View Full Version : Probably the best anime of 2000-2010.

Kodai Okuda
09-11-2010, 06:54 AM
Yep you guessed it, its Code Geass.

If you haven't seen it, then get to Bandai's official online youtube channel and watch it! :)

Here is the official BandaiEnt Youtube video (Legal version):



Kodai Okuda
09-12-2010, 05:49 AM
Here's the second episode (Bandai Official Youtube channel).


09-13-2010, 04:34 AM
I would make an argument for FLCL instead. 6 episodes of pure, concentrated awesome.

Prime Administrator
09-13-2010, 05:06 AM
But....but....it's Code Geass. :p

I actually have a love/hate relationship with FLCL, although I do recognize it was/is extremely popular and IS the most popular anime comedy of this last decade.

As a side note, I've got to get the smilies fixed.
I've finally downloaded a shit-load of them to my main computer here, but I have to rename them and upload them to the server.

11-02-2010, 05:16 AM
I second FLCL. Truly it was a masterpiece.

I also have to say CLANNAD and Samurai Champloo.

Code geass was excellent in the first season, and the second felt disjointed and misconducted halfway through the second season. The final arc of the second season was.... is a personal matter for me I won't debate here.

Prime Administrator
01-12-2012, 05:09 PM
NEW CODE GEASS anime official preview:


01-14-2012, 09:06 PM
Sweet trailer Prime, thanks for providing that! I hope this is going to be a good anime just like the others, but with out the questions left hanging. For one, I don't really care if there aren't any of the original characters in this anime because it looks like it could have a potential to hold its own.

Can't wait for it <3!

Kodai Okuda
01-15-2012, 02:23 AM

Official Japanese site for the new show: http://geass.jp/akito/

Format: OVA/Limited Theatrical Release

Release Date: Episode 1 will screen on 10 cinemas across Japan in early Summer 2012

A.T.B 2017.

Deprived of his royal heritage, the young boy Lelouch takes on the role of the masked rebel "Zero" to rise against his homeland, the Holy Britannian Empire, in a "Black Rebellion". As the anti-Britannian sentiments among the people grow, the empire uses overwhelming force to attempt to crush all who stand against it.

As these events transpire, something else is happening in Europa. Here, the European Union (E.U.) is also facing extreme military pressure from the Holy Britannian Empire, and the defense line is gradually being pulled back. Faced with certain defeat, the E.U. forces assemble a special elite task force - "W-0" - the Wyvern unit. This special unit is led by a young girl - Layla Markal, a former Britannian aristocrat. Also in the unit as a pilot is Akito Hyuga. The unit is made up of backup forces from the E.U. as well as Japanese boys and girls, together they pilot Knightmare Frames in a totally reckless operation with a low chance for survival.

Holding on to their horrifying pasts, and standing up against the cruel reality of the situation, these young people will fight against the society created by adults so they can create and protect a place they can call "home".

Original Concept: Sunrise, Ichiro Okouchi, Goro Taniguchi (Code Geass)
Original Character Design: CLAMP (Code Geass)
Character Design: Takahiro Kimura (Code Geass)
Knightmare Design: Akira Yasuda (Code Geass)
Director: Kazuki Akane (Vision of Escafowne, Noein)
Composer: Ichiko Hashimoto (RahXephon)

Theme Song:
Title: "More Than Words"
Vocals: Maaya Sakamoto
Composer: Yoko Kanno
Lyrics: Yuho Iwasato

Akito Hyuga: Miyu Irino
Layla Markal: Maaya Sakamoto

Kodai Okuda
01-15-2012, 02:24 AM





Kodai Okuda
01-15-2012, 02:24 AM





Female KMF:


01-16-2012, 06:08 PM
Nice! Thanks for the update Kodai! I will be checking this site everyday for any new update's on the anime.

02-02-2012, 02:13 PM
I agreed that code Geass is one of the best anime of 2000-2010 decade, but I want to give crown for Fullmetal Alchemist. This is the anime who teach about what is the real meaning of sacrifice.

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08-21-2012, 02:30 AM
This show looks gay.
No offense, but what's with all the effeminate males?
And high school kids as the heroes?

I think I'll pass on this one. ;)