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Akio Satsukawa (昭夫 薩川) was a writer for the Evangelion TV series. He has worked on Episode 3, Episode 4, Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 9, Episode 10, Episode 12, Episode 13, Episode 15, Episode 19, Episode 21 and Episode 24 alongside Anno.[1] Unlike most other writers, he has not returned for Evangelion 3.0, however.[2]. Satsukawa originally worked as an editor, sporadically taking up scriptwriting additionally later, however his main career is still as an editor[3], and he hasn't worked on a script since the early 2000s.[4]

Satsukawa was used repeatedly for these character-heavy episodes. Uniquely, he has written Episode 04, the only one not written by Anno, as a result of staff input, not originally planned in the plot outlines: "In actuality, this episode was once omitted in terms of the series composition and it was planned that what is now Episode Five would come after Episode Three. But as production progressed, staff members voiced their opinion that perhaps there was a need to depict Shinji’s relationship with the people around him after Episode Three, and thus, this episode was made, greatly changing the contents from what had originally been conceived. Because of this, the script for this episode written after the script for Episode Five had already been finalized. This is the one and only episode of all the TV and movie episodes in which Director Anno did not have a direct hand in the plot and script." - Platinum Episode Commentaries

His work with the Evangelion franchise include:

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