Laughing Man (Ghost in The Shell)

Laughing Man (Ghost In The Shell)

The Laughing Man (笑い男, Warai Otoko?) is a fictional character in the animated series Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. His voice actor is Kōichi Yamadera, while he is voiced in Bandai Entertainment's English dub by Steven Blum.

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Laughing Man (Ghost In The Shell) - Salinger References
... Other references to Salinger's book The Catcher in the Rye include the red hunting cap that the real Laughing Man wears backwards and the baseball mitt with poetry written on it the laughing man carries while under the guise of a patient at a vocational aid center ... Another is his reference to "phonies," a term used frequently by Rye's Holden Caulfield ...

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