'Code Geass' Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: 'Lelouch of Resurrection', Film Trilogy Confirmed! Lelouch Returns to Series! Plot Details

By Christian Ver Marcelo , Updated Dec 02, 2016 08:54 AM EST
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"Code Geass" Season 3 is had already been confirmed, and will be titled "Lelouch of the Resurrection." The season will be set several years following the Zero Requiem plan of Lelouch from "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2."

Lelouch Returns

There have been no specific details revealed for "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection." However, Goro Taniguchi, the director of the anime, had revealed the Lelouch Lamperouge will be returning for "Code Geass" Season 3. It could be recalled that the protagonist died in Season 2. As fans may predict, the Lelouch version would be an alternate or clone, but Taniguchi said that "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection" will see the real Lelouch himself.

Film Trilogy

Aside from the "Code Geass" Season 3, the anime franchise is also said to be producing a film trilogy that will conclude the events in the first two seasons. The film trilogy of "Code Geass" will then be incorporating some original scenes that were axed from the anime series, and cast members are said to be recording all their lines once again.

The "Code Geass" Franchise

"Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion " originally aired in 2006, followed by the sequel "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Resurrection" in 2008. Light novels, video games, and a manga series then expanded the franchise, with a spinoff titled "Code Geass: Akite the Exiled OVA" being released in 2012. The spinoff was then set between the events of seasons 1 and 2. Are you excited for "Code Geass" Season 3?

Storyline

"Code Geass" Season 3 follows the life of the exiled prince of Britannia, named Lelouch Lamperouge, who was originally called Lelouch vi Britannia). He was sent to Japan with Nunnally, his younger sister. They were then treated as political hostages caught between the conflict of two nations. They obtained a Geass called "Power of Kings," giving him absolute control of any person. Lelouch disguised himself as the vigilante called Zero, who then created the Black Knights to destroy Britannia.

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