Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch - Nunnally in Wonderland

Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland

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Japanese: コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ ナナリーinワンダーランド
English: Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland
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Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 27, 2012
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Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Original
Genres: ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Theme: ParodyParody
Duration: 28 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.441 (scored by 3461734,617 users)
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Ranked: #67402
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Popularity: #2255
Members: 67,539
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On a bright, peaceful day, siblings Nunnally and Lelouch Lamperouge take a moment to relax under a tree. When Nunnally asks him to tell her a story, Lelouch, who is unflinchingly resolute in doing his utmost for his sister, makes unique use of his Geass ability, breaking barriers to tell the most entertaining story he can.

Awakening alone under the tree, the previously blind Nunnally finds that she can see again and immediately spots a strange rabbit that resembles Anya Alstreim, the Knight of Six. The sight of this rabbit sends Nunnally falling down a hole, leading her to a colorful wonderland. Narrated by Lelouch himself, Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch - Nunnally in Wonderland follows the lost Nunnally as she searches for a way back home, meeting a slew of colorful, familiar characters along the way.

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Baba, Makoto
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Urakami, Yasuo
Sound Director
Nomura, Yuuichi
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Jul 30, 2012
pxiao (All reviews)
When starting the special, one might be put off by the mostly still frame animation. But the comedy of the story makes up for it. The special only works if one has finished both Code Geass series. The special right away shows that it is not a serious and intelligent story that the series is famous for, by having Lelouch break the fourth wall right away. The story creatively blends the major characters of Code Geass with Alice in Wonderland and other stories. Much of the comedy is based on jokes on major plot elements of both series and making extreme of characteristics that read more
Jul 30, 2012
Karhu (All reviews)
When downloading an episode of anime takes 7 seconds, you might think that there must be something wrong with that file. Maybe they forgot to put the actual vid and there is only the audio, or someone is playing tricks with you by uploading shitz with wrong name. But when you open the file with your media player, and you notice that there is no animation in this anime, then everything makes sense. No.. wait.. Why the fuck is there no animation in this shit!? That makes no sense.

If this ain't milk then I ain't tired. And I haven't slept in 36 hours.
Every read more
Aug 7, 2012
_mahoushoujos_ (All reviews)
Before watching this special, you might want to have a Wikipedia summary of Code Geass at hand, especially if you have not watched the main series in a while. Nunnally in Wonderland references many events from the series, so it's good to be familiar with them.

Now, onto the review.

The main premise of the special is that Lelouch tries to tell an interesting story to Nunnally, like he used to when he was younger. He envisions his sister in his own version of Wonderland, with most of the other characters from the original series make brief appearances. Crazy things ensue, and many people will find this read more
Aug 1, 2012
makoa69 (All reviews)
Bahaha! Man this was quite an interesting thirty minutes indeed!
Soooo, first and foremost, if you haven't heard by now, this "OVA" is hardly that. It feels much more like a visual novel if anything. There's hardly any actual animation; the entire thing is mostly just a bunch of still images being shown in a slideshow. That doesn't automatically make it bad though. They actually gathered quite a few of the original voice actors to perform for this OVA, but not all of them. (I'd like to note that I found it really funny whenever Nunnally came across a character who never says anything, probably read more

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