Guilty Crown’s New OP and ED: “The Everlasting Guilty Crown” by EGOIST, “Kokuhaku” by supercell

The official website of the popular sci-fi, action anime Guilty Crown has announced the opening and ending theme songs for the second season of the show. The two singles will be released on the music market in March next year (7/03/12).

The title of the opening song is The Everlasting Guilty Crown and will be performed by EGOIST  while the ending will be supercell’s Kokuhaku (meaning ‘confession’).

This news is nothing too surprising, considering the fact that the same groups, but in reverse roles, did the first two OP and ED. Also, having in mind that the public wasn’t at all pleased with the Guilty Crown anime as a whole, there ere probably not many artists willing to relate their names with it (*ahemsonotmean*). I know that a manga is made upon the anime, I know that it is getting a second season, I know that there were many eyes set on it in the start, but many of those eyes were turned away as the show progressed.


Source: Mantan Web

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I more think of it as a combination of “Evangelion” and “Code Geass”. I can say that it’s a combination of both because of: a.) Inori Yuzuriha’s similarity to Rei Ayanami from “Neon Genesis Evangelion”. Both of them is important to the main plot and protagonist. b.) Shu Ouma’s character development. Shu, in some ways, is similar to Shinji Ikari of Evangelion. But when their loved ones died (in Shouma’s case, Hare Menjou), they drastically changed; from being a kind and gentle person to being someone ruthless and ignorant. c.) The plot devices. Code Geass’ main plot device is the… Read more »

I’d say that even thought the show may not have the most brilliant plot, because nothing was explained well before the season finale, the show has its brilliance. The animations, the colors and, the best for me, the soundtrack is absolutely amazing.


The first season wasn’t great per whole, but it had moments of brilliance, which I can’t say for other mainstream anime out there. Who doesn’t have patience will miss what is announcing to be a brilliant second season, one in which the main character is no longer clueless.


Great bands! :)


I was going to give it a chance, if it:
– wasn’t a pathetic “Gode Geass” rip-off
– wasn’t full of clueless characters
– had a plot


Great artists for a stupid show. Another try to revive its sinking popularity.


True that.