Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex: SAC 2045 - Season 1
The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the anime series Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex: SAC_2045 :
- 1.1 Glock 17
- 1.2 Heckler & Koch Mark 23
- 1.3 Heckler & Koch USP
- 1.4 Seburo M5
- 1.5 SIG-Sauer P226
- 1.6 SIG-Sauer P320 TACOPS Carry
- 1.7 Unknown Pistols
- 2.2 Fictional carbine
- 2.3 FN SCAR-L
- 2.5 Seburo AR
- 3.1 Kel-Tec KSG
- 3.2 Remington Model 870
- 4.1 Saito's Anti-Personnel Sniper Rifle
- 4.2 Saito's Anti-Materiel Sniper Rifle
- 5.1 Browining M2HB
- 5.2 M134 Minigun
- 5.3 M230 Chain Gun
- 5.4 Tachikoma Claw Machine Gun
- 6.1 Mk 19 Grenade Launcher
- 6.2 Tachikoma Grenade Launcher
- 7.1 FIM-92 Stinger
- 8.1 Shock Grenade
- 8.2 Smoke Grenade
- 9.1 Raider Weapons
- 9.2 Improvised Gun Rack
The Glock 17 is used by a couple of elderly bank robbers in "PIE IN THE SKY - First Bank Robbery". It's also used by officers working under Public Security Section 3, seen in "ASSEMBLE - What Came About as a Result of Togusa's Death". Niihama Metropolitan Police Department Security Police officers and Kyoto Prefectural Police officers use them as their sidearms.
Heckler & Koch Mark 23
The Heckler & Koch Mark 23 is seen with a Nomad in "NO NOISE NO LIFE - Sustainable War".
Heckler & Koch USP
A Heckler & Koch USP is seen with a masked VR avatar when Togusa was unmasked in an investigation in "MAVERICK - Missing In Action".
The Seburo M5 is seen with Togusa in the season, now a plainclothes officer after Public Security Section 9 was disbanded prior to 2045. He later uses it after he gets back to Section 9.
A SIG-Sauer P226 based on the railed version is used by the Major as her sidearm whie leading the GHOSTs. She later uses it after he gets back to Section 9.
SIG-Sauer P320 TACOPS Carry
The SIG-Sauer P320 TACOPS Carry is seen with American Empire National Security Agency (NSA) agents as their sidearm.
The AKS-74 is seen with (seemingly Russian Vozdushno-desantnye voyska Rossii (VDV)) paratroopers invading a Japanese school in "EDGELORD - Revolution of the 14-Year-Olds". An unnamed paratrooper uses an AKS-74 to take out corrupt KPP officers in "NOSTALGIA - All Will Become N."
A fictional carbine is seen with a Nomad in "NO NOISE NO LIFE - Sustainable War". It's also seen with a Fukuoka Special Assault Team (SAT) element in "PIE IN THE SKY - First Bank Robbery".
The FN SCAR-L is seen with Nomads in the GHOSTS arc. In "AT YOUR OWN RISK - Divided by a Wall", they're seen with American Empire soldiers.
The M20A5 is seen with American Empire special forces units as their primary weapon. They're shown with ACOGs and M203 grenade launchers . It appears that the shape is influenced by the FAMAS .
A Seburo-based AR based on the C30 is used by the GHOSTS. It appears that the improvements made include a rail on the upper receiver to install optics and a shorter barrel with a laser sight, already hidden inside the receiver. A built-in underbarrel grenade launcher is also installed.
The Kel-Tec KSG is seen with Ishikawa in "SACRIFICIAL PAWN - Emissary from the Divide" as his secondary weapon while under GHOST.
Remington Model 870
The Remington Model 870 is seen with the Obsidian CEO in "MAVERICK - Missing In Action". An elderly bank guard named Nashida uses it in "PIE IN THE SKY - First Bank Robbery".
Saito's anti-personnel sniper rifle.
Saito uses a fictional AP sniper rifle in the series. It appears to have a chassis based on the Cadex chassis.
Saito's Anti-Materiel Sniper Rifle
After the GHOSTs are tasked to raid Patrick Huge's compound, Saito uses a fictional anti-materiel rifle to take out androids or anything else with heavy armor.
The Browning M2HB is seen mounted on vehicles, usually turning them to improvised technical vehicles. A version of the M2HB is seen in a RCWS mount used in an IFV in "AT YOUR OWN RISK - Divided by a Wall".
The M134 Minigun is seen with some of the Tachikomas repurposed by the Major and the rest of Section 9 when they form GHOSTS.
M230 Chain Gun
A futurized M230 Chain Gun is seen on an unmarked gunship in "SACRIFICIAL PAWN - Emissary from the Divide". It's also seen with the Section 9 helicopter. In previous SAC seasons, they were not armed.
Tachikoma Claw Machine Gun
The Tachikoma's claws are equipped with built-in machine gun when they encounter enemies in close quarters.
Mk 19 grenade launcher.
The Mk 19 Grenade Launcher is seen in "NO NOISE NO LIFE - Sustainable War" with a Nomad Gun Truck. Patrick Huge's personal Armed Suit has a AGL pistol fashioned after the Mk 19 in "PATRICK HUGE - Gift from God".
Tachikoma Grenade Launcher
The Tachikomas can have a grenade launcher installed in the place of the M134 in certain occasions.
A FIM-92 Stinger is used by Batou in "AT YOUR OWN RISK - Divided by a Wall" to take out a drone armed with Hellfire missiles.
The RPG-7 is used by various bad guys in the season.
Improvised Gun Rack
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1. Section 9
Air date: Nov 6, 2004
A special ops unit uncovers an espionage plot.
Air date: Nov 13, 2004
Section 9 must stop a state-of-the-art tank.
3. Android and I
Air date: Nov 20, 2004
Section 9 investigates a mass robot suicide.
Air date: Nov 27, 2004
Togusa receives a call from an old friend.
Air date: Dec 4, 2004
The Laughing Man threatens to assassinate the Superintendent General of the police.
Air date: Dec 11, 2004
Motoko and Paz attend a press conference to protect the Superintendent General from attack.
Air date: Dec 18, 2004
Section 9 trails a South American revolutionary hero.
8. Missing Hearts
Air date: Jan 1, 2005
Kurutan is worried about a heart transplant.
9. Chat! Chat! Chat
Air date: Jan 8, 2005
Kusanagi is worried about someone in a chat room.
10. Jungle Cruise
Air date: Jan 15, 2005
Section 9 knows why American CIA were sent to Tokyo.
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- Genres: Sci fi, Anime
- Network: Cartoon Network
- Premiere Date: Nov 6, 2004
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Among all the animations in the franchise, the Stand Alone Complex series goes deeper into the scenario in which the characters find themselves. Each Section 9 member has more room to develop, showing why they were chosen to join the team. Despite the leading role of Major Motoko Kusanagi, the main plot goes far beyond what the character represents, which brings us an immediate attachment to everyone who makes up the tactical squad. The tachicomas and their reflections are a spectacle in their own right and end up proving to be fundamental to enhance the series. The division between the closed episodes and the episodes that make up the main plot later connect when we think of the whole. The plot of the "Laughing Man" can be a little difficult to understand at first sight, but after watching it one more time with focus, we realize how much we can be manipulated by governments that corrupt themselves, and how much the future of the mega corporations dominating countries can closer to our reality than we imagine. Despite being released in 2002, GITS - Stand Alone Complex is way ahead of its time, predicting the wave of celebrities and social networks, and how much people end up ignoring the reason for the facts in exchange for the phenomenon of spectacularization. The hacker behind the Laughing Man is a person who is not satisfied with the destiny of humanity and at the same time gives meaning to the name of the series, the complex of remaining alone. Chronologically Ghost in the shell - Stand Alone Complex takes place before the events of the 1995 feature film, which culminates in Major's departure as leader of the team. By far one of the best anime series ever made.
A great relaunch. There are clear similarities to the Mamoru Oshii movie but this is a homage, not a ripoff. Quite a few of the episodes got the wrong animation team and there's a lot of CGI, but frankly the latter should not grate too much in a cyberpunk show. Too bad the Critics[tm] forgot to watch the side-story episodes attentively, that's where a big lump of the characterisation happens (which they complain is missing).
Amazing series. One of the greatest anime of all time
One of the best Anime series ever. This is a cartoon but it's definitely not for children. Ghost in the Shell touches on some very complex social issues that our world faces as we become a more and more technological society. It's not an action cartoon. This is a intellectual drama. It will give you something to think about with every episode. The music for GITS is from Yoko Kano and as with all her work it's brilliant.
One of the most amazing anime series of GITS out followed by season 2, even the english voice dub was good as I usually watch it in its native format. But this was good in either or! Deep philosophical episodes as expected with GITS and so much more. Nothing can beat this series except the original movie
Slow to start, but a great story only because of the characters.
I re-watch this series on a regular basis. The characters are great. The environment and story is fantastic. My favorite series. If you haven't watched it, you should give it a spin. Well worth the time.
While it lacks many elements of the movie, this series is very watchable. Great action, twisted story and the cool and all knowing Kusanagi which can solve anmy problem. Whats not to like.
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EP 1 Section 9
Public Security Section 9 is an elite special ops unit that works directly under the control of the Prime Minister. They've been called in to rescue a high-ranking government official from a hostage situation. But something doesn't seem right to Major Motoko Kusanagi. After some investigating, Section 9 uncovers a major espionage plot, and it's up to them to prevent a major international incident.
EP 2 Testation
Kenbishi Heavy Industries has built a state-of-the-art multiped tank. There's only one problem--it's gone haywire and started moving on its own. Section 9 is called in to stop it, as the Self Defense Force will not get involved. Now, it's up to Motoko, Batou, and the rest of Section 9 to stop the tank and figure out what made it go berserk in the first place.
EP 3 Android and I
Across Japan, a number of old JRL type Androids (called "Jeris") are destroying themselves. Section 9 is called in to investigate this mass "robot suicide" because of a potential link to another, more dangerous case. The clues lead them to a jealous owner who may have taken his Jeri too much to heart, but what is his ultimate plan?
EP 4 Intercepter
While working late, Togusa gets a call from one of his colleagues from his days on the police force. It seems that he's uncovered something strange happening with the investigators in the Laughing Man Unit, a special task force formed to catch the infamous cyber criminal known only as the Laughing Man. But before he can meet with Togusa, he's killed in a car accident. Now, Togusa only has an envelope full of seemingly random photos to go on--can he put the pieces of the puzzle together?
The Laughing Man, having returned after a six-year absence, threatens to assassinate the Superintendent-General of the police. Everyone is in an uproar over his return. Aramaki, however, thinks it's a cover-up. He briefs Section 9 on the prime suspect, Nanao=A, an incredibly gifted programmer who developed the micro-machines that are currently the foundation of Serano Industries. Still, it's just too perfect. The team splits up and investigates.
As Togusa and Bato track down Nanao, Motoko and Paz are attempting to protect the Superintendent-General at a press conference about the police misuse of interceptors. When the virus does hit, Motoko and Paz have to act fast to save the intended victim. Meanwhile, the road to Nanao=A hits a dead end.
EP 7 Idolater
Section 9 is on the trail of Marcelo Jarti, a South American revolutionary hero who has arrived in Japan. However, Jarti is a hard man to catch because he employs look-alikes to deceive people. Nevertheless, Section 9 is convinced that the one they're tracking is the real thing, and after a rather out-of-control gunbattle in an upscale hotel, they track him to an old warehouse. When they split up, Togusa, Batou, and Motoko each encounter Jarti--at the same time!
EP 8 Missing Hearts
Motoko's friend Courtin asks her to come to the hospital where she works. It seems a little girl just received a heart transplant, but the donor's family doesn't remember ever agreeing to donate the heart. Seeing the little girl reminds Motoko of her own past. When she mentions this story to Aramaki, he tells them to determine if this is tied to a ring of black-market organ smugglers supposedly run by the mafia.
EP 9 Chat! Chat! Chat!
Motoko enters into an online chat room devoted to the Laughing Man to see if she can find any new information on him. What she discovers is a spirited debate among the self-proclaimed "fans" of the Laughing Man, but very little hard evidence.
EP 10 Jungle Cruise
The CIA arrives in Japan with a request to help them hunt down a serial killer. The killer, a former CIA operative, has recently gone rogue and has turned up in Japan. He is an especially brutal killer, preferring to skin his victims alive in the pattern of a T-shirt. This sparks an odd reaction in Batou, and his normally laid-back demeanor is replaced with one of furious determination. What is the link between Batou and this man?
EP 11 Portraitz
Togusa goes undercover at a hospital for patients with Closed Cyberbrain Syndrome, a hospital completely cut off from communication with the outside world. Disguised as a staff worker, he learns that the patients' unique conditions make them exceptional at programming and hacking defense barrier programs.
EP 12 Escape From
One of the Tachikomas decides to take a little stroll through the city. It meets a little girl, Miki, who is searching for her lost dog and it agrees to help her. On their journey, the Tachikoma finds a strange box. After the adventure with Miki is over and the Tachikoma returns home, the members of Section 9 discover the box, and find that within it is a movie theater that contains the Ghosts of all those who saw the movie. Will Motoko be the next victim?
EP 13 Not Equal
In a briefing, Aramaki shows a photo of a girl who looks like Eka Tokura, the daughter of Tokura Electronics, who was kidnapped 16 years ago. But there's one problem--the photo was taken two days ago! When a team of special operatives was sent in, all contact was lost. Section 9 is assigned to go in and determine what's really going on.
The Chinese government contacts Section 9 to let them know that an assassin may have entered Japan to kill a famous reclusive millionaire. Despite their considerable efforts, however, Section 9 is unable to contact him to warn him, so they go directly to his residence. Unfortunately, a female cyborg assassin named Fem has arrived first. Now it's a showdown between the Major and Fem, and a man's life hangs in the balance.
EP 15 Machines Desirantes
The Major has become worried about the Tachikomas. It appears that their AIs have developed much more quickly and in ways that were not anticipated; they have begun speaking about their "individuality". Worried, the Major calls Batou to a meeting; the Tachikomas, having suspicions of their own, attempt to eavesdrop on their conversation. What will be the fate of Section 9's Tachikomas?
Batou goes undercover on a military base to shadow one of his former heroes, a man named Zaitsev who was an Olympic silver medalist. Now, however, he's under suspicion of espionage. Batou befriends him easily, and the two really seem to get along--which is unusual for Batou. But when Batou learns the truth behind his hero, he must make a very difficult decision.
EP 17 Angel's Share
While at an international police conference in London, Aramaki drops by to visit an old flame who's now in the wine brokering business. She asks him to help her put a stop to the corruption in her company, but he tells her that it's out of his jurisdiction. Just then, however, two thieves break into the building and take them hostage. With a corrupt police official on the outside, it's up to Aramaki to keep them alive and buy enough time for the Major to figure out what's going on.
EP 18 Lost Heritage
Aramaki attends the funeral of an old war buddy, and is greeted by his departed friend's daughter. She tells him that her brother is acting very strangely, and she fears that he may be up to something illegal. Aramaki sympathizes, but says there's nothing he can do legally. Later, Section 9 is assigned the task of protecting the Chinese Foreign Minister from being assassinated. And when they start searching for suspects, the son of Aramaki's friend is at the top of the list!
EP 19 Captivated
Section 9's next case is a rash of mass-kidnappings. Rumor has it that a crime syndicate is harvesting organs and selling them on the black market. As they research the case, they realize that time is running out. If they don't find the kidnapped girls soon, it will be too late. And to make matters worse, there's a Russian cyborg operative who has gone rogue and is now working for the syndicate.
EP 20 Re-View
Togusa is on the trail of the Laughing Man again, and this time, his investigations lead him towards both a leading micromachine corporation and an NGO called the Sunflower Society. As he visits with one of the officers of the Sunflower Society, however, the building is attacked by especially well-armed troops!
EP 21 Eraser
After being shot, Togusa's in the hospital and about to go into surgery, but he is desperate to pass on what he's learned to the rest of Section 9. As Togusa fights for his life, the rest of Section 9 takes over the case, but others within the government have learned of the investigation and are not happy. A special forces unit is dispatched to intercept them with a state-of-the-art Armed Suit.
EP 22 Scandal
Motoko is about to be fitted for her new prosthetic body. But when the doctor arrives and begins the procedure, it's clear that she has no intent of letting Motoko out alive. With Motoko's friend Courtin waiting outside and unaware of what's going on, Motoko must fight for her life. Meanwhile, Aramaki receives a disturbing message that his brother has been kidnapped.
EP 23 Equinox
The Laughing Man returns! And, just as he did six years ago, he kidnaps the president of Serano Genomics without being detected. Section 9 arrives at Serano's house too late, and sets out to find him. The Laughing Man and Mr. Serano discuss what happened six years ago, and why Mr. Serano hasn't fulfilled his promise. This time, however, things are going to be different, with or without Serano's help.
EP 24 Annihilation
The government orders Section 9 disbanded. Aramaki is taken away, and Togusa is arrested. Motoko assembles the remaining team members at HQ for one final mission. They prepare for a full-scale assault while Elite troopers and Armed Suits descend on Section 9 HQ.
EP 25 Barrage
Despite their best efforts, the remaining members of Section 9 are rounded up one by one by the government forces. Only Batou and Motoko are left. Batou goes to Motoko's apartment, even though he's sure its under surveillance. Once inside, he is attacked by the troops, but discovers Motoko's secret weapons cache and manages to fight back. But when the Armed Suit shows up, things start to go badly.
EP 26 Stand Alone Complex
Togusa has been released from jail. But his badge and gun are confiscated, and he's given papers showing the dissolution of Section 9. Out of work and depressed, he tries to find information on the others, but there is nothing available. Thinking that he has nothing left to lose, he goes to assassinate the man responsible when he is stopped by--Batou! It seems that Section 9 is still alive and well after all, but what about the Major?
EP 1 Reembody
A group of terrorists identifying themselves as the "Individual Eleven" barricade themselves within the Chinese Embassy. Section 9 is called in to eliminate the terrorists without any civilian casualties, all before the scheduled police raid.
EP 2 Night Cruise
This episode focuses on the life of a refugee living in Japan. He has plans to "reset the world" and change things. But are his plans merely violent daydreams, or something more sinister?
EP 3 Cash Eye
A hacker and thief by the name of Cash Eye plans on infiltrating a vault during a party, and Section 9 is called in to prevent it. But there are a number of strange elements in this case that don't all add up.
EP 4 Natural Enemy
A routine live-fire exercise goes wrong, leaving a fleet of AI controlled helicopters flying above a refugee area, firing on anyone who comes near. And a mysterious and creepy man known as Gohda arrives to tell Section 9 how to handle it.
EP 5 Inductance
An assassination threat has been made against Prime Minister Kayabuki; Section 9 is called to serve as bodyguards Meanwhile, investigation on the Individual Eleven turns up some interesting history.
EP 6 Excavation
A seemingly run-of-the mill hit-and-run turns into anything but when Togusa investigates. While in Tokyo, he discovers a secret from the past the GSDF is trying to keep hidden deep underground.
EP 7 239 Pu/94
Plans have been leaked to terrorists that the plutonium recovered from the underground nuclear facility in Tokyo is to be moved. Section 9 is called in to ensure the plutonium reaches its destination, and Gohda is there again.
EP 8 Fake Food
While on a stakeout of a Taiwanese vegetarian restaurant, Section 9 finds out that someone is pulling strings and feeding misinformation to the Public Safety Sections.
EP 9 Ambivalence
The Tachikomas and the Major continue to investigate Gohda and his motives, while the rest of Section 9 are out to stop a string of suicide bombings.
EP 10 Trial
Togusa is brought up on charges after he becomes involved with a murder while off duty. But during the course of the trial, it becomes clear that who the attorney is really after is not Togusa, but all of Section 9!
EP 11 Affection
While field testing new recruits, the Major finds herself hacked, and an old woman tells her a story from her past. Watch more Ghost in the Shell on [adult swim].
EP 12 Selecon
The Tachikomas, Ishikawa, and Borma locate a suspicious file believed to be the Individual Eleven virus, The Major, Batou, Saito go after Kuze, and the Individual Eleven prepare to put their plan into action.
EP 13 Make Up
After tracking down the designer of Kuze's face, it is discovered that he was already killed... by Paz.
EP 14 Poker Face
Saito recounts his first run-in with the Major, and how he became part of the group that would eventually become Section 9.
EP 16 Another Chance
The Prime Minister is alerted to the existence of "hub cyberbrains," while Ishikawa returns from the peninsula to report on what he found out about Kuze's past.
EP 17 Red Data
The Major heads to Taiwan to investigate a lead on Kuze, and ends up getting involved with local gangs and a troublesome kid.
EP 18 Transparent
Batou and the Major are sent to Berlin in an international effort to help track down the terrorist Angel's Wing.
EP 19 Chain Reaction
While tensions rise in the Dejima refugee camp, the Major hacks the refugee cyberbrain hub to determine Kuze's location.
EP 20 Fabricate Fog
After being ambushed by Kuze's followers at a false location, Section 9 is alerted to his true location, and his intentions of purchasing nuclear materials from the Russian mafia.The Cabinet Intelligence Service and Gohda are involved behind the scenes.
EP 21 Embarrassment
Kuze escapes and Section 9 suffers heavy damages from the confrontation; Kuze leaves for Nagasaki harbor with the Russian package.
EP 22 Reversal Process
The entire city of Nagasaki is evacuated and the JSDF moves in after a live nuclear bomb is found planted in the city, presumably by Dejima militants. Section 9 arrives to defuse the bomb and determine its precise origins.
EP 23 Martial Law
The government declares martial Law in Dejima, believing that the refugees have a nuclear device and plan to use it to gain independence. When the refugees' connection to Kuze is cut off, one shot begins a bloody war.
EP 24 Nuclear Power
The Prime Minister is taken into custody, and the military begins its strike on Dejima. The Major and part of Section 9 head to Dejima to try to hand over the nuclear device to the military there, in order to defuse the situation, while Ishikawa heads to SPring-8 to deliver the rest of the plutonium.
EP 25 This Side of Justice
Kuze manages to take down the jamming plane, but becomes trapped in rubble with the Major. The Tachikomas begin discussing what to do about the nuclear submarine they have spotted, and Batou manages to convince the special forces that have been sent to kill them to listen to him.
EP 26 Endless GIG
The tables seem to be turning in favor of section 9, but the nuclear missile is still being prepared for launch. The Tachikomas take control of the AI satellite, and take out the nuclear missile.
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In 2030 AD, even if the intention to run around as light and electrons is concentrated in one direction as the computerization becomes generalized and the information network becomes more sophisticated, by the time the "lonely person" becomes an "individual" as a complex. Is an era when it is not computerized. It depicts the activities of the "Public Security Section 9" (commonly known as "Ghost in the Shell"), which was established as an independent counterintelligence unit under the direct control of the Ministry of Home Affairs to counter complicated crimes. There are a wide variety of top-secret missions such as cybercrime investigation, terrorism deterrence / arrest, VIP protection, and corruption detection, but one incident emerges as it is carried out.
S1 e1 - sa: public security section 9; section-9, s1 e2 - sa: proof of recklessness; testation, s1 e3 - sa: a modest rebellion; android and i, s1 e4 - c: the visual device will laugh; intercepter, s1 e5 - c: the inviting bird will chant; decoy, s1 e6 - c: the copycat will dance; meme, s1 e7 - sa: idolatry; idolator, s1 e8 - sa: the fortunate ones; missing hearts, s1 e9 - c: the man who lurks in the darkness of the net; chat chat chat, s1 e10 - sa: a perfect day for a jungle cruise; jungle cruise, s1 e11 - c: inside the forest of the sub-imagoes; portraitz, s1 e12 - sa: tachikoma runaway, the movie director's dream; escape from, s1 e13 - sa: unequal terrorist; not equal, s1 e14 - sa: automated capitalism; ¥€$, s1 e15 - sa: time of the machines; machines désirantes, s1 e16 - sa: chinks in the armour of the heart; ag2o, s1 e17 - sa: the true reason for the unfinished love affair; angels' share, s1 e18 - sa: assassination duet; lost heritage, s1 e19 - sa: embraced by a disguised net; captivated, s1 e20 - c: vanished medication; re-view.