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CODE GEASS AND LUCKY STAR INVADE THE WEB!
February 21, 2008 (Cypress, CA) – Bandai Entertainment Inc. announced today that it has
launched my space pages for two of its new series Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion and
Lucky Star can be found at www.myspace.com/luckystardvd and Code Geass can be found at
“There’s so much talk going on about both these series we wanted a place for fans to come and
really express their interest,” said Director of Marketing Robert Napton
Similarly, the series websites, code-geass.bandai-ent.com as well as lucky-star.bandai-ent.com
are currently live with information and news with new many new updates planned.
“There’s going to be some announcements in the coming weeks about a special event related to
both series, so stay tuned to both websites as those will be the first to have the information,”
Napton continued, “and there’s are lot of upcoming convention news fans will want to hear
Lucky Star is a 24 episode television series from Kyoto Animation, the same anime production
company that created the anime series for Haruhi. Lucky Star’s main character is Konata Izumi,
a lazy high school girl who isn’t interested in anything besides anime and video games. The
series is described as the ultimate “otaku anime,” -- it pays tribute to anime culture and other
series with in-jokes and hilarious references.
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion features animation studio Sunrise and a story by Goro
Taniguchi (s-CRY-ed, Planetes) and Ichiro Okouchi (Eureka SeveN, Planetes) and character
designs by the legendary manga creators CLAMP. The story is a military drama with intricate
plot lines and robotic action about the character Lelouch and his journey to overthrow a
totalitarian regime that has invaded Japan.
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About Bandai Entertainment Inc.
Bandai Entertainment Inc. is a subsidiary of Namco Bandai Holdings (USA) Inc. and the premier
distributor of Japanese animation on DVD and programming for television broadcast in North
America. Titles include The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Cowboy Bebop, Outlaw Star,
Escaflowne, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Gundam Seed Destiny, My Hime, and