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    Did Cartoon Network Ever Offer Up End of Evangelion For Download?

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    During the special promotion for Giant Robot Week, Cartoon Network began selling the movie End of Evangelion on its website. Apparently CN did not know what that movie contains. It is perhaps the most brutal animated movie ever made, with so many violent and disturbing scenes that a theatrical release would be NC-17. People had a laugh over that one, but a few became nervous.
    Does anyone remember this or is it just typical fan site stuff?
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    It wasn't a download, but a DVD in the online store.
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    End of Evangelion [...] is perhaps the most brutal animated movie ever made

    Maybe if the full extent of your animation viewing are Disney and Ghibli productions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Takao View Post
    End of Evangelion [...] is perhaps the most brutal animated movie ever made

    Maybe if the full extent of your animation viewing are Disney and Ghibli productions.
    I'm hard-pressed to think of a animated film more brutal, actually. The gore is insane, not to mention the general tone of the story, characters, and directing.
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