Does anyone remember what project they did before Neon Genesis Evangelion, which had a red haired girl with Asuka's personality established? Dream Focus 14:46, 14 November 2008 (UTC)
The only example that comes to mind is Jung Freud from Gunbuster.--SEELE 07 02:12, September 16, 2009 (UTC)
imported newer version from Wikipedia. What's missing/changed? Edit
 The newer version is shorter, so I'm thinking the older version is probably the best. Or is it just that one large section missing? I'm just going to restore it to the older version for now, that making more sense. Someone who wants to take the time to read through both versions, or even look for an older larger previous version somewhere, can better make that call. Dream Focus 02:57, November 21, 2010 (UTC)
Shall we change this article's name to "Asuka Langley Soryu"? Me and MTN think that it would be better to make it match her mother's name and Soryu is a very common romanization. Anyone else agrees or disagrees? ~The Maverick 013 01:41, August 18, 2012 (UTC)
- I believe that "Sohryu" is the one we go with, seeing that's the TV show name. However, Sadamoto's manga is the lastest and romanizes it as Soryu. Yet, with that mindset, it should be called "Asuka Shikinami Langley" since Rebuild is the most recent continuity. I vote to change Kyoko to Sohryu, not the other way around, since (so far) we cover more anime than manga.
This does brings back the issue on how do we cover the different continuities, though, so we would need more input.--
14:22, August 18, 2012 (UTC)
- Well, I have heard the talk about her "new" name, Shikinami, and I think it should be "Asuka Langley Shikinami", because the change was from "Asuka Langley Soryu" to "Asuka Langley Shikinami". As you know the Japanese naming begins with the family name then first name, and as I always see the Japanese text "惣流 (式波)・アスカ・ラングレー", because "Langley" is her maiden name not surname.--MTN 1996 19:35, September 26, 2012 (UTC)
- Hi there! I got these info from Wikipedia's article about Asuka:
Her surname is romanized as Soryu in the English manga and Sohryu in the English version of the TV series, the English version of the movie, and on Gainax's website.
Happy Birthday ! (2012 Version) Edit
Well, Mav made me realize this. So, happy birthday, Evangelion own teutonic goddess! Somebody bring her a cake~
Really, someone do before she hits me. Or worse, she hits Shinji.
18:52, December 4, 2012 (UTC)
19:28, December 4, 2012 (UTC)
Happy Birthday ! (2013 Version) Edit