26th Detective Conan Anime Film’s
Tuesday saw the launch of a new trailer for Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine (Iron Submarine), the 26th instalment in the Detective Conan series. The technologically advanced Pacific Buoy facility, which contains a new global monitoring system, is highlighted in the teaser as the movie’s backdrop.
The website also debuted the below-displayed new image. In the “duel visual,” Conan is pitted against Gin, the villain, with Haibara standing in their way.
The movie will premiere on April 14th, 2023 in Japan.
South of downtown Tokyo, on the island of Hachijima, is where the movie’s plot is set. The debut of a new technology that links all law enforcement video systems globally and allows face recognition on a global scale attracts several engineers from across the globe. Along with Conan, Sonoko has sent him an invitation. He gets a message from Subaru Okiya informing him. That the Black Organization’s Gin has killed a Europol agent in Germany. Conan is upset as he takes a tour of the new building. The Black Organization is about to abduct a female engineer in search of some crucial data on her USB drive.
The movie is being directed by Yuzuru Tachikawa and written by Takeharu Sakurai, who has written the screenplays for six earlier Detective Conan movies, including Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet. The soundtrack is being created by Ygo Kanno (Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween, Psycho-Pass, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders).
Conan Meitantei Haibara On January 6. A new compilation movie titled Ai Monogatari: Kurogane no Mystery Train (Detective Conan Ai Habara’s Story “Jet-Black Mystery Train”) will debut in Japan. The compilation movie reassembles the television anime’s four-episode. “Jet-Black Mystery Train” arc (episodes 701–704). As well as significant scenes focusing on the character Ai Haibara from other periods of the show’s run. At the end of the movie, new footage ties the movie to Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine.