Zero

Zero is an anime episode of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion that was released on 07/28/2007

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Ep. 25

Zero - ゼロ (Zero)

 
The rebellion has come to the final score. This is the end of the path that Lelouch has walked. The Black Knights have shattered, the truth of Marianne is still out of reach, Nunnally has been taken away, and he's finally been exposed as Zero. Kallen, in shock, can only bare witness when the demon has been exposed. Suzaku's worst fear is confirmed as he looks into the cold eyes of Euphy's killer, and is determined to correct the mistake of Lelouch's birth and take Nunnally away.

Summary

 
Opening Theme- 
"Hitomi no Tsubasa"  - 瞳ノ翼 (Eye's Wing)' by Access
Lyrics by Akio Inoue 
Composed / Arranged by Daisuke Asakura    

Ending Theme-
"Mosaic Kakera - モザイクカケラ (Mosaic Fragments)" by SunSet Swish
Lyrics / Composition by Junzo Ishida
Arrangement by Masayuki Sakamoto

Just as Zero is about to open the door to save Nunnally, he is confronted by Suzaku, who now knows of his Geass power and taunts him on how could he use this power to hide in the shadows while others are blamed for doing his dirty work. Because of this, Zero is just an arrogant coward, his true nature. Suzaku senses Kallen is putting him at gunpoint from behind and asks her if she also wants to know who Zero is. When she asks what is he saying, Suzaku replies that she has a right to witness it.
 
He shoots the top of Zero's mask, causing to break it to two and fall off. Suzaku and Kallen have finally discover that Lelouch is Zero. The latter falls to her knees in shock, demanding to know how he could be Zero all this time. To her, this appears to be the worst humiliation she could suffer. 
 
Disappointed by the revelation, Suzaku admits that he didn't want Zero to be his best friend. Kallen asks him if he's been using Japanese people, including her, as pawns and Lelouch replies that it is for Japan to be free, and there's no point complaining about it. Kallen cries about it.
 
Suzaku admits that he should have arrest Lelouch when he has the chance. When being asked if he knew Lelouch's secret all along, he replies that he's not sure and tries to not to believe it. He really wanted to believe in Lelouch, but is disappointed that he's been lying to him, Euphie, and Nunnally. Lelouch tells Suzaku the bad news that Nunnally is kidnapped and they must work together to rescue her.
 
However, Suzaku refuses to do so. Angered by this, Lelouch straps a liquid sakuradite to his chest and threatens him that if he shoots it, they, along with Kallen, will die. Suzaku plans to kill Lelouch since he thinks his existence is a mistake.
 
Lelouch points his gun at Suzaku as the two former best friends begin to shoot at each other.
 

Points of Interest

  • In the original concept for the very end, A scene was cut of C.C. being crushed within the Gawain for being too graphic.

Characters & Voice Actors

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Lelouch Lamperouge ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Johnny Yong Bosch ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Jun Fukuyama ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
C.C. ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Yukana Nogami ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Kate Higgins ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Cornelia Li Britannia ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Junko Minagawa ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
V.V. ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kallen Kozuki ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Ami Koshimizu ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Karen Strassman ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Suzaku Kururugi ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Takahiro Sakurai ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Yuri Lowenthal ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Kyoshiro Tohdoh ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Steve Blum ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Yuji Takada ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Gilbert G.P. Guilford ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Yoshiyuki Kono ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Roger C. Smith ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Cécile Croomy ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kikuko Inoue ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Deborah Sale Butler ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Lloyd Asplund ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Liam O'Brien ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Tetsu Shiratori ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Nina Einstein ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Saeko Chiba ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Kim Mai Guest ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Milly Ashford ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Julie Ann Taylor ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Sayaka Ohara ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Rivalz Cardemonde ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Noriaki Sugiyama ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Brian Beacock ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Shirley Fenette ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Fumiko Orikasa ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Amy Kincaid ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Nunnally Lamperouge ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Jeremiah Gottwald ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Crispin Freeman ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Ken Narita ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Villetta Nu ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Megan Hollingshead ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Akeno Watanabe ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Kaname Ohgi ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kirk Thornton ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Mitsuaki Madono ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Shinichiro Tamaki ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kazunari Tanaka ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Michael Lindsay ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Kaguya Sumeragi ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Stephanie Sheh ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Mika Kanai ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Rakshata Chawla ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Laura Bailey ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Masayo Kurata ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Diethard Ried ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Jouji (George) Nakata ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Jamieson Price ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Zero ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Jun Fukuyama ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Johnny Yong Bosch ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Marianne Vi Britannia ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Euphemia Li Britannia ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Bartley Asprius ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Katsuhisa Hoki ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Peter Spellos ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Yoshitaka Minami ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Yasuyuki Kase ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Keith Silverstein ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Arthur ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Michelle Ruff ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Kento Sugiyama ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Noriaki Sugiyama ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Grant George ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Shogo Asahina ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Atsushi Kisaichi ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Steve Staley ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Claudio S. Darlton ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Nagisa Chiba ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Saeko Chiba ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Laura Bailey ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)
Inoue ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kikuko Inoue ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (Japanese)
Cindy Robinson ( x ) ( x ) ( x ) (English)

Credits

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Tetsuya Watanabe Design Director
Goro Taniguchi Director Goro Taniguchi is a Japanese anime series director, writer, producer, and storyboard artist.
Kevin Seymour ADR Director (English) Kevin Seymour is a US ADR director.
Takahiro Kimura Character Artist/Designer
CLAMP Character Artist/Designer One of Japan's most successful mangaka, CLAMP is actually four women who originally worked together creating doujinshi and then went pro.
Ichiro Okochi Writer Ichirō Ōkouchi is a novelist and screenplay writer. He wrote the screnplay for the anime series Code Geass, Code Geass R2, and Eureka Seven.
Hitomi Kuroishi Music
Tsukasa Sunaga Storyboard
Kotaro Nakagawa Music
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