Ghost in the Shell-Stand Alone Complex-2nd/V07

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on 3/7/2013

The reason I like SAC 2nd Gig is because there is really no one "bad guy" that must be vanquished for the world to make sense again and morality to be re-installed. The world never makes sense from the very beginning, and it continues to be enigmatic up until the very end. Some people would call this an unresolved story. I call it a genuine emulation of the real world. This is a very fun show to own

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The Prime Minister has been taken into custody, but her removal from office is being kept secret. Aramaki and Togusa work to get to her so they can prevent a nuclear attack. In Dejima, the military begins its assault. The Major and some of Section 9 try their best to defuse the situation, and the injured Ishikawa tries to deliver the rest of the plutonium to the authorities to prove their case.

During the fighting, the Major and Kuze become trapped beneath the rubble together. The Tachikomas inform her that there is a nuclear submarine just out of sensor range. Batou, meanwhile, gets the rangers who are pursuing them to stop fighting and listen to him. Things are starting to go Section 9's way, but the nuclear missile is still being prepared for launch!

Contains episodes 24-26: Nuclear Power, This Side of Justice and Endless Gig.


Studio Foxvideo
SKU 202805254
UPC 669198252136
UPC 14 00669198252136
Format DVD
Release Date 9/26/2006
Rating Rating
Television Programs
Television Shows
Television/TV Series
Editors Note
Note In this seventh volume of the anime series, the epic second season reaches an end. As the Prime Minister is taken into custody, Aramaki and Togusa must reach her in order to ward off a nuclear attack. The adventures continue in the episodes "Nuclear Power," "This Side of Justice," and "Endless Gig."
Cast & Crew
Hisanori Kunizaki - Producer
Kenji Kamiyama - Director
Masamune Shiro - Writer
Osamu Saka - Voice Of
Yoshiko Sakakibara - Voice Of
Yuichiro Matsuka - Producer
Technical Info
Original Release Date 2006
Catalog ID 25213
UPC 00669198252136
Number of Discs 1
Color Color
Original Language English
Available Audio Tracks English
Aspect Ratio
Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Product Attributes
Actor Ghost In The Shell
Label Manga Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD

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