CLAMP also used their instagram account to spread the Happy New Year message, but LJ doesn't like the embedded image. Click below to see their post.
A tweet from the CCS twitter account. And the CCS Newspaper Volume 2 is up at the website.
Sunrise announced at the Code Geass 10th Anniversary event on Sunday (November 27th) that the franchise is getting its "next project" as well as a three-part compilation anime film series. Below is the visual announcing the next project:
The next project is a sequel titled Code Geass: Fukkatsu no Lelouch (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection), but the announcement did not reveal the format of the project. The story takes place several years after Lelouch's "Zero Requiem" plan. Sunday's event featured a teaser promotional video with Kallen, Jeremiah, Suzaku Kururugi, and other characters. The staff also stated [Spoilers, highlight to read: Lelouch himself from the previous anime, and not an alternate dimension version or clone, will be in the new project.]
The three-part film series will recap all 50 episodes of the original Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion series and the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 sequel series. The cast are re-recording all their lines for the films, and the films will include new scenes. The first film will open in 2017.
Fans who had received tickets and an invitation to Sunday's "Kiseki no Anniversary" event decoded a possible secret code within the invitation that read "Rebirth of the Demon." Bandai's Anime Channel service will stream the event in Japan starting on December 23 at noon, followed by a DVD and Blu-ray Disc release on April 21, 2017. The home video release will include a digest video of the event's stage performance, a picture drama that debuted at the event, a new Fukkatsu! Kiseki no Baba Gekijō short, and the promotional video that announced the new project. Below is the package art by character designer Takahiro Kimura:
Aperçu de ce qui sera présent dans l'édition limitée du 1er volume de Cardcaptor Sakura - Clear Card Hen. pic.twitter.com/XH5eO61dmS— Manga Mag Japon (@MangaMagJapon) November 27, 2016