|The production eventually evolved into a feature film following the international success of Ghost in the Shell as wanted a similar hit and saw potential in Kerberos Panzer Cops as the manga had been published in the United States||2007-2008• Release [ ] Illang: The Wolf Brigade was released in South Korea on July 25, 2018|
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|With the appearance of an armed anti-government terrorist group called The Sect which opposes reunification, the President creates a new police division called the Special Unit which amasses significant political power||Meanwhile, demonstrators, supporting and opposing the unification, become more fierce|
|Remake [ ] A live-action remake titled directed by updates the setting from Japan to a dystopian South Korea, where the plot revolves around||The year is now 2029, and Special Unit forces now patrol wearing elaborate steel-plated armor|
|Ok Ja-yeon• The Japanese preview of the film took place on June 19 in the 20th Century Films theater||acquired the international distribution rights of the film|
They encounter the fully armored Fuse, who slaughters them all.
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