Designed and compiled over three years, this Collector’s Edition comes in an extravagant boxing, with four shelves and pull-out compartments. The packaging has a mostly black color scheme with flashes of gold (see the small rows of Lelouch’s Geass simple printed across the black fabric).
The interior art of the box shows Lelouch alongside his frenemy Suzaku Kururugi; the top lid is adorned with a print of the two from the series’ fourth-end credits sequence, “Waga Routashi Aku no Hana.
Inside this box are four Blu-ray sets, each in high definition, with a 16:9 aspect ratio, and with both the Japanese and English audio included. The Blu-rays are as follows:
“Code Geass” Season 1 (Episodes 1-25)
“Code Geass” Season 2/”R2″ (Episode 26-50)
Spin-off series “Akito the Exiled”
The four “Code Geass” movies
The first three movies — “Initiation,” “Transgression,” and “Glorification” — are a compilation trilogy. Directed by original series director Gorō Taniguchi, they condense “Lelouch of the Rebellion” from about 20 hours to seven, making a few changes to the story along the way. The fourth, “Lelouch of the Re;surrection,” carries on from this retelling. The three compilation movies have not been dubbed into English, but “Re;surrection” was, with the original cast returning 10 years later.