History Manga / DetectiveConan

25th Nov '16 12:28:13 PM MelodyRoseGold
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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 830 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 21st 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 830 840 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 21st place]] in terms of manga volumes.
22nd Nov '16 6:21:39 AM crazysamaritan
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* HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Usually played for laughs, Kogoro would yell at, throw, and even punch Conan for simply opening his mouth. Though, it seems punching is a valid form of punishment in this show.
** He even went as far as placing his fist on Conan's head and saying [[CallingYourAttacks "Killing move... DRILL PUNCH!"]] and delivering the noogie from hell.

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* HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: Usually played for laughs, Kogoro would yell at, throw, and even punch Conan for simply opening his mouth. Though, it seems punching is a valid form of punishment in this show.
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show. He even went as far as placing his fist on Conan's head and saying [[CallingYourAttacks "Killing move... DRILL PUNCH!"]] and delivering the noogie from hell.hell.
* HitodamaLight: In an early case, the detective boys think a house is possessed by a ghost when they see a light in the window. [[spoiler: (It turns out to just be from a candle.)]]
18th Nov '16 2:51:07 PM rafi
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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.



* 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.


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** Among all the murderers and criminals he deals with, Conan absolutely ''loathes'' {{Yandere}}s and [[CuteAndPsycho Cute Psychos]]. Criminals of such types often get the most scathing, harsher "ShutUpHannibal" speeches from him.


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*** At same time, Ran gets quite peeved when she thinks that Shinichi may be committing infidelity (even though they're not in a relationship).


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* BlackAndWhiteMorality: No matter the reason(s) behind a crime, Shinichi/Conan will state that it is ''still'' wrong and the criminal must face the consequences for their actions.


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* BreakoutCharacter: Ai Haibara. Introduced more later in the manga, Ai has become one of most important characters in the series with more screentime. She is also very loved by fans thanks to her personality and the ShipTease with Conan.
12th Nov '16 1:25:33 PM Redkun
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Shinichi Kudo is one of the world's foremost detectives, and he's only in high school. His sharp analytical mind allows him to connect points faster than anyone else, and local law-enforcement agencies frequently ask him for help.

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Shinichi Kudo is one of the world's foremost detectives, and he's only in high school. His sharp analytical mind allows him to connect points connects clues faster than anyone else, and local law-enforcement agencies frequently ask him for help.
25th Oct '16 3:35:17 AM Amon_Ra
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** Possibly a coincidence, but after one of Koguro's drinking binges, he says he had " some gin, some vodka, bourbon." [[spoiler: "Bourbon" being the current mysterious Black Organization member.]]

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** Possibly a coincidence, but after one of Koguro's drinking binges, he says he had " some "some gin, some vodka, bourbon." [[spoiler: "Bourbon" being the current mysterious Black Organization member.]]
16th Oct '16 3:00:41 AM rafi
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* Frameup: This happens a lot; the murderers make fake proofs to frame up innocent people.
2nd Oct '16 8:01:06 PM Nicoaln
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*** There are in fact a few ''very'' rare examples - two early [[LongRunner (Relatively speaking)]] episodes were about a kidnapping and a slashed flag. Another episode involved Michiru solving a scam mystery. In general, even the episodes where a murder does ''not'' happen, it will either be attempted outright or be somehow related. (Such as another early episode wherein one of the main characters mistook two actors for murderers when they were going to a play that was ''about'' murder.)
** However, one case (involving a film set murder) was actually self-defence - the AssholeVictim attacked the "perp" who had brought a knife to threaten him, but stabbed him unintentionally.
26th Sep '16 9:16:05 PM WikiGuardianAngel
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* BittersweetEnding: With the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters loads and loads]] of [[AssholeVictim Asshole Victims]] and [[SympatheticVillain Sympathetic Villians]] over the series long run, many of the resolutions fill you not only with a satisfaction of having the [[MysteryOfTheWeek murder of the week's]] perpetrator being caught, but also with sadness as you listen to the tragic motives of the murderers and wonder that they were not bad people in the first place, but were driven down this path by their extreme circumstances.

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* BittersweetEnding: With the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters loads and loads]] of [[AssholeVictim Asshole Victims]] and [[SympatheticVillain [[SympatheticMurderer Sympathetic Villians]] Murderers]] over the series long run, many of the resolutions fill you not only with a satisfaction of having the [[MysteryOfTheWeek murder of the week's]] perpetrator being caught, but also with sadness as you listen to the tragic motives of the murderers and wonder that they were not bad people in the first place, but were driven down this path by their extreme circumstances.
26th Sep '16 9:13:45 PM WikiGuardianAngel
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* BittersweetEnding: With the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters loads and loads]] of [[AssholeVictim Asshole Victims]] and [[SYmpatheticVillain Sympathetic Villians]] over the series long run, many of the resolutions fill you not only with a satisfaction of having the murder of the week's perpetrator being caught, but also with sadness as you listen to the tragic motives of the murderers and wonder that they were not bad people in the first place, but were driven down this path by their extreme circumstances.

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* BittersweetEnding: With the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters loads and loads]] of [[AssholeVictim Asshole Victims]] and [[SYmpatheticVillain [[SympatheticVillain Sympathetic Villians]] over the series long run, many of the resolutions fill you not only with a satisfaction of having the [[MysteryOfTheWeek murder of the week's week's]] perpetrator being caught, but also with sadness as you listen to the tragic motives of the murderers and wonder that they were not bad people in the first place, but were driven down this path by their extreme circumstances.
26th Sep '16 9:01:02 PM WikiGuardianAngel
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* BittersweetEnding: With the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters loads and loads]] of [[AssholeVictim Asshole Victims]] and [[SYmpatheticVillain Sympathetic Villians]] over the series long run, many of the resolutions fill you not only with a satisfaction of having the murder of the week's perpetrator being caught, but also with sadness as you listen to the tragic motives of the murderers and wonder that they were not bad people in the first place, but were driven down this path by their extreme circumstances.
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