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  Kusanagi back on Laughing Man trail.
  Nuts ‘n’ bolts sex-goddess Major Motoko Kusanagi and the officers of Section 9 return this month with the long awaited release of Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2, episodes 5 to 8 in the classic 26 part series. As if Section 9 didn’t have enough on their plate with the reappearance of the notorious cyber-terrorist, The Laughing Man, they also have to foil an assassination, capture a foreign revolutionary and bust an organ smuggling ring!

Fans of the first instalment have been waiting ages for this and probably won’t be disappointed. GITS 2 (that doesn’t sound very nice!) comes as a 2-disc set featuring interviews with Aramaki’s voice, composer Yoko Kanno, episode profiles, trailers and even an interactive quiz. It’s sure gonna be a long, hard wait until Manga Entertainment bring the world's sexiest Robocop back to DVD on 21st February,
  Wayne Southworth [3 Feb 2005 at 15:50]

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