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攻殻機動隊 In the rapidly converging landscape of the st century Major Kusanagi is charged to track down the craftiest and most dangerous terrorists and cybercriminals, including ghost hackers When he track the trail of one hacker, her quest leads her to a world she could never have imagined ➠ [Epub] ➚ Longbow Girl By Linda Davies ➪ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk including ghost hackers When he track the trail of one hacker [Read] ➲ On His Naughty List By Jessica Jarman – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk her quest leads her to a world she could never have imagined



10 thoughts on “攻殻機動隊

  1. says:

    AWESOME! I mean seriously, the movie will be coming out soon as I write this in late Feb 2017, but I read the comic in English translation over 20 years ago and LOVED it. I also read the sequel and watched the associated anime that it inspired. It is a fantastic universe in a sort of dystopian future that poses the same


  2. says:

    Ghost in the Shell is a manga from the 1980s (just like Akira), which was at first only known to the manga aficionados in Japan. It later became one of the landmarks of the genre, especially after being ad


  3. says:

    This is a classic science fiction manga by revered mangaka Shirow (a pseudonym). I am sorry to say (since many of my sci fi and manga GR friends loved it) I had a little trouble getting into it. I had to start and restart it several times. The ambition of the piece is obvious: It explores 21st century man vs machine AI issues,


  4. says:

    I don't know. Maybe I'm stupid. Maybe it's an issue with the translations. Maybe Masamune Shirow is just an incredibly obtuse writer. Either way, I found these books (along with Appleseed) a bit muddled and indecipherable. I repeatedly felt that the books were written as though Mr. Shirow automatically expected us to understand cer


  5. says:

    This manga has some very cool aspects as well as some very annoying ones. But ultimately it was a disappointment for me.

    Let’s start with the cool stuff.

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  6. says:

    As a big fan of cyberpunk, I probably should have read this a lot sooner. As it was, it was mostly the arrival of the live-action movie that finally drove me to get to it. To be honest, I'm really not a fan of manga. Elements of how it's generally drawn as well as a general lack of interest has led to staying away from that style for the m


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    This is the book that, in my opinion, closed down cyberpunk as a literary current, in 1991. It is what the matrix tried to become, a meld of style, futurism and religious take on that basic cyberpunk question, what it means to be human.

    It is a very dense book, difficult to follow and with lots of subtext and unreliable narrators. I


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    Vote 4 (5 if you are a diehard fan of the GITS anime like me)

    After a Ghost in the Shell anime marathon where my wife and me watched in less than 2 weeks Mamoru Oshii's 1995 anime masterwork, the awful 2.0 recent version with 3d seque


  9. says:

    So disappointed that I can't finish this manga. I know it's a classic. I never figured out what was going on. I also have a problem with 80's hair and clothes distracting me from vintage manga and old movies, but that's my own issue. I think I might check out the anime, though.

    I did appreciate Motoko's sense of humor but it wasn't enough t


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    At a time when anime was seen as an underground phenomenon during the nineties, there will be a handful of us who would buy VHS tapes that were distributed by Manga Entertainment. One of the few titles that stood out for us was Mamoru Oshii’s 1995 sci-fi masterpiece Ghost in the Shell, which not only refined cyberpunk and pushing the boundaries of adult


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About the Author: Masamune Shirow

士郎 正宗) is an internationally renowned manga artist He is best known for the manga Ghost in the Shell, which has since been turned into two theatrical anime movies, two anime TV series, an anime TV movie, and several video games Shirow is also known for creating erotic art.Born in the Hyōgo Prefecture capital city of Kobe, he studied oil painting at Osaka University of Arts While in college, he developed an interest in manga, which led him to create his own complete work, Black Magic, which was published in the manga fanzine Atlas His work caught the eye of Seishinsha President Harumichi Aoki, who offered to publish him The result was Appleseed, a full volume of densely plotted drama taking place in an ambiguous future The story was a sensation, and won the 1986 Seiun Award for Best Manga After a professional reprint of Black Magic and a second volume of Appleseed, he released Dominion in 1986 Two volumes of Appleseed followed before he began work on Ghost in the Shell.