The Emperor of Japan is the head of the Imperial Family and the head of state of Japan. Under the 1947 constitution, he is defined as "the symbol of the State and of the unity of the people." Historically, he was also the highest authority of the Shinto religion. In Japanese, the Emperor is called Tennō, literally "heavenly sovereign". In English, the use of the term Mikado (帝 or 御門) for the Emperor was once common, but is now considered obsolete.
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Anime News Network (ANN) is an anime industry news website that reports on the status of anime, manga, video games, Japanese popular music and other related cultures within North America, Australia, South East Asia and Japan. Additionally, it sometimes features similar happenings throughout the world. The website offers reviews and other editorial content, forums where readers can discuss current issues and events, and an encyclopedia that contains a large number of anime and manga with information on Japanese and English staff, theme songs, plot summaries, and user ratings.
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IGN (formerly Imagine Games Network) is an American video game and entertainment media website operated by IGN Entertainment Inc., a subsidiary of Ziff Davis, itself wholly owned by j2 Global. The company is located in San Francisco's SOMA district and is headed by its former editor-in-chief, Peer Schneider. The IGN website was the brainchild of media entrepreneur Chris Anderson and launched on September 29, 1996. It focuses on games, films, television, comics, technology, and other media. Originally a network of desktop websites, IGN is now also distributed on mobile platforms, console programs on the Xbox and PlayStation, FireTV, Roku, and via YouTube, Twitch, Hulu, and Snapchat.
Sayaka Ohara is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with Haikyō. Her major roles include Layla Hamilton in Kaleido Star, Yūko Ichihara in xxxHolic and Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle, Alicia Florence in Aria, Beatrice in Umineko no Naku Koro ni, Milly Ashford in Code Geass, Erza Scarlet in Fairy Tail, Irisviel in the Fate/Zero and Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya series and the initial voice of Gammisers in episode 27-34 of Kamen Rider Ghost. She has also voiced in a variety of video games and live-action overseas dubs, and hosts a number of radio shows, many of which are related to her voice projects. In 2013, she received a Best Supporting Actress award at the 7th Seiyu Awards.
Akeno Watanabe is a Japanese voice actress and narrator affiliated with Office Osawa. Some of her notable voice roles include Mao in Tales of Rebirth, Chachamaru in Negima! Magister Negi Magi, Liz Thompson in Soul Eater, Rito Yuuki in To Love-Ru, Robin Sena in Witch Hunter Robin, Halle Lidner in Death Note, and Hitch Dreyse in Attack on Titan.
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Laura Bailey is an American actress who provides voices for English-language versions of anime, animation and video games. Her debut roles in anime include Kid Trunks and Kid Dende in the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Z. She has also voiced Tohru Honda in Fruits Basket, Lust in Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Shinnosuke "Shin" Nohara in the Funimation dub of Crayon Shin-chan and Maka Albarn in Soul Eater.
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion is an anime series produced by Sunrise, Mainichi Broadcasting System, and Project Geass. The series was directed by Gorō Taniguchi who cooperated with Ichirō Ōkouchi on the script. The characters were conceived by Clamp and designed by Takahiro Kimura. The plot follows Lelouch vi Britannia who leads a rebellion group called the Black Knights to oppose the superpower, Britannia. The production of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion was revealed by an internet trailer in 2006. It premiered on Mainichi Broadcasting System on October 6, 2006 and was broadcast by a total of ten stations.
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Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ R2) is an anime series produced by Sunrise, Mainichi Broadcasting System, and Project Geass. The series was directed by Gorō Taniguchi who has also worked with Ichirō Ōkouchi on the script. The characters were conceived by Clamp and designed by Takahiro Kimura. R2 takes place a year after the events of the first series. The coup d'état by the Black Knights, led by the protagonist, Lelouch vi Britannia, ended in failure and resulted in Lelouch's capture and brainwashing. Since then, the coup has been referred to as the Black Rebellion. R2 was first announced in the April 2007 edition of Newtype.
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In the anime Code Geass, Lelouch Lamperouge kills his half-sister Euphemia li Britannia in order to stop a massacre that he accidentally ordered her to start. In the Angel Sanctuary OVA, Rosiel is shown happily saying he will murder Alexiel, who is currently inhabiting Setsuna's body, if she does not return his love. in the anime Akame ga Kill. In the Halloween film series, serial killer Michael Myers relentlessly pursues and slays both his older sister, Judith Myers in the first movie and its remake, and his younger sister, Laurie Strode in the eighth movie. In the 1962 movie What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (as well as the 1991 TV movie What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?)
The 98th Emperor of the Holy Britannia Empire and father of main character, Lelouch Lamperouge. He installs his children in important positions in the Empire to see their true abilities. He views equality as an evil that must be dispelled and encourages social battle to maintain evolution within the society. As such, he publicly supports inequality and calls for competition and fighting so as to create progress. Lelouch Vi Britannia. The 99th Emperor of the Holy Britannia Empire, as well as the titular character of series. When Lelouch ascended to the throne during, he quickly abolished many policies that grew during the Charles' reign.
This is a list of fictional princesses that have appeared in various works of fiction. This list is organized by medium and limited to well-referenced, notable examples of fictional princesses.
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Lloyd Asplund (Code Geass) – Britannian scientist who designed the Lancelot Knightmare Frame, a bipedal, humanoid superweapon entrusted to Japanese pilot Suzaku Kururugi. Bulma (Dragon Ball) – creator of the Dragon Radar and a time machine allowing Trunks to avert the conquest of the world by evil androids. Kiranin Colbock (Space Runaway Ideon) – member of a science academy. Caesar Clown (One Piece) – former marine scientist and former partner of Doctor Vegapunk; he created mass destruction weapons and human experimentation but was fired and arrested due to his unethical research methods.
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He looks like Kimihiro Watanuki from xxxHolic and has hypnotism powers as well as a personality resembling that of Lelouch Lamperouge from Code Geass (characters which, are done by the same voice actor). With it, he (loosely) controls Nagi to bring Hayate to him. The Puppet Butler piloted a Dinosaur Robot and as him, Hayate, and Hinagiku prepare for battle, his robot breaks into pieces, as he knew that it wasn't well made. Nagi's hypnosis wore off when she tasted Hayate's special cake.
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Norihiro Inoue, actor. Kenji Goto, journalist and writer. Kairi Hojo, professional wrestler. Kosuke Ito, politician. Mitsuaki Iwagō, photographer. Hideo Jinpu, politician. Yukio Jitsukawa, politician. Emi Kaneko, politician. Hiroh Kikai, photographer. Shin Kishida, actor*. Hiroto Kōmoto, singer*. Aki Maeda, actress. Masao Maruyama, film producer. Michiko Matsumoto, photographer. Shinpei Matsushita, politician. Takayuki Mikami, karateka. Kyohei Morita, rugby player. Katsuhito Nakazato, photographer. Kinoko Nasu, author. Kouhei Kadono, author. Yuka Sato, figure skater. Midori Sawato, film narrator. Yoshihide Suga, politician. Haruka Takachiho, author. Kazunori Tanaka, politician.
Jun Fukuyama is a Japanese voice actor and singer best known for his roles Lelouch (Code Geass), Ichimatsu Matsuno (Osomatsu-san), Misaki Yata (K), Joker (Persona 5), Kimihiro Watanuki (xxxHOLiC), Koro-sensei (Assassination Classroom), and Kraft Lawrence (Spice & Wolf) and several other leading roles. In 2017, Fukuyama announced his first song, along with a concert. The song is expected to be released on February 21, 2018. * Official agency profile
Code Geass Sound Episodes (Kallen Stadtfeld). Koharubiyori Drama CD (Kuon). Saki Drama CD (Haramura Nodoka). ChocoMimi Drama CD (Choco). Tales of Legendia series (Fenimor Xelhes). ~voice of character quest~1. ~voice of character quest~2. My-Otome series (Nina Wáng). Volume 1. Volume 2. Sukuran ☆ Ochakai! (School Rumble Tea Meeting) (February, March 2006). Ōkamikku Radio (December 7, 2007 – present). Arika & Nina no Otometic Radio (Internet radio).
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Other lead roles in anime include Suzaku Kururugi in Code Geass, which ran on Adult Swim, and Simon in Gurren Lagann, which ran on Toonami. In 2006, Lowenthal landed the role of Superman in the cartoon series Legion of Superheroes. In the show, Superman travels to the 31st century to help superheroes battle against the Fatal Five villains. In an interview with The Oklahoman, Lowenthal recalled that he read for Lightning Lad and Brainiac 5 in the original audition, and was called back to do Superman. During the callback, he had begun reading for Superman and Braniac 5 when the producers stopped him.
He provides the English voices for a number of anime productions and video games, including Shotaro Kaneda in Akira, Vash the Stampede in Trigun, Ichigo Kurosaki in Bleach, Sasori in Naruto, Renton Thurston in Eureka Seven, Itsuki Koizumi in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Lelouch vi Britannia in Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Izaya Orihara in Durarara!!, Noby Nobita in Doraemon, Yu Narukami and Tohru Adachi in the Persona 4 series, Yukio Okumura in Blue Exorcist, Hajime Hinata/Izuru Kamukura in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, Rantaro Amami in the Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, Makoto Tachibana in Free! and T.K. Takaishi in Digimon Adventure tri..
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She is best known for her role in Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion as Nunnally Lamperouge and Eureka Seven as Eureka. She also voiced Miyu Kozuki in UFO Baby, Cosette in Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette, Yui Kotegawa in To Love-Ru, the Heroine in Amnesia, and Miyu Edelfelt in Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya. She announced her marriage in February 2011, and the birth of her daughter in January 1, 2012.
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Since then, she has voiced hundreds of other anime characters like Nunnally Lamperouge in Code Geass and Tima from Metropolis and has branched into non-anime cartoons, live-action shows (such as Masked Rider and Power Rangers: Time Force), commercials and radio work, and has performed background voices for movies such as Antz, Dr. Dolittle, and The Santa Clause. 3x3 Eyes – Pai Ayanokoji (Streamline dub). Aesop's Fables – Additional Voices. The Swiss Family Robinson: Flone of the Mysterious Island – Rebecca "Becca" Robinson. Ai Tenchi Muyo! - Mihoshi. Akira – Additional Voices (Animaze dub). Armitage: Dual Matrix – Yoko. Around the World with Willy Fog – Princess Romy.
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Norihiro Inoue as Atlas. Masaru Ikeda as President Boone. Toshio Furukawa as Kusai Skunk. Takeshi Aono as Doctor Ponkotsu. Junpei Takiguchi as Doctor Laughton. Shun Yashiro as Supt. Notarlin. Shigeru Chiba as Acetylene Lamp. Rikako Aikawa as Fifi. Masashi Ebara as Ham Egg. Brianne Siddall as Kenichi. Rebecca Forstadt as Tima. Tony Pope as Shinsaku Ban. Jamieson Price as Duke Red. Michael Reisz as Rock. Dave Mallow as Pero. Scott Weinger as Atlas. Simon Prescott as Dr. Laughton. Richard Plantagenet as President Boone. Dan Woren as Kusai Skunk. Peter Spellos as Mayor Lyon. Steven Blum as Acetylene Lamp. Doug Stone as Doctor Ponkotsu. William Frederick Knight as Supt. Notarlin.
Norihiro Inoue as Kajūji Mitsutoyo. Kazutoyo Yoshimi as Karasumaru Mitsuhiro. Nakamura Baijaku II as Tokugawa Mitsukuni, a.k.a. Mito Kōmon. Kazuyo Asari as Sassa Sukesaburō, a.k.a. Suke-san. Machiko Washio as Asaka Tanpaku, a.k.a. Kaku-san. Terence O'Brien as William Adams, a.k.a. Miura Anjin. Tim Knowles as Richard Cocks. Yatsuko Tan'ami as Kenshō-in. Natsuko Migiwa as Maeda Matsu. Mikio Shimizu as Oda Nobukatsu. Noriko Shōji as a reporter (herself). San'yūtei Rakutarō. Music : Taro Iwashiro. Historical research : Shinzaburō Ōishi. Architectural research : Kiyoshi Hirai. Clothing research : Kiyoko Koizumi.