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I thought I would take the time to present two more of my Code Geass R2 based 4komas.
Actually, these two were the first I actually made. I didn't start making these until after I saw the third episode and was inspired. It was after the fifth episode I started making them a weekly series. I wasn't so concerned with canon of he story at first. Which would explain why Kallen appears in the school scene when she was never in the school at that time.
The ones I presented for the first and second episode were made after the 4koma I based upon the twenty-second episode. I went back to fill the gaps I had missed earlier before I started moving on with the series after that kiss with Kallen.
 

Code Geass R2 - Episode 03
Code Geass R2 - Episode 03


CodeGeass R2 - Episode 3
CodeGeass R2 - Episode 3

I know these are quite cheesecake filled, but, ladies, I swear to you I do have some beefcake in theses as well. I'm not an artist who abandons his female fans.
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Back when I was watching the second season of the anime Code Geass, with the moniker of R2, I found myself inspired to start making some sort comic series referred to in Japan as 4komas. Originally, I was just following inspiration of the series, but with each passing week I found myself with more and more ideas. I decided to start creating a series. I saw it not only as fun, but as a writing exercise. I would watch an episode of Code Geass R2 and I would try to find something in that episode to make a 4koma based upon. The goal was to write, design, draw, and color a 4koma before the next episode was to air. (Though after the twenty-second episode I put aside making them weekly.) I wanted these characters to stay as close in character as possible. As in the tradition of the Audio Dramas.
These have actually become quite popular on anime sites like 4chan. I've been told these have been translated to Vietnamese, Japanese, and currently someone asked for my permission to translated my comics into Spanish. Though, I have yet to personally see these translated versions. I love the idea that fans in Japan could be enjoying my artwork.

Most 4komas are made in a very simple manner. I wanted to make more detailed designs and background than you find in most 4komas, but to still be able to recognize the settings. These can be funny on their own, but if you haven't seen the episodes it makes it hard at times. 
These are the first two in the series.
 
CodeGeass R2 - Episode 1
CodeGeass R2 - Episode 1

Code Geass R2 - Episode 2
Code Geass R2 - Episode 2
For any reading this I hope you enjoy.
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