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Her world starts to turn upside down when people from her school starts receiving e-mail messages from Chisa, a schoolmate of theirs who killed herself several days before. Many believe this to be a cruel prank, however Lain is intrigued and maintains contact with the 'ghost' of Chisa. Her father, who we are shown early in the series as having an almost unhealthy interest in activities in the Wired - gaming, chatting, visiting various sites, has provided her with a latest model Navi or high-powered computer.

Several episodes later, we see Lain acquiring hacking skills which seems to have been within her all along. She extensively travels the Wired, becoming known eventually as 'Lain of the Wired' - a sort of saintly figure for hackers.

She modifies her Navi until her room becomes a dark cave of wires, computer screens, cooling pipes and electronic components all connected with each other. Several personalities develop in contrast to the shy and aloof Lain in the real world.

First is the infamous Lain of the Wired who is confident and capable. William Gibson described cyberspace, a word which he coined, as a sort of 'collective hallucination. We continually ask whether everything that happens in the anime is merely an emanation of the mind of Lain following the merging through her of the Wired and the real world.

Various unusual things happen - her sister becomes trapped in an alternative world where she sees the real world but cannot interact with the people in it, while a doppelganger, a fake double of her now lives and acts as her in Lain's family. Later in the series, Lain claims that she has finally made formerly united humanity divided by various reasons, united again.

This series references the early development of the internet all the while mixing in various fictional things such as the development of the Seventh Generation Internet Protocol by a Japanese scientist.

Through various fictional reasons, it claims therefore of a development of an internet without the need for wires and computer screens to access it. The human mind itself becomes a node in this fictional internet and Lain is the overseeing power that controls it. Reading the literature about this, we encounter such words as transhuman or posthuman. This concept of the post-human is said to be in tandem with the current prevailing postmodern situation of the world.

We find the earliest presentation of this question of identity with regards to what separates the human being from machines as early as the seventeenth century in Europe where the idea that 'man is merely machine' surfaced. Although this is often attributed to Descartes, this is really not so since Descartes did not claim that there was no soul, in fact, he said that what separated the human being from animals is the presence of this 'rational soul.

La Mettrie took the most radical interpretation of Descartes' thoughts on the human body at that time. He was a French physician who studied under a Dutch teacher who taught the theories of Descartes.

His most famous and controversial work is Man as Machine published in Leyden in The church immediately ordered the publisher to surrender the copies to be burned. Though published anonymously, La Mettrie sensed trouble and escaped. This is a materialist work which argued that man was an automaton "a self- winding machine, a living representation of perpetual motion. We see this idea in its extreme form for example, in the manga Blame!

Knopf, , In Ghost in the Shell, the main character, Major Motoko Kusanagi is more than ninety percent cyborg, with only a small portion of her brain and spinal cord still organic.

She jokingly tells a fellow agent and friend Batuo, who is also almost completely cyborg, that if she opts out of Section Nine the covert agency in New Port City which deals with cybercrime , she would also have to relinquish all those cyborg parts in her which belongs to the agency which leaves her with literally nothing. She has bouts of existential crises when she tries to prove to herself that it is indeed her, that her experiences and thoughts are unique to herself.

She started out so many years ago as pure organic human and came to her current situation of having a mostly artificial or synthetic body. The route of Lain, we see in the later episodes of the series, is the opposite.

She was revealed to have been 'born' in the Wired, which is the cyberspace. She was given an organic form by Tachibana General Laboratories, a powerful zaibatsu specializing in communications technologies, particularly the development of the seventh generation Internet Protocol. Lain was given a family, though her memory of actually being presented to this made-up family only surfaced in the last episodes. If the case was that Lain was 'born' in the wired, then her situation is similar to that of Project , the main villain, we are led to believe, in Ghost in the Shell.

The character of is interesting in that it is an exploration of how a self-aware pure cybernetic being might act or think.

The situation becomes ironic and slightly humorous since Project , after rebelling from those who programmed 'him,' was trapped in a cyborg body in the shape of a Caucasian female. By doing so, he would not have any access to the Net, thereby rendering him, momentarily at least, powerless. The creators of Ghost in the Shell clearly showed a historical awareness of the topics they are exploring in this anime.

Innocence deals with what maybe one of the most human emotions there is - love. Love, however which is set in the cyberpunk world of cyborgs and androids.

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The novel by de l'Isle-Adam is about the creation of a perfect woman, an android, by a fictional Thomas Edison. Innocence borrowed the name of this perfect woman, this android, for the prostitute androids a more accurate term is gynoid because they are female in their anime - Hadaly. In the realm of science, the figure of Prof. Ichiro Kato of Waseda University, known as the father of Japanese humanoid robotics must be mentioned.

Like the fictional character of Thomas Edison in the novel, Ichiro wanted to create a 'perfect woman. This interest then in Japanese cyberpunk of questions regarding humanity with regards to cyborgs and the production of cyborgs has its origins in actual humanoid robotic science which is being developed at that time.

Japan is Cyberpunk Japanese cyberpunk anime and manga represent the visual cutting-edge in the presentation of this particular genre. Compared to the cyberpunk novels and movies of the West, Japanese cyberpunk is more visually stunning through the blending in digital and traditional animation in Ghost in the Shell for example; or the works of Tsutomo Nihei which is an all new type of manga, an artistic type whose quality is so far beyond the usual fare even within the Japanese manga market itself.

From the west, we have their idealization of Japan, a so-called 'techno-orientalism,' wherein instead of the traditional images of kabuki, tea ceremony and zen monks, what is imagined now are shiny high-tech gadgets and robots. On the part of Japan, we see through these cyberpunk anime and manga the production of visually and intellectualy stunning works.

It shows a recognition of its own role in this new highly technological world, an admission that indeed they are as they are perceived by the west, and probably even more. The works of William Gibson then represented this view of Japan from the outside.

In a short article entitled, "The Future Perfect" Gibson asked how did Japan become the most favored setting among cyberpunk authors? He reminisces that during his childhood, the United States was the future while Japan's role was that of producer of toy robots and plastic astronauts.

Several decades later, it seems, the United States has been surpassed by Japan. He says that by the s, Japan was already "the de facto spiritual home He says that it is not that there was a cyberpunk movement in Japan or a native cyberpunk literature, "Japan is simply cyberpunk. His imagined market are the Japanese people themselves. This is important since by pandering to the tastes of the foreign market, a certain creative independence would be lost, which could result in a degeneration of the finished product.

Regarding the works of Tsutomo Nihei on the other hand, to a certain extent we see that he has a Western, particularly European market in mind. This however does not result in a degeneracy of his works because his stories are set safely in a far far future where racial lines have become blurred. The name of the main character for example in Blame is Killy which is racially neutral. His works therefore have a universal quality; they can be accessed by both western and Japanese audiences.

In his 12 Gibson, William. The Future Perfect How did Japan become the favored default setting for so many cyberpunk writers? Time Asia, April 30, That the exploration of the dark side of technology through the works of cyberpunk, should have Japan as its center, is an almost natural thing.

Being the only country that has experienced not one, but two atomic bombings in the history of mankind, contemporary Japanese artists and creators are at a highly unique position to make statements through their works regarding the end or purpose of technological developments.

Cyberpunk is basically a criticism of the idea that further improvements in technology would lead to further progress and development. During the Meiji Period, we see Japan importing modern western technology and applying these into their own country in order to be a modern power itself. Needless to say, there was a widespread belief in the benefits of technical innovations. This interest manifested itself in Japanese interest in science fiction at that time.

Jules Verne, an author widely regarded as one of the early founding fathers of the genre of science fiction, was known in Japan. In fact, his novel Around the World in Eighty Days, was translated into Japanese a mere six years after it was published in Other works of his such as Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, about a powerful underwater vessel capable of venturing into the deepest parts of the ocean, were later translated into Japanese as well.

The dark side of technology, specifically, the internet, can be seen most recently in the following examples from Japan: 1 the Nevada-Chan Incident wherein an year-old girl murdered her year-old classmate using a boxcutter knife inside their classroom. These new digital technology related incidents are not peculiar to Japan however. There was an incident in South Korea in for example, where a man died from exhaustion in a cyber cafe after three days of continuously playing starcraft, a computer strategy game.

Furthermore, we have the hackers, who through use of various techniques are able to gain access to classified information, or to attack government websites, or to manipulate important data such as bank accounts.

Various online communities interested in all sorts of things, ranging from the mundane to the illegal, proliferate in the internet. The Craigslist killer18 of the United States and the Facebook murders 19 in Colombia for example, all show these international and global orientation of new technological phenomena.

These serve to show that the internet has become not just a place for sharing information, educational materials and as an alternative communication tool.

To use William Gibson's words, 'the street finds its 14 Andrew Harding, Japan's internet 'suicide clubs' December 7, We started our discussion of Japanese cyberpunk with the background, the setting and time period of these cyberpunk works. We find that this is from the present time to several centuries, even thousands of years into the future. In Ghost in the Shell and Serial Experiments Lain, we see clearly that the place they are set in is Japan, in one of its technological cities reflected in fiction.

The most extreme of these are Blame! Next, we looked at the corporations, with its monopoly of technological production, they are able to wield themselves as molders of society.

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We see that in cyberpunk, they are almost, if not more powerful than the governments because they can have armies as well and can control specific territories. From these, we looked at the more intimate scope, with our discussion of the internet as portrayed in Japanese cyberpunk manga, especially in Serial Experiments Lain which was released in , the same period when the ubiquity of the internet in cities worldwide became apparent.

At the most intimate, we then discussed the issue of humanity itself in these works, with the interesting question posed of what remains human after extensive body modifications and of the interaction between humanity and self-aware beings that arose spontaneously out of cyberspace. Lastly, we situated cyberpunk in Japan, taking our cue from the words of William Gibson that "Japan itself is cyberpunk.

The importation of foreign technology was welcomed and led to the fast and thorough industrialization of Japan during the Meiji until the Second World War.

But afterwards, the devastation brought upon by 16 the two atomic bombs, themselves products of the technologies of the modern world, opened the consciousness not just of Japan, but of the world of the destructive capabilities of atomic technology.

This critical eye then was applied towards digital technology in the late twentieth and the first years of the twenty-first century in these Japanese cyberpunk works.

In the contemporary period, we then mentioned all these new phenomena arising from interactions of human beings in cyberspace.

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Wright, Alex. Plot[ edit ] After stealing a student's one month of allowance, Eros Magdayo meets a girl named Eris Jane Trinidad, who claims that she is his guardian angel.

Disbelieving her, Eros tries hard to get away from her, with no success. Eris tries to convince him further, stating that she is already dead and it is her mission to change Eros' bad ways within a month.

She further states that if they are able to complete the mission, Eros will be granted a wish, and Eris will be given the chance to live again.

Still not convinced by her, Eros returns to his family's home, a place he rarely visits because of his being an adopted child. Much to his dismay, Eris tries to come to his home, having no place to settle in, with his older step-sister Risa letting her stay inside.

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While lamenting about Risa's inevitable death due to her illness, he thinks about Eris' claim of being able to grant him a wish, and wanting to wish for his sister to be healed. Thus Eros goes along with Eris to try to finish her mission within a month so that he could be granted his wish while giving Eris a chance to live again. The online novel consisted of 22 chapters and one epilogue. As of now, reads of the story are over 4 million and has over 80, votes.

The online novel's contents was removed in to prevent plagiarism for the publishing of the novel.The many apocalyptic anime and manga seem to be expressions of a Beside the three factors above, there is one thing pervasive social pessimism. Shoujo ai. Unlike other popular culture medium such as television that its influence is clearly shown and catch the attention of people who rise against it, comic had proved otherwise.

Why he has killed an entire universe as a sacrifice and offering to her, yet it is still not enough for him to truly win her hand as a prize for his lifelong devotion. Furthermore, we have the hackers, who through use of various techniques are able to gain access to classified information, or to attack government websites, or to manipulate important data such as bank accounts.

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