personality. Although there are some amusing parts, this is not a comedy. In fact, it's very serious, almost borderline dark. Incomplete at this point but worth a read. Also available at the EvaGeeks forum, with some additional information and hints at what's going to happen in the future chapters.