The Detective Conan anime will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a brand-new two-hour television anime special this winter. Meitantei Conan Episode “One” Chiisakunatta Meitantei (Detective Conan Episode “One”: The Great Detective Who Shrank) recounting “the true first episode not seen by anyone!!”
The special will retell what happened on the day Shinichi’s teenaged body was transformed into that of a child. The story will include scenes we haven’t seen in the original manga or the first episode, allowing viewers to know what happened elsewhere that day. The project will be entirely realized under Aoyama’s supervision.
The first teaser for the special is set to be released on September 17.
source : Detective Conan Anime Gets New 2-Hour TV Special Recreating 1st Episode
It’s been announced that in the upcoming weeks 20 surprises about Detective Conan will be revealed as part of celebrating the 20th anniversary of the anime.
3 surprises have been revealed so far:
A one-hour special featuring special guest Ichikawa Ebizo XI (市川海老藏, a famous Kabuki actor), to be aired in two parts on 9 and 16 January!「コ ナンと海老蔵 歌舞伎十八番ミステリー」(Conan and Ebizo 18 Best Kabuki Plays Mystery) – a case with the world of Kabuki as its stage, and a deduction showdown between Ebizo and Conan?!
Real Escape Game × Detective Conan permanent store 「心斎橋チョコレート殺人事件」 (Shinsaibashi Chocolate Murder) opening in Osaka’s Shinsaibashi OPA main building on 12 December.
First promotional video for movie 20 to be released 4 November, 10am (access via QR code).
For the first time, there’ll also be an advance movie flyer – 「黒ビジュアルチラシ」 (Black Visual Flyer), limited to 96960 pieces that will be distributed at cinemas throughout Japan starting 7 November.
Hand-drawn poster and official subtitle to be released in Shonen Sunday #1 2016, going on sale 2 December.
Credit for gathering and bringing this info to us goes to presumenothing from the spoiler cbox.
With the nineteenth Detective Conan movie Sunflowers of Inferno being released in Japan yesterday, we have learned a bit more about what can be expected for the upcoming 20th movie of the series to be released in April of 2016.
Following revelations from Gosho Aoyama in a series of postcards about a month ago, we learned that both Gin and Amuro would be appearing in the next film and that it would then logically be about the Black Organization. The teaser has brought more speculation about the potential content of the movie as it presents a glass of alcohol in a dark and gloomy bar with Gin’s voice being heard in the background, saying: ”Bourbon, Kir… Don’t tell me…?”.
More information will naturally be revealed about the movie by the end of the year.
Announced almost a year ago back in January 2014, the two hour TV special The Disappearance of Edogawa Conan ~The Worst Two Days in History~, which intends to celebrate 20 years of the manga, has finally been given an airdate. It will be airing on Japanese television Friday, December 26th, at 9.00 pm.
In addition, it was also revealed that Teruyuki Kagawa and Ryouko Hirosue, two noteworthy Japanese actors, will be lending their voices to characters of this special. Kagawa will be voicing a hitman and Hirosue the manager of a magazine.
Thanks to Tuntun for the information.
After a new opening from Mai Kuraki which began airing last week, a new ending for the Detective Conan anime has just been announced. Entitled “君への嘘 (Kimi e no Uso)” or “Lie to You”, it will be sung by VALSHE who had made her debut in the anime with the recent 37th opening “Butterfly Core”.
The song will be released in Japan on the February 4th, 2015 with its first broadcast date yet to be revealed.
Source: Valshe’s Official Website
As has been the case in the last few years, Gosho Aoyama will once again be taking up some of his time during his Christmas and New Year holidays to answer several questions from fans surrounding the Detective Conan manga and his work in general. This annual encounter, the “Let’s Talk with Aoyama Gosho-sensei Day“, is set to be held on January 3rd, 2015 in the Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory located in Hokuei, Aoyama’s hometown, in the Tottori Prefecture.
Following the announcement of a Magic Kaito anime series adaptation a few weeks ago, Shonen Sunday’s latest issue is reporting that a new Magic Kaito story spanning 3 chapters will be published in October from the 44th to the 46th issue of the magazine. This will be the first Magic Kaito story to be published in 3 years. The latest volume was released in 2007.
Consequently, Detective Conan will be going on hiatus for several weeks. After File 908’s publication next week, no new file will be released until the end of October.
The premiere date for the Magic Kaito anime series has finally been revealed in the October issue of the Shounen Sunday Super magazine. The anime will air every Saturday at 5.30 pm on NTV/YTV right before the Conan anime starting October 4th. No additional information is given regarding the number of episodes planned. However, the magazine does mention that the anime will be a “completely new work” and that Conan will be appearing.
In addition, the the YTV website has just been updated and mentions that the anime series will be entitled Magic Kaito 1412 and, as an original work, will have scenes of Kaitô Kid in Detective Conan but from the perspective of Kid himself.
Source: Anime News Network
After the official website a few days ago, the logo of the upcoming anime series adapting the Magic Kaito manga and set to air in october has been revealed on A-1 Pictures’ website where a brief introduction to the series’ backround is also presented, however no further details are given regarding a precise air date for the first episode.
Thanks to skyechan for the news.
It has just been revealed that a new ending will be airing alongside the anime starting with the remaster of episode 27 on the 16th of August. Mai Kuraki, a long-time singer for Detective Conan openings, endings and movie themes, will be contributing this new ending entitled 無敵なハート (Muteki na Heart) – Invincible Heart. The song will go on sale on the 27th of August in Japan.