History Manga / DetectiveConan

14th Sep '17 1:09:48 PM Robbyn
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* TenLittleMurderVictims: In volume 30, {{Captain Ersatz}}es of famous detectives were invited to an abandoned mansion (together with Conan, Ran and Kogoro) and die off one by one. [[spoiler:Only one of them actually died. The rest faked their deaths once they deduced who the real killer was in order to PullTheThread on her]].
31st Aug '17 2:52:31 AM phenomx13
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''Detective Conan'' (aka ''Case Closed''), written/drawn by Gosho Aoyama (''Manga/MagicKaito'' and ''Manga/{{Yaiba}}'') and published in Shogakukan's ''Shonen Sunday'', is a '''very''' long-running anime and manga series. [[http://anidb.net/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=266 Seriously, with over 870 episodes]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_anime_series_by_episode_count it's currently at 15th place in terms of total number of anime episodes,]][[note]]or 10th that is still in production.[[/note]] and having surpassed 900 issues, it's in [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_manga_series_by_volume_count#Manga_list 22nd place]] in terms of manga volumes.

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''Detective Conan'' (aka ''Case Closed''), written/drawn by Gosho Aoyama (''Manga/MagicKaito'' and ''Manga/{{Yaiba}}'') and published in Shogakukan's ''Shonen Sunday'', is a '''very''' long-running anime and manga series. [[http://anidb.net/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=266 Seriously, with over 870 episodes]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_anime_series_by_episode_count it's currently at 15th place in terms of total number of anime episodes,]][[note]]or 10th that is still in production.[[/note]] and having surpassed 900 1000 issues, it's in [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_manga_series_by_volume_count#Manga_list 22nd place]] in terms of manga volumes.



** ''Almost every unmarried man in Megure's department'' has a crush on Officer Satou, to the point of forming a "defense organization" to try to torpedo the budding romance between her and Takagi (whom they resent). (Shiratori was the ''leader'' of this organization until [[spoiler:he met Kobayashi-sensei and realized his affections had been misplaced]].) Because Satou is ObliviousToLove, she doesn't notice any of this…and her mischievous co-worker Yumi shamelessly takes advantage of this blind spot to pull pranks on those jealous men. (Such as the time she [[spoiler:innocently gave Satou a ring to wear]]…)

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** ''Almost every unmarried man in Megure's department'' has a crush on Officer Satou, to the point of forming a "defense organization" to try to torpedo the budding romance between her and Takagi (whom they resent). (Shiratori was the ''leader'' of this organization until [[spoiler:he met Kobayashi-sensei and realized his affections had been misplaced]].) Because Satou is ObliviousToLove, she doesn't notice any of this…and this…and her mischievous co-worker Yumi shamelessly takes advantage of this blind spot to pull pranks on those jealous men. (Such as the time she [[spoiler:innocently gave Satou a ring to wear]]…)
22nd Aug '17 6:42:38 PM Lunamifan1
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** [[spoiler: In a Q&A with fans in Singapore, Gosho confirmed Akai Shuichi and Miyano Akemi are actually cousins. [[https://clyp.it/mwoiwshx Here's the interview, it's around 34:23]]]]
19th Aug '17 9:44:46 AM RoyalParsley
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* CanonForeign: Officer Tome, the only recurring character created for the anime that never appeared in the manga.


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** Inspector Fumimaro Ayanokoji had recurring appearances in the movies (and one filler episode) before being introduced in the manga (where he somehow knows who Conan is, despite never meeting him before).
15th Aug '17 8:09:32 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ShotaCon: Sonoko jokingly thinks this might be the reason why Sera seems to be more interested in Conan than her classmate Ran's company.
14th Aug '17 1:13:56 PM creader
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* TheMole [[spoiler:s(?): Vermouth is seen talking on the phone to someone about "gaining trust, per our agreement" with Conan & Co. at the same time mysterious transfer student/teen detective Sera, mysterious houseguest/Sherlock Holmes fanboy Subaru, and mysterious private eye/Kogura fanboy Tooru answer their phones. And it seems that Tooru knows Sera...]]

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* TheMole [[spoiler:s(?): TheMole: [[spoiler: Or "Moles". Vermouth is seen talking on the phone to someone about "gaining trust, per our agreement" with Conan & Co. at the same time mysterious transfer student/teen detective Sera, mysterious houseguest/Sherlock Holmes fanboy Subaru, and mysterious private eye/Kogura fanboy Tooru answer their phones. And it seems that Tooru knows Sera...]]
14th Aug '17 12:41:59 PM creader
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* AsYouWish: Used as a red herring. [[spoiler:Jodie is routinely seen using a catch phrase of Vermouth ("A secret makes a woman a woman"), the Black Organization's MasterOfDisguise (who bears some resemblance to Jodie). Turns out that Vermouth said the same phrase to Jodie after killing Jodie's parents.]]
** Also used straight the first time Ran suspected Conan's identity. Ran mentioned their PE teacher is marrying. Conan asked "Since when can gorillas get married?" OhCrap.



* AssholeVictim: They love this trope. Very often, the killer is in a RoaringRampageOfRevenge due to the victim committing one or more acts of KickTheDog. You can often predict the victim in most of the episodes by seeing which of the newly-introduced characters acts like the biggest jerk.

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* AssholeVictim: They love this trope. Very often, the killer is in a RoaringRampageOfRevenge due to the victim committing one or more acts of KickTheDog. You can often predict the victim in most of the episodes by seeing which of the newly-introduced characters acts like the biggest jerk.



* AsYouWish: Used as a red herring. [[spoiler:Jodie is routinely seen using a catch phrase of Vermouth ("A secret makes a woman a woman"), the Black Organization's MasterOfDisguise (who bears some resemblance to Jodie). Turns out that Vermouth said the same phrase to Jodie after killing Jodie's parents.]]
** Also used straight the first time Ran suspected Conan's identity. Ran mentioned their PE teacher is marrying. Conan asked "Since when can gorillas get married?" OhCrap.



* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Kogoro and Eri, so much. Kogoro ''acts'' like a LovableSexManiac, always chasing after pretty women and maintaining a crush on IdolSinger Okino Yoko, but never actually seems to take the act further than ogling or, at most, platonic dating. This behavior always takes a sudden turn for the worse whenever Eri is around, which causes Eri to get about ten degrees colder whenever Kogoro is nearby. On the other hand, they actually try to do nice things for each other once in a blue moon. (In one manga issue, Kogoro actually bought Eri a birthday present[[spoiler:--except that he got the day wrong and accidentally gave her the wrong gift box]], and some White Day chocolates [[spoiler:(though Kogoro ''claimed'' he just didn't want to waste Yoko's present, Conan observed they were in a different wrapper than the ones Kogoro had been carrying around for her)]].) And sometimes Eri has been known to make Kogoro dinner (too bad she's a LethalChef).
** And both Kogoro and Eri have turned PapaWolf and MamaBear respectively when the other has been suspected of murder.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Kogoro and Eri, so much. Kogoro ''acts'' like a LovableSexManiac, always chasing after pretty women and maintaining a crush on IdolSinger Okino Yoko, but never actually seems to take the act further than ogling or, at most, platonic dating. This behavior always takes a sudden turn for the worse whenever Eri is around, which causes Eri to get about ten degrees colder whenever Kogoro is nearby. On the other hand, they actually try to do nice things for each other once in a blue moon. (In one manga issue, Kogoro actually bought Eri a birthday present[[spoiler:--except that he got the day wrong and accidentally gave her the wrong gift box]], and some White Day chocolates [[spoiler:(though Kogoro ''claimed'' he just didn't want to waste Yoko's present, Conan observed they were in a different wrapper than the ones Kogoro had been carrying around for her)]].) And sometimes Eri has been known to make Kogoro dinner (too bad she's a LethalChef).
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LethalChef). And both Kogoro and Eri have turned PapaWolf and MamaBear respectively when the other has been suspected of murder.



* BadassFamily:
** The Kudos -- The son (Shinichii/Conan) has become a world-famous detective by 17, can come up brilliant and complicated plans, and has a powerful soccer kick. The father (Yusaku) is even ''smarter'' than his TeenGenius son. And while the mother (Yukiko) isn't a sleuth like her husband or son, she's a MasterOfDisguise who is willing to help out her family and friends.
** The Mouris -- The daughter (Ran) is a karate champion who physical prowess borders on , and while not an AmateurSleuth like her LoveInterest, she ''is'' quite perceptive. Her father, Kogoro, may have gotten his fame thanks mostly to Conan and is mainly used for comic relief, but when he gets serious he can even out-deduct ''Shinici'' and he's also a judo master. And Kogoro's wife, Eri Kisaski, learned judo from her husband, is quite perceptive, and ''and'' got the nickname "[[RedBaron Queen of the Courttoom]" because she has yet to lose any of her cases.
** The Hattoris -- Heiji is an AmateurSleuth whose skills are on par with the titular protagonist, not to mention he's a kendo practicioner. His father, Heizo, is the Osaka Police Commissioner and is able to solve a case ''faster'' than his son. And the mother/wife, Shizuka, is a kendo master.



* DopeSlap: Kogoro does this to Conan quite often when he catches the boy snooping where he shouldn't. More often than not he uses his fist (and sometimes even gives Conan a full noogie), resulting in CranialEruption. (But this is still played for laughs.)

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* DopeSlap: Kogoro does this to Conan quite often when he catches the boy snooping where he shouldn't. More often than not he uses his fist (and sometimes even gives Conan a full noogie), resulting in CranialEruption. (But But this is still played for laughs.)



* DramaticIrony: In the June Bride Murder Case (episode 18), the killer attempts to get back at the police officer who accidentally killed his mother years ago by poisoning the officer's daughter via her favorite drink... but after the killer almost succeeds, it's revealed that she was [[spoiler:his childhood love]], and it was ''he'' who [[spoiler:got her into drinking Lemon Tea/Punch in the first place, because he'd bring them to her all the time!]] Thankfully, it does have a better ending, as Conan reveals that[[spoiler: the two still got married years later; and that the culprit was given a light sentence because the bride, having already figured out that her husband-to-be was the boy from her memories, willingly drank the poison]].

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* DramaticIrony: DramaticIrony:
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In the June Bride Murder Case (episode 18), the killer attempts to get back at the police officer who accidentally killed his mother years ago by poisoning the officer's daughter via her favorite drink... but after the killer almost succeeds, it's revealed that she was [[spoiler:his childhood love]], and it was ''he'' who [[spoiler:got her into drinking Lemon Tea/Punch in the first place, because he'd bring them to her all the time!]] Thankfully, it does have a better ending, as Conan reveals that[[spoiler: the two still got married years later; and that the culprit was given a light sentence because the bride, having already figured out that her husband-to-be was the boy from her memories, willingly drank the poison]].



* DrivesLikeCrazy: Kogoro is called out for being a bad (though not necessarily "like crazy") driver in a number of episodes, beginning all the way back in episode 2. (He rents cars rather than owning one, and hence does not have as many opportunities for practice.)

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* DrivesLikeCrazy: DrivesLikeCrazy:
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Kogoro is called out for being a bad (though not necessarily "like crazy") driver in a number of episodes, beginning all the way back in episode 2. (He rents cars rather than owning one, and hence does not have as many opportunities for practice.)
11th Aug '17 9:27:31 PM creader
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* OutlivingOnesOffspring: In some cases, there is a topic of a child's death and is sometimes the reason behind a culprit's crime of murder.



* SayMyName: I can't even count. Latest instance was [[spoiler: Ayumi calling Conan after he passed out in "Vermilion Bird"]].

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* SayMyName: I can't Too many examples to even count. Latest instance was [[spoiler: Ayumi calling Conan after he passed out in "Vermilion Bird"]].
11th Aug '17 3:03:15 PM creader
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* WordOfGod: [[spoiler: In a Q&A with fans, Aoyama Gosho confirmed that Akai and Akemi are cousins.[[https://clyp.it/mwoiwshx Here. It starts at 34:23.]]]]
8th Aug '17 8:33:46 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Lolicon}}: Referenced. Haibara asks Conan if a specific man ([[spoiler:Shuichi Akai]]) was a loli-con. Conan's reaction was pure shock, so she said, "I was right, then?" What makes the scene particularly hilarious is the fact that [[spoiler:[[TheStoic Akai]]]] and "lolicon" just don't belong in the same sentence.

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* {{Lolicon}}: LoliconAndShotacon: Referenced. Haibara asks Conan if a specific man ([[spoiler:Shuichi Akai]]) was a loli-con. Conan's reaction was pure shock, so she said, "I was right, then?" What makes the scene particularly hilarious is the fact that [[spoiler:[[TheStoic Akai]]]] and "lolicon" just don't belong in the same sentence.
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