Code Geass Manga Alternate Ending

I was surprised to find out last month that there is a Code Geass Alternate Ending. It was on a Code Geass Club in MyAnimeList.net. For all those who who watched Code Geass, you should read it. It provides a new hope for Lelouch’s fan.

Anyway, if you want to know what happened just highlight the spoilers:

C.C. died for Lelouch. She said that when she thought about how she’ll spend eternity without him, she was saddened. So she gave the sigil to Lelouch. Oh, she also kissed him! Lelouch after crying a li’l bit, told Suzaku to continue killing him. He fell down to Nunally like in the anime. Then, Suzaku sealed him in the same container C.C. was sealed. Nunally tried to stop him saying, don’t leave me alone again… But Lelouch said that the Geass and him are threat to the peace of the world.  Then, years years later, somebody opened the container who looked a lot like Nunally… his requiem ends and the rebellion begins.

Read it here. The drawing are not as good as the anime but it’s okay. You should check it out.

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2 thoughts on “Code Geass Manga Alternate Ending

  1. The original ending was a downer. R2 got a little TOO twisty IMO. I got so you did not know who to root for. Even the person you rooted for the previous episode may no longer be someone you can in the next.

    It was still enjoyable, however not as much as first season. Here are my takes on both seasons with lots o’ pics and perhaps a little wit:

    http://fortresstakes.wordpress.com/2009/04/12/code-geass-lelouch-of-the-rebellion-2006-2007-season-1-25-episodes/

    http://fortresstakes.wordpress.com/2009/08/29/code-geass-lelouch-of-the-rebellion-r2-2008-2009-season-2-25-episodes/

    1. That is true. But I think the original ending is okay. It’s a good way to end everything. A little rushed though. It would be better if there’s a lot more things happening. And well, the ending for the anime actually made you like almost all characters. i even started to like Suzaku after the ending!

      I haven’t read your entry yet. But I’ll do it now.

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