Action Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045

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  1. Kuze

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    In the year 2045, after an economic disaster known as the Synchronized Global Default, rapid developments in AI propelled the world to enter a state of “Sustainable War”. However, the public is not aware of the threat that AI has towards the human race.

    Full-body cyborg Major Motoko Kusanagi and her second-in-command Batou are former members of Public Security Section 9, who are now hired mercenaries traveling hot devastated American west coast. This land is full of opportunity for the major and her team, they utilize their enhanced cyberbrains and combat skills from their time working in Section 9. However, things get complicated with the emergence of “post humans,” who have extreme intelligence and physical powers. The members of Section 9 comeback together again in order to face this new threat.

    (Source: Official Website)


    The show will be co-directed by Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex's Kenji Kamiyama and Appleseed's Shinji Aramaki.



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    Air Date: Apr 23, 2020

    Official Site: here

    Stream it on Netflix: here
     
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    Ending theme song for the show is "sustain++; performed by Mili.


     
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    A new clip from the anime was revealed. The staff also confirmed that the anime's first season will have 12 episodes, with plans for a second season moving forward.


     
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    Season 1 is fully out on Netflix. Check it.
     
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    The terrible character design is making me not even want to watch it.
     
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    Netflix Asia began streaming a "directors interview" video. It features interviews with the anime's two directors, and shows behind-the-scenes footage of production, voice recording, and motion-capturing.


     
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    This was good. The character design and overall animation wasn't even an issue. It looked great actually. The character movements weren't stiff as I had expected. It was quite dynamic and well produced.

    Story wise the post human concept is decent as well. This season follows connected storylines with one or two standalone episodes. As a fan I enjoyed it. Definitely will be eagerly waiting for the 2nd season. It'll probably come out end of the year or something.
     
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    6 episodes in I'm enjoying this a lot despite the quality not being as good,the animation a bit strange, and the fact that it's gotten a bit white washed/americanized I still think it's highly entertaining for a Netflix show and still has that gits vibe.
     

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