Code Geass Arthur on Misty Streets case files: release starts March 1
Kodoani.com – Kadokawa is listing that they will be releasing a novel by author Kōhei Azano (Tokyo Ravens) with illustrations by sakusya2 titled Code Geass Arthur on the Misty Streets case file: started (Code Geass Kiri Kyō no Arthur case file: started). The novel will release on March 1. The novel is adapted from one of the stories contained in the mobile game Code Geass : Genesic Re;CODE by Sunrise.
The story of the prequel novel is set in London in the summer of 1887. Two young men Conan Watson and Arthur Holmes meet in a corner of London. Watson is a college student from the countryside and dreams of becoming a doctor. Holmes is a self-proclaimed inventor and an eccentric young man, driven by his curiosity. By a twist of fate, they end up living together. After a certain incident, Watson and Holmes begin to get entangled in some mysterious incidents in London. In every episode, Watson witnessed how Arthur solved the mystery with his genius deduction.
Mobile game Code Geass : Genesic Re;CODE launches in October 2021 after many delays. Game announced in January that it would end its service on April 27.
Sunrise, Ichiro Okouchi and Goro Taniguchi of the Code Geass anime are credited with writing the game’s original story, with Okouchi and Taniguchi serving as executive supervisors. CLAMP is responsible for the original character designs. Azano, Ao Jūmonji, Bisui Takahashi and others drafted the story scripts for each part. JORO developed the game and the game features animated sequences from Sunrise. The staff called the game “the official sequel to the Code Geass franchise.”
The Code Geass anime film premiered in 2006, followed by a sequel in 2008. The series has inspired numerous manga and anime series, including the Code Geass: Akito the Exiled spinoff premiered in 2012.
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection, the most recent anime in the series, premiered in February 2019 in 120 theaters in Japan. Producer Kōjirō Taniguchi said in April 2019 that the anime is “phase 1” of a 10-year plan for new content in the Code Geass series.
Azano launched the Tokyo Ravens light novel series in May 2010 with illustrations by Sumihei . The novel has inspired a main manga adaptation and several spin-off manga. The light novel series was also adapted into a 24-episode television anime in 2013.