How the hell am I supposed to open this post? I’m talking about every single anime in 2008, the best and the worst in every category. I haven’t seen everything this year obviously, such as Aria, ef, Shigofumi and DMC, but I’ve had a chance to check out pretty much everything else. Anyway, here we go
Posts Tagged ‘Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2
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Code Geass, and Code Geass R2, have mixed reviews. Some people love it, some people hate it. That’s been established by bloggers, forums and pretty much the entire anime fandom. I kinda took that for granted. Then I saw this
Mixed Reviews, and yet R2 is classified, after 1554 votes, to be the second greatest anime of all time according to Anime News Network. Something is quite wrong here…
This has been the biggest question left by the director and writer of Code Geass, Taniguchi Goro and Okouchi Ichiro. As a matter of fact, this is not petty question at all. Should Lelouch proven to be alive, that opens up a new possibility of a sequel to Code Geass – let it be an OVA, or a movie, or another season altogether. If you ask me, I’d opt for a remake for Code Geass R2. The plot was so much “crappier” than season 1. Putting that aside, I’ll put this myth to the test, all in Mythbuster fashion: is Lelouch dead or alive?
Question of the day: Do you really think that Lelouch is dead for good? I’d say he is. Many said no. How about you?
Nunnally confronts Lelouch and she refuses to hand over the key of Damocles to him, even if he use Geass on her. However Lelouch already thinks to himself not to use Geass on Nunnally, knowing that it would bend her will though he intended to use it on her before this to break her previous Geass influence. More after the jump.
If you happens to stay in Japan or maybe able to grab the RAW file early, you have definitely watch the final episode of Code Geass R2. And yes, the way all things are ending (or about to) is just right. It all happens in a logical manner. So, if you have already watched the episode or maybe spoiled yourself (like myself) and add the fan factor into the equation (like myself, again), you’ll definitely be surprised by the ending. If you have no intention to spoil yourself, I reckon you not to hit jump.
SPOILER AHEAD! DO NOT HIT JUMP!
Hope the warning is clear enough. So here goes the jump.
With FLEIJA warheads dominating the battlefield, the casualties are heavy. And Nunnally who is the one holding the ignition key, is feeling the burden for killing everyone. All attempts to breach Damocles are ending in failure as Blaze Luminous is deployed to shield the entire air fortress. Hit more after the jump.
While all the leaders of the UFN are captured by the new Britannian army, rumours of Pendagron being destroyed by FLEIJA begins to move around. Though Jeremiah denies this, Sayako appeared to them to confirm the news and requested for a meeting with Lelouch. Hit jump for more.
Yet another lightning review of Code Geass R2, and hopefully, this will be the last one. There are 3 more episodes left for this series and I better start revving up for the finale. I may have find free time for blogging these past few days, to be honest. Instead, I found myself completing Crisis Core. Yes, it was fun game and I highly recommend it. And the only reason I’m doing this is simply because I wanted to catch up with the update lag I have on Code Geass and this blog entirely. Now, back to the lightning review.