Stay tuned... SDF-O Studios will soon announce two new completed projects.
Evangelion: Afterbirth was shown to a packed room at Ani-Magic 2001. It was by far the best showing with over a hundred people watching, laughing, and enjoying. A second, small showing was held by popular demand on Sunday morning. The movie is now officially retired.
4-3-01 Evangelion: Afterbirth was shown to record crowds twice at Fanime. The Friday night showing proved near disastrous as a bad sound system, a hostile crowd, and an unbriefed staff slaughtered all but a few jokes.
Sunday morning was happily a different story. Laughs were heard once again at all the appropriate spots and we are no longer walking around with bags over our heads.
Next stop: Ani-Magic 2001!!!
12-11-00 Evangelion: Afterbirth will be shown at least once at Fanime in an official venue. Details to follow.
10-09-00 Evangelion: Afterbirth was shown twice at Ani-Magic 2000 to satisfied audiences. Originally only scheduled for one showing on Friday night, demand for an encore was enough to make it shown Sunday morning. The light is green for more 'quality" productions in this vein. SDF-O studios has been asked to return next year to provide much appreciated hilarity.
The date: September, 2000.
The setting: Deep in the bowels of the ship.
Five members of the crew had gathered for a night of bland entertainment. An old Mystery Science Theater episode played through. The Second Officer's eyes took on a feral cast. "I want to kill something," he said menacingly. Specialist Lin jumped up and began perusing through the ship's vast anime collection. The Captain looked at his fellows knowingly. There was nothing lousy in his hoard.
Suddenly Mike yanked a tape out of the shelves and looked uncertainly at us. "Is this bad enough?" Clutched in his hand, still pungent with the stench of the plane of hell from which it was spawned (Plane 10, ruled by the Annodemon), was our copy of the "End of Evangelion". Like the lodestone, no matter how many times we'd tried to pawn it off on someone else or flush it into space, it always returned.
I roared, "Yes! That's what we'll do tonight!"
One hour and a half later, four members of the crew stumbled out of the room, tendrils of smoke curling after them. One of their fellows had given his (or maybe her) life in the endeavor, but "End of Evangelion" had been defeated. It had been changed to:
(now showing at a convention near you)
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