Detective Conan Gets New Compilation Film On Ai Haibara’s Backstory, Reveals Trailer

The film will be released on Jan 6, 2023.

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The official website of the new Detective Conan’s 26th feature film, announced on Dec 7, 2022, that the franchise is getting a new compilation film based on Ai Haibara’s backstory. The film is titled “Haibara Ai Monogatari ~Kurogane no Mystery Train~“.

Haibara Ai Monogatari ~Kurogane no Mystery Train~ will be released on Jan 6, 2023, prior to the premiere of the 26th featured film of Detective Conan. The film will compile the key events from the anime’s “Jet-Black Mystery Train” arc (ep 701-704).

The film will also feature special footage towards the end that will act as a connection to the Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine.

The website also revealed a new trailer along with a key visual for Haibara Ai Monogatari ~Kurogane no Mystery Train.

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Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine is set to hit the Japanese theatres on April 14, 2023.

The 25th film, Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween was released on April 15, 2022, debuting at no. 1 in its first weekend, with a sell of about 1,321,944 tickets in its first three days. It had earned more than 7.5 Billion yen in 31 days after its release on April 15. 

Twenty-five 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 8–14 were directed by Yasuichiro Yamamoto, films 15-21 were directed by Kobun Shizuno, film 22 was directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa, films 23 and 24 were directed by Chika Nagaoka, and film 25 was directed by Susumu Mitsunaka.

Detective Conan, is a Japanese detective manga series written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama. It has been serialized in Shogakukan’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shonen Sunday since January 1994, with its chapters collected in 102 tankōbon volumes as of September 2022.

Due to legal problems with the name Detective Conan, the English language releases from Funimation and Viz were renamed to Case Closed.

The anime version of Case Closed is produced by Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and TMS Entertainment. Over 1000 episodes have aired in Japan since the anime’s premiere on January 8, 1996, making it the fifteenth longest anime series to date.

Source: Official Website

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