Next February, a new Code Geass anime feature will be released in Japanese movie theatres. It’s called Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection.
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If you were watching anime in 2006, you would have at the very least heard of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion. The mech/school/magic/political anime was a phenomenon that engulfed us all. Memes were created and conspiracy theories ran rampant. It ended its two seasons on a fairly conclusive note and, sadly, most additional material since released dealt with alternate universes and characters. Now, 10 years on, it's finally getting a direct sequel.
Code Geass is one of the most popular and highly acclaimed anime of the last decade. Its recently completed interquel, Akito the Exiled, is a different type of war story, but one that expands the anime's complex look at morality in its mecha-filled world.
Last month, the newest in a series of midquels to critically acclaimed 2006 anime Code Geass, called Code Geass: Akito the Exiled, aired in Japanese theatres. I saw the preview and it piqued my interest, but there was one small problem: I'd never seen Code Geass. So a few weeks back, I sat about fixing that.