Code Geass Gets Blu-ray Release from Funimation

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016

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Code Geass | Collector's Edition

A new Home Video release to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Code Geass.

At AX 2016, Funimation announced that Code Geass would be receiving a home video release on Blu-ray. Both Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion and Code Geass R2 will be made available on Blu-ray on October 4, 2016.

The release coincides with the 10th anniversary of the series. For this Blu-ray release, a new Japanese 5.1 surround sound audio mix will be used. This is the same audio mix used for the recent Japanese box sets. All of the music and sound effects for the show have been completely re-recorded. The re-recording was done under the supervision of director Goro Taniguchi.

The Blu-ray release will feature both the original Japanese voices and the original English dub.

The home video release will come in a Collector’s Edition and standard edition Blu-ray or DVD. Both seasons will be offered separately for the standard edition releases.

Code Geass | Chipboard Box

The Collector’s Edition will come in a chipboard box accentuated with metallic ink. It will come with 16 art cards by manga artists, CLAMP. The art on the card was previously only available in Japan-only art book.

Pre-orders for both the Collector’s and standard edition of the Blu-ray will go live on July 15th.

Are you excited to relive the story of Code Geass?


About Patrick Aguda

Patrick is an avid fan of both video games and anime. He has been a fan of anime since his older sister introduced him to the genre when he was younger. He grew up watching shows such as Cardcaptor Sakura, Digimon Adventure, Gundam Wing, Dragon Ball Z, Tenchi Muyo and Yu Yu Hakusho. His favorite games include Persona 3 Portable, Steambot Chronicles and the .hack//G.U. trilogy. He strongly believes that Sinon, Maki and Mash are best girls.