Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection inhabits an interesting niche in terms of anime in general.
Set two years after the end of the original series, it’s the first new offering tied to the Code Geass anime in nearly a decade, putting the main cast up against a new threat to the peace they fought so hard to establish.
This of course means that there’s plenty more room for Nightmare mech combat, all-powerful Geass chicanery, and everything else that made the series so much fun to watch in the first place.
However, it also runs the risk of ruining the show’s original ending, which wrapped up all of the plot lines and loose ends in a way fans still revere today.
As a result, it’ll either be a triumphant return to form or a blemish on a series that could have held onto its former glory. Either way, fans in the west can’t afford to miss the spectacle when it hits theaters this month.