Evangelion Exhibit Features Spear of Longinus



There is a current exhibition running  by Tokyo’s J-art Project completely dedicated to Evangelion inspired art/merchandise. The exhibit features some old classics like the Evangelion angel dishes and utensils to official merchandise from the Evangelion Store. But the pice de rsistance is this you see above, a human sized replica of the spear of longinus. The exhibit ends tomorrow with an auction of the spear no news if the spear will be auctioned along the muscular lady with the mischievous look.

[Shibukei / Via ANN]

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5 Replies to "Evangelion Exhibit Features Spear of Longinus"

  1. Jonathan Leo says:

    The thing’s so heavy, no mere petite lady cosplaying as Rei or Asuka would be able to lift it properly. Hence, the man-lady.

  2. Its scary, she looks eager to plunge the thing into something fleshy.

  3. Josh says:

    Has there ever been a word on who is she?

  4. Josh says:

    Yummy, is she avaliable ?

  5. I.T. says:

    She wants to pierce your AT field! :D

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