In the final chapter of the spin-off manga from Bisui Takahashi and illustrated by Atsushi Soga, Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch Gaiden - Shiro no Kishi Kurenai no YashaIt has been confirmed that the work will end with the next chapter, which will be an epilogue.

Takahashi and Soga have started posting the manga on the website Comic Newtype from the publisher Kadokawa in November 2017, and the play entered its final story arc in December 2019. The third compiled volume was released in November 2019. This spin-off manga tells stories about Suzaku and Kallen that were not told in the original story.

On the other hand, the original series Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch was produced by studios sunrise, directed by Goro Taniguchi and written by Ichiro Okouchi, with original designs by CLAMP. The story revolves around the exiled Prince Lelouch vi Britannia, who gains the "power of absolute obedience" from a mysterious woman named CC.

Synopsis for Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch

In 2010, the Holy Roman Empire of Britannia established itself as the most powerful military nation in the world, beginning with the conquest of Japan, renamed Area 11 after its devastating defeat. However, Japan was reluctant to bow to the empire's policies, and several residents are spawning possible independence.

Lelouch Lamperouge, a student in Britannia, unfortunately got caught in the crossfire between the warriors of Britannia and the rebels of Area 11. However, Lelouch manages to escape thanks to the timely appearance of a mysterious girl named CC, who grants him a geass known as "The King's Will". Lelouch realizes the potential of his new "power of absolute obedience" and embarks on a journey under the guise of the masked "Null" leading a bloody rebellion against the Holy Realm of Britannia.

Source: ANN

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