To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Code Geass anime series, Japanese figure and hobby store AmiAmi is releasing some new merchandise in November. These new goods will include Geass Mark temporary tattoos, clear folders depicting Lelouch Vi Britannia and Suzaku Kururugi in fine regalia, and a collection of four patches featuring symbols from the series.
The temporary tattoos can be applied to the skin without using water and will come in a two-pack along with a postcard of either Lelouch or C.C. They will cost ¥1,300 (about $11). The clear folder depicting Lelouch as Emperor and Suzaku as the Knight of Zero will cost ¥2,200 (about $19) and will come with a mini-poster of the same illustration. The set of four adhesive embroidered patches feature the Geass Mark, the emblem of the Order of the Black Knights, Suzaku’s knight insignia, and the mark of the Holy Britannian Armed Forces. These will cost ¥2,400 (about $21).
The Code Geass 15th anniversary merchandise will be available in November 2021, with preorders now open on the AmiAmi webshop. A brand-new anime series titled Code Geass: Z of the Recapture was announced in December 2020, and is currently without a release date. To celebrate the new series, the 2019 film Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection was re-released in 4D in Japanese theaters on January 29, 2022.