So of course it feels like Code Geass still belongs alongside modern anime; plenty of new anime still wish they could be Code Geass, and I don’t blame them.
Code Geass is the first in recent memory to hit that point and feel right at home in the current anime environment.
It’s the same reason that writing a ten-year retrospective on it feels so strange: Code Geass is as modern as they come.
Of course that’s not the case; the Blu-ray format had only been officially released for a few months by the time Code Geass started!
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