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Ghost in the Shell Wallpaper


Ghost in the Shell Wallpaper

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UpdatedSeptember 18, 2013
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Ghost in the Shell wallpapers and photos. Stunning pics high resolution HD quality. Set pictures as wallpaper and share with your friends via SMS!

This is an unofficial free fan / parody app. Any content not owned by this developer belongs to their respective owners. We believe the images fall under fair use doctrine as they are reduced size and excerpted for informational purposes. If you would like to request removal of an image of our collection for copyright reasons, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to oblige.

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Ghost in the Shell (攻殻機動隊 Kōkaku Kidōtai?, literally “Mobile Armored Riot Police”) is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Masamune Shirow. The manga, first serialized in 1989 and later published as its own tankōbon volumes by Kodansha, told the story of the fictional counter-cyberterrorist organization Public Security Section 9, led by protagonist Major Motoko Kusanagi, in the early 21st century of Japan.

Animation studio Production I.G has produced several different anime adaptations of Ghost in the Shell, starting with the 1995 film of the same name, telling the story of Section 9’s investigation of the Puppet Master. The television series Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex followed in 2002, telling an alternate story from the manga and first film, featuring Section 9’s investigations of government corruption in the Laughing Man and Individual Eleven incidents. The year 2013 will see the start of the Ghost in the Shell: Arise film series, a prequel to the original manga.

Ghost in the Shell had received mainly positive reviews. Publishers Weekly praised the manga for its artwork: “Masamune’s b&w drawings are dynamic and beautifully gestural; he vividly renders the awesome urban landscape of a futuristic, supertechnological Japan.” Leroy Douresseaux of the website ComicBookBin gave the manga an A stating: “It is visually potent and often inscrutable, but its sense of wonder and exploration makes its ideas still seem fresh two decades after its debut.” Peter Gutiérrez of the website Teenreads praised the manga, writing: “In short, Ghost in the Shell is hard sci-fi of the best possible sort: the type that’s so full of both undiluted artfulness and philosophy that it’s arguably a must-read even for those who don’t usually take to the genre.” The website Read About Comics praised the artwork, however criticized the manga for it’s story pacing and collection of short adventures stating, “I’m glad I got to experience Shirow’s artistic view of the future and am a little interested in the idea of his Intron Depot art books, but on the whole Ghost in the Shell was a massive shell game: flashy and fascinating from a glance, but ultimately empty when you decide to dive in.”

Ghost in the Shell 2: Man-Machine Interface had sold over 100,000 copies from its initial printing in Japan. Diamond Comic Distributors ranked the manga #7 in its Top Performing Manga list of 2005. Mike Crandol of Anime News Network criticized for being too complex and overwhelming stating it is “too technical for its own good” but praised the new artwork, stating that Shirow’s “canny drawing skills are supplemented by an innovative use of CGI graphics that represent the series’ boldest artistic endeavor.” Publishers Weekly praised the artwork as “the color and b&w graphics are stunning, brilliantly evoking the nonvisual world of data transmission” but criticized the story can be confusing.

Content rating: High Maturity

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