Ghost in The Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society

Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Solid State Society (攻殻機動隊 STAND ALONE COMPLEX Solid State Society, Kōkaku Kidōtai: Sutando Arōn Konpurekkusu Soriddo Sutēto Sosaieti?) is an OVA and part of the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex series based on Masamune Shirow's manga Ghost in the Shell. It was produced by Production I.G and directed by Kenji Kamiyama.

In order to provide theatrical quality, the film premiered on the Japanese satellite PPV platform SKY PerfecTV! Perfect Choice ch160, on September 1, 2006. It also aired in Japan on the anime satellite TV network Animax on May 27, 2007. The film was also released on DVD in Japan on November 24, 2006, and was released in the U.S. by Bandai Entertainment and Manga Entertainment, in a normal and limited edition on July 3, 2007.

The Sci Fi Channel aired Solid State Society to inaugurate its Ani-Monday programming block on June 11, 2007. A 3-D version of the film was announced on November 2010 and was released in Japanese theaters on March 26, 2011.

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... Christopher Monfette of IGN gave Solid State Society an "Impressive" score of 8.0 out of 10, stating that it was "A worthwhile watch" ... crime film with some clever science-fiction twists and solid action" but criticizing it was "wordy, confusing and somewhat bloodless." Wai Yung (Wayne) Chim of ... progression of the story." Marcus Doidge of DVD Active gave it a 6/10 stating, "Solid State Society isn't as strong as the first and second season of the anime show but being ...

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