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- The TV anime series has been well received in Japan, selling over a million DVD and Blu-ray Disc volumes?
- At the sixth annual Tokyo Anime Awards held at the 2007 Tokyo International Anime Fair, Code Geass won the best TV anime series award?
- The second season also got the award of "Best Screenplay" in the 2009 Tokyo Anime Fair?
- In noted Japanese anime magazine Animage's 29th Annual Anime Grand Prix, Code Geass won the most popular series award, with Lelouch Lamperouge also being chosen as the most popular male character and "Colors" being chosen as the most popular song?
- Code Geass won the award for Best TV Animation at the twelfth Animation Kobe event, held annually in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, with R2 taking the award in the following year?
- In the 2009, Seiun Award, Code Geass R2 was a nominee in the category "Best Media Award"?
- Biglobe's Code Geass portal site (Japanese)
- MBS's official site (Japanese)
- Sunrise's official site (Japanese)
- Bandai Entertainment's Official Code Geass website
- Bandai Entertainment's Official Code Geass R2 website
- Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia.
- Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia.
- Madman Entertainment's Official Code Geass website
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Lelouch vi Britannia and his sister, Princess Nunnally vi Britannia lived with their strict father, the Emperor, and caring mother in the capital city of the Holy Britannian Empire, Pendragon. When Lelouch was ten, and Nunnally was six, their mother was shot to death. Ultimately, Nunnally was caught in the crossfire and could no longer walk, and was blinded from trauma of seeing her mother murdered. Lelouch became angry that his father did nothing to solve the murder and renounced his anointment to the throne, and he and his sister were thereof placed in the care of the Kururugi shrine, in Japan. In this time Suzaku Kururugi, became friends with Lelouch, but they were separated from each other because of the war, which ended Japan's existence in 2010 in the given calendar. The area's name became "Area 11" as a mocking gesture to the month long defeat of the nation. Later they were taken in by the Ashford Academy, run by the Ashford Foundation of which their mother was a test pilot for. They were given a maid, Sayoko Shinozaki, to assist with the care of Nunnally, and they lived in hiding for years. Lelouch resolves to pursue a better world for Nunnally. He also seeks to discover the true reason for his mother's death, as she was murdered in the Aries Imperial Palace, a place terrorists would be unlikely to penetrate successfully without being noticed, if at all. Read more »
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Shirley Fenette (シャーリー・フェネット, Shārī Fenetto), 17 years old (18 at R2), is a secondary protagonist in the Code Geass series. Shirley is awarded 19th place in the 29th Anime Grand Prix for Favorite Female Character. She is voiced by Fumiko Orikasa (Japanese) and by Amy Kincaid (English).
Shirley is a cheery and upbeat student at Ashford Academy and a member of its student council. She is also in the school's swimming club. Shirley goes out of her way to make others feel accepted, as she is the first student to try to approach Suzaku Kururugi after his transfer into the school.
She is infatuated with Lelouch, and finds it difficult to get his attention. She is described as a girl who "fishes for attention" by Mao. Although not particularly clingy, she tends to be irked when seeing Lelouch with other girls or when Lelouch suddenly hangs up the phone on her from time to time. Read more »
Featured Knightmare Frame
The 'Shinkirō' (蜃気楼 Shinkirō) is an Eighth Generation Transformable Knightmare Frame constructed for Zero's (Lelouch vi Britannia's) personal use. It possesses an integrated Air Glide System for flight and can transform into a submarine/jet fighter to move underwater and/or fly, which Lelouch uses to travel to and from Japan undetected. Its Armour is primarily black and gold, and it has several unusual physical features. Its feet are not round, instead consisting of eight large toes, and its head has four eyes. Its cockpit is also much wider. In addition to the standard control yoke system, the Shinkirō has keyboard-based controls similar to those used on the Gawain.
The Shinkirō possesses an Absolute Defense System (絶対守護領域, Zettai Shugo Ryōiki) system which uses an array of hexagonal energy shields that can be projected over any part of the Knightmare. Its Druid System, adapted from the Gawain, plots the trajectories of incoming projectiles and shifts the shields accordingly, giving the Shinkirō the highest defensive power of any Knightmare Frame. All these are controlled by the Druid system and the keyboard-based controls. The system requires incredibly complex calculations to form effective barriers, such that it takes an intellect on the level of Lelouch to use the system to its full potential. When Rolo Lamperouge attempts to use it, he is only able to erect a meagre defense with a number of weak spots. At its full potential, the Absolute Defense System can block a sustained point-blank blast from the Mordred's Stark Hadron Cannon, albeit at the cost of much of its power reserves.Read more »
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