Durch den technischen Fortschritt ist es den Menschen möglich, das Gewaltpotenzial jedes Individuums zu messen und Gewalttaten zu verhindern. Akane wird einer Spezialeinheit zugeteilt, die Jagd auf diese angehenden Verbrecher macht. Psycho-Pass ist eine Anime-Fernsehserie, die sich in die Genres Krimi und Science-Fiction einordnen lässt. Die erste Staffel basiert auf einem Skript von Gen. Psycho-Pass ist ein Anime des Studios»Production I.G., Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Krimi. Beschreibung: Die Zukunft: Durch den technischen Fortschritt ist es. Psycho-Pass 3 is the third season of the Psycho-Pass franchise. It features two new Inspectors. Psycho-Pass. 2 StaffelnAction-Anime. Im Jahr wird das Gewaltpotenzial der Menschen per Gehirnscan ermittelt. Menschen mit erhöhter.
Die Fall Season führt uns in die Welt des Sibyl Systems zurück - wir haben die erste Folge von Psycho-Pass 3 ausführlich unter die Lupe. Psycho-Pass: Inspector Shinya Kogami Volume 4. von Midori Gotou, Natsuo Sai, et al. |. Das Ergebnis wird farblich und in Zahlen dargestellt und Psycho-Pass genannt. Dieser kann überall und jederzeit gescannt werden kann. Je nach Farbe der. Die Fall Season führt uns in die Welt des Sibyl Systems zurück - wir haben die erste Folge von Psycho-Pass 3 ausführlich unter die Lupe. Im Oktober kehrt nach fünf langen Jahren der pulsierende Action-Krimi Psycho-Pass in die Anime-Landschaft zurück. Damit ihr bestens. Das Ergebnis wird farblich und in Zahlen dargestellt und Psycho-Pass genannt. Dieser kann überall und jederzeit gescannt werden kann. Je nach Farbe der. Psycho-Pass: Inspector Shinya Kogami Volume 4. von Midori Gotou, Natsuo Sai, et al. |. Doch die Lehrstunde ist gefährlich: Saiga hat die Fähigkeit, den Psycho Pass anderer Leute zu trüben. Akane droht eine Disziplinarmaßnahme.
It's interesting to note that Urobuchi is only supervising the script of Season 2 and amusingly said that if there are casualties, it's Tow Ubukata's doing and not him.
The official website has an organizational chart of PSB which shows the status of each character. Season 3 is rather tame with casualities with only a few minor baddies being killed.
The only major character killed off is Kyoko Saionji. Meanwhile The Stinger of Season 3 finale shows Yayoi's car being crushed, leaving her survival uncertain until the end of First Inspector shows her recovering from her injuries.
The only major character killed off in the movie is Haruki Shirogane. Apathetic Citizens : The civilians in the Psycho-Pass society are so used to the comfort and safety given by the Sibyl System that they watch a woman get beaten to death with a hammer because no-one told them they should worry about it.
The murderer has a helmet that lets him avoid detection by the drones, but it still counts since the bystanders just watch the murder happen.
The depicted murder was probably inspired by a real one. Shingo Minamino, a music producer from Nitroplus, was stabbed multiple times and killed in the middle of the day on an extremely busy street the assailant also killed an old woman simultaneously.
Not a single person intervened, except for a woman who called the police when she saw what was happening. Writer Gen Urobuchi most probably was acquainted with the deceased producer due to their company background.
The final episode of the New Edit opens with a scene where Makishima muses on how surreal it is that people are so apathetic, nobody's ever attempted to bring down the Sibyl System before him.
Arc Words : From the second season: "WC? It was originally explained that the unpatented future chemical seen in Episode 7 makes the process exactly this simple which also better explained why the suspect had to be a scientific expert, since the chemical wasn't just rare, but completely unheard of , but the lines with the explanation were cut due to time constraints.
As Long as There is One Man : Akane assures the Sibyl System that one day somebody will enter their chamber with the sole purpose of pulling the plug on the system.
As the Good Book Says But while everyone was sleeping, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and went away. Gatling Good : The Military Drones in the second season have gatling guns mounted on them as their main weapons.
Sugo and Ginoza manage to jury-rig a gatling gun of their own after Akane lures all the drones into one warehouse and use it to destroy most of the renegade drones.
Get a Hold of Yourself, Man! Good Colors, Evil Colors : Inverted. Good Is Not Nice : There appears to be a pattern concerning this trope among the main characters of Division 1.
It seems the more one is dedicated to following the Sibyl System then the less of a nice guy he is. For example: Nobuchika Ginoza, who treats his Enforcer partners like dogs and is usually very harsh on Akane , strictly adheres to the laws of the Sibyl System.
Shinya Kougami, a loner who can come off as pretty gruff and is not particularly friendly but is well-meaning nonetheless, wants to improve society and so mostly follows the laws that the Sibyl System has created.
Shusei Kagari, the nicest and friendliest and childish member of the team, genuinely hates the Sibyl System and only works as an Enforcer because his only other option is to spend the rest of his life in a isolation facility.
Shown in full detail from the first episode. Instead, it shows a close-up of his razor with specks of blood flying as Makishima moves for the kill.
Then, the next scene pans to Masaoka, looking very concerned and alert when he heard Akane's screams. We also don't see the murder of the female pharmaceutical worker a few episodes later, though we get a good view of the death of her male colleague.
We cut to black after the killer stabs a pin into the woman's leg and the camera cuts to her pained horrified expression; we only hear him doing something with the pin.
When next we see her, we see her body from above from a distance but can't really make out what happened to her though it appears that the killer gouged out her eyes.
The only closeup shots of her body we get are obscured. In a show this graphically violent, this time, they decided to play Nothing Is Scarier.
Gratuitous English : A specific example in Season 3: the members of Bifrost address each other with English titles for an unknown reason, with the three main members being called "Congressmen" despite not being politicians and Japanese politicians would be called "Dietmen" in any case.
Their henchmen in the field are called "Inspectors" again in English, not using the PSB term of kanshikan which although the subtitles call it "Inspector," is closer to meaning "surveillor" or "watchman".
Also from the same season, the Heaven's Leap cult uses a number of English terms, such as "bottoms" for their lowest-ranking members, "doctors" for their elite, and "Eternal White" for the state of total bliss they seek to achieve.
The last is actually an artificially induced eustress deficiency coma that the leader Torri is using to remove dissidents against him.
Gut Punch : Although the show starts off very dark, after Akane not being able to save her close friend Yuki, and watching Yuki get her throat slit is definitely a disturbing moment which helps not only enforce Anyone Can Die , but the tone of the show as a whole becomes even darker afterwards.
Later on, Masaoka dying to save his son, Ginoza, who lives but loses his arm. Masaoka dies telling his son he loves him, and Ginoza only manages to call him Dad after Masaoka died.
Hand Cannon : The Dominator pistols are massive, easily the size of a small submachinegun or shotgun by real-world standards. It may be that being made from lightweight, futuristic materials and firing low-recoil energy beams rather than bullets makes them slightly more practical than they first appear, though.
Happiness Is Mandatory : A more subtle example. A person's Hue can be clouded by any pervasive, negative emotions as well as homicidal urges.
The Sibyl System keeps people in a state of permanent contentedness, lest they be branded as latent criminals. For example: immediately after discovering that her friend was murdered, Mika breaks down in grieving tears—Yayoi tells her to cry while she can before it starts to affect her Hue.
She hates the Sibyl system but still goes along with it because she can't see a better alternative for maintaining order in the society.
She even tells the Sibyl system that, someday, someone will pull the plug on it for good. Another one happens to Ginoza. By the end of the anime, he no longer trusts the Sibyl System and stops being a Jerkass.
They also have to deal the Pathfinders with some of them have some unfinished business with Kougami. He Who Fights Monsters : A major theme.
One of the Enforcers comments that high Criminal Coefficients can be contagious, which is why it is so important to remove latent criminals from society.
This can also apply to the Enforcers themselves, who basically admit to being latent criminals with a badge and gun. The abyss line is quoted by Tomomi in Episode 4 in regards to Akane wanting to know more about Kougami; he tells her that wanting to understand Kougami will lead to her becoming like him, and that Kougami stared too long into the abyss.
Further demonstrated in Episode 9 where the mere act of learning criminal psychology could cause your criminal coefficient to skyrocket.
This was a huge problem in the early days of the Sibyl System which led to the adoption of Enforcers. Here We Go Again! But Akane introduced the enforcers as 'humans just like us', whereas Ginoza said 'don't think of them as human beings'.
Heroic BSoD : Mika goes through one at the end of the second series when she has her world view shattered upon learning what the Sibyl System is; and also that her actions ordered by Chief Kasei were illegal and allowed Akane's grandmother to be killed.
Heroic Sacrifice : In Episode 21, Masaoka saves his son Ginoza, at the cost of having a dynamite explode in his hand, killing him.
Masaoka does get to tell his son he loves him though before he dies. Akane repeatedly shows her willingness to face stress and horror, even if it means becoming a latent criminal and being demoted to Enforcer , to get the job done.
She's safer than everyone thinks she is. High Turnover Rate : Despite being a small organization, the Public Safety Bureau tends to lose a lot of workers due to Enforcers being killed in action or before going rogue and Inspectors being demoted to Enforcers for their cloudy Psycho-passes: By the end of Season 1, Division 1's roster changed after Kagari and Masaoka were killed, Kougami's desertion and Ginoza's demotion to Enforcer.
To make up for them, Shimotsuki, Tougane, and Hinakawa join the team in the season finale.
In Season 2, Division 2 Inspector Aoyanagi lost three Enforcers throughout the show and her partner, Shisui, went missing afterwards.
After Aoyanagi gets killed , Division 2 is dissolved and the two remaining Enforcers joined Division 1. Then, another one gets killed due to recklessness.
By the end of the season, Shisui and Sugo are the only members from the defunct division still alive. After appearing in three episodes, three members of Division 3 are decimated by the drones and the Dominators used by Kamui and Shisui.
In Season 3, almost everyone from Division 1 is gone, the only old faces remaining being Shimotsuki, Hinakawa, and Karanomori, with Tsunemori having been placed in an isolation block.
The Stinger in Episode 3 also shows that Kunizuka is now a freelance journalist which means she has managed to keep her Hue clear and get her Crime Coefficient down to below If its a villain, betting the bystanders will react a certain way, the bystanders will do exactly that.
Hologram : Holograms are a common sight and fulfill various uses. Akane's apartment has a cute jellyfish avatar that controls the systems in it, and holographic technology is used to cosplay as a Digital Avatar in parties.
Holographic Disguise : People can change their clothes on a whim with their handheld computer. Hollywood Hacking : Averted throughout the whole series, except for Kasei being able to play this trope straight, due in part to being the Sibyl System.
All major hacks pretty cleverly exploit known flaws in the system. This captures the indirect nature of real world hacking pretty well.
Hope Spot : After Akane received an ear in a box which belongs to her grandmother , The Stinger shows that said grandmother is still alive but locked in a car trunk.
When the trunk opens, she looked relieved that one of Akane's colleagues is going to rescue her I Have This Friend The way he warns her to be careful with her phrasing implies that he gets this sort of thing frequently.
Infectious Insanity : People with high Criminal Coefficients can raise the aforementioned on other people by interacting with them.
This phenomenon is referred to as Psycho-Hazard. Informed Flaw : Invoked in-universe with latent criminals. They are people who have a high criminal coefficients and thus, are seen as a threat by the Sibyl System.
Due to this, they are unable to get proper jobs, society views them as outcasts and some of them are forced to live in secluded rehabilitation centers so they can lower their Crime Coefficients and become acceptable members of society.
One of the main characters was even labelled as a latent criminal at the age of 5 despite the fact that he has never had the urge to do violent or criminal stuff even until adulthood.
In Medias Res : The first scene of the series. It shows Shinya fighting someone with a helmet that makes their Psycho-Pass too low to shoot them with a Dominator and then meeting Shogo Makishima to the first opening theme song.
It then cuts to the title and to a case that takes place far before Shinya meets Makishima or the helmets are made available.
It takes all the way to Episode 16 for us to see how Shinya got to this moment. Internet Mimic : Two well-known online personas, Talisman and Spooky Boogie, are forcefully replaced by another user.
Irony : Quite a few examples. The crime coefficient, the whole idea being that a lower one makes you a good person and a higher one a criminal.
Inspectors have much lower crime coefficients than enforcers, but the enforcers in general seem a lot kinder, compassionate and overall human than their 'more socially acceptable' superiors.
Indeed, Ginoza becomes a much kinder person after he is demoted to enforcer. Makishima talks with Senguji about how even though the society they live in has some of the most advanced medical technology available, human lifespans as a whole have actually decreased.
The reason being that with the Sibyl System, stress management is so important that many people experience far less stress than what humans of the past used to, and as a result the body begins to break down faster because of a lack of external stimuli to keep people alert and fresh.
The Sibyl System was said to be a supercomputer that was superior to human thought for moral judgment, so the public would accept it.
It is actually a computer that governs society controlled by a collection of human brains, specifically criminally asymptomatic human brains.
The Sibyl System even acknowledges that some of the brains belonged to people who did things far worse than what Makishima did. Chief Kasei is a cyborg in which criminally asymptomatic brains from the Sibyl System sometimes use as a body to influence the Ministry of Welfare and Public Safety Bureau.
The irony is that when this is revealed, the brain inside her at the moment is Touma, a Serial Killer from the Backstory.
That's right, a Serial Killer is the Chief of Police. The Sibyl System considers themselves to be better than the majority of society, due to being individuals who don't do whatever society tells them to and follow their own individual beliefs and morals.
Yet, they have turned themselves into a Hive Mind. Makishima notes the irony of this with an allusion to Gulliver's Travels.
The name of the last episode, "Perfect World". The world of Psycho-Pass is anything but. Alternatively, this might not be intended as irony but as a statement that the Sibyl System, in spite of its flaws, has created the closest thing yet to a "perfect society".
I Will Punish Your Friend for Your Failure : Makishima kills Yuki in front of Akane after she failed to shoot him in order to test if she can kill by means of free will instead of relying on the Sibyl System's judgment.
Judge, Jury, and Executioner : The Dominators are effectively this. They measure a person's Psycho-Pass, determine whether they're in need of therapy or unsalvageable, and enter the appropriate mode.
Their wielders, however, who are the ones deciding when to pull the trigger, are not. Though this is Played for Laughs on Mika's case because she sees them meddling domestic affairs which is the bureau's area and several of the members are her former teammates in Division 1.
Then it's played straight in the sixth episode of Season 3. Frederica warns Mika not to get involved in the investigation of the Heaven's Leap cult because her agents are there undercover.
Except it's already too late because Mika already authorizes Kei and Mao to go on with their undercover investigation which failed and they are both captured and tortured.
Kangaroo Court : The Sybil System is effectively this. A perfectly innocent person can be executed on the spot if the system so much as bugs out on their profile.
Kansas City Shuffle : In Episode 15, there are mass riots due to Makishima's helmets giving people the ability to commit crime without being found out while wearing them and normal citizens fight back against them, eventually becoming just as violent.
However, this is just a distraction and Makishima's real goal is to enter the building with the Sibyl System while all the police are dealing with the chaos.
If the Sibyl System didn't agree, it could shoot her Laser-Guided Karma : Rikako makes her classmates into plastinated "works of art" Left Hanging : Season 3 ends with a lot of storylines unresolved such as the events behind Akane's imprisonment, the mystery behind Bifrost and the unsolved case of Akira Ignatov and Atsushi Shindo's deaths.
It doesn't help that the final episode only spawns more loose threads such as the upcoming showdown between Azusawa and Arata, Kei's recruitment as the Thirteenth "Inspector" of Bifrost and Yayoi's fate after her "car accident".
First Inspector resolves most of it except with Akane's confinement and Akira and Atsushi's deaths.
While she hates the Sibyl System and hopes that, someday, it will be replaced with something better , she also goes along with it because she sees the order it imposes as something far better than the chaos that Makishima has to offer.
Let's Get Dangerous! Ginoza even sees her as Kogami for a second. Lighter and Softer : Downplayed. While season 3 still has its fair share of dark moments regarding Bifrost and Arata's past, it's a lot less darker than season 1 and 2, with more criminals actually getting arrested instead of gibbed, more humorous moments, and a helluva lot less major deaths.
Light Is Not Good : Done literally. Makishima has white hair and often dresses in mostly light colours.
Masaoka had lost his since a long time ago and had it replaced by a prosthetic. Also Ginoza is now an Enforcer with an artificial limb after the two month Time Skip in the final episode.
How her Psycho Pass remains even remotely clear is beyond comprehension. He made it look like his victims had been killed by a malfunctioning drone, whereas in reality, he had equipped the drones with a program to murder them.
This is one of Bifrost's modus operandi. They arrange accidents to draw authorities away from suspicion and to get rid of other members who don't their job well.
Manipulative Bastard : The corrupt politicians involved in the Season of Hell, who preyed on illegal aliens while they were vulnerable and demeaned them to the point that they were driven to suicide.
The three "Congressmen" of Bifrost manipulate the events in Season 3 to ensure the progress of Japan and for the benefit of the group.
Even some of the Inspectors such as Koichi Azusawa are very good at it, making them ideal candidates to fill the position of "Congressman".
Master-Apprentice Chain : There are two. Jouji taught Shinya, and the two of them taught Akane, in profiling and psychology. Ginoza mentored Akane as an inspector, but when he got demoted to Enforcer, Akane became Mika's mentor.
But there is also a number of publications linked to the anime in Otomedia, a magazine aimed at females including yaoi fangirls. So the franchise appears aimed at an audience best described as "young adult" of both genders.
Fanservice : Kougami is shown training shirtless every now and then. Prospective immigrants to Japan are required to take a Japanese first name to obtain permanent residency status, although after this they are not required to use it in their everyday lives.
This is the fate of Kyoko Saijoji, one of the Bifrost "Congressmen", after she receives enforcement from the Roundrobin for breaking the rules.
Unlike the Dominator's Destroy Decomposer mode, the Roundrobin's enforcement vaporizes her into particles, leaving no trace of her.
Makishima is the Big Bad and he didn't say e-Books were evil. Yayoi says looking things up online is tough because everything is so disorganized or redacted and that this is intentional on the part of the Sibyl System.
Akane then realizes this is probably why Kougami prefers to read books written on paper, where information is organized together in a coherent, understandable manner and requires more effort to alter than just the push of a button.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero! The first episode's target, for example, was a perfectly normative, law-abiding citizen until a scanner exposed him as a "latent criminal".
Now no longer capable of keeping his job and knowing that he'd be soon arrested, stressed and feeling like he's got nothing to lose, he decides to go out in a bang by raping a woman In the first episode of Season 3, Irie and Tenma's actions of waving their Dominators in front of immigrants, causing Kei to defuse the situation and stun one of the immigrants with his Dominator.
Unfortunately, this provided Azusawa and Obata some ammunition to increase the public's anti-immigrant sentiment which prevents Maiko's release from the rehabilitation facility and drives Kei to take Homura's offer to accept the Bifrost "Inspector" position in order to secure her release.
Nice Job Fixing It, Villain! Too bad Kamui isn't alive to see what he had done. No Mere Windmill : Ginoza never really believed Makishima existed as the evidence related to him was extremely sketchy at best, until Kougami finds the audio clip of his voice after the Ouryou Rikako case.
In the New Edit episode 5, there is an extra scene where he even apologizes to Kougami for doubting him. Apparently, the show's merchandises include Shinya's winter jacket and the PSB jacket which are sold online.
Not Quite Saved Enough : Kougami spends two entire episodes protecting Yuki from Senguji, only for Makishima to come in and kill her right after.
Obstructive Bureaucrat : The boss of the drone factory overlooks the bullying of his employees because it allows the bullies to relieve stress.
He also prevents Nobuchika from investigating the deaths of his employees as anything but accidents because it would cause the loss of time and money.
Official Couple : Shion and Yayoi. Well, official sexual partners, at any rate. Off-Model : Some scenes in Episode 14 and 17 suffer with this most especially on Akane's and Shinya's faces.
Episode 18, to the point where the director Naoyoshi Shiotani apologized to fans over Twitter and promised to correct it all.
Episodes 17 and 18 contained, among other things, impossible physics, impossible anatomy, skipped animation frames, and characters' faces being completely different.
The Blu-Ray release apparently fixes everything in at least Episode Regardless of the change of animation studios, season 2 episode 6 to 8 still suffer this most especially on the faces.
This happens again in episodes 4 to 6 of Season 3 where the faces and limbs looked out of proportion.
Oh, Crap! What she didn't expect is Shinya yelling and kicking at him which exposes the perp's true nature. In episode 8 of Season 2, Mika submits her report of Kamui to Kasei with full confidence and expecting that Togane and Akane will be removed from the bureau.
But her expectations fall flat on the face when Kasei reveals that she stumbles on something which she's not supposed to know and Togane happens to be in the room, who happens to an agent of Sibyl.
Later in episode 9 of Season 2, when Yayoi scans the ear in the box which Akane received from one of Kamui's colleagues, it turns out that it belongs to Akane's grandmother.
Old Cop, Young Cop : Shinya and Masaoka, who are more experienced in the field, are usually paired with the rookie Akane, despite her position as an Inspector.
But Akane interacts with Shinya the most due to his acknowledgement and respect for her actions during the first day on the job.
Order vs. Chaos : The Sibyl System vs. Specifically, Lawful Evil vs. Chaotic Evil. Patrick Stewart Speech : Akane's response to the Sibyl System in the final episode is that humans are better than it thinks they are, and that some day some human will come up with a better system than they've got , and come to shut them down.
Two members work for Azusawa as his private mercenaries, and the group as a whole is the main target of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' investigation.
It is hinted that the Pathfinders are the remnants of the Peace Monitoring Group from Sinners of the System as they hold a specific grudge against Kougami.
Pop the Tires : Akane shoots the tires of a big truck that the culprit Makishima is trying to make his get away in, while clinging to its' side.
This works really well, especially since trucks are hard to turn, and he couldn't shake her off. Post-Cyberpunk : There's some of it in the series, though the show mainly focuses on crimes so it is much more Cyberpunk.
Season 1 tells the story of Shinya Kogami , a former Inspector -turned- Enforcer and the hunt for his nemesis, Shogo Makishima.
It is told from the point of view of newly-minted Inspector, Akane Tsunemori , who is assigned as his superior in Division 1 of the Ministry of Welfare's Criminal Investigation Department.
The Extended Edition abridges the S1 anime while adding new footage that alludes to events in the official novel. The Gekijo-ban: Psycho-Pass follows Tsunemori and her team to the island of Shambala Float where they locate Kogami, who is acting in a manner that is both reminiscent of his former self, yet vastly different.
Season 3 debuted between October and December , concluding with sequel eiga titled, Psycho-Pass 3: First Inspector , which premiered in March, Vintage characters from S1 and S2 make appearances in both the season and the follow up eiga.
Naoyoshi Shiotani directs for Production I. His mentalist abilities allow him to cross mental boundaries and identify himself with any human subject through advanced empathy training; however, when using this ability, he is vulnerable to physical attack.
His partner, Kei Mikhail Ignatov , is responsible for protecting both his mental well-being and his physical safety. Freelance journalist Yayoi Kunizuka joins Division One as an investigation consultant to fill the gap left by Kei's suspension.
As the investigation progresses, the team uncovers Karina Komiya's greatest secret. Guessing that Karina will be the next to be attacked, they rush to her gubernatorial debate at the Giga Arena.
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