One of the things I like most about the actual product, and not just the films themselves is that the box has a reflective glow that really makes it stand out. Plus, each Blu-Ray case has a detailed guide inside that is packed with fun facts. On top of all that each cover is reversible showing a image of Tokyo on the inside of each cover. Volume one’s inside cover is red and volume two’s cover is green.
Most people know what to expect from a Ghost In The Shell series, but for those who don’t these OVA’s have some sweet action scenes and a very enjoyable sci-fi military story that doesn’t leave you with just mindless action. I understand that some people don’t like the fact that this series has new voice actors, but that doesn’t bother me, and isn’t a big deal. The bottom line is that Ghost In The Shell is just as good as it always been, and deserves your time.
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