About Detective Conan
Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan (Japanese: 名 探 偵 コ ナ ン, Hepburn: Meitantei Konan), is a Japanese detective manga series written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama. It has been serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shōnen Sunday since January 1994, and has been compiled into 98 tankōbon volumes as of April 2020. Due to legal issues with the name Detective Conan, the English versions of Funimation and Viz were renamed Case Closed. The story follows high school detective Shinichi Kudo (renamed Jimmy Kudo in the English translation) who transformed into a boy while investigating a mysterious organization and solves a multitude of cases while posing as the father of his best friend. of childhood and other characters.
About Detective Conan Movies
23 feature films based on the Case Closed series have been released. They are animated by TMS Entertainment and produced by Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation, Nippon Television, ShoPro, and Toho. The first seven were directed by Kenji Kodama, films 8-15 were directed by Yasuichiro Yamamoto, and films 16 and later have been directed by Kobun Shizuno. The films are released in April of each year, beginning in 1997 with the first film, Case Closed: The Skyscraper with a Time Bomb. The 23rd movie, Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire was released on April 12, 2019. The second movie onwards was the top twenty highest grossing anime movies in Japan. The proceeds from the films financed other Toho film projects. Each film was adapted into two cinematic comics that were released in the fourth quarter of the same year. Funimation released English-dubbed versions of the first six Region 1 DVD movies between October 3, 2006 and February 16, 2010. Bang Zoom! Entertainment has begun releasing English dubbing of Case Closed movies through Discotek Media, beginning with the TV Episode One special on July 28, 2020.
Detective Conan Movies List
1. Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper
The first film, Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper is known as Detective Conan: The Time Bombed Skyscraper (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 時 計 じ か け の 摩天 楼, Meitantei Conan: Tokei-jikake no Matenrō) in Japan, is it opened in Japanese theaters in April. 19, 1997. It was based in part on Gosho Aoyama’s planned ending for his previous series, Magic Kaito. In the film, a chain of bombing cases occurs around Tokyo and is related to past investigations of Jimmy Kudo. The Time Bombed Skyscraper was released in North America on Region 1 DVD by Funimation Entertainment on October 3, 2006.
While sorting the mail at Dr. Agasa’s house, Conan finds an invitation addressed to Jimmy by Leo Joel, a famous architect. Jimmy calls Rachel wearing his voice-changing bow tie and asks her to go in his place. Rachel agrees, on the condition that Jimmy go to the movies with her on Saturday.
On Saturday morning, Conan receives a call from a strange man, who challenges Jimmy to a game. Conan accepts the challenge and the mysterious caller gives him clues that lead to hidden bombs all over Tokyo. Conan finds and destroys everyone. Due to the location of the bombs, near the structures designed by Joel, Conan deduces that the attacker is Joel, who planned to destroy his “inferior” works and create a perfect new building. Following his arrest, Joel reveals the location of his latest bombs: Beika City Building, the location of Jimmy and Rachel’s date.
The bombs explode and seal the entrances and exits, trapping Rachel and the others inside. Conan makes his way through the collapsing building, but a crooked door blocks him from Rachel. Using his tie and cell phone, he calls Rachel and asks her to find the bomb. Rachel finds it in a large shopping bag. To disarm the bomb, Jimmy tells Rachel which wires to cut. However, Joel made two additional cables, one red and one blue. One of them has a booby trap, but Jimmy has no idea which one. Jimmy tells Rachel to cut anyone. When the rescue team arrives and takes him away, Jimmy realizes that Joel knew that Rachel’s favorite color was red and booby-trapped red. In the final minutes, Rachel makes a desperate decision and cuts the blue wire because the red wire represents the red wire of fate between Jimmy and her.
2. Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target
The second film, Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target Known as Detective Conan: The Fourteenth Target (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 14 番 目 の 標的, Meitantei Conan Jūyon banme no Tagetto), in Japan, opened in Japanese theaters on 18 April 1998. The film follows Conan Edogawa as he tries to stop a murderer from killing people in an unknown order. The Fourteenth Target was released in North America on DVD Region 1 by Funimation Entertainment on November 20, 2007.
At the beginning of the movie, Ran dreams of having his mother, Eri, shot. Later, Ran calls Eri and tells her about his dream. The scene then briefly changes to a jail scene, where a man named Jo Murakami is holding a notebook that reads, “Beika City, Kogoro Mouri.” The scene changes again to the Detective Boys waiting on a bench for Professor Agasa. While waiting, Ayumi tries a love match, and the machine tells her that Conan and Ayumi are a perfect match. Then he tries Conan’s fortune, which is “A chance for an A (kiss)”; when Conan hears this, he wonders how old that machine is. Then Agasa arrives and takes the Detective Boys to the Touto Aeronautical Memorial Museum. Many types of helicopters and airplanes are exhibited there. While there, Agasa tries to give a test, only to be intercepted by Mitsuhiko. Mitsuhiko’s Test: Three boys, born on New Years Day, April Fools Day, and Children’s Day formed a club. What was your club called? The answer: Tonakai (Reno). If you add their birthdays, they become To-na-kai, a kind of gorowase. Once Conan answers the questionnaire, they see Shishido Eimei taking pictures around the museum. Back at the Mouri Detective Agency, Jo Murakami is shown knocking on the door. When he receives no reply, he leaves.
3. Case Closed: The Last Wizard of the Century
The third film, Case Closed: The Last Wizard of the Century, known as Detective Conan: The Last Wizard of the Century (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 世紀末 の 魔術師, Meitantei Conan Seikimatsu no Majutsushi) in Japan, opened in Japanese theaters. in April. 17, 1999. This film follows Conan Edogawa as he attempts to thwart the Phantom Thief Kid’s plan to steal a newly discovered Fabergé egg. The Last Wizard of the Century was released in North America on Region 1 DVD by Funimation Entertainment on December 15, 2009.
Phantom Thief Kid sends out a robbery notice, warning of another robbery. Police deduce that their next target is a recently discovered Fabergé egg, which the Suzuki Museum of Modern Art in Osaka will exhibit on August 22. The night of the heist, Kid steals the egg and flies off, and Conan and Heiji chase after him. However, in the middle of the chase, an unknown assailant shoots Kid in the right eye, and Kid apparently falls into the sea and dies. After retrieving the egg, the police search unsuccessfully for Kid’s body.
The next day, Conan, Ran, and Kogoro board a ship for Tokyo. They meet Natsumi Kousaka, whose great-grandfather worked at the Fabergé factory. She shows them a part of a sketch of two eggs and a key, which were found among the memories of her late grandmother. Conan suspects that the person who shot Kid is on the ship. That night, Ryu Sagawa, a freelance photographer who covers the press with egg news, is killed, shot in the right eye in the same way as Kid. Shortly after his body is discovered, Inspector Megure with officers Takagi and Shiratori arrive by helicopter to inspect the crime scene. At first, they suspect the servant of Serena’s father, Mr. Nishino, but the police and Conan conclude that the culprit is Scorpion, a mysterious murderer who always shoots his victims in the right eye. A lost lifeboat hints that Scorpion has escaped, and the boat’s passengers go to Yokosuka Castle, which contains Scorpion’s next objective: the second egg.
4. Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes
The fourth film, Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes, known as Detective Conan: Captured in Her Eyes (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 瞳 の 中 の 暗殺者, Meitantei Conan Hitomi no Naka no Ansatsusha) in Japan, was released in the Japanese theaters in April. 22, 2000. Rachel Moore is involved in a series of homicide cases in which the police officers in a reopened case were victims; She was able to see the culprit, but the trauma of witnessing an assassination attempt caused her amnesia and made her a target for the killer. Captured in Her Eyes was released in North America on DVD Region 1 by Funimation Entertainment on December 29, 2009.
Ran has a flashback of Shinichi taking her to the fountain at Tropical Land, the local amusement park. Conan (using Shinichi’s voice) calls Ran to a phone booth and she asks if they can go back to Tropical Land. The Detective Boys pass by making Conan hang up quickly.
The kids have come up with a new riddle, but Conan solves it easily. Genta tries to cross a busy street, but police officer Osamu Narasawa stops him and advises the children to wait for the next green light. When they finish crossing, Conan turns to see a mysterious man with an umbrella shoot Osamu. The man runs and Conan tries to chase him, but can’t. When Conan asks Osamu if he knew who shot him, the man takes his notebook and succumbs to his injuries.
The Detective Boys are brought to a police conference because they witnessed the crime. However, the conference goes nowhere as Ayumi, Mitshuiko, and Genta disagree on what the culprit looked like. Conan claims that the culprit’s raincoat and umbrella were a shade of gray, recalling that the umbrella was in his right hand, proving that the culprit was left-handed, as the gun was shot with the left.
5. Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven
The fifth film, Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven, known as Detective Conan: Countdown to Heaven (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 天国 へ の カ ウ ン ト ダ ウ ン, Meitantei Conan Tengoku e no Kauntodaun) was released in Japan in Japanese cinemas on April 21, 2001. A Twin Tower is built and opened to the public as an assassin kills his employees one by one. At the same time, the Black Organization is searching for Shiho Miyano. Countdown to Heaven was released in North America on DVD Region 1 by Funimation Entertainment on January 19, 2010.
The Junior Detective League, Conan, Vi and Dr. Agasa are on a camping trip. Along the way, they notice Mount Fuji and the newly built Twin Towers, the tallest buildings in Japan. During the night, George sees Vi talking to someone while he goes to the bathroom.
Meanwhile, Gin and Vodka, looking for Shiho Miyano, sneak into Akemi Miyano’s apartment and listen to the messages on the answering machine. They discover that Shiho will attend a private viewing of the aforementioned skyscrapers in Tokyo. Gin and Vodka plan to assassinate Shiho there.
The group visits the Twin Towers, known as “the closest thing to heaven,” on their way home and they meet Richard, Rachel and Serena, as well as Richard’s old friend from college, Madison Monroe, his secretary. Cherilyn Chrisabel, Japanese artist Kisaragi Hosui, executive Yoshiaki Hara, Twin Towers councilor Augustine Odell, Twin Towers architect Theodore Radcliff, the latter who once studied architecture with former professor-turned-serial bomber Leo Joel de the first film. Augustine, drunk, invites Madison to spend the night in the tower, even though they are not officially open to the public. Madison prepared a room for him anyway. Two employees walk up to the VIP elevator and talk about how a nice car stopped. The other employee says it is a Porsche 356A, which catches the attention of Conan, who asks for the detail of the car that matches Gin’s. He quickly runs to the elevator looking down briefly and sees the Porsche drive away as he approaches the entrance. Later that night, the drunk Augustine Odell is brutally murdered.
6. Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street
The sixth film, Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street, known as Detective Conan: The Phantom of Baker Street (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン ベ イ カ ー 街 の 亡 霊, Meitantei Conan Beikā Sutorīto no Bōrei) in Japan, released in Japanese theaters on April 20. 2002. The story follows Conan Edogawa and several children as they are trapped in Noah’s Ark, a virtual reality game where death will result if they lose the game. The Phantom of Baker Street was released in North America on Region 1 DVD by Funimation Entertainment on February 16, 2010.
The child prodigy Hiroki Sawada, who at age ten is already a graduate student at MIT and has developed DNA Tracker software, has been under the tutelage of Thomas Schindler, owner of the software giant Schindler, Inc., since his death. mother. . One night, in a heavily guarded room at the top of the Schindler building where Hiroki lives, he completes an artificial intelligence system, Noah’s Ark, and sends the software over the phone lines. The guards are suspicious when you don’t respond. They open the door, but discover that Hiroki has disappeared, apparently having jumped out of the building.
Two years later, at Beika City Hall, Schindler, Inc., demonstrates an immersive virtual reality game called Cocoon. Conan, Richard, Rachel, and the Detective Boys (including Haibara Ai) will attend the demo, but they cannot participate without special badges, which have been assigned to children associated with the game’s investors and prominent members of high society like Serena. Dr. Agasa and Booker Kudo, who have been involved in the development of the game’s setting, attend the event. Agasa gives Conan a badge, while the other young detectives exchange Premium Golden Yaiba cards for badges.
When security officers discover that Kashimura, one of Schindler, Inc.’s top employees, has been killed. Booker and Conan rush to investigate. Upon discovering that Kashimura’s keyboard has bloodstains on three of the keys (R, T, and J), Conan decides to participate in the demo, hoping that the game will lead to an answer. Booker reasons that J-T-R means “Jack the Ripper”.
7. Detective Conan: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital
The seventh film, Detective Conan: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 迷宮 の 十字路, Meitantei Conan Meikyū no Kurosurōdo), opened in Japanese theaters on April 19, 2003. The film follows Conan and Hattori Heiji in Kyoto as they try to unmask the ancient thieves.
Heiji Hattori looks for a girl he fell in love with after watching her play outside a temple when he was little. Meanwhile, Kogoro, Ran, Conan, and Sonoko go to Kyoto and meet Heiji and Kazuha to investigate a robbery and various murders. The killer tries to kill Heiji several times and seriously wounds him. The assassin kidnaps Kazuha, but Heiji collapses before he can reach her. Conan swallows a pill Haibara gave him and a bottle of wine, temporarily turning him back into Shinichi. He disguises himself as Heiji and tries to arrest the assassin and save Kazuha and manages to stop the assassin until Heiji arrives. Using kendo, Heiji fights the culprit as Shinichi runs into the forest to hide while his transformation into Conan occurs. In the forest, Shinichi meets Ran and stuns Ran with his tranquilizer watch to prevent her from seeing his transformation into Conan. Conan then reaches Heiji and Kazuha in time to save them by kicking fire sticks at the culprit. The culprit continues to fight Heiji and manages to push the Osaka detective to the edge of the roof. Conan kicks a soccer ball at the enemy, giving Heiji time to regain his balance. In the end, Heiji discovers that the girl from his childhood was Kazuha and does not tell Kazuha that she is the girl he was looking for.
8. Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky
The eighth film, Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 銀翼 の 奇 術 師, Meitantei Conan Gin-yoku no Majishan), opened in Japanese theaters on April 17, 2004. The film continues a case of poisoning on an airplane. where both the pilot and copilot were also affected, Conan Edogawa and Phantom Thief Kid are forced to take control of the plane.
Julie, a stage actress, wants to use her star sapphire for her next play and asks Mouri Kogoro for help protecting her after showing Kogoro a letter from the Kaito Kid. On the day of the robbery, Kid appears at the theater disguised as Shinichi Kudo, but ends up running away without the jewel. To thank them, Julie invites Kogoro and everyone to Hakodate, and they all travel on a plane to get there. In the air, one of the show’s actors, Shinjo, who was supposed to be elsewhere and Ran’s mother, Eri, joins them on the plane. When the plane takes off, Julie comes into physical contact with most of the people she invited, making them all suspects in the event of her death. The case was solved by Eri and it was later discovered that the culprit was the makeup artist, Natsuki.
9. Detective Conan: Strategy Above the Depths
The ninth film, Detective Conan: Strategy Above the Depths (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 水平 線上 の 陰謀, Meitantei Conan Suiheisenjō no Sutoratejī), opened in Japanese theaters on April 9, 2005. The film is set on a cruise ship and integrates murder. of the shipbuilder and a shipwreck.
Detective Conan’s ninth annual film sets sail on a luxurious 100 million yen cruise ship. Fifteen years ago, a cruiser named Yashiromaru, built by the Yashiro group, sank while sailing. At present, a new cruise ship, the Saint Aphrodite, was built by the Yashiro and Conan group and the rest were invited through Sonoko. Earlier, the husband of family group CEO Yashiro, an established ship architect, had a heart attack and drove his car off a cliff. On the second day of the cruise, the CEO herself was found murdered in her room. Later, her father, the president of the Yashiro group, was also found missing. It had been thrown from the cruise ship into the ocean, apparently by the same person. At the welcome party, Kogoro shows off his deduction skills and concludes that the cruise ship’s sub-designer, Akiyoshi, was the killer. However, Conan has different ideas. Kusaka, a screenwriter who worked cooperatively with Akiyoshi on a script, was the culprit. Kusaka reveals that the accident 15 years ago was a plan to deliberately sink the ship in order to obtain insurance. His father was killed when he discovered that the ship’s captain was drugged and left to die. Kusaka immediately detonated bombs and escaped by sea and the Detective Boys chased him. After the criminal was successfully shot down, more bombs were lit. All the passengers were evacuated, but Ran returned to his hideout during the hide and seek game to find a “gold medal” made from seashells that the Detective Boys made for him. However, as the ship rocked, he passed out in the closed area.
It turns out that Akiyoshi was the main killer after all, and she was the one who committed all three murders and made Kusaka think that he committed them himself. He also revealed that his father was the captain who died while the cruiser was sinking. Kogoro, however, deduced correctly this time and managed to arrest Akiyoshi. Originally, he was trying to find evidence to prove his innocence due to his close resemblance to his wife, but the more he investigates, the more guilty she becomes. When Kogorou and Conan began to evacuate, they discovered that Ran had disappeared. They find her under the deck of the boat with the help of a fire ax. Then a helicopter comes and picks them up. In the later credits, Conan explained that he knew where Ran was because when he kicked the volleyball, Ran said he heard a soccer ball, which means he was in a place with a hard wall. The detective boys came and told Ran that they had made him a better “gold medal” and put it on him.
10. Detective Conan: The Private Eyes’ Requiem
The tenth film, Detective Conan: The Private Eyes’ Requiem (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 探 偵 た ち の 鎮魂歌, Meitantei Conan Tantei-tachi no Rekuiemu), opened in Japanese theaters on April 15, 2006. The plot revolves around Conan Edogawa’s investigation of an old murder case while his friends are held hostage at an amusement park.
Conan, Kogoro, Ran, Ayumi, Genta, Mitsuhiko, and Haibara are invited to visit a client at a hotel next to a theme park called Miracle Land. Ran and the children leave after receiving free bracelets from the theme park, while Conan and Kogoro are forced by the customer to solve a mystery to remove their wristwatches, which are ready to detonate. The client also reveals that the bracelets given to Ran and company are ready to detonate if they leave the facility. The mystery man reveals that two other detectives surrendered, one died, while the other is still working.
Conan and Kogoro investigate an empty hotel where they find ski masks and a gun, which were used for a robbery. On the same date as the robbery, Kaitou Kid stole some jewelry from a nearby business. Kogoro retrieves the bag, but ends up being arrested as Kid’s accomplice. The mystery man calls Conan, correctly identifies him as Shinichi, and gives him a second clue.
11. Detective Conan: Jolly Roger in the Deep Azure
The eleventh film, Detective Conan: Jolly Roger in the Deep Azure (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 紺 碧 の 棺, Meitantei Conan Konpeki no Jorī Rojā), opened in Japanese theaters on April 21, 2007. The film follows Conan Edogawa while investigating the murder. of two divers looking for the alleged treasure left by the pirate Anne Bonny on a Japanese island.
Takagi and Sato go after the thieves who robbed a supermarket. Thieves are injured in a car accident. One faints, the other is interrogated. Mention Koumijima (also Koumi Island) and Jolly Roger.
The scene changes to show Mouri Kogoro talking to the hotel receptionist in Koumijima. Behind him are the Detective Boys, Doctor Agasa, Ran, and Sonoko. Kogoro brags about how he earned 300,000 yen by completing a crossword puzzle, which Conan actually solved. The receptionist tells them that their reservation was not found. At that moment the head of the Department of the Tourism Agency, Iwanaga Jouji, appears and confirms his reservation but saying that he is not at the hotel.
Then three muscular men walk past them and Conan proclaims that they are treasure hunters. Ayumi, Mitsuhiko and Genta are excited that there is a hidden treasure on the island. They are taken to an inn owned by Mima Kasuo. Iwanaga helps them plan their activities. The Detective Boys go on a treasure hunt, Ran and Sonoko go diving and Kogoro goes drinking.
12. Detective Conan: Full Score of Fear
The twelfth film, Detective Conan: Full Score of Fear (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 戦 慄 の 楽 譜, Meitantei Conan Senritsu no Furu Sukoa), opened in Japanese theaters on April 19, 2008. The film follows Conan Edogawa as she tries to discern the culprit by targeting the lead singer for the grand opening of a new concert hall.
The film opens on the stage of a concert hall where a woman watches two men during practice. She sends a message to her cell phone and then there is an explosion.
Elsewhere, an unknown person with the classic black silhouette of a man reads the news on the computer and comments on how he is approaching his plan for a Silent Night.
Later, in the grounds outside the hall, Conan Edogawa talks to Ran Mori on the phone as Shinichi Kudo. He investigates and sees an old man who carefully takes a piano key from the piano destroyed by the explosion and puts it in his pocket. The man is leaving in a car. Ran invites him to come to a rehearsal with her in the soon-to-open concert hall. He refuses and tells her that he is meddling too much, causing her to angrily reply that he will never be like Sherlock Holmes because he is deaf. Ran angrily hangs up.
In the trial; Kogoro Mori, Ran, Sonoko Suzuki and the Detective Boys are introduced to the characters who will perform for the inauguration of the Domoto Concert Hall; Kazuki Domoto the organist and former pianist, Takumi Fuwa the former piano tuner turned hall conductor, Hans Müller as professional organ tuner, Genya Domoto, Kazuki’s son and pianist, Rara Chigusa Soprano, Shion Yuhane violinist and Reiko Akiba la main Soprano. The children ask Reiko Akiba to help their class choir sing the school hymn. She agreed, but asks them to leave immediately, possibly to allow Shion, who is shy, to act fearlessly.
13. Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser
The thirteenth film, Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 漆 黒 の 追 跡 者, Meitantei Conan Shikkoku no Chesa), was released in Japanese theaters on April 18, 2009. In the film, a new A member of the Black Organization, Irish, he manages to discover the identity of Conan Edogawa, putting everyone around him in danger.
The movie begins with Conan having a nightmare when Gin and Vodka discover his true identity in Mouri’s office and Vodka shoots Ran, but Conan awakens. In real life, a man driving down a hillside road notices that his car’s brakes have failed. The car crashes into a tollbooth, killing the man. Leave a dying message: “Tanabata kyo”. A Mahjong tile next to his body links this case with six others in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Nagano and other Japanese prefectures. Due to the Mahjong tiles left next to each victim, the police conclude that the same person or organization committed these murders. Police from across Japan come together to solve the serial murder case.
After a police conference on this case, Conan discovers a police officer entering a black Porsche 356A owned by Gin. He concludes that a member of the Black Organization disguised as an officer has infiltrated the meeting. In Tanabata, Conan corners Vermouth in the underground parking lot of a shopping mall. She reveals that the Black Organization needs a memory chip, which the assassin took, and a new member, “Irish”.
14. Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in the Sky
The fourteenth film, Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in the Sky (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 天空 の 難 破船, Meitantei Conan Tenkuu no Rosuto Shippu), was released in Japanese theaters on April 17, 2010. In the film, Jirokichi Suzuki invites Conan Edogawa and his friends to ride the world’s largest airship, but a mysterious unknown terrorist group hijacks the ship and releases a deadly virus.
A terrorist group invades a laboratory containing deadly bacteria and destroys the laboratory with an explosion. Later, they announce via the Internet that they have gotten hold of the bacteria and declare themselves the Red Siamese Cats (赤 い シ ャ ム ネ コ, Akai Shamu Neko), a terrorist group that was eradicated a decade ago.
Conan Edogawa, Kogoro Mori, Ran Mori and The Detective Boys are invited by Sonoko Suzuki’s uncle, Jirokichi Suzuki, to fly in his airship to witness his attempt to capture Kaito Kid by taunting him with the jewel called Lady Sky (レ デ ィ ース カ イ, Redī Sukai). Kid responds to Jirokichi’s challenge with a letter announcing that he will steal Lady Sky when the airship approaches Osaka. On board the airship, in addition to its employees and the police, there are four others who work for the media: Takamichi Fujioka, journalist; Masaki Mizukawa, television director; Kasumi Nishitani, journalist; and Junpei Ishimoto, cameraman. Meanwhile, a waitress enters the smoking room where a vial with the Red Siamese Cats logo is seen under the sofa. Conan reminds Doctor Agasa of the time Ran thought an airship was an unidentified flying object and asks him to keep it a secret. A waiter listens to Conan in the shadows.
15. Detective Conan: Quarter of Silence
The fifteenth film, Detective Conan: Quarter of Silence (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 沈 黙 の 15 分, Meitantei Conan Chinmoku no Kwōtā), was released on April 16, 2011. In the film, Conan Edogawa and his friends go to a city near a dam built to enjoy the snow, as well as to find the truth behind an attack case.
Tokyo Governor Yuuichiro Asakura receives a threatening letter the day before the opening of Touto Line, a new train line for the Tokyo Metro. During the line’s opening ceremony, Conan Edogawa and the Detective Boys are led by Hiroshi Agasa and pass under the Touto Line. Conan, having heard about the threatening letter, notices explosives connected to the Touto railway; Using his original voice to report to the police as Shinichi Kudo, he is able to stop the train and divert traffic from the explosives avoiding deaths. Conan investigates Asakura’s political history for a clue to the culprit and discovers that the governor was in charge of building the dam in Kitanosawa, a fictional city in Niigata prefecture. Due to the construction of the dam, the citizens of Kitanosawa were forced to go to a new city and their old houses were drowned by the dam. Since Asakura’s trip to celebrate the dam’s anniversary was canceled by the bombing, Conan speculates that information about the terrorist could be found in Kitanosawa and plans a trip there.
Conan, the Detective Boys, Ran Mori, Kogoro Mori, and Sonoko Suzuki travel to Kitanosawa and enjoy the day playing. They are introduced to a group of locals; Their names are Keisuke Yamao, Mizuki Toono, Fuyumi Tachihara, Takehiki Mutou, and Shougo Hikawa. The group reveals that they were all childhood friends and were part of the group that moved to the new village. They also reveal that it is their first meeting in eight years since Yamao was in prison for killing Toono’s sister, Natsuki Toono, in a hit and run. The next day, Tachihara’s son, Touma Tachihara, awakens from his eight-year coma with no recollection of his accident. Later that day, Hikawa is found dead in a field. Originally, it was assumed to be suicide as only Hikawa’s footprints were found in the snow. Conan reveals that Hikawa was killed by an electroshock weapon. The culprit then waited for it to snow and backed away to suggest that Hikawa was alone. During a diamond dust caused by sunrise, Touma experiences a flashback on the day of the accident.
16. Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker
The sixteenth film, Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 11 人 目 の ス ト ラ イ カ ー, Meitantei Conan Jūichi Ninme no Sutoraikā), was released on April 14, 2012. The story revolves around to football and a timed bomb in the stadium.
The Detective Boys attend a promotional event where the J. League plays soccer with children. There, the group introduces itself to various people. The next day, the Detective Boys watch the soccer game at Touto Stadium. Kogoro Mori receives a phone call from a terrorist who relays the location of a bomb in the form of a riddle. The riddle reads “Blue zebra and blue boy, rain from above, people from below, his left hand, as shown, the tree on the left. Ran Mori transmits the riddle to Shinichi Kudo allowing Conan to decipher it. The blue zebra and boy refer to the mascots of the teams currently playing at Touto Stadium. The rest of the puzzle is a kanji game; the top of Rain (雨, Ame), the bottom of People (人, Milestone), to the left of Hand (手, Te), Sample (示, Shī) as is, and the left of Tree (木, Ki). Completing the missing parts of the kanji and adding them forms the word Electronic Scoreboard (電光 掲 示板, Denkō Keijiban With little time to evacuate the spectators, Conan goes around the infrastructure and orders the explosives so that the marker falls in a safe place.
17. Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea
The seventeenth film, Detective Conan: Private Detective in the Distant Sea (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 絶 海 の 探 偵, Meitantei Conan: Zekkai no Puraibēto Ai), was released on April 20, 2013. The story follows a case that occurs on an Aegis vessel.
In Maizuru Bay, in the early morning of April 20, a coast guard named Masaki Kurata encounters a suspicious ship during his patrol. Upon examining the interior of the boat, he discovers some explosives and immediately reports this to the Wakasa Coast Guard. The discovery quickly hits news reports, where the ship is revealed to contain data and components not found in Japan. He is also believed to have entered Japan illegally.
18. Detective Conan: Dimensional Sniper
The eighteenth film, Detective Conan: Dimensional Sniper (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 異次元 の 狙 撃 手, Meitantei Conan: Ijigen no Sunaipā), was released on April 19, 2014. The story follows the FBI and Japanese police as They try to stop a sniper who causes chaos in Tokyō after killing several people.
Sonoko invites Conan, Agasa, Ran, Kogoro and the Detective Boys to the pre-opening ceremony and the observation deck of the Bell Tree Tower, built by Suzuki Financial Group. While they are there, a sniper shoots one of the guests, Hiroaki Fujinami, from a nearby building. Conan, having observed the possible suspect, pursues the suspect and Masumi Sera joins in later. The suspect blows up police patrol cars during the escape and despite the FBI’s attempt to follow the suspect, the suspect jumps into Tokyo Bay. The Tokyo Metropolitan Police and the FBI later conclude that Timothy Hunter, a former Navy SEALS and former recipient of the Silver Star award, is a possible suspect. The FBI believes that Hunter also attempted to assassinate two former US military officers, Jack Waltz and Bill Murphy, and another Japanese civilian, Hitoshi Moriyama.
19. Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno
The nineteenth film, Case Closed: Sunflowers of Inferno (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 業 火 の 向日葵, Meitantei Conan: Gōka no Himawari), opened on April 18, 2015. The film revolves around Kaitou Kid’s announcement from a robbery, where Van Cuadros “Sunflowers” by Gogh will steal. and Conan’s attempts to uncover the motives behind his sudden interest in paintings, leading to the possibility of an impostor posing as the Kaitou Kid.
At an upscale auction house in New York City, a painting recently found in Arles is up for auction. It had been examined by various experts and declared to be one of Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers”, similar to a masterpiece believed to have been destroyed during an American air raid on Japan during World War II.
Jirokichi Suzuki, accompanied by his niece, Sonoko fights all the contenders with a bid of $ 300 million. At a press conference, he announces his plan to bring together the seven paintings of Van Gogh’s sunflowers known around the world for one major exhibition. The venue would be a specially built gallery in Japan known as “Lake Rock”, which boasts of the safety and protection of works of art from fire, damaging moisture, sunlight, etc. Conan and Haibara.
20. Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare
The twentieth film, Case Closed: Zero the Enforcer, known as Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 純 黒 の 悪 夢 ナ イ ト メ ア, Meitantei Conan: Junkoku no Naitomea) in Japan, was released on April 16, 2016. The film features Akai, Bourbon and, RON. The Detective Boys and Professor Agasa meet a woman with amnesia, who regains her memory after seeing a radiant colored light, leading the Men in Black towards them.
A spy for the Black Organization, codenamed Curaçao, infiltrates the NPA Security Bureau Office, stealing the NOC’s list of MI6, BND, CSIS, FBI and CIA agents working undercover in the Black Organization. . Yuya Kazami, an officer from the Public Security Bureau, catches her red-handed and Curaçao is forced to flee. Rei Furuya, also known as Bourbon, tries to stop him from escaping and then engages in a car chase on the Rainbow Bridge, and Akai Shuichi later joins in. The car chase ends up wreaking havoc, and Akai decides to shoot the tire of the Curaçao vehicle, causing the car to crash and fall off the bridge. Curacao escapes from the car as it falls and lands in the water. She later appears at the Tohto Aquarium near the crash site.
21. Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter
The twenty-first film, Case Closed: Crimson Love Letter (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン か ら 紅 の 恋歌 ラ ブ レ タ ー, Meitantei Conan: Kara Kurenai no Rabu Retta), was released on April 15, 2017.
The case follows an incident in Kyoto, where Kazuha participates in a card contest. Crimson Love Letter will be released in North America on Blu-ray by Discotek Media on December 29, 2020.
A bombing case on Nichiuri TV in the fall. The Satsuki Cup, which crowns the winner of Japan’s Ogura Hyakunin Isshu karuta competitive tournament, is currently being filmed inside the facility. The incident results in a great commotion and, while the building is being reduced to ashes, the only people left inside are Heiji and Kazuha. They are rescued just in time by Conan, who rushes to the scene. The identity and motive of the attacker are unknown.
As confusion takes hold of the explosion, Conan meets a mysterious and beautiful girl who claims to be “Heiji’s fiancee.” Her name is Momiji Ooka and she is the Karuta champion from Kyoto High School. According to fate, Kazuha will face Momiji in the Hyakunin Isshu competition, so he begins training with the help of Heiji’s mother, Shizuka, who is a skilled Karuta player.
At the same time, in a Japanese house in Arashiyama, outside of Kyoto, the current Satsuki Cup champion is assassinated. Images from the crime scene reveal Momji’s presence. In addition, several Karuta cards were distributed around the victim.
Conan and Heiji, along with the Osaka and Kyoto Police Departments, begin their investigation into the Satsuki Cup and the related murder case. As the investigation progresses, they come across a secret related to the Hyakunin Isshu.
22. Case Closed: Zero the Enforcer
The twenty-second film, Case Closed: Zero the Enforcer, known as Detective Conan: Zero The Enforcer (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン ゼ ロ の 執行人, Meitantei Conan: Zero no Shikkounin) in Japan, was released on April 13, 2018. Out of nowhere. , there is an explosion in Tokyo. The police try to find the culprit of this mess and end up suspicious of Mouri Kogoro. Conan learns that Amuro was the one who framed Kogoro and that Amuro is working with the NPA (National Police Agency). Conan must prove Kogoro’s innocence, find out who the real culprit is, and find out what Amuro is up to. Zero the Enforcer was released in North America on Blu-ray by Discotek Media on September 29, 2020.
Located on Tokyo Bay, the newly constructed “Edge of Ocean” complex and integrated convention center will host an upcoming Summit. Before the Summit, an explosion occurred in one of the buildings, killing and injuring many members of the Public Security Bureau staff conducting the inspection there, including Amuro Tōru and Kazami Yūya. A preliminary investigation found the fingerprint that matches Mori Kogoro’s, and with other evidence allegedly located inside Kogoro’s computer, Kogoro is arrested. After a desperate search for a lawyer who is willing to represent Kogoro at trial, Ran, Kisaki Eri, and Conan came across an independent lawyer, Tachibana Kyōko, who offered to represent Kogoro in the case.
Meanwhile, the Attorney General believes that the evidence incriminating Kogoro is sufficient to build the case, and Iwai Sayoko, the Attorney General, instructed Kusakabe Makoto to prosecute Kogoro. At the same time, the police investigation of the case is ongoing and it was discovered that the gas valve and the pressure cooker can be connected to the Internet (Internet of Things (IoT)) and that both are accessed remotely via of Nor (similar to Tor) through Kogoro’s device to cause the explosion. On the day of the conference, people are experiencing strange cases of IoT device malfunction, leading to an electrical short and fire in Tokyo. At the time, Kogoro was being held in Tokyo Penitentiary, which means that Kogoro could not have been the culprit for the bombing and the IoT attack, and the case against him was dropped.
23. Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire
The twenty-third film, Case Closed: The Fist of Blue Sapphire (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 紺 青 の 拳 フ ィ ス ト, Meitantei Conan: Konjō no Fisuto), was released on April 12, 2019. The film revolves in around a Kaito Kid heist that takes place in Singapore. , the first time the main stage is in another Asian country.
The world’s largest blue sapphire, the “blue lapis fist,” is said to have sunk on a pirate ship in the late 19th century, off the coast of Singapore. A local millionaire plans to get it back, and when it is put on display at the Singapore Marina Bay Sands hotel, a murder occurs. A bloody Kaitou Kid announcement card is found at the crime scene.
Meanwhile, Kogoro, Ran, and Sonoko have come to Singapore to cheer on the strongest karateka with a 400-win streak in a row, Makoto Kyogoku, who is fighting in a karate tournament held there. Conan, who does not have a passport and cannot travel abroad, was supposed to stay home. He begs Haibara to give him the antidote for him to transform into Shinichi, but she refuses.
Later that night, as Conan goes for a walk, Kid, disguised as Ran, sneaks up behind Conan. Conan notes it, but is later captured. Conan, realizing that he is trapped in a suitcase, uses a pen to push the zipper and quickly exits. Looking around, he realizes that he is in Singapore. Conan also notices that the color of his body has darkened.
24. Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet *
The twenty-fourth film, Case Closed: The Scarlet Bullet (名 探 偵 コ ナ ン 緋色 の 弾 丸, Meitantei Conan: Hiiro no Dangan), was supposed to be released on April 17, 2020, but was postponed until April 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
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