Code Geass: Oz the Reflection

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Name:

Code Geass: Oz the Reflection

JP Name:

コードギアス 双貌のオズ

Alias:

Code Geass: Soubou no Oz

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Basic Information

Code Geass: Oz the Reflection (コードギアス 双貌のオズ) is a spinoff of the Code Geass franchise, including two manga series, two 'photo stories' and a picture drama. This source tag is a child tag of Code Geass. The character designer is Kimura Takahiro; Toujou Chika is the illustrator for the two manga series: Code Geass: Oz the Reflection and Code Geass: Oz the Reflection O2; Nakada Eiji is the knightmare designer.

More Information

  • The manga was serialised in Newtype Ace, so often appears on the cover, before being transferred to Comp Ace when the former magazine was suspended.
  • A one-shot story, Code Geass: I Am the Garden of Reminiscence (コードギアス 我は還れり記憶の園), was given to those who booked tickets to see Code Geass: Akito the Exiled 2, that was illustrated by Toujou Chika. The story involves both Akito the Exiled and Oz the Reflection, so is tagged with both.

Tagging Information

  • This source tag is used for characters and images exclusive to Oz the Reflection.
  • The Code Geass recap movies briefly show characters from Oz the Reflection, but they are still tagged as being exclusive to the latter source.
  • Geass can be tagged with heterochromia if the character has mismatching-colored eyes. It may also require the magic tag, despite geass not being called magic within the series.
  • Oldrin Zevon and Orpheus Zevon are twins who both share the nickname of Oz, therefore images containing either sibling require this character tag. They may also require the twins theme tag if they are together and look similar in the image.
  • Orpheus Zevon is an accepted trap when posing as a girl

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Notes

  1. Volume 9 of Newtype Ace (2012) included two Oz the Reflection phone charms, featuring Oldrin Zevon.

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