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Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2004)

Kôkaku kidôtai: Stand Alone Complex (original title)

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Major Motoko Kusanagi (voice)
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Batou (voice)
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Tachikoma (voice)
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Tachikoma (voice)
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Chief Daisuke Aramaki (voice)
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Togusa (voice)
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Ishikawa (voice)
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Saito (voice)
Bob Buchholz ...
Paz (voice)
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Borma (voice)
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Toshimi Tagami (voice)
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Eichi Gotoh (voice)
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Operator (voice)
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In a world without borders, terrorism knows no limits.


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8 November 2004 (USA)  »

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Spin-off Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2005) See more »

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Riku Taue Uta
Performed by Yoshimi Kato
Lyrics by Junichi Fujisaku (Production I.G), Midori Goto (Production I.G)
Music by Nobuyoshi Sano (cavia)
Singer Preparation: Mayumi Hirose
Recording Studio: Studio Soundship
Recording Engineer: Yasutomo Nogawa
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Stand Alone Complex
20 April 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Fantastic Series. Very entertaining. Good action scenes dotted throughout the series, an great example is where they storm the Geisha building in the first episode. and the story lines are very gripping. The short Tachikoma cartoons at the end of each episode are amusing. The laughing man storyline is very intriguing and the twist near the end of the series is very clever and cannot be seen. The last three episodes contain amazing action and again create a climax up to a great twist. The characters are very well animated and the series does dive into the past of some characters - such as the Major, showing her breaking a doll in the opening credits. However, the translations are not perfect. The opening theme song is fantastic and the music throughout is also very good. A great example of Manga.


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