Academy: Isolation

Academy: Isolation is an anime episode of Guilty Crown that was released on 01/19/2012

Two weeks have passed since Mana has been sealed away. Shu and Inori along with Ayase and Tsugumi have been cut off from their families after the GHQ has blockaded the entire area that was affected by the potential Lost Christmas event that occurred during the prior two weeks. The student of Tennozu First High School that were isolated in the blockaded area, known as Loop 7, have naturally gathered in the school to seek refuge. When well the GHQ finally allow those in Loop 7 to be released? And what will Arisa Kuhouin plan in order to calm down the anxious students?

Plot Summary

Opening theme:

"The Everlasting Guilty Crown" by EGOIST

Two weeks has passed since the Apocalypse Virus occurred. Shu narrates that the students cannot contact their parents due to the blockade. Inori and Shu leaves together with Shu asking Gai. Later, Ayase trips, and some punks try to offer help to her. Even though Ayase tries to brush them off, one of the punks try to grope her. Shu intervenes, but Tsugumi drops with a missile kick to one of the perverts. She accuses both Shu and the punks as the perverts. With more people coming, the guys walk away. Ayase tells everyone to go away because she doesn't want help or them watching her climbing into her wheelchair. Since Gai is gone, the Funeral Parlor has been divided due to the blockades.

Somewhere in school, Hare, Arisa, Yahiro, Souta, and Canon talk about the situation, yet Souta tells them to do a festival to lighten the mood. Everyone agrees except Yahiro who remain silent. At GHQ, Segai expresses his distaste for boredom. Back to Shu and Yahiro, Yahiro holds his Void, and Shu explains his powers had changed. At school, Shu and Yahiro sees Tsugumi pressuring Kanon wearing animal ears for the maid cafe booth in the festival. Souta informs Shu that Inori is going to do her egotist. At night, Tsugumi bumps into Daryl, and she hands him boxes to hold. Daryl wonders why, so Tsugumi hands him a lollipop for his reward. Though, she had to force him. In a room, Hare compliments Ayase on her expert flower making, and she thanks Ayase. Meanwhile, Daryl calls Segai and informs him that everyone from Funeral Parlor is there. Afterwards, he states that he'll make Tsugumi pay for his humiliation as he licks his candy rose.

On the day of the festival, Tsugumi pushes Ayase as they explore the festival. From the rooftops, two gun men look in disgust at the festival. A man from the warmhearted men gang offers them a Enclave and Humvee. (Segai is seen offering them the weapons). Tsugumi tries to offer food to Ayase. Ayase slaps her hand and asks her why Tsugumi cut the connection to her Enclave during the last battle. Ayase states that she wanted to die alongside Gai. As Inori prepares, Shu tries to cheer up Ayase who blames herself for Gai's death. Yet, Shu states he did it. Suddenly, a bunch of men attack the festival, and Shu tries to get Ayase to safety. Though, Ayase refuses and she begs Shu to let her stand on her own. Ayase informs Shu that Gai gave her legs to run fast and far. Back at the festival, Ayase saves Menjo from getting run over with her new Void feet. When one of the men tries to shoot Ayase, Tsugumi has funnel catch the guy. When an Enclave attacks, Shu slashes the robot in half with Inori's sword. Later that night, Inori sings while Ayase thanks Shu. Then, Souta and Tsugumi get the TV back on. Shu sees Keido giving a speech on wiping the disease as the new president of Japan.

Closing theme:

"Kokuhaku" by Supercell

Points of Interest

  • New opening and ending theme songs are shown in this episode.
  • Ayase's Void are metallic legs that allow her to run, glide, and fly

Characters & Voice Actors

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Shu Ouma ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Yuki Kaji ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Ayase Shinomiya ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kana Hanazawa ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Yahiro Samukawa ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Souta Tamadate ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Daisuke Sakaguchi ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Kanon Kusama ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Minako Kotobuki ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Hare Menjou ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Funnell ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Inori Yuzuriha ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Ai Kayano ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Daryl Yan ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Arisa Kuhouin ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Aya Endou ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Tsugumi ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Ayana Taketatsu ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Makoto Waltz Seiga ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Nobutoshi Canna ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Keido Shuuichirou ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kazuhiko Inoue ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)


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Redjuice Graphics Concept Artist Redjuice Graphics is a company that is in charge of the character design and CG for Guilty Crown franchise. This is listed as a person because on Animenewsnetwork, they are credited for the original character design for Guilty Crown.
Hiromi Kato Character Artist/Designer
Tetsuro Araki Director Tetsuro Araki is a Japanese anime director who's famous for directing Death Note and Highschool of the Dead.
Hiroyuki Yoshino (screenwriter) Series Composition The creator of Seikon no Qwaser who is also a screenwriter for Sunrise Studio.
Ichiro Okochi Series Composition Ichirō Ōkouchi is a novelist and screenplay writer. He wrote the screnplay for the anime series Code Geass, Code Geass R2, and Eureka Seven.
Yusuke Takeda Art Director Art Director for Occult Academy, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, and 009-1
Satoshi Kadowaki Animation Director


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