On a hot summer afternoon, Hayato meets the new transfer student name Souma, who has not been able to adapt to the new environment. Hayato always manages to be in Souma's sight, and thinks he will be able to take care of him. The familiar touch allows Souma to familiarize with the environment, until he's able to smile once more. All the while Hayato tries to fix things from his past. (Source: Sentimiento Yaoi)
Code Geass: Hankou no Suzaku
Suzaku Kururugi, a Britannian soldier, is shot for disobeying an order to execute his friend and accused terrorist, Lelouch Lamperouge. Fortunately, he survives the attempted execution, finding himself in the Empire's research division when he comes to. It turns out that Suzaku has been chosen as the primary test candidate for the Lancelot, a powerful new combat mech that exponentially increases its user's physical prowess. Presented with a chance to change the world for the better, he agrees to become the first pilot of the Lancelot. Code Geass: Hankou no Suzaku follows one young man's desperate struggle to protect those dearest to him and defeat Britannia's greatest threat to peace: the cunning, self-proclaimed vigilante Zero. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Barcode Geass: Hanbai no Lelouch
4-koma parody of Code Geass featuring Lelouch Lamperouge as a part-time convenience store worker.
Code Geass: Soubou no Oz
Code Geass: Soubou no Oz is a spin-off that was published in Hobby Japan magazine and Kadokawa Shoten's Newtype Ace magazine. The story takes place between the first and second season of the TV anime and is told from two perspectives. The photo story in Hobby Japan centers around Orpheus Zevon, a young terrorist with the Knightmare Frame Byakuen who is in pursuit of his lover's killer. The manga in Newtype Ace revolves around Oldrin Zevon, a girl in the Britannia Empire's anti-terrorist unit Glinda Knights who pilots the KMF Lancelot Grail. (Source: Code Geass Wikia)
Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito
The story takes place in Europe in the year a.t.b. 2017. A Knightmare unit made of boys and girls from Area Eleven are thrown into a military operation with a 5% chance of survival. They must rescue an allied unit left behind on the European warfront.
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
"Geass" is a supernatural ability bestowed upon people who are worthy of its use. Its exact effect depends on its user's desires, but those who command it wield devastating power. In the far away land of Area 11, formerly known as Japan, the astute 17-year-old student Lelouch Lamperouge is granted his own Geass by the mysterious woman C.C., which gives him the absolute obedience of those it is used upon. With this, Lelouch vows to destroy the only world superpower—the Holy Britannian Empire—under the guise of the revolutionary freedom-fighter Zero, to exact vengeance on those who ruined him and his family. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Code Geass: Nightmare of Nunnally
In 2010, the Holy Britannian Empire invaded the small, far-east country of Japan. Within one month, the nation fell at the hands of Britannia's advanced war machines known as "Knightmares," and the country was renamed to Area 11. After an explosion whisks her brother away to an unknown fate, Nunnally Lamperouge—exiled princess of Britannia—mysteriously finds herself in the midst of a skirmish between Britannians and terrorists. Crippled and blind due to past events, she is saved by Nemo, a strange talking doll who grants her a potent personal Knightmare and clairvoyance, also known as "Geass." Despite the strength of her newfound abilities, Nunnally only wishes for peace. However, the appearance of more Geass users, the spectral vigilante Zero, and other violent forces make the harsh reality of the world all too clear for the fragile princess. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Code Geass: Shikkoku no Renya
The story takes place in the same official Code Geass history as the anime, but in a different era. The title character, Renya, is a 17-year-old boy with a mechanical left arm and shuriken throwing stars as his weapons of choice. The story begins when Renya encounters a mysterious, perpetually young witch named "Reifū C.C." C.C. has appeared in Japan's historical Edo era to seek a new partner for a covenant. Meanwhile, a mysterious man, with a striking resemblance to the character Lelouch of the original anime, also appears with unknown intentions. (Source: ANN)
Code Geass: Soubou no Oz O2
Oldrin, who disappeared a while before, now attends Pendleton School of Madrid. And Orpheus, now Liar, is appointed as the Head Knight of the Glinda Knights.
Chibi Geass: 4-koma no Lelouch
A series of 4 Koma and parodies of the series "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion", drawn in SD style, by "A's Maria". It's comprised of several short chapters, published by Kadokawa Shoten.
Bakumatsu Ibunroku: Code Geass - Hangyaku no Lelouch
In the year 1853, Commodore Mathew Perry—at the behest of the Holy Britannian Empire—demands the Tokugawa Shogun open Japan's borders to the world. The Shogun refuses, so Perry uses his supernatural power of absolute obedience known as "Geass" to force compliance. Foreign nations have since exploited Japan, redesignated the Britannian colony of Area 11. However, the terrorist organization known as the Black Revolution works to free Japan from Britannia's oppressive rule. Spearheading this endeavor is Lelouch Lamperouge, a boy who leads a double life as a Britannian commander and the leader of the Black Revolution under the alter ego Zero. With robust forces, Lelouch secures victory after victory against the Britannians. But the appearance of a powerful, seventh generation Knightmare piloted by his best friend Suzaku Kururugi threatens to end his great revolution. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch Koushiki Comic Anthology For Girls - Knight
An anthology of short stories by various mangaka, intended for female audience.