Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa Gets Trailer, October 3 Premiere

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The upcoming Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa spin-off has received a main trailer previewing its premise and theme song. The ending song is “Secret, voice of my heart” by Mai Kuraki (the ending song) and “Tsukamaete, Konya” by Leon Niihama.

The trailer also revealed an October 3 TV premiere date and an October 4 Netflix premiere date in Japan. The anime’s international Netflix release date is still unknown.

Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa is based on the Shogakukan-published manga by Mayuko Kanba, which began in 2017 and will release its seventh tankoubon volume on September 15, 2021. It is a criminal gag manga with a protagonist that resembles the silhouetted figure used to depict unknown persons in the main Detective Conan series. The manga is serialized in Shonen Sunday S and published under the Shonen Sunday Comics label.

The anime’s staff includes Akitaro Daichi (Bokura ga ItaMeiji Tokyo Renka, Ojarumaru) as director, Fuu Chisaka (Detective Conan Opening 47 storyboarder) as character designer, Studio Kokoro’s Mayumi Nakajima (Tada Never Falls in Love assistant art director) as art director, Hiromi Miyawaki (Lupin the 3rd Part 6) as color designer, Akemi Sasaki (Lupin the 3rd Part 6) as photography director, and Jun Abe (Mobile Suit Gundam-san) and Seiji Mutou (Mobile Suit Gundam-san) as music composers. TMS/Studio 1 is producing the show.

Meanwhile, the main cast includes Shouta Aoi as Hanzawa-san, Inori Minase as Pometaro, Minami Takayama as Conan Edogawa, and Wakana Yamazaki as Ran Mori.

Source: SHOPRO YouTube channel

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, and he did so for a few years, starting from his college days. He still writes about video games sometimes, but now focuses on anime-related news content and the occasional review. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive. Every anime season, Melvyn looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences, as well as learning about the storyboard artists and directors behind them.
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