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SSJMaster vs. Xinil - A story of epic battles! Season 2

SSJMaster vs. Xinil - A story of epic battles! Season 2

Alternative Titles

English: SSJMaster
Synonyms: SSJMaster
Japanese: ???????

Information

Type:
Episodes: 9001
Status:
Aired: Not available
Genres:
Duration: Unknown
Rating: None
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 2.671 (scored by 3 users)
Ranked: #90022
Popularity: #2311
Members: 7,181
Favorites: 87
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Popular Tags

mecha sci-fi

Synopsis

Prepare yourself for another 9001 action-packed episodes oozing with epicness!

Characters & Voice Actors

Goto, Kiichi
Goto, Kiichi
Main
Ohbayashi, Ryusuke
Japanese
Ohbayashi, Ryusuke
Smith, Roger Craig
English
Smith, Roger Craig
...
Nagumo, Shinobu
Nagumo, Shinobu
Main
Sakakibara, Yoshiko
Japanese
Sakakibara, Yoshiko
Hollingshead, Megan
English
Hollingshead, Megan
...
Arakawa, Shigeki
Arakawa, Shigeki
Supporting
Takenaka, Naoto
Japanese
Takenaka, Naoto
Izumi, Noa
Izumi, Noa
Supporting
Riça, Iara
Brazilian
Riça, Iara
Song, Do Yeong
Korean
Song, Do Yeong

Staff

Ishikawa, Mitsuhisa
Producer
Oshii, Mamoru
Director
Ito, Kazunori
Script
Kon, Satoshi
Storyboard, Layout



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Jan 1, 2010
Archaeon
If you ask the average anime fan for an intelligent, well crafted movie directed by Oshii Mamoru that has politics and philosophy mixed into a complex plot that featured high tech shenanigans, and that had great animation, sound and characterisation, then the chances are that the answer will be Ghost in the Shell.

Or, they'll tell you about Patlabor 2.

Released in 1993, four years after the first Patlabor movie, the sequel once again united the talents of Headgear, in particular those of scriptwriter Ito Kazunori and Oshii himself. The movie received widespread critical acclaim, and although it's emphasis on taut drama rather than mecha action alienated read more
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Nov 12, 2007
Huntsman
In 1999 a UN peacekeeping in Cambodia goes terribly wrong. A unit led by Lieutenant Colonel Yukihito Tsuge using Labor Units are ambushed by guerrillas and he has orders not to fire back. So he's forced to watch as his men are killed, and left alone in the Cambodia jungle. Skip to 2002 and 3 years after the first movie. Many people who worked for section 2 have been reassigned Noa and Shinohara are still there now working for Shinohara Heavy Industries. Ota has been reassigned as a instructor. Shinshi as been reassigned to Tokyo Metropolitan Police General read more
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Recommendations

Both GitS and Patlabor 2 are Mamoru Oshii films. Both have a slow, thoughtful tone and very cleverly crafted plot, with less action than your average sci-fi, but neither falls at all short once it does kick off the action.
both worked on by Mamoru Oshii both slow, understated political dramas both mix action and thoughtful aspects

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