History WMG / GhostInTheShell

23rd Sep '16 9:40:27 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The Franchise/GhostInTheShell franchise is the SpiritualSuccessor to three [[CreativityLeash unleashed]] {{Cyberpunk}} thrillers that were tragically [[MisaimedMarketing mis-categorized as children's movies]], thus [[HypeAversion annihilating any adult appeal]]: ''TheBraveLittleToaster'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', and ''AllDogsGoToHeaven''.]]

These three movies were before ''Ghost in the Shell'', (1995) and are very similar to it. All four works are somewhere that someone would want to escape from. Possibly except for TheBraveLittleToaster, they are crime ridden, war torn, and poverty stricken places. In all four works, [[CrapsackWorld the world is dangerous and treacherous]], and parts and abilities of characters can be stolen and sold off. TheHero is human in none of these stories. In all except TheBraveLittleToaster, the ending is a vast firefight near, or in, a body of water.
* In TheBraveLittleToaster, (1987) a human abandons a group of [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids sentient appliances]], who then fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master. Then, in ''Stand Alone Complex'': MACHINES DESRANTES, The Major tries to have her loyal tanks vivisected. Some survive, and fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master.

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[[WMG: The Franchise/GhostInTheShell franchise is the SpiritualSuccessor to three [[CreativityLeash unleashed]] {{Cyberpunk}} thrillers that were tragically [[MisaimedMarketing mis-categorized as children's movies]], thus [[HypeAversion annihilating any adult appeal]]: ''TheBraveLittleToaster'', ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', and ''AllDogsGoToHeaven''.]]

These three movies were before ''Ghost in the Shell'', (1995) and are very similar to it. All four works are somewhere that someone would want to escape from. Possibly except for TheBraveLittleToaster, ''The Brave Little Toaster'', they are crime ridden, war torn, and poverty stricken places. In all four works, [[CrapsackWorld the world is dangerous and treacherous]], and parts and abilities of characters can be stolen and sold off. TheHero is human in none of these stories. In all except TheBraveLittleToaster, ''The Brave Little Toaster'', the ending is a vast firefight near, or in, a body of water.
* In TheBraveLittleToaster, ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'', (1987) a human abandons a group of [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids sentient appliances]], who then fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master. Then, in ''Stand Alone Complex'': MACHINES DESRANTES, The Major tries to have her loyal tanks vivisected. Some survive, and fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master.
4th Sep '16 3:18:32 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Cyborgs are actually starchildren from TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey.]]

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[[WMG: Cyborgs are actually starchildren from TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey.''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey''.]]



We couldn't ascend from bone-weilding apes to spacefaring humans in one step (never minding how the movie portrays this). Likewise, we can't ascend from meat-based lifeforms straight to godlike transdimensional energy beings in one-step. Like their {{Precursors}}, humans first have to ascend to cybernetic, then to completely android, only then can they move on to energy beings. Thus, the starchild that David Bowman was sent back to Earth as was actually a cyborg. At that point the human race began a slow ascent to cybernetic life, and cyborgs aka starchildren are becoming commonplace by the time Ghost in a Shell is set.

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We couldn't ascend from bone-weilding apes to spacefaring humans in one step (never minding how the movie portrays this). Likewise, we can't ascend from meat-based lifeforms straight to godlike transdimensional energy beings in one-step. Like their {{Precursors}}, humans first have to ascend to cybernetic, then to completely android, only then can they move on to energy beings. Thus, the starchild that David Bowman was sent back to Earth as was actually a cyborg. At that point the human race began a slow ascent to cybernetic life, and cyborgs aka starchildren are becoming commonplace by the time Ghost in a Shell is set.
24th Aug '15 12:21:16 PM Willbyr
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[[WMG:The world of ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' is set on Earth in the {{Transformers}} universe after the Transformers had left earth.]]

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[[WMG:The world of ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' is set on Earth in the {{Transformers}} Franchise/{{Transformers}} universe after the Transformers had left earth.]]



* In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (1989), a 15 year old girl sold her voice, with her voice removed, not voice acting, and had her lower body replaced with prostheses. The protagonist is in her museum when she sings a song of [[HumanityIsInfectious anthropological ambition]], and her father uses an multiple rocket launching, individually portable weapon to destroy her museum, in a multiple rocket launching rage. Basically, he [[NoEndorHolocaust blew a confined, water-filled space to bits with them both inside]]. She tried to romance someone, and had to compete against someone that used [[GhostInTheShell a full prosthetic body]] and ThePowerOfRock to manufacture sex appeal. The protagonist reneged on her agreement, and in the ensuing underwater, massive, ultra-destructive armed struggle, the most competent characters in the entire movie were killed by their own employer in one volley of gunfire. The firefight involved a [[HoistByHisOwnPetard powerful captured weapon]]. The protagonist grew up and had a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18435_5-movie-romances-that-wont-last-according-to-science.htm doomed marriage]].

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* In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' (1989), a 15 year old girl sold her voice, with her voice removed, not voice acting, and had her lower body replaced with prostheses. The protagonist is in her museum when she sings a song of [[HumanityIsInfectious anthropological ambition]], and her father uses an multiple rocket launching, individually portable weapon to destroy her museum, in a multiple rocket launching rage. Basically, he [[NoEndorHolocaust blew a confined, water-filled space to bits with them both inside]]. She tried to romance someone, and had to compete against someone that used [[GhostInTheShell [[Franchise/GhostInTheShell a full prosthetic body]] and ThePowerOfRock to manufacture sex appeal. The protagonist reneged on her agreement, and in the ensuing underwater, massive, ultra-destructive armed struggle, the most competent characters in the entire movie were killed by their own employer in one volley of gunfire. The firefight involved a [[HoistByHisOwnPetard powerful captured weapon]]. The protagonist grew up and had a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18435_5-movie-romances-that-wont-last-according-to-science.htm doomed marriage]].
29th May '15 6:05:36 AM Willbyr
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[[WMG:The Major was a test subject in the Japanese version of the program used to create the cyborgs of GunslingerGirl.]]

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[[WMG:The Major was a test subject in the Japanese version of the program used to create the cyborgs of GunslingerGirl.Manga/GunslingerGirl.]]
22nd May '15 5:01:08 PM aerojockey
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[[WMG: Cyborgs are actually starchildren from TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey.]]
Starchild eyes look exactly like cyborg eyes.

We couldn't ascend from bone-weilding apes to spacefaring humans in one step (never minding how the movie portrays this). Likewise, we can't ascend from meat-based lifeforms straight to godlike transdimensional energy beings in one-step. Like their {{Precursors}}, humans first have to ascend to cybernetic, then to completely android, only then can they move on to energy beings. Thus, the starchild that David Bowman was sent back to Earth as was actually a cyborg. At that point the human race began a slow ascent to cybernetic life, and cyborgs aka starchildren are becoming commonplace by the time Ghost in a Shell is set.
2nd Nov '14 12:09:59 AM TitoMosquito
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[[WMG:The world of Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex is set on earth in the {{Transformers}} universe after the {{Transformers}} had left earth.]]
After the autobots had won the war on earth they left for Cybertron leaving a litter of Decepticon slag behind them. A few human scientists picked the dead transformers up and experimented with their core personality units to find out how to conserve the human brain with such technology.

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[[WMG:The world of Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' is set on earth Earth in the {{Transformers}} universe after the {{Transformers}} Transformers had left earth.]]
After the autobots Autobots had won the war on earth Earth they left for Cybertron leaving a litter of Decepticon slag behind them. A few human scientists picked the dead transformers Transformers up and experimented with their core personality units to find out how to conserve the human brain with such technology.\\



[[WMG:The world of Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex is not earth.]]

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[[WMG:The world of Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' is not earth.Earth.]]



[[WMG:Ghost In The Shell is the near future of [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion.]]]]

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[[WMG:Ghost In The Shell [[WMG:''Ghost in the Shell'' is the near future of [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion.]]]]''[[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion]]''.]]
13th Jun '14 8:25:11 AM Willbyr
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[[WMG: The GhostInTheShell franchise is the SpiritualSuccessor to three [[CreativityLeash unleashed]] {{Cyberpunk}} thrillers that were tragically [[MisaimedMarketing mis-categorized as children's movies]], thus [[HypeAversion annihilating any adult appeal]]: ''TheBraveLittleToaster'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', and ''AllDogsGoToHeaven''.]]
These three movies were before GhostInTheShell, (1995) and are very similar to it. All four works are somewhere that someone would want to escape from. Possibly except for TheBraveLittleToaster, they are crime ridden, war torn, and poverty stricken places. In all four works, [[CrapsackWorld the world is dangerous and treacherous]], and parts and abilities of characters can be stolen and sold off. TheHero is human in none of these stories. In all except TheBraveLittleToaster, the ending is a vast firefight near, or in, a body of water.
* In TheBraveLittleToaster, (1987) a human abandons a group of [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids sentient appliances]], who then fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master. Then, in StandaloneComplex: MACHINES DESRANTES, The Major tries to have her loyal tanks vivisected. Some survive, and fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master.

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[[WMG: The GhostInTheShell Franchise/GhostInTheShell franchise is the SpiritualSuccessor to three [[CreativityLeash unleashed]] {{Cyberpunk}} thrillers that were tragically [[MisaimedMarketing mis-categorized as children's movies]], thus [[HypeAversion annihilating any adult appeal]]: ''TheBraveLittleToaster'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', and ''AllDogsGoToHeaven''.]]
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These three movies were before GhostInTheShell, ''Ghost in the Shell'', (1995) and are very similar to it. All four works are somewhere that someone would want to escape from. Possibly except for TheBraveLittleToaster, they are crime ridden, war torn, and poverty stricken places. In all four works, [[CrapsackWorld the world is dangerous and treacherous]], and parts and abilities of characters can be stolen and sold off. TheHero is human in none of these stories. In all except TheBraveLittleToaster, the ending is a vast firefight near, or in, a body of water.
* In TheBraveLittleToaster, (1987) a human abandons a group of [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids sentient appliances]], who then fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master. Then, in StandaloneComplex: ''Stand Alone Complex'': MACHINES DESRANTES, The Major tries to have her loyal tanks vivisected. Some survive, and fight against impossible odds in a hostile world to win back their master.



* Humanity is like a security blanket in GhostInTheShell (GITS), and humanity helps protect against cyberbrain attacks. GITS has lots of existentialist philosophizing and humanity-supporting knickknacks, like The Major's wristwatch, for example. So both GITS and ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' have humanity as a virtue, existentialist philosophy, and humanity-knickknacks. Many characters in both works use fire based weapons, and at least two characters in each work use prostheses. Both types of equipment are very effective in both works. At the end of both movies, a main character is resurrected, and two characters in ''The Little Mermaid'' and StandaloneComplex get coupled: Eric and Ariel get married to each other. Motoko gets in the body that she likes much better, and Motoko and Bateau stand around together barely clothed in an apartment. Guess what happens next.

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* Humanity is like a security blanket in GhostInTheShell ''Ghost in the Shell'' (GITS), and humanity helps protect against cyberbrain attacks. GITS has lots of existentialist philosophizing and humanity-supporting knickknacks, like The Major's wristwatch, for example. So both GITS and ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' have humanity as a virtue, existentialist philosophy, and humanity-knickknacks. Many characters in both works use fire based weapons, and at least two characters in each work use prostheses. Both types of equipment are very effective in both works. At the end of both movies, a main character is resurrected, and two characters in ''The Little Mermaid'' and StandaloneComplex ''Stand Alone Complex'' get coupled: Eric and Ariel get married to each other. Motoko gets in the body that she likes much better, and Motoko and Bateau stand around together barely clothed in an apartment. Guess what happens next.
13th Jun '14 8:14:03 AM Willbyr
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[[WMG:The world of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex is set on earth in the {{Transformers}} universe after the {{Transformers}} had left earth.]]

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[[WMG:The world of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex is set on earth in the {{Transformers}} universe after the {{Transformers}} had left earth.]]



[[WMG:The world of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex is not earth.]]

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[[WMG:The world of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex is not earth.]]
2nd Jun '14 10:15:36 PM Nimdok
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[[WMG: Gabriel was the ghost-hacked garbage man's dog.]]
Because leave it to Batou to adopt a dog from some poor berk who just found out his whole life is a lie.
10th Dec '13 5:28:18 PM ten1234
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** This doesn't quite work, as it's specifically mentioned in a summary of the laughing man incident that two unaugmented homeless people saw his real face.
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