The latest chapter in Masamune Shirow's ongoing and groundbreaking
cyberpunk saga, Ghost In The Shell, features three
more episodes (21 to 23) detailing the exploits of Section
Embarrassment: Section 9's attempts to pursue Kuze, who
is fleeing Etorofu in a camouflaged boat, are wrecked when
their transport craft is destroyed by terrorists. Taking stock
of their increasingly dire situation, the team decides to
investigate further into Kuze's past.
Process: Events are reaching a head as a live nuclear
bomb is found in the city of Fukuoka. The finger of blame
is pointed firmly at the refuges in Dejima. With the citizens
evacuating, the government decides to combat the threat by
deploying the Self Defence Forces. Meanwhile, Section 9 believes
that the Information Bureau is involved in the current crisis
and Batou is tasked with getting some answers from Gohda.
Faced with the arrogant Bureau agent, Batou is going to have
a hard job keeping his temper and getting the information
Martial Law: Under increasing pressure, the government
decides to send the troops to Dejima to recover the remaining
plutonium, leading to a tense stand-off between the two sides.
In a desperate bid to delay outright war, Prime Minister Kayabuki
calls in the UN for a nuclear inspection of Dejima and sends
Section 9 to mediate. However, tension is at an all time high
and with both sides facing each other down the first shot
can't be far away.
include an interview with Kenji Kamiyama (director), Osamu
Saka (Aramaki) and Yoshiko Sakakibara (Prime Minister Kayabuki);
interview archive; and Manga trailers.
you've been following this series you won't be disappointed
by this release.