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Was this any good?

I didn't like S.A.C much because of the episodic format, it felt like anything that wasn't about the laughing man was filler.
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> Was this any good?
It's half way through.

>I didn't like S.A.C much because of
the episodic format, it felt like anything that wasn't about the laughing man was filler.
You have shit taste.
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>>100183995
What happened to the major's face and why is Batou fat?
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>>100183995
>it felt like anything that wasn't about the laughing man was filler
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>>100187372
Alternate telling of the series, they changed quite a bit of stuff.
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dont watch it.
because i dont want people like you forming opinions on it.
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Its analysis of ideas isn't as robust as the movies' and shows' are, but its presentation is strong and assertive, which I think is better than the shows and perhaps on par with the movies.
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"Maaya Sakamoto as Kusanagi" was all I needed to hear.
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It seems to take a lot of the philosophical stuff out and instead focuses on political plotting. It's still pretty good though.

>it felt like anything that wasn't about the laughing man was filler
uh, what?
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It's a whopping "eh".
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>>100183995
That came out already ?
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>2030
>running windows on your cyberbrain



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