Watch the PV! Mirror 1, Mirror 2
With the special screening of Stage 24 & 25 only days away and the television broadcast a week and a half away, the official CODE GEASS website in partnership with BIGLOBE has released a two and a half minute promotional video for Stage 24 & 25 that can be found here. For those of you who get crappy speeds on BIGLOBE’s streaming, I’ve uploaded an avi version in the links above.
This promotional video seems to expand on a lot of the things from the recent commercial, but it also has its own share of interesting shots.
Looks like the Black Knights are going to employ the Raikou weapon that the Japanese Liberation Front had previous been using.
The promo seems to imply that the button Sayoko presses blows up a plane of some sort, possibly a transport.
With Zero standing behind her, Kallen takes off her visor in front of someone, likely her friends at school.
Viletta appears to be either escaping from the Black Knights, or escaping from the mob that was originally after her when we last saw her.
The Pudding Earl doesn’t look too happy after getting smacked by Suzaku.
From all the quick battle shots, it seems that Toudou’s Gekka is going to be plowing through a wave of Gloucesters, and the Lancelot/Suzaku will get to fight the Guren Nishiki/Kallen again. A later shot in promo shows the Gawain firing on the Lancelot, but it dodges. The Gawain will also go up against a new orange-colored mecha.
This must be one of the Glaston Knights, but is there a point to him putting on his visor other than looking cool?
What exactly does CODE-R mean? Is it another name for her or is it the type of person C.C. is or what? Does it have anything to do with her real name?
Since Cornelia looks fairly young in this shot, I think it’s safe to assume it’s a flashback.
The cloud and color scheme of the background in the unconscious Nunnally shot make me think that she might be with the Emperor of Britannia in that place. Or it could just be evening time.
10 more days until July 28th….
On a related side-note, the latest issue of TVstation magazine in Japan is stating that GEASS 2nd Series will be airing in October. I’m not sure I trust this news 100% since it’s mentioned more as an assumption than an announcement, so take it with a grain of salt.