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  • I also liked the Catcher in the Rye references and I thought they were interesting
  • It was a very good episode and I enjoyed it a lot
  • Stand Alone Complex, but it is definitely worth watching, even if you don’t like it

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      Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Episode 22 has Aramaki arrest the DEA Head while investigating the supposed reappearance of his brother while the government moves against Section 9 after they are exposed and go after the Major.

      This episode was really well done. The plot was good and the twists and turns keep coming. I also


      liked the Catcher in the Rye references and I thought they were interesting. Another interesting thing about this episode is the use of the music score by Yoko Kanno and the inclusion of the opening theme “Inner Universe” used in a very beautiful fashion. It was a very good episode and I enjoyed it a lot.

      I enjoy watching Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. It’s very deep, has a unique concept and is very well done. The Animation is fantastic and fluid and the English dub is spot on, not one actor was miscast and the music by Yoko Kanno is so good you’ll want to get the soundtracks for it.


      • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Episode 22 (Anime)
      The downside of this anime is that the story is good, but not everyone might understand the complex storylines or the philosophy of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, but it is definitely worth watching, even if you don’t like it.

      It’s a great science fiction story and it’s an excellent anime that is a little

      overlooked now that it’s been out for a little while, but it’s a great anime among many excellent titles to choose from. Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex is worth having in your DVD collection.

      Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Season 1 is available on DVD from Manga Entertainment. You can buy it on Amazon.com and RightStuf.com




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