Lelouch is AliveEdit
At the end of Code Geass, Lelouch vi Britannia is allegedly killed by Suzaku Kururgi, pretending to be Zero, so Lelouch could act as a martyr and save the world. Their is, however, a fan theory which suggests that Leouch is, in fact, still alive. At the end of the final episode, before the credits roll, C.C. is seen riding on a carriage in the countryside, and she's quoted by saying, "I said that Geass was the power of the King which would condemn you to a life of solittude. It hin, maybe, that's nots quite correct. Right, Lelouch?" Upon saying that, she gaves up, and the camera angel makes it seem like she's talking to the person driving the carriage, which could very well be Lelouch. This, however, could also be a misdirect as some have pointed out, as she could be looking up to the sky, which would mean Lelouch actually is dead. Another thing people point out is that Lelouch's father, Charles zi Britannia, was immortal because of his Geass; Lelouch, however, did manage to kill his immortal father, and due to the Laws of Geass, that should mean he is immortal as well, which is more evidence to support this theory. More evidence includes the fact that Lelouch's half brother, Schnizel le Britannia, is still under his Geass' control for eternity; however, if Lelouch was truly dead, then his Geass' power should dissipate along with him.