...and further proof of Bri's plagiarism - certainly for the cover of it's e-fuck... er, I mean e-book - this... excuse the pun... frame from episode 1 of "Gundam SEED Destiny":
Now look at said cover again.
Never mind the title of that which brought Sunrise's franchise into the 21st Century: least of all part of the name of the Britannian Empire's mecha in that by Sunrise & CLAMP, Bri couldn't even think of it's own ideas of what those in it's ripoff should look like.
At least futurist & pioneer of the look of Cyberpunk via "Blade Runner" Syd Mead gave us a different take on the production designs for, certainly the eponymous mecha in, "Turn A Gundam".
You can bet that it was the visual impact of the Mashin or 'Rune Gods' in their early smash hit "Magic Knight Rayearth" that made Sunrise bring in CLAMP to collaborate with the production designs for "Code Geass": especially the look of the Knightmare Frames in such, Bri.
...and to think: four women have infinitely more imagination than you, OP.
Let us know Bri, when - as per Stan Lee having his "Heroman" brought to life in anime form - something by you is similarly adapted: perhaps as that for Netflix, such as "Little Witch Academia" or "Beastars".
As we wait with baited breath any new series streamed by them, don't hold yours: as we don't fancy your chances much re. even Amazon or Hulu so much as looking at your... 'ideas' to adapt into series, Bri.