Code Geass: Akito the Exiled Gets U.S. Premiere Screening at Otakon



  • Maryland anime convention Otakon announced last Friday that Funimation will screen the United States premiere of the Code Geass: Akito the Exiled video anime series at the convention on Sunday, August 14 at 10:15 a.m. EDT. Director Kazuki Akane and producer Yoshitaka Kawaguchi will attend the screening and will hold a Q&A session.

    The Code Geass: Akito the Exiled series is a spinoff of the original Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion television anime series. Set in between the two seasons of the original series during the Britannian invasion of Europe, Akito the Exiled centers around Akito Hyuga, a member of the "W-0" unit, a suicide outfit of exiled Japanese (Elevens) sent to the battlefield to perform dangerous missions against Britannia, with only a 5% survival rate.

    The first episode debuted in Japan with a theatrical screening in 2012, and the fifth and final episode opened in theaters in Japan on February 6. All five Japanese home video releases of the episodes contain English subtitles. Funimation licensed the series in 2013.



  • @torker666:

    Maryland anime convention Otakon announced last Friday that Funimation will screen the United States premiere of the Code Geass: Akito the Exiled video anime series at the convention on Sunday, August 14 at 10:15 a.m. EDT. Director Kazuki Akane and producer Yoshitaka Kawaguchi will attend the screening and will hold a Q&A session.

    The Code Geass: Akito the Exiled series is a spinoff of the original Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion television anime series. Set in between the two seasons of the original series during the Britannian invasion of Europe, Akito the Exiled centers around Akito Hyuga, a member of the "W-0" unit, a suicide outfit of exiled Japanese (Elevens) sent to the battlefield to perform dangerous missions against Britannia, with only a 5% survival rate.

    The first episode debuted in Japan with a theatrical screening in 2012, and the fifth and final episode opened in theaters in Japan on February 6. All five Japanese home video releases of the episodes contain English subtitles. Funimation licensed the series in 2013.

    Will it be English Dub was the question????



  • @gohan6425:

    Will it be English Dub was the question????

    No, the screening at Otakon will be subtitled. I am certain it will be dubbed for the home release, though.



  • @SpacemanHardy:

    No, the screening at Otakon will be subtitled. I am certain it will be dubbed for the home release, though.

    Do we know WHEN? And do we know the voice casting yet??? That made us LONG enough for this… -_-



  • I have a feeling they'll announce the home media release at Otakon. Would anyone like that cast list I made again?



  • @Gemnist:

    I have a feeling they'll announce the home media release at Otakon. Would anyone like that cast list I made again?

    We need the Code Geass English Cast BACK for this show…



  • @gohan6425:

    We need the Code Geass English Cast BACK for this show…

    We hear you loud and clear Gohan.

    I imagine most to all of the returning cast members will reprise their roles, but at this we just do not know.



  • I'll take that as a yes. Here you go:

    ''Main characters''

    Akito Hyuga - Micah Solusod
    Young Akito - Tia Ballard
    Leila Malcal - Trina Nishimura
    Young Leila - Leah Clark
    Ryo Sayama - Mike McFarland
    Yukiya Naruse - Aaron Dismuke
    Ayano Kosaka - Luci Christian

    ''European Union''

    Anna Clement - Monica Rial
    Hilda Fagan - Brittney Karbowski
    Chloe Winkel - Jad Saxton
    Sarah Danes - Jamie Marchi
    Ferilli Baltrow - Cherami Leigh
    Olivia Reuel - Felecia Angelle
    Kate Novak - Bryn Apprill
    Joe Wise - Sonny Strait
    David - Jarrod Greene
    Gene Smilas - Kent Williams
    Dimensional Supervisor - Maxey Whitehead
    Pierre Anou - Patrick Seitz
    Ioan Malcal - Jerry Jewell
    Stephane Malcal - Aaron Roberts
    Daniel Malcal - Chris Rager
    Oscar Hamel - Jason Liebrecht
    Claus Warwick - Chuck Huber
    Sophie Randle - Colleen Clinkenbeard
    Fortune-telling Gypsy - Wendy Powell

    ''Britannian soldiers''

    Ashley Ashra - Todd Haberkorn
    Johanne Fabius - Austin Tindle
    Rene Laurent - Clifford Chapin
    Jan Manes - Justin Briner
    Simon Mericourt - Josh Grelle
    Kuzan Montoban - Joel McDonald
    Alan Necker - Ricco Fajardo
    Franz Vallo - Robert McCollum
    Scholtz - Ian Sinclair
    Dore - David Trosko
    Brondello - Alex Organ

    ''Euro-Britannia''

    Shin Hyuga Shaing - Eric Vale
    Young Shin - Lindsay Seidel
    Jean Rowe - Brina Palencia
    Mrs. Hyuga - Stephanie Young
    Mr. Hyuga - Mark Stoddard
    Geass Skull - Christopher Sabat
    Bradow Breisgau - Sean Hennigan
    Claudia Breisgau - Jessica Cavanagh
    Augusta Henry Velaines - Matthew Mercer
    Michele Manfredi - J. Michael Tatum
    Andrea Farnese - Christopher Bevins
    Micheal Augustus - John Swasey
    Gaudefroy du Villon - Phil Parsons
    Raymond du Saint-Gilles - R. Bruce Elliot
    Alice Shaing - Alexis Tipton
    Maria Shaing - Lydia Mackay

    ''Returning characters''

    Julius Kingsley/Lelouch vi Britannia - Johnny Yong Bosch
    Suzaku Kururugi - Yuri Lowenthal
    C.C. - Kate Higgins
    Rolo Lamperouge - Spike Spencer

    Also, if they can't get Yuri, I would have Ricco Fajardo play Suzaku (their voices are actually VERY similar) and David Matranga play the character I assigned Ricco to.



  • @Gemnist:

    I'll take that as a yes. Here you go:

    ''Main characters''

    Akito Hyuga - Micah Solusod
    Young Akito - Tia Ballard
    Leila Malcal - Trina Nishimura
    Young Leila - Leah Clark
    Ryo Sayama - Mike McFarland
    Yukiya Naruse - Aaron Dismuke
    Ayano Kosaka - Luci Christian

    ''European Union''

    Anna Clement - Monica Rial
    Hilda Fagan - Brittney Karbowski
    Chloe Winkel - Jad Saxton
    Sarah Danes - Jamie Marchi
    Ferilli Baltrow - Cherami Leigh
    Olivia Reuel - Felecia Angelle
    Kate Novak - Bryn Apprill
    Joe Wise - Sonny Strait
    David - Jarrod Greene
    Gene Smilas - Kent Williams
    Dimensional Supervisor - Maxey Whitehead
    Pierre Anou - Patrick Seitz
    Ioan Malcal - Jerry Jewell
    Stephane Malcal - Aaron Roberts
    Daniel Malcal - Chris Rager
    Oscar Hamel - Jason Liebrecht
    Claus Warwick - Chuck Huber
    Sophie Randle - Colleen Clinkenbeard
    Fortune-telling Gypsy - Wendy Powell

    ''Britannian soldiers''

    Ashley Ashra - Todd Haberkorn
    Johanne Fabius - Austin Tindle
    Rene Laurent - Clifford Chapin
    Jan Manes - Justin Briner
    Simon Mericourt - Josh Grelle
    Kuzan Montoban - Joel McDonald
    Alan Necker - Ricco Fajardo
    Franz Vallo - Robert McCollum
    Scholtz - Ian Sinclair
    Dore - David Trosko
    Brondello - Alex Organ

    ''Euro-Britannia''

    Shin Hyuga Shaing - Eric Vale
    Young Shin - Lindsay Seidel
    Jean Rowe - Brina Palencia
    Mrs. Hyuga - Stephanie Young
    Mr. Hyuga - Mark Stoddard
    Geass Skull - Christopher Sabat
    Bradow Breisgau - Sean Hennigan
    Claudia Breisgau - Jessica Cavanagh
    Augusta Henry Velaines - Matthew Mercer
    Michele Manfredi - J. Michael Tatum
    Andrea Farnese - Christopher Bevins
    Micheal Augustus - John Swasey
    Gaudefroy du Villon - Phil Parsons
    Raymond du Saint-Gilles - R. Bruce Elliot
    Alice Shaing - Alexis Tipton
    Maria Shaing - Lydia Mackay

    ''Returning characters''

    Julius Kingsley/Lelouch vi Britannia - Johnny Yong Bosch
    Suzaku Kururugi - Yuri Lowenthal
    C.C. - Kate Higgins
    Rolo Lamperouge - Spike Spencer

    Also, if they can't get Yuri, I would have Ricco Fajardo play Suzaku (their voices are actually VERY similar) and David Matranga play the character I assigned Ricco to.

    "Sophie Randle - Colleen Clinkenbeard" >0



  • Young Akito only has a few lines, and they sound very much like Happy, so why not? As for Monica, I immediately thought she would be good for Anna BECAUSE of Mirajane.



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  • @Gemnist:

    Young Akito only has a few lines, and they sound very much like Happy, so why not? As for Monica, I immediately thought she would be good for Anna BECAUSE of Mirajane.

    The kid role and the older role are too different voices dude…



  • I know. I was just explaining why Tia would be good for Young Akito and why Monica would be good for Anna.



  • @Gemnist:

    I know. I was just explaining why Tia would be good for Young Akito and why Monica would be good for Anna.

    I'm tellin' ya, man. Snow to a cactus. :hmm:



  • @SpacemanHardy:

    I'm tellin' ya, man. Snow to a cactus. :hmm:

    I'm tellin' ya underdog trying to prove a stubborn authority person is wrong… :hmm:



  • Whoa whoa whoa. Why am I a stubborn authority figure?



  • @Gemnist:

    Whoa whoa whoa. Why am I a stubborn authority figure?

    Uh??? That was not to you that was to SpacemanHardy… How did you not see that I was reply to him not you? :hmm:


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