Detective Conan, the popular detective series that accompanied us throughout our childhood days, will soon release a compilation film. It is a long-standing series with an incredible plot setting.
Unlike most other detective anime series, Detective Conan’s plot has several well-placed clues such that even the viewer can solve the case if he/she has a good eye.
With tons of manga, spinoff, sequel, anime, and anime movies to its name, the franchise has undying popularity.
The official website of Detective Conan has announced that a new compilation film named “Detective Conan: The Scarlet Alibi” will be launched in February.
It will run in Japanese theatres only for a limited time period, from 11th February to 4th March.
A new visual was also released for the upcoming compilation film.
The visual shows Mary Akai, Shuichi Akai, Masumi Sera, and Shukichi Haneda in Conan’s silhouette.
Ever since Sera Megumi has shown up in the Detective Conan franchise, the Akai family’s mysteries became deeper and more twisted. The family is involved in various episodes of the series.
All three siblings of the Akai family have some deep and hidden secrets. The compilation film is likely to brush over the mysteries regarding the family in a brief manner or give an insight into the family members’ dynamics.
Of course, Conan Edogawa will be present to uncover the mysteries this time as well!
The new compilation film will contain a secret message from Shuichi Akai, which will link it to The Scarlet Bullet Film. A new trailer will also be released for the 24th film of the series.
Conan himself will be narrating The Scarlet Alibi film.
About Detective Conan
Detective Conan is a detective manga series by Gosho Aoyama. It was first serialized in 1994 and has been published for over two decades.
Shinichi Kudo, or Conan is a high school detective who has been turned into a child after consuming a toxin.
Along with the FBI and a variety of characters, he solves mysterious cases. He takes on the name of Conan and tries to pin down the syndicate responsible for shrinking him.