List of Code Geass episodes

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Code Geass (Japanese: コードギアス Hepburn: Kōdo Giasu?) is a Japanese anime series produced by Sunrise, Mainichi Broadcasting System, and Project Geass.[1] The first season is entitled, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ Kōdo Giasu: Hangyaku no Rurūshu?) and premiered on Mainichi Broadcasting System on October 6, 2006 and was broadcast by a total of ten stations.[2] Its final two episodes were aired on July 29, 2007.[3] It was followed by Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ R2 Kōdo Giasu: Hangyaku no Rurūshu R2?) which aired on April 6, 2008 and was broadcast on sixteen stations.[4] Its final episode aired on September 28, 2008.[5]

Since its premier in Japan, Lelouch of the Rebellion and R2 were licensed by Bandai Entertainment and dubbed by ZRO Limit Productions.[6][7] Lelouch of the Rebellion premiered on Adult Swim in April 27, 2008 and R2 in November 2, 2008.[8][9] The two series were then distributed by Beez Entertainment and Kazé in the United Kingdom and licensed by Madman Entertainment in Australia.[10][11][12] The two series have also received localizations in other languages such as French, German, Italian, and Tagalog.

Following Lelouch of the Rebellion and R2 were two original video animations (OVA), and an OVA series titled Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (コードギアス 亡国のアキト Kōdo Giasu: Bōkoku no Akito?).

Episode list[edit]

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion[edit]

Ep no. Official English title
Original Japanese title
Director Writer Original airdate[13] English airdate Refs.
1 "The Day a New Demon was Born"
"Majin ga Umareta Hi" (魔神が生まれた日) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi October 6, 2006 April 27, 2008[8] [14][15]
2 "The White Knight Awakens"
"Kakusei no Shiroki Kishi" (覚醒の白き騎士) 
Masato Miyoshi Ichirō Ōkouchi October 13, 2006 May 4, 2008[16] [17][18]
3 "The False Classmate"
"Itsuwari no Kurasumeito" (偽りのクラスメイト) 
Kazuya Murata Ichirō Ōkouchi October 20, 2006 May 11, 2008[19] [20][21]
4 "His Name is Zero"
"Sono Na wa Zero" (その名はゼロ) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi October 27, 2006 May 18, 2008[22] [23][24]
5 "The Princess and the Witch"
"Kōjo to Majo" (皇女と魔女) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi November 3, 2006 May 25, 2008[25] [26][27]
6 "The Stolen Mask"
"Ubawareta Kamen" (奪われた仮面) 
Hiroaki Kudō Ichirō Ōkouchi November 10, 2006 June 1, 2008[28] [29][30]
7 "Attack Cornelia"
"Kōneria o Ute" (コーネリアを撃て) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi November 17, 2006 June 8, 2008[31] [32][33]
8 "The Black Knights"
"Kuro no Kishidan" (黒の騎士団) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi November 24, 2006 June 15, 2008[25] [34][35]
8.5 "The Track of the Mask"[Translation]
"Kamen no Kizeki" (仮面の軌跡) 
None None December 1, 2006 None [36]
9 "Refrain"
"Rifurein" (リフレイン) 
Kazuya Murata Ichirō Ōkouchi December 8, 2006 June 22, 2008[37] [38][39]
10 "Guren Dances"
"Guren Mau" (紅蓮舞う) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi December 15, 2006 June 29, 2008[40] [41][42]
11 "Battle for Narita"
"Narita Kōbōsen" (ナリタ攻防戦) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi December 22, 2006 July 6, 2008[25] [43][44]
12 "The Messenger from Kyoto"
"Kyōto kara no Shisha" (キョウトからの使者) 
Hiroaki Kudō Hiroyuki Yoshino January 5, 2007 July 13, 2008[45] [46][47]
13 "Shirley at Gunpoint"
"Shārī to Jūkō" (シャーリーと銃口) 
Noriaki Akitaya Hiroyuki Yoshino January 12, 2007 July 20, 2008[48] [49][50]
14 "Geass vs. Geass"
"Giasu tai Giasu" (ギアス対ギアス) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi January 19, 2007 July 27, 2008[25] [51][52]
15 "Cheering Mao"
"Kassai no Mao" (喝采のマオ) 
Tōru Yamada Ichirō Ōkouchi January 26, 2007 August 3, 2008[53] [54][55]
16 "Nunnally Held Hostage"
"Toraware no Nanarī" (囚われのナナリー) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi February 2, 2007 August 10, 2008[56] [57][58]
17 "Knight"
"Kishi" (騎士) 
Kazuya Murata Yūichi Nomura February 9, 2007 August 24, 2008[59] [60][61]
17.5 "The Truth of the Mask"[Translation]
"Kamen no Shinjitsu" (仮面の真実) 
None None February 16, 2007 None [62]
18 "I Order you, Suzaku Kururugi"
"Kururugi Suzaku ni Meijiru" (枢木スザクに命じる) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi February 23, 2007 August 31, 2008[63] [64][65]
19 "Island of the Gods"
"Kami no Shima" (神の島) 
Shin'ichi Masaki Hiroyuki Yoshino March 2, 2007 September 7, 2008[66] [67][68]
20 "Battle at Kyushu"
"Kyūshū Sen'eki" (キュウシュウ戦役) 
Hiroaki Kudō Yūichi Nomura March 9, 2007 September 14, 2008[69] [70][71]
21 "The School Festival Declaration"
"Gakuen-sai Sengen!" (学園祭宣言!) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi March 16, 2007 September 21, 2008[72] [73][74]
22 "Bloodstained Euphy"
"Chizome no Yufi" (血染めのユフィ) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi March 23, 2007 October 5, 2008[75] [76][77]
23 "At Least with Sorrow"
"Semete Kanashimi to Tomo ni" (せめて哀しみとともに) 
Shin'ichi Masaki Ichirō Ōkouchi
&
Yūichi Nomura
March 30, 2007 October 12, 2008[78] [79][80]
24 "The Collapsing Stage"
"Hōraku no Sutēji" (崩落のステージ) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi July 29, 2007 October 19, 2008[81] [82][83]
25 "Zero"
"Zero" (ゼロ) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi July 29, 2007 October 26, 2008[84] [82][85]


Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2[edit]

No. Official English title
Original Japanese title
Director Writer Original airdate[86] English airdate Refs.
1 "The Day a Demon Awakens"
"Majin ga Mezameru Hi" (魔神が目覚める日) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi April 6, 2008 November 2, 2008[9] [87][88]
2 "Plan for Independent Japan"
"Nippon Dokuritsu Keikaku" (日本独立計画) 
Akira Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi April 13, 2008 November 16, 2008[89] [90][91]
3 "Imprisoned in Campus"
"Toraware no Gakuen" (囚われの学園) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi April 20, 2008 November 23, 2008[92] [93][94]
4 "Counterattack at the Gallows"
"Gyakushū no Shokeidai" (逆襲の処刑台) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi April 27, 2008 November 30, 2008[92] [95][96]
5 "Knights of the Round"
"Naito obu Raunzu" (ナイトオブラウンズ) 
Masato Miyoshi
&
Noriaki Akitaya
Ichirō Ōkouchi May 4, 2008 December 7, 2008[97] [98][99]
6 "Surprise Attack over the Pacific"
"Taiheiyō Kishū Sakusen" (太平洋奇襲作戦) 
Akira Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi May 11, 2008 December 14, 2008[97] [100][101]
7 "The Abandoned Mask"
"Suterareta Kamen" (棄てられた仮面) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi May 18, 2008 January 11, 2009[102] [103][104]
8 "One Million Miracles"
"Hyakuman no Kiseki" (百万のキセキ) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi May 25, 2008 January 18, 2009[105] [106][107]
9 "A Bride in the Vermillion Forbidden City"
"Shukinjō no Hanayome" (朱禁城の花嫁) 
Kazuo Sakai Ichirō Ōkouchi June 8, 2008 January 25, 2009[105] [108][109]
10 "When Shen Hu Wins Glory"
"Shenfū Kagayaku Toki" (神虎輝く刻) 
Akira Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi June 15, 2008 February 1, 2009[105] [110][111]
11 "Power of Passion"
"Omoi no Chikara" (想いの力) 
Shinda Yū Ichirō Ōkouchi June 22, 2008 February 8, 2009[105] [112][113]
12 "Love Attack!"
"Rabu Atakku!" (ラブアタック!) 
Kunihiro Mori
&
Mamoru Sunaga
Ichirō Ōkouchi June 29, 2008 February 15, 2009[105] [114][115]
13 "Assassin from the Past"
"Kako kara no Shikaku" (過去からの刺客) 
Kazuya Murata Ichirō Ōkouchi July 6, 2008 February 22, 2009[105] [116][117]
14 "Geass Hunt"
"Giasu Gari" (ギアス狩り) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi July 13, 2008 March 1, 2009[89] [118][119]
15 "The C's World"
"Shī no Sekai" (Cの世界) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi July 20, 2008 March 8, 2009[89] [120][121]
16 "United Federation of Nations Resolution Number One"
"Chōgasshūkoku Ketsugi Daiichigō" (超合集国決議第壱號) 
Tatsuya Abe Ichirō Ōkouchi July 27, 2008 May 3, 2009[122] [123][124]
17 "The Taste of Humiliation"
"Tsuchi no Aji" (土の味) 
Akira Hiroshi Kudo Ichirō Ōkouchi August 3, 2008 May 10, 2009[89] [125][126]
18 "Final Battle Tokyo II"
"Dainiji Tōkyō Kessen" (第二次東京決戦) 
Akira Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi August 10, 2008 May 10, 2009[89] [127][128]
19 "Betrayal"
"Uragiri" (裏切り) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi August 17, 2008 May 17, 2009[89] [129][130]
20 "Emperor Dismissed"
"Kōtei Shikkaku" (皇帝失格) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi August 24, 2008 May 17, 2009[89] [131][132]
21 "The Ragnarok Connection"
"Ragunareku no Setsuzoku" (ラグナレクの接続) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi August 31, 2008 May 24, 2009[89] [133][134]
22 "Emperor Lelouch"
"Kōtei Rurūshu" (皇帝ルルーシュ) 
Shinda Yū Ichirō Ōkouchi September 7, 2008 May 24, 2009[89] [135][136]
23 "Schneizel's Guise"
"Shunaizeru no Kamen" (シュナイゼルの仮面) 
Tatsuya Igarashi Ichirō Ōkouchi September 14, 2008 May 31, 2009[89] [137][138]
24 "The Grip of Damocles"
"Damokuresu no Sora" (ダモクレスの空) 
Akira Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi September 21, 2008 May 31, 2009[89] [139][140]
25 "Re;"   Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi September 28, 2008 June 7, 2009[89] [141][142]


OVA list[edit]

Individual OVAs[edit]

Title Japanese release Date
"Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Special Edition Black Rebellion"
"Kōdo Giasu: Hangyaku no Lelouch Special Edition Black Rebellion" (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ Special Edition Black Rebellion) 
February 22, 2008
A compilation of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
"Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 Special Edition Zero Requiem"
"Kōdo Giasu: Hangyaku no Lelouch R2 Special Edition Zero Requiem" (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ R2 Special Edition Zero Requiem) 
July 24, 2009
A compilation of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2
"Code Geass: The Miraculous Birthday"
"Kōdo Giasu: Kiseki no Tanjōbi" (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ キセキの誕生日) 
April 23, 2010
Ashford Academy are invaded by the Neo Chinese Federation and are dealt with by Lelouch and his friends. Soon after, Lelouch, C.C., Rolo, and Shirley fade away and the remaining friends regain their memories and deduce the events were a miracle created by Lelouch in the after life. 
"Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion: Nunnally in Wonderland"
"Kōdo Giasu Hangyaku no Rurūshu: Nanarī in wandārando" (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ: ナナリーinワンダーランド) 
July 27, 2012
Lelouch, wishing to make Nunnally happy, casts her as Alice in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and has everyone he knows play the supporting roles while he narrates. After Nunnally traverses the world, she is guided back to reality by Suzaku who is acting the role of the White Knight. At the end, the cast takes revenge on Lelouch for forcing them into the play by dressing him up as The Hatter. At the end, it is revealed Lelouch is just dreaming. 

Code Geass: Akito the Exiled[edit]

Ep no. Title Director Writer Japanese release date
1 "The Wyvern Arrives"
"Yokuryū wa Maiorita" (翼竜は舞い降りた) 
Kazuki Akane Kazuki Akane, Miya Asakawa August 4, 2012
2017 a.t.b. (Revolutionary Year 228), the war between Euro Britannia and the European Union (E.U.) continues. At a disadvantage, the E.U. army founded a special team consisting of Elevens—exiled Japanese who had their country occupied by Britannia—known as the W-0 Unit; one of these Elevens, Akito Hyuga, fights with great agility and savagely executes the enemy while apparently under the power of Geass. Elsewhere, Military Advisor Julius Kingsley and Knight of Seven Suzaku Kururugi are traveling by train to St. Petersburg. 
2 "The Wyvern Divided"
"Hikisakareshi Yokuryū" (引き裂かれし翼竜) 
Kazuki Akane Kazuki Akane, Miya Asakawa, Hiroshi Ohogi September 14, 2013
The new members of the W-0 unit attempt to desert, but this is prevented by Akito and Leila. The team (with Leila joining them) is then sent behind enemy lines to the city of Slonim, where they are ambushed by Euro Britannian forces led by Shin, Akito's brother. Akito, Leila, and the three Japanese recruits manage to survive, as a result of the BRS synchronization phenomenon. Meanwhile, Suzaku Kururugi and Julius Kingsley have arrived in St. Petersburg from the Britannian mainland. 
3 "The Brightness Falls"
"Kagayaku Mono no Ten yori Otsu" (輝くもの天より堕つ) 
Kazuki Akane Kazuki Akane, Miya Asakawa, Hiroshi Ohogi May 2, 2015[143]
After the W-0 unit is denied access to head back to headquarters, they come across a group of elder gypsies who temporarily take them in; as they get along well, Akito and Leila reveal what happened when they were children and thus leading them to where they are now. Meanwhile, Julius Kingsley, revealed to be a brainwashed Lelouch Lamperouge, expresses his form of control as several leaders look on in awe and disgust. 
4 "Memories of Hatred"
"Nikushimi no Kioku kara" (憎しみの記憶から) 
Kazuki Akane Kazuki Akane, Miya Asakawa July 4, 2015[143]
While W-0 is away, Leila and the remaining crew at base find themselves surrounded by Britannian Knightmares. Piloting the Vercingetorix, Shin Hyuuga leads the enemy charge, having usurped the position of Grand Master in the Knights of St. Michael. With her core members unavailable, it's up to Leila to protect her comrades, but this may be much tougher than she realizes: a spy lurking among them is finally ready to reveal himself. Left with no choice but to surrender, Leila arranges a meeting with Shin in order to ensure the safety of her squad. But as negotiations begin to fall apart, Akito and an unexpected ally return in the nick of time to turn things around. 
5 "To Beloved Ones"
"Itoshiki Mono-tachi e" (愛シキモノタチヘ) 
Kazuki Akane Kazuki Akane, Miya Asakawa February 6, 2016[144]
The Ark Fleet has been destroyed, and a significant number of the enemy's troops have been wiped out due to its crash landing. As the remaining forces of the Knights of St. Michael regroup in order to launch a final assault on Castle Weisswolf, the W-0, along with their new ally Ashley Ashra, stand ready to intercept them. Meanwhile, with his Geass out of control, Shin moves to erase his younger brother's existence once and for all. But Akito, having promised Leila that he will come back alive, refuses to accept such a fate, and the two clash in their final battle. 

Notes and references[edit]

Notes

^Translation The episode was never translated into English. Its current title is a literal translation by IGN.[25]

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