Theatrical poster for the 26th »Detective Conan« movie revealed

Theatrical poster for the 26th »Detective Conan« movie revealed

February 1, 2023

The 26th Detective Conan movie, Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine , is already being eagerly awaited. In line with this, the production team released the official theatrical poster (see below) on Twitter, offering fans a first look at the film.

Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine will be released in Japanese cinemas on April 14, 2023 and is Conan Edogawa's 26th cinematic adventure.

The new feature film is directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa at the TMS Entertainment studio, while Takeharu Sakurai wrote the script and Yugo Kanno composed the music. Kurogane no Submarine is set on the island of Hahijou-jima, where a new global face recognition system is set to be introduced. The focus is on the character Ai Haibara, but Amuro, Akai and the members of the Black Organization also play an important role.

Detective Conan has been broadcast in Japan since January 1996 and currently includes more than 1,000 episodes, 25 films and various specials. The manga series by Gosho Aoyama has been published in Japan since 1994 with 102 volumes so far, with Egmont Manga publishing the mystery series in German. The TV series is releasing Crunchyroll (formerly KAZÉ anime) on DVD and, most recently, on Blu-ray for the first time.

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This is what Detective Conan is about:

Razor-sharp mind, ingenious power of deduction – at just 17 years old, Shin'ichi Kudô is already considered a master detective. Again and again he helps the police to solve the trickiest cases. One day, however, he watches two men in black make a suspicious deal. He doesn't notice the criminal behind him who is administering a mysterious poison to him. Eventually, Shin'ichi awakens in the body of an elementary school student. In order not to be targeted again by the black organization, he lives with Ran and her father from now on. Watch out, here comes little detective Conan!

Source : Twitter Images: © Gosho Aoyama / Shogakukan • YTV • TMS 1996

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