Psycho-Pass Concepts

Psycho-Pass is a franchise comprised of 3 anime series, 1 manga series
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Cyborgs

A fictional being that is part organic and part machine.

Flashback

Used frequently in Anime to either recap past events or provide a back story for a character, either their origin story or their off-screen training of new attack. Sometime and entire episode/chapter would be a entire flashback.

Hologram

A 3-Dimensional image created by lights and sometime force fields to solidify it.

Murder

The act of taking another person's life.

Police

The Police are a form of law enforcement officers that work on the local levels. Uniforms are normally in either blue or black.

Revenge

When someone returns an cruel favor to another after what has been done to them or an loved one.

Robot

An electro-mechanical machine which is guided by computer or electronic programming, and is thus able to do tasks on its own.

Sadist

A Sadist is a type of person who attains gratification out of witnessing the suffering of others, either physical or emotional pain.

Science Fiction & Robots

A popular genre of anime and manga featuring advanced science often in a futuristic setting. Giant fighting mechs are particularly popular.

Simultaneous Release

When anime or manga is broadcast or published -- usually on the internet -- in countries outside of Japan around the same time as it airs/releases in Japan, usually within one week or even 24 hours.

Terrorist

A person or group that use psychological or destructive tactics to intimidate large numbers of people in order to further their own goals.

Torture

Torture is the act of inflicting pain to gain something from a victim. There are no restrictions on what can be gained, but generally it is done to receive a confession, information, or pleasure from harming others.

noitaminA

A prominent anime timeslot on FujiTV, known for its particularly strong titles. The slot runs from 12:45am to 1:45am Friday morning (or Thursday night, as written in schedules in Japan).

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