The bad new is that Code Geass' spin-off four episode OVA isn't as seasonal as first projected. After this month's release of volume 1, volume 2 is scheduled Spring 2013. The good news is that there are new preview shots of vol 2, "Torn-Winged Dragon," and that they include a look at returning characters for the event sets between Season 1 and Code Geass R2. Check them out after the jump.
Ahead of its release in Japan later this month, the official site for the Code Geass: Akito the Exiled OVA has posted a 10 minute preview of the first OVA episode. Hit the jump for all the action!
New 100 and 30 second trailers have gone live ahead of the August 4th launch of Code Geass: Akito the Exiled. Get a preview of the first episode of the OVA spin-off after the jump.
Just like in other countries around the world, summer is the biggest box-office season in Japan. And anime movies have been always the most popular genre. More than 10 movies will hit Japanese theaters in this summer. Following the part 1, this is the second collection of 2012 summer anime movie flyers. Check them out after the jump!
In the latest MyNavi free-for-all poll (as opposed to one of their semi-scientific ones), over seven thousand fans responded to a query asking what is THE anime you should see before you die. Predictable answers were mixed with a few real head scratchers that bombed in sales and ratings. See the results after the jump.
We previously heard a bit of Maaya Sakamoto's Code Geass: Akito the Exiled theme "More Than Words" thanks to an appearance on radio program Vitamin M, but now the actress/singer's YouTube channel has begun offering a new mini-music video preview. Get a look and listen after the jump.
Vitamin M, a bayfm [Japanese] radio program on which Maaya Sakamoto is a regular, previewed "More Than Words," the theme song for Code Geass: Akito the Exiled. Catch it after the break!
Ahead of its summer premiere, the site for Code Geass: Akito of the Exiled has been updated with an impressive new key visual for the four part side story. Get a look after the jump.
The latest update on Code Geass: Akito of the Exiled has revealed that Yoko Hikasa (K-on!'s Mio Akiyama, Working!!'s Izumi Takanash)i, Satoshi Hino (Naruto Shippuden's Sai) , and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Heaven's Memo Pad's Narumi Fujishima) have been added to the four episode OVA's cast. Check out their characters after the jump.
Last week, composer Ichiko Hashimoto revealed that Code Geass side story Akito the Exiled will be a four-episode Gundam UC style OVA release, and the time frame for the first has now been nailed down. Check it out after the jump.
Singer, pianist, composer, and occasional actress Ichiko Hashimoto has let it slip that Sunrise's plans for Code Geass: Akito of the Exiled is to produce a four-episode direct to video OVA, along the lines of what they've recently done with Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn. More after the jump.
The official site for Code Geass: Akito the Exiled got updated with some new character profiles. Hit the jump to meet some members of a subversive organization!
To go along with all the spin-offs and stage plays, games company Sammy will be doing its part for the Code Geass revival with a Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion pachislot machine (a slot machine with pachinko balls). Check out a 13-minute, in-depth look after the jump.
In April, Code Geass will be hitting the stage with a play titled Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion on Stage: Riot's Eve, and in June it will be back with an all-male musical called Prelude for the Sorcerer. Having previously gotten a good look at cast of the former in costume, it's now the turn of the latter. Check them out after the jump.