This masterpiece picks up where The Malice of Static left off, four years later, and once again proves that you cannot believe what you see on TV.
A man who has learned to control TV broadcast media to his own advantages has turned in a charismatic idol, but his intentions are malicious. Now the TV industry has to fight with the monster they themselves created.
In the words of Hisashi Nozawa, “There are times when you can’t help but feel that the masses, represented by what is known as an audience rating, seem really weird. A ‘closed society’ can be filled with dark energy that has no outlet. To imagine that an ‘absolute consensus’ of ten million people through the manipulations of a single TV personality makes a cold shiver run down my spine. But the real fright seems to lie ahead of us…”