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Misato's Necklace

Desktop based on the necklace worn by Misato in Evangelion.

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Let's Go Asuka

Asuka’s metal is tested in this graphic desktop picture based on artwork from the cult anime series Evangelion.

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Rei in Pastels

Rei Ayanami smiles back at you in this fun desktop picture based on the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.

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Kaoru

A visually subtle desktop picture of fan-favorite Kaoru from the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.

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Rei

Rei Ayanami contemplates the future of mankind in this desktop picture based on Neon Genesis Evangelion.

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Misato

Misato is ready and eager to deal with the impending Angel threat in this desktop picture from Evangelion.

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Rei Swim

Rei Ayanami takes a relaxing and surreal swim in this scene from the anime series Neon Genesis Evangeilon.

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Classic desktop icons based on the hit anime series.

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