Disney+ to Premiere Code Geass: Roze of the Recapture on June 21. 

Howdy! Anime enthusiasts, let’s bombard with you some anime industry news. Code Geass: Roze of the Recapture is all set to debut on Disney+ on June 21. The official Twitter page for Disney+ Japan revealed the news. The 12-episode anime series has already started screening in Japanese theatres, divided into 4 parts. The first part premiered on May 10, the second on June 7, the third on July 5 and the fourth will premiere on Aug 2. 

Code geass: Roze of the recapture

At first, the anime was named Code Geass: Z of the Recapture but later it was changed into Code Geass; Roze of the Recapture due to political issues. 

Staff and cast

Yoshimitsu Ohashi ( Galaxy Angel, Kokkoku) is directing the new anime with Noboru Kimura (Accel World, Ah My Buddha) as the scriptwriter for the anime series at Sunrise Studios. Takahiro Kimura (Blood+, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion) is returning to design characters along with Shuichi Shimamura (Aikatsu Stars, Clockwork Planet) based on the original character designs by CLAMP. Kenji Kawai (Ghost in the Shell) is composing the music. 

Other staff members include: 

  • Knightmare Frame Designer: Junichi Akatsu 
  • Mechanical Designer: Satoshi Shigeta 
  • Main Animator: Takahiro Kimura, Hidekazu Shimamura

 The Anime also features Kohei Amasaki as Roze, Makoto Furukawa as Ash, and Reina Ueda as Sakuya. 

Code Geass

The new series of anime follows the mercenary brothers Roze and Ash in the seventh year of the Kouwa Era. The two have some extraordinary qualities of a pilot, negotiations, and strategy skills. The two brothers must join forces with a Japanese resistance force to battle against Neo Britannica. Their main goal is to free Sakuya Sumeragi. 

The franchise debuted on MBS TV stations in 2006 and the popularity of Lelouch of the Rebellion with its release in 2008 was huge. The Franchise also includes Light Novels, manga, and video games. 

Source: Anime news Network


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