Ghost in the Shell – Anime Review

Ghost In The Shell I animation At It’s Very Best. The TV series is almost as good as the movie and all the shows delve into different very strange areas in the boundaries of “self.” Where is “you” when big parts of your mind is part of the cloud?

Nefarious Reviews

Japanese Title: Ghost in the Shell

Related: Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (sequel)

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (alternative series)


Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040


Watched in: Japanese & English

Genre: Psychological Science FictionAction

Length: 1 hr. 23 min.


  • Detailed, dirty world.
  • Moments of cerebral peace and introspection.
  • Cool tech.
  • Making of a Cyborg sequence and music.


  • Too short.

(Contains nudity)

In the year 2029, the human world has become one with the cyber world through the field of cybernetics. An unaugmented human is the rarity. This merging of worlds has brought a new vulnerability to humans – brain-hacking – and a hacker known as the Puppet Master is taking full advantage. Enter Major Kusanagi and her Section 9 group of cybernetic cops to investigate.

Ghost in the Shell showed me it was something special within minutes. I am not referring to…

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