Code Geass 16

February 2, 2007 at 1:22 am | Posted in anime, Code Geass, impressions | 9 Comments

Ugh, Mao,  why didn’t he die? Not good, creators-tachi, ordinary people tend to die after catching dozens of bullets with their body!
Lloyd was great: “why waste the time, let’s get to the marriage part!”. Continue Reading Code Geass 16…

Code Geass 15

January 26, 2007 at 9:51 am | Posted in anime, Code Geass, impressions | Leave a comment

First of all, nice finishing touch on Shirley/Lulu relationship from the earlier episode. Perhaps not everything is lost about this love pairing. BTW, Milley obviously wants some help or advice from Lelouch on stopping her marriage interview.
Second, Violetta. Although there’s a rucus about it, I don’t think some flashing tits mean anything much. Well, besides the fact that Ougi is surprisingly shy. Now that nothing stops her, she also has a chance to join Lulu’s harem, or at least the KnKD. It might also be the reason for Diethard’s future downfall.
Third, Suzaku and the scientist duo. A little more of their story revealed, and it might become surprisingly interesting later on.
Toudou and his two lieutenants are also alive, but their capture looks imminent.
And at last Mao and C.C. He quickly exits the scene with numerous bullet wounds, unless he is of the same species as C.C. we won’t be seeing anymore of him; she – gets closer and closer to Lulu, perhaps not as a lover but as a very reliable partner.

Code Geass 14

January 18, 2007 at 11:39 pm | Posted in anime, Code Geass, impressions | Leave a comment

New opening was surprisingly short-living. Edit: it was a bad joke by the capper, the OP is still there.
Unfortunately, almost everything was either spoiled to me before or was too predictable, thus the episode felt a lot less intense compared to the one a week before.
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Code Geass 13

January 11, 2007 at 11:43 pm | Posted in anime, Code Geass, impressions | Leave a comment

New opening was awful. Completely unfitting images from the first OP, and not even a bit of anything resembling synchronisation.

The ending was far better, I kinda liked the song.

As for the story, it was as good as ever, this time overflowing with emotions:

Guiltyness of Karen and Lelouch,  harsh words that Suzaku and C.C. said to him, his determination – very interesting.

Right after the break, they play that great song “Stories” by Hitomi.

Congratulations to Suzaku’s on his advancement to first lieutenant .

I wonder why Mao was smiling.

Zero has a really dark sense of humour – saying that Japan’s

Liberation Front volunatary self-destructed while blowing them up himself.

And the usual cliffhanger in the end.

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