Love Code Geass or hate it, if you followed anime in the mid 00's, you certainly remember it. Now, as it approaches the decade mark for its October 5, 2006 debut, the plans to celebrate have begun to be announced. On November 27th, there will be a Anniversary of a Miracle - Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion event at the Maihama Amphitheater in Chiba.
At this weekend's Anime Expo panel, Funimation announced that the anime distributor has acquired the licenses for Drifters, the new anime from Hellsing creator Kouta Hirano and Your Name (Kimi no Na w), the new film from director Makoto Shinkai, which they will be releasing in theaters and on home video. More after the jump.
Last October, during MCM Comic Con, Kaze UK announced plans to release Code Geass spin-off OVA Akito the Exiled. A collection of its first two episodes had been listed by retailers for release March 21, 2016 on Blu-ray and DVD. However, as that date approached, with still nothing officially announced, the schedule was pushed back to the far horizon. More after the jump.
"Itoshiki Monotachi e" (To Beloved), the 59-minute final fifth chapter of the Code Geass: Akito the Exiled anime film series released on 36 screens in Japan on February 6. Despite of its very limited release, it ranked 9th with 43,099,100 yen on 36,161 admissions in its first weekend. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for the Code Geass: Akito the Exiled series today released a first 10-minute of its final fifth chapter "Itoshiki Monotachi e" (To Beloved), which opens in Japan today, February 6. The anime project's official Twitter has also posted countdown illustrations by its main staff. Check them after the jump!
Amazon UK has begun listing the Kaze release of the first two episodes of the Code Geass Akito The Exiled spin-off OVA for March 21, 2016 on Blu-ray and DVD. An English dub is listed along with the Japanese audio. Kaze UK announced the title in October at MCM Comic Con London in October. More after the jump.