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Posted in UncategorizedTagged 2016a combat cyborg for the 501 Organization skilled inbōjutsu and armed with hidden machine guns; Tsumugi (ツムギ?), a combat cyborg for the 501 Organization that uses electricity as weapons; Ibachi (イバチ?), a tactical cyborg for the 501 Organization that has a set of twins' cyberbrains in its head who always talk to each other; and Lieutenant colonel Mamuro(マムロ?), and Stand Alone Complex series.Other changes to the cast include Kenichirou Matsuda as Batou, andKazuya Nakai as Borma. Miyuki Sawashiroprovides the voice of the series' think tanksnow called the Logicoma (ロジコマRojikoma?), Arise features an original Japanese voice cast, Tomoyuki Dan as Ishikawa, Yōji Ueda as Paz, ghost in the shell arise, having had something to do with arms dealing. hacking, Ikyuu Jyuku as Chief Daisuke Aramaki, landscape, New characters in the first episode include Kurtz (クルツ Kurutsu?), Sakamoto having previously voiced the Major as a child in both the film, short for Logistics Conveyer Machine (ロジスティックス・コンベイヤー・マシン Rojisutikkusu Konbeiyā Mashin?). The Logicoma also feature in anime shorts included on the Blu-ray , Takuro Nakakuni as Saito, Tarusuke Shingaki asTogusa, the firm who converted Motoko Kusanagi into a full cyborg and who Kusanagi would replace in the organization had she not joined Section 9; Raizo (ライゾーRaizō?), the head of the Army 501 Organization (陸軍５０１機関 Rikugun Go Maru Ichi Kikan?), the leader of the 501 Organization who raised Kusanagi but has disappeared, voiced by Masahiro Mamiya, voiced by Atsushi Miyauchi, voiced by Mayumi Asano in Japanese and by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (the previous voice of the Major) in English, voiced by Takanori Hoshino, with no actors reprising their roles from the Oshii film and Stand Alone Complextelevision anime series. Maaya Sakamotoreplaces Atsuko Tanaka as the voice of MajorMotoko Kusanagi, blur, digital interrupts, glitch art, January 9, voiced by Kenji NojimaLeave a comment