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Ghosts of Paradise, Studio FOW’s newest pornographic parody, showcases Ghost in the Shell’s Major Kusanagi.

Ghosts of Paradise is a 34 minutes-long movie that, in standard Studio FOW fashion, contains more than just spunk. The work follows an original storyline about love and revenge. In the first act, Batou chases after Major Kusanagi, who is secretly investigating a pornographic ring that kidnapped her friend. Later in Act 2, we will see Major enacting her revenge, but once everything goes haywire, things get lewd.

Studio FOW is a 3D animation team that parodies popular franchises in lengthy porn videos. Their previous works include Severance, starring DoA's Helena Douglas, and Lara’s Nightmare, among many others.

You can see the trailer, official synopsis, and sample screencaps of Ghosts of Paradise below:

Section Nine operatives Batou and Togusa are on the trail of Major Motoko Kusanagi, who disappeared without a trace several weeks ago. As they dive deeper into Japan's criminal underbelly in search of the Major, they uncover a conspiracy stretching all the way to the glittering spires of the Lion City - Singapore. It is here where Major Kusanagi has to infiltrate the headquarters of a gang rumored to be developing an illegal new Net program set to revolutionize the sex industry. Can Motoko save her childhood friend from being an unwilling guinea pig, or will she lose herself in this depraved new world and become another Ghost of Paradise…

If you’d like to find out whether Major will become another slave sex doll or be saved by Batou, you can download Ghosts of Paradise for free from Studio FOW’s website.

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