Code Geass will make its triumphant return with a new side story. Featuring a new main character which has the potential to bring plenty of fresh material to the Code Geass franchise.
From what we know from this source, is that the form of this anime has not been set in stone. It could be a theartical release, television series or OVA. It can be any. My best bet is, that it might become a television series given the success of its precessors. The official title for this anime is ‘Code Geass Gaiden: Boukoku no Akito’, which reveals the anime will be a side story as Gaiden translates into ‘tale’ or ‘side story’. You can view the trailer below in HD, although it doesn’t show much, there is a translation below for you get a better idea of the forthcoming anime has to offer.
In this broken world, we still dream.
The hellish European front.
A small squad infiltrates enemy territory to save their allies.
That squadron’s Knightmare Devicers are boys and girls from Area 11.
The mission’s chance of success is only 5%.
Why do they fight?
For those who are new to the series, I suggest you watch the first 2 seasons as this anime is a MUST WATCH. Here are some Wikipedia extracts to help you understand what this show is about.
The series is set after Japan’s conquest by the Holy Britannian Empire on August 10, 2010 a.t.b., with their powerful new robot weapons, the Knightmare Frames, stripping Japan and its citizens of all rights and freedoms and renaming the country Area 11. The titular Lelouch vi Britannia is a Britannian prince who was sent as hostage, along with his sister Nunnally, by his father, Emperor Charles zi Britannia, after his mother was murdered, and has vowed to destroy Britannia. He gains an ability through the mysterious power of the Geass, becoming the leader of the resistance movement to fulfill his two wishes: to seek revenge for his mother and to construct a world in which his beloved sister Nunnally can live happily.
Since its premiere, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion has collected numerous awards and accolades. At the sixth annual Tokyo Anime Awards held at the 2007 Tokyo International Anime Fair, Code Geass In noted Japanese anime magazine Animage‘s 29th Annual Anime Grand Prix, Code Geass won the most popular series award, with Lelouch Lamperouge also being chosen as the most popular male character and “Colors” being chosen as the most popular song. In the 30th Annual Anime Grand Prix, Lelouch won first place again and C.C. was voted most popular female character. At the first Seiyū Awards held in 2007, Jun Fukuyama won the award for best actor in a leading role for his performance as Lelouch Lamperouge in the series, while Ami Koshimizu won the award for best actress in a supporting role for her performance as Kallen Stadtfeld. won the best TV anime series award.
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