Really? It was the one about how since Code supposedly activates after the person dies, it would be impossible for Nunally to see Code visions, since Lelouch hadn't died yet. I thought this was a really good point, so I'm surprised if no one responded to it.
Nope, I believe that Lelouch is dead and may he R.I.P, but knowing that this was ultimately, or should I say inevitably, in his plans for Nunnally and a peaceful world, makes me weep for his death. I appreciate the meaning behind it even more now.
And pssh, the ending is only ambiguous because people are squinting their eyes too hard trying to find loopholes.
Yep, I do live in Mexico, but I live in the Northwest part of Mexico City and college (UNAM) is in the Southwest part... Since Mexico City (capital) and the State of Mexico(a state) are neighbors, I live almost in the outskirts of the city, but the city is so big that the frontier does not exist anymore...
Me too. I used to watch more manga than anime, now it's the opposite. I guess I got tired eventually. Nowadays, I choose quality over quantity. It's kinda , 'cause I think it'll take a long time before another anime as epic as CG comes along.
And *sigh* I just read something from another board about Lelouch's end which made me even more