History Trivia / GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex

25th Mar '16 2:04:06 AM kirara19
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* HeyItsThatVoice:
** In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.
** In the LA dub, the Tachikomias are voiced by a number of voice actors. Batou's favorite is voiced by Creator/SandyFox. The one reading the books is Creator/LaraJillMiller, sounding like a wiser [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Kari]].
** Speaking of which, a good many of these voice talent had worked on ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' and ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', and would go on to work in other series such as ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''.
** The Vancouver dub, one might notice that The Major is voiced by [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Yzak's Mom ]].
** Togusa isn't the last time that CrispinFreeman would voice [[CodeGeass a cyborg in the English dub of an anime]]



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for Manga/{{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the show's removal was only temporary, and is currently back on the schedule on a much earlier time.
** It's been removed again, this time to make way for ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman''. However, the Toonami crew has stated ''again'' that it'll return, and this time it at least managed to finish airing its first season. Add in the fact that [adult swim] has perpetual broadcasting rights due to them providing production financing, and it's safe to say that [[AvertedTrope the show won't be going away, at least not permanently, anytime soon]].
* TalkingToHimself: In the original Japanese version, both Togusa and the Laughing Man are played by Creator/KoichiYamadera.
** The Japanese Tachikomas all have the same voice too.

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* RoleReprisal: In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, Creator/{{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for Manga/{{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}''. The show's removal was only temporary, and is currently back on the schedule on a much earlier time.
** It's been removed again, this time
temporary until it was retired to make way for ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman''. However, the Toonami crew has stated ''again'' that it'll it would return, and this time it at least managed to finish airing its first season. Add in the fact that [adult swim] since Creator/AdultSwim has perpetual broadcasting rights due to them providing production financing, and it's safe to say that [[AvertedTrope the show won't be going away, at least not permanently, anytime soon]].
* TalkingToHimself: TalkingToHimself:
**
In the original Japanese version, both Togusa and the Laughing Man are played by Creator/KoichiYamadera.
** The Japanese Tachikomas all have the same voice, although this is not the case in the English L.A. dub where everyone have different voice too.actors portraying them (for example, Batou's favorite is voiced by Creator/SandyFox, while the who is reading books is Creator/LaraJillMiller).
19th Oct '14 8:51:26 PM EmperorOshron
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** The Vancouver dub, one might notice that The Major is voiced by [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Yzak's Mom ]].

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** The Vancouver dub, one might notice that The Major is voiced by [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Yzak's Mom ]]. ]].
** Togusa isn't the last time that CrispinFreeman would voice [[CodeGeass a cyborg in the English dub of an anime]]
15th May '14 2:40:19 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for {{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the show's removal was only temporary, and is currently back on the schedule on a much earlier time.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for {{InuYasha}}.Manga/{{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the show's removal was only temporary, and is currently back on the schedule on a much earlier time.
11th May '14 1:20:00 AM Chris
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** It's been removed again, this time to make way for ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman''. However, the Toonami crew has stated ''again'' that it'll return, and this time it at least managed to finish airing its first season. Add in the fact that [adult swim] has perpetual broadcasting rights due to them providing production financing, and it's safe to say that [[AvertedTrope the show won't be going away, at least not permanently, anytime soon]].
31st Mar '14 2:34:27 PM DRCEQ
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* AnimeFirst: A manga series based on the anime wouldn't be released until 8 years after the anime had first aired in Japan.
* {{Defictionalization}}: [[http://www.newlaunches.com/archives/japanese_build_a_real_tachikoma.php A real Tachikoma]]?
** Directly inspired by GITS, scientists in Japan have also built the proper technology for thermoptic camouflage gear that works by bending light around the wearer. [[AwesomeButImpractical It certainly works,]] but the equipment to make it work is so bulky that it's not worth it... unless maybe it was ''inside'' the body.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for {{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the Toonami crew have [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that the show's removal is only temporary, and is currently back on the schedule on a much earlier time.

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* LifeImitatesArt: ''Ghost in the Shell'' has directly inspired Japanese scientists to develop actual "thermoptic camouflage" cloaking technology (that works by bending light around the wearer) and a functioning Tachikoma prototype (a 4 wheel vehicle with a segmented body that gives a visual feed to the driver through cameras.) Advances in prosthetic limb technology has also advanced significantly over the last few decades.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for {{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the Toonami crew have [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that the show's removal is was only temporary, and is currently back on the schedule on a much earlier time.time.
* TalkingToHimself: In the original Japanese version, both Togusa and the Laughing Man are played by Creator/KoichiYamadera.
** The Japanese Tachikomas all have the same voice too.
9th Feb '14 10:33:17 AM Gatomon41
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** In the LA dub, the Tachikomias are voiced by a number of voice actors. Batou's favorite is voiced by Sandy Fox. The one reading the books is Lara Jill Miller, sounding like a wiser [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Kari]].
** Speaking of which, a good many of these voice talent had worked on ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' and ''Anime/Robotech'', and would go on to work in other series such as ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''.

to:

** In the LA dub, the Tachikomias are voiced by a number of voice actors. Batou's favorite is voiced by Sandy Fox. Creator/SandyFox. The one reading the books is Lara Jill Miller, Creator/LaraJillMiller, sounding like a wiser [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Kari]].
** Speaking of which, a good many of these voice talent had worked on ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' and ''Anime/Robotech'', ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', and would go on to work in other series such as ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''.
9th Feb '14 10:32:41 AM Gatomon41
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for {{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the Toonami crew have [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that the show's removal is only temporary and that it'll come back in the future.

to:

* HeyItsThatVoice: HeyItsThatVoice:
**
In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.
** In the LA dub, the Tachikomias are voiced by a number of voice actors. Batou's favorite is voiced by Sandy Fox. The one reading the books is Lara Jill Miller, sounding like a wiser [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Kari]].
** Speaking of which, a good many of these voice talent had worked on ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' and ''Anime/Robotech'', and would go on to work in other series such as ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''.
** The Vancouver dub, one might notice that The Major is voiced by [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Yzak's Mom ]].
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for {{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the Toonami crew have [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that the show's removal is only temporary temporary, and that it'll come is currently back in on the future.schedule on a much earlier time.
1st Jul '13 5:53:48 PM ASTK928
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for InuYasha. Fortunately, the Toonami crew have [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that the show's removal is only temporary and that it'll come back in the future.

to:

* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for InuYasha.{{InuYasha}}. Fortunately, the Toonami crew have [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that the show's removal is only temporary and that it'll come back in the future.
26th Jun '13 4:45:50 PM Chris
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.

to:

* HeyItsThatVoice: In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.film.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show can be considered a victim of this during its run on the revived {{Toonami}}, as it was unceremoniously removed from the lineup to make room for InuYasha. Fortunately, the Toonami crew have [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that the show's removal is only temporary and that it'll come back in the future.
18th May '13 7:59:18 AM Austin
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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.
* ShoutOut: The second episode of the first season has a robot tank that has a crippled soldier's brain uploaded to it go on a rampage to his anti robotics parent's house. Kusanagi attempts to stop it by ripping open it's hatch just like the climatic battle in the film. In this case it doesn't result in ExplosiveOverclocking and she doesn't rip herself apart, she just doesn't have the strength to do it.
** In the 3rd episode of 2nd GIG, one of the sex dolls in the background looks just like the Major in her civilian clothes from the manga.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: In the English dub, Batou and Chief Aramaki carry over their voice actors from the 1995 film.
* ShoutOut: The second episode of the first season has a robot tank that has a crippled soldier's brain uploaded to it go on a rampage to his anti robotics parent's house. Kusanagi attempts to stop it by ripping open it's hatch just like the climatic battle in the film. In this case it doesn't result in ExplosiveOverclocking and she doesn't rip herself apart, she just doesn't have the strength to do it.
** In the 3rd episode of 2nd GIG, one of the sex dolls in the background looks just like the Major in her civilian clothes from the manga.
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