Shirow's groundbreaking cyberpunk saga, Ghost In The Shell,
reaches its breathtaking conclusion in Stand Alone Complex:
2nd Gig - Volume 7, featuring the final three episodes
of this unmissable series...
Prime Minister has been taken into custody, but her removal
from office is being kept secret. As Aramaki and Togusa work
to get to her so they can prevent a nuclear attack, in Dejima
the military has already begun its assault. Meanwhile, the
Major and the other operatives of Section 9 are trying their
best to defuse the situation, while the injured Ishikawa attempts
to deliver the rest of the plutonium to the authorities to
prove their case.
the fighting, the Major and Kuze become trapped beneath the
rubble together and are informed by the Tachikomas that there
is a nuclear submarine just out of sensor range. Batou, meanwhile,
manages to convince the rangers who are pursuing them to stop
fighting and listen to him. It is looking like things are
finally starting to go Section 9's way, but the nuclear missile
is still being prepared for launch.
Power: After the Dejima Bridge is destroyed by refugees,
a rumour starts to circulate that this has boosted their cause
and they are planning to detonate a number of nuclear bombs.
The Cabinet steps up its attacks against the city. Meanwhile
Prime Minister Kayabuki has been arrested and taken to a secret
Side of Justice:
As the bombing of Dejima gets underway, the Major convinces
Kuze to help her. However, the Self-Defense forces attack
them and the duo end up trapped under the rubble. Meanwhile
the Prime Minister is rescued.
Gig: The Major and Kuze devise a plan that they believe
will save the refugees. Because the chances of success are
so slim, the Tachikomas ignore the plan and come up with a
plan of their own.
on this release include interviews with Kenji Kamiyama (director),
Ken Nishida (Gohda) and Rikiya Koyama (Kuze); and trailers
for other releases.
those that have been following this series, this release is
a fitting end to the show in its current incarnation.