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    Universe: Ghost In The Shell
    Directed by: Kenji Kamiyama
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Ghost In The Shell - The Laughing Man: The television series based on Masamune Shirow’s Manga and Mamoru Oshii’s highly influental film, Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex takes viewers to a futuristic society where technology has saturated citizens’ daily lives. Along with the new technology comes new types of crime that exploits it, but female cyborg Major Motoko Kusanagi and her team of police, Section 9, devote their lives to chasing criminals, both on land and in cyberspace.

Ghost In The Shell - Individual Eleven: The year is 2030, six months since The Laughing Man Incident was solved. An influx of refugees have effortlessly transformed themselves into a terrorist organisation known as the Individual Eleven. Kuze, a surviving member of the Individual Eleven, becomes a charasmatic leader of the invited-refugees and intensifies the confrontation against the government. Motoko starts feeling a strange sense of fate connecting her with Kuze…

Ghost In The Shell: Solid State Society: The year is 2034; two years after Major Motoko Kusanagi left Public Security Section 9, the elite counter-terrorist and anti-crime unit specializing in cyber warfare. In that time, Section 9 has increased its appointed personnel to 20 operatives, with Togusa taking over as leader of the unit.

Section 9’s latest assignment sees the team confronted by a rash of mysterious suicides involving operatives of the disbanded Siak Republic, many of whom had sought asylum in Japan. They manage to track down Ka Gae-Ru, a former Siak Colonel who has taken a hostage in the hope of negotiating safe passage out of the country. Confronted by Section 9, a fearful Gae-Ru issues a cryptic warning that The Puppeteer is coming, before killing himself. Investigations suggest that The Puppeteer is an ultra-wizard hacker who is not only responsible for the recent spate of suicides but is also behind a series of child abductions. But who is the Puppeteer and what is the connection to the so-called Solid State Society? An unexpected encounter between Batou and Major Motoko leaves the former with his own theory, one that is almost impossible to comprehend…