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This is a list of films based on the manga and anime series Case Closed.

Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper

Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper, known in Japan as Detective Conan: The Time-Bombed Skyscraper (名探偵コナン 時計じかけの摩天楼) is the first anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 19, 1997. The film was released in North America on DVD by FUNimation Entertainment on October 3, 2006.

Synopsis

Jimmy is invited to a party held by a famous architect and Jimmy asks Rachel to go instead. There, a mysterious person plants a several bombs and gives Jimmy clues as to the location of the bombs. Jimmy tries to uncover all the bombs and save Rachel's life.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Alison Viktorin
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Jerry Jewell
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Colleen Clinkenbeard
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya R. Bruce Elliott
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Bill Flynn
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsubaraya Ikue Ōtani Cynthia Cranz
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Monica Rial
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Dameon Clarke
Inspector Nicholas Santos Inspector Shiratori Kaneto Shiozawa Eric Vale
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Mark Stoddard
Professor Leo Joel Teiji Moriya Tarō Ishida Kent Williams
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Laura Bailey
Schwartz Sakaguchi Yuzuru Fujimoto Kyle Hebert
Taguchi Kusunoki Yūji Fujishiro John Burgmeier
Mina Kornhouser Mina Kurokawa Tomoko Miyadera Emily Hornsby
Mortimer Kornhouser Daisuke Kurokawa Kazuhiro Yamaji John Elliott
Manami Goodspeed Manami Nakazawa Kayoko Fujii Ashley Gonzales

Additional Voices

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
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External Links

Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target

Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target, known in Japan as Detective Conan: The Fourteenth Target (名探偵コナン 14番目の標的) is the second anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. It was released in Japanese theatres on April 18, 1998. The film was released in North America on DVD by FUNimation Entertainment on November 20, 2007.

Synopsis

Rachel has a nightmare about her mother dying, but starts to remember what really happened involving herself, her mother, and her father from 10 years ago. Meanwhile, people are being injured by a certain culprit. Conan soon realizes that these people all have some kind of relation to Moore, and that they all had a number in their name corresponding to a playing card and were being targeted in order, from the king down to the ace.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Alison Viktorin
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Jerry Jewell
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Colleen Clinkenbeard
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya R. Bruce Elliott
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Bill Flynn
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsubaraya Ikue Ōtani Cynthia Cranz
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Monica Rial
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Mike McFarland
Inspector Nicholas Santos Inspector Shiratori Kaneto Shiozawa Eric Vale
Eva Kaden Eri Kisaki Gara Takashima Julie Mayfield
Kevin Simms Kohei Sawaki Ryūsei Nakao Chuck Huber
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Laura Bailey
Nina Oliver Nana Osanai Maya Okamoto Luci Christian
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Mark Stoddard
Peter Ford Andy Holyfield John Swasey
Emilio Cantore Eimei Shishido Kenji Utsumi Christopher Sabat
Henry Tish Hiroki Tsuji Takashi Taniguchi Troy Baker
Mason Norfolk Minoru Nishina Hirotaka Suzuoki Jason Liebrecht
Tammy Diez Towako Okano Miyuki Ichijo Carrie Savage
Jill Midori Kuriyama Asako Dodo Caitlin Glass
Jake Marano Joh Murakami Eiichiro Suzuki Troy Baker

Additional Voices

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
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Case Closed: The Last Wizard of the Century

Case Closed: The Last Wizard of the Century, known in Japan as Detective Conan: The Last Wizard of the Century (名探偵コナン 世紀末の魔術師) is the third anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. It was released in Japanese theatres on April 17, 1999. The film was released in North America on DVD by FUNimation Entertainment on December 29, 2009.

Synopsis

Phantom Thief Kid announces to the police that he intends to steal the Russian Imperial Easter Egg, which is currently being held in Osaka. As Conan pursues his rival, he discovers that there's more to this case then simply stopping a robbery.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Alison Viktorin
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Jerry Jewell
Kaito Kid Phantom Thief Kid
Vi Graythorn Ai Haibara Megumi Hayashibara Brina Palencia
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Colleen Clinkenbeard
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya R. Bruce Elliott
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Mark Stoddard
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Bill Flynn
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Laura Bailey
Samuel Sebastian Shirou Suzuki Fumio Matsuoka Cole Brown
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Monica Rial
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Cynthia Cranz
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Mike McFarland
Harry Wilder Wataru Takagi Doug Burks
Inspector Nicholas Santos Inspector Ninzaburou Shiratori Kaneto Shiozawa Eric Vale
Harley Hartwell Heiji Hattori Ryō Horikawa Kevin M. Connolly
Kirsten Thomas Kazuha Tooyama Yūko Miyamura Gwendolyn Lau
Inspector Mace Fuller Inspector Ginzou Nakamori Unshō Ishizuka Ian Sinclair
Shintaro Shaki Nobuo Tanaka Bill Jenkins
Sergei Ovchinnikov Haruhiko Jō Christopher Ayres
Seiran Hoshi Toshiko Fujita Clarine Harp
Kuranosuke Sotheby Kuranosuke Sawabe Eisuke Yoda Grant James
Ray Segue Ryu Sagawa Hōchū Ōtsuka Christopher Bevins
Giordano Infantino Shoichi Inui Chikao Ōtsuka Ed Blaylock
Natasha Kosaka Natsumi Kousaka Emi Shinohara Trina Nishimura
Maxwell Nishino Masato Nishino Mitsuru Miyamoto Anthony Bowling
Amy's Mom Ayumi's Mom Shinobu Satō Monica Rial

Additional Voices

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
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Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes

Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes, known in Japan as Detective Conan: Captured in Her Eyes (名探偵コナン 瞳の中の暗殺者) is the fourth anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was released in Japan on April 22, 2000 and later released in North America on DVD by FUNimation Entertainment on December 29, 2009.

Synopsis

A series of murders have occured with police officers as victims. One of the officers is shot right in front of Rachel's eyes, and the shock of the incident causes Rachel to lose her memory of everyone and everything around her. Now Conan must help Rachel regain her lost memories, while also protecting her from the muderer, who is targeting Rachel for witnessing the crime.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Alison Viktorin
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Jerry Jewell
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya R. Bruce Elliott
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Colleen Clinkenbeard
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Mark Stoddard
Eva Kaden Eri Kisaki Gara Takashima Julie Mayfield
Inspector Nicholas Santos Inspector Ninzaburou Shiratori Kaneto Shiozawa Eric Vale
Harry Wilder Wataru Takagi Wataru Takagi Doug Burks
Detective Chiba Isshin Chiba Chris Cason
Detective Simone Detective Miwako Satō Atsuko Yuya Kate Oxley
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Laura Bailey
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Bill Flynn
Vi Graythorn Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Brina Palencia
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Monica Rial
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Cynthia Cranz
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Mike McFarland
Dr. Christian Clemendale Kyosuke Kazato Kazuhiko Inoue J. Michael Tatum
Superintendent Osterman Toshiro Odagiri Kōji Nakata Kent Williams
Tobias Osterman Toshiya Odagiri Hisao Egawa Vic Mignogna
Tamia Jinno Tamaki Imoto Rika Fukami Stephanie Young
Michael Tomlinson Makoto Tomonari Toshiyuki Morikawa Chuck Huber
Osamu Narasawa Yū Shimaka Brian Mathis
Sheffield Yōichirō Shiba Jin Yamanoi Joel McDonald
Inspector Tomlinson Inspector Tomonari Takao Ōyama Barry Yandell
Sara Santos Sara Shiratori Sayaka Ohara Leah Clark
Corban Kotaro Haretsuki Jin Yamanoi Chris Cason
Midori Kuriyama Asako Dodo Kimberly Matula
Thomas Jinno Tamotsu Jinno Naoya Uchida Greg Dulcie

Additional Voices

Notes

  • Midori Kuriyama, previously named Jill in the 2nd film, now keeps her original name. She is, however, referred to as "Melanie" in the end credits. Due to her having a different voice actress, it's possible that the writers didn't realize this was the same character.

Video Releases

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Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven

Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven, known in Japan as Detective Conan: Countdown to Heaven (名探偵コナン 天国へのカウントダウン) is the fifth anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 21, 2001. The film was released in North America on DVD by FUNimation Entertainment on January 19, 2010.

Synopsis

As a pair of towers in Tokyo are being prepared for their grand opening, there is a series of murders of people connected to the towers. Conan suspects that the mysterious Syndicate may also be involved.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Alison Viktorin
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Jerry Jewell
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya R. Bruce Elliott
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Colleen Clinkenbeard
Vi Graythorn Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Brina Palencia
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Monica Rial
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Cynthia Cranz
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Mike McFarland
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Bill Flynn
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Mark Stoddard
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Laura Bailey
Inspector Nicholas Santos Inspector Ninzaburou Shiratori Kazuhiko Inoue Eric Vale
Harry Wilder Wataru Takagi Wataru Takagi Doug Burks
Detective Chiba Isshin Chiba Chris Cason
Gin Yukitoshi Hori Troy Baker
Vodka Fumihiko Tachiki Christopher Sabat
Officer Tome Toshihiko Nakajima Cole Brown
Hohsui Kisaragi Ichirō Nagai James Stephens
Theodore Radcliff Hidehiko Kazama Jūrōta Kosugi Travis Willingham
Cherilyn Cristabel Chinami Sawaguchi Aya Hisakawa Lydia Mackay
Madison Monroe Mio Tokiwa Toshiko Fujita Elizabeth Bontley
Zachary Hara Yoshiaki Hara Kōichi Hashimoto Jakie Cabe
Augustine Odell Iwamatsu Ohki Takeshi Watabe Brandon Potter
Hajime Tsukamoto Junichi Sugawara Charles Campbell
Akemi Miyano Sakiko Tamagawa Alex Valle

Additional Voices

Notes

  • Akemi Miyano was previously renamed Michelle Hamlin, and later Kendra in the anime series; here she keeps her original name. In the series she was voiced by Clarine Harp.

Video Releases

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Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street

Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street, known in Japan as Detective Conan: The Phantom of Baker Street (名探偵コナン ベイカー街の亡霊) is the sixth anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 20, 2002. The film was released in North America on DVD by FUNimation Entertainment on February 16, 2010.

Synopsis

Conan is invited to a party with many other guests to test a new virtual game system, when a murder mystery occurs. Now Conan must go into the game system to figure out who the murderer is with the help of the famous book character Sherlock Holmes. The lives of 49 kids testing the game are in his hands.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Alison Viktorin
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Jerry Jewell
Booker Kudo Yusaku Kudo Hideyuki Tanaka John Swasey
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Colleen Clinkenbeard
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya R. Bruce Elliott
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Bill Flynn
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Mark Stoddard
Vi Graythorn Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Brina Palencia
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Mike McFarland
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Cynthia Cranz
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Monica Rial
Inspector Nicholas Santos Inspector Ninzaburou Shiratori Kazuhiko Inoue Eric Vale
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Laura Bailey
Detective Chiba Isshin Chiba Chris Cason
Thomas Schindler Masane Tsukayama Spencer Prokop
Hideki Moroboshi Megumi Ogata Luci Christian
Hiroki Sawada Ai Orikasa Maxey Whitehead
Noah's Ark
Shinya Takizawa Urara Takano Anastasia Muñoz
Akira Emori Noboru Emori Rikako Aikawa Chris Cason
Seichiro Kikukawa Mitsuki Saiga Mary Morgan
Professor James Moriarty Kiyoshi Kobayashi Steve Powell
Jack the Ripper Shō Hayami Todd Haberkorn
Irene Adler Sumi Shimamoto Melinda Wood Allen
Colonel Sebastian Moran Yuzuru Fujimoto Bradley Campbell
Tadaki Kashimura Hiroaki Hirata Robert McCollum
Mrs. Hudson Kei Hayami Emily Gray
Shimizu Kazusa Murai Jamie Marchi
American Newscaster MAI Stephanie Young
Sherlock Holmes Hideyuki Tanaka John Swasey
Vivian Kudo Yukiko Kudo Sumi Shimamoto Melinda Wood Allen

Additional Voices

Notes

  • The final property in the Case Closed franchise to be dubbed by FUNimation Entertainment before giving up on the license.
  • The dub was the final role of Spencer Prokop, and was released posthumously on February 16, 2010; 7 months after his death.
  • Melinda Wood Allen voices Vivian here instead of Laurie Steele, as in the series.

Video Releases

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Case Closed: Sunflowers of Inferno

Case Closed: Sunflowers of Inferno, known in Japan as Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno (名探偵コナン 業火の向日葵) is the nineteenth anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 18, 2015.

Synopsis

Kaitou Kid and Vincent van Gogh's artworks feature heavily in the movie, according to an interview with Gosho Aoyama. The teaser preview at the end of Dimensional Sniper included references to van Gogh's "Sunflowers" series.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Wendee Lee
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Griffin Burns
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Cristina Valenzuela
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya Xander Mobus
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Michael Sorich
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Jake Eberle
Vi Graythorn Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Erica Mendez
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Andrew Russell
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Erika Harlacher
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Janice Kawaye
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Jennie Kwan
Koji Azuma Hiroshi Isobe Ben Lepley
Lieutenant Charlie Shunsuke Sakuya Armen Taylor
Keiko Anderson Yoshiko Sakakibara Dorah Fine
Natsumi Miyadai Nana Eikura Kira Buckland
Inspector Mace Fuller Inspector Ginzou Nakamori Unshō Ishizuka Kirk Thornton
Kumiko Kishi Yukana Nogami Lauren Landa
Zengo Goto Taiten Kusunoki Paul St. Peter
Jirokichi Suzuki Kōsei Tomita Roy Wolfe
Kōnosuke Jii Akio Suyama Landon McDonald
Kamen Yaiba Wataru Takagi Zachary T. Rice
Konosuke Jii (Young) Akio Suyama Landon McDonald
Taizo Ishimine Katsuhisa Hoki TBA
Umeno Toshiko Sawada TBA
Yuko Minaguchi (young) Faye Mata (young)
Hideo Harada Hidekatsu Shibata TBA
Koji Dobashi Toshimitsu Oda TBA
Kiyosuke Azuma Tōru Ōkawa Kyle Hebert

Additional Voices

Notes

Video Releases

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Case Closed: The Darkest Nightmare

Case Closed: The Darkest Nightmare, known in Japan as Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare (名探偵コナン 純黒の悪夢) is the twentieth anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 16, 2016.

Synopsis

On a dark night, the Japanese police is raided by a spy. Different countries' intelligence agencies—such as England's MI6, Germany's BND, and America's CIA—as well as the FBI's secret files are going to be taken, but public safety officers lead by Tooru Amuro arrive just in time. The spy steals a car and escapes. The spy and Amuro are then locked in a dead heat on the highway, and just as it is about to cause an accident with multiple cars, the spy's car is hit by FBI agent Shuichi Akai's rifle bullet and falls of the roadway. The next day, Conan and his friends go to a newly-remodeled aquarium in Tokyo. Under the main attraction, a Ferris wheel, Conan finds an attractive woman alone and injured. Her left and right eyes are different colors.

But the woman is in a state of amnesia where she doesn't even remember her own name, and the cellphone she's carrying is broken. Conan and his friends promise to help her regain her memory, so they stay with her.

Throughout all this, Vermouth is watching behind the scenes. Afterwards, she pulls out a silencer and speaks into an attached intercom, "It's as planned, Gin."

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Wendee Lee
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Griffin Burns
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Cristina Valenzuela
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Akira Kamiya Xander Mobus
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Michael Sorich
Vi Graythorn Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Erica Mendez
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Andrew Russell
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Erika Harlacher
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Janice Kawaye
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Jennie Kwan
Detective Chiba Isshin Chiba Jason C. Miller
Detective Simone Detective Miwako Satō Atsuko Yuya Katelyn Gault
Rei Furuya/Tōru Amuro Tōru Furuya Kyle McCarley
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Jake Eberle
Harry Wilder Wataru Takagi Wataru Takagi Christopher Bevins
James Black Takaya Hashi Jamieson Price
André Camel Kiyoyuki Yanada Chris Tergliafera
Jodie Starling Miyuki Ichijou Maureen Price
Shuichi Akai Shūichi Ikeda Keith Silverstein
Azusa Enomoto Mikiko Enomoto TBA
Rum TBA Chris Cason
Gin Yukitoshi Hori D.C. Douglas
Vodka Fumihiko Tachiki Edward Bosco
Vermouth Mami Koyama Laura Post
Chianti Kikuko Inoue Tamara Ryan
Korn Hiroyuki Kinoshita Kaiji Tang
Kir Kotono Mitsuishi Jennifer Losi
Curaçao Yūki Amami Allegra Clark
Stout Michael Rhys Chris Tergliafera
Aquavit Kurt Common TBA
Riesling Yōko Sōmi Morgan Berry
Yuya Kazami Nobuo Tobita Ray Chase
Vivian Kudo Yukiko Kudo Sumi Shimamoto Erika Harlacher

Additional Voices

Notes

Video Releases

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Case Closed: The Crimson Love Letter

Case Closed: The Crimson Love Letter, known in Japan as Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter (名探偵コナン から紅の恋歌) is the twenty-first anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 15, 2017.

Synopsis

A bombing case at Nichiuri TV in autumn. The Satsuki Cup, which crowns the winner of Japan's Hyakunin Isshu, is currently being filmed inside the facility. The incident results in a big commotion and, while the building is burning to ashes, the only people left inside are Heiji and Kazuha. They get rescued just in time by Conan, who rushes to the scene. Both the identity and purposes of the bomber are unknown.

While confusion takes over due to the explosion, Conan meets a mysterious beautiful girl who claims she is "Heiji's fiancée". Her name is Momiji Ooka and she is the Kyoto High School champion of the Karuta game. As fate would have it, Kazuha is going to face Momiji in the Hyakunin Isshu, so she begins to train with the help of Heiji's mother, Shizuka, who is a skilled Karuta player.

At the same time, in a Japanese house in Arashiyama, Kyoto's outskirts, the reigning Satsuki Cup champion is murdered. Pictures of the crime scene reveal Momji's presence. Additionally, several Karuta cards were spread around the victim.

Conan and Heiji, along with the Osaka and Kyoto police departments, begin their investigation on the Satsuki Cup and the related murder case. As the inquiry goes on, they come across a secret connected with the Hyakunin Isshu.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Wendee Lee
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Griffin Burns
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Cristina Valenzuela
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Rikiya Koyama Xander Mobus
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Michael Sorich
Vi Graythorn Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Erica Mendez
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Andrew Russell
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Erika Harlacher
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Janice Kawaye
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Jennie Kwan
Heiji Hattori Harley Hatwell Ryō Horikawa Lucien Dodge
Kazuha Toyama Yuko Miyamura Kayli Mills
Heizo Hattori Kazuhiro Yamaji Rick Zieff
Shizuka Hattori Masako Katsuki TBA
Ginshiro Toyama Masaki Terasoma Kyle Hebert
Momiji Ooka Satsuki Yukino Faye Mata
Muga Iori Daisuke Ono Grant George
Koji Sekine Daisuke Miyagawa Jon Allen
Mikiko Hiramoto Riho Yoshioka Ryan Bartley
Shikao Nagoro Kazuya Ichijou Joe J. Thomas
Kensuke Achiwa Osamu Saka Jason Marnocha
Satsuki Achiwa Miho Yoshida Dorothy Elias-Fahn
Fumimaro Ayanokoji Ryōtarō Okiayu Doug Erholtz
Goro Otaki Norio Wakamoto Paul St. Peter
Makoto Kyogoku Nobuyuki Hiyama Christian La Monte

Additional Voices

Notes

Video Releases

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Case Closed: Zero the Enforcer

Case Closed: Zero the Enforcer, known in Japan as Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer (名探偵コナン ゼロの執行人) is the twenty-second anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 13, 2018.

Synopsis

In the film's story, there is a sudden explosion at Tokyo Summit's giant Edge of Ocean facility. The shadow of Tooru Amuro, who works for the National Police Agency Security Bureau as Zero, appears at the site. In addition, the "triple-face" character is known as Rei Furuya as a detective and Kogorou Mouri's apprentice, and he is also known as Bourbon as a Black Organization member. Kogorou is arrested as a suspect in the case of the explosion. Conan conducts an investigation to prove Kogorou's innocence, but Amuro gets in his way.

Cast

Character Original Name Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Wendee Lee
Jimmy Kudo Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Griffin Burns
Rachel Moore Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Cristina Valenzuela
Richard Moore Kogoro Mouri Rikiya Koyama Xander Mobus
Dr. Herschel Agasa Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Michael Sorich
Inspector Joseph Meguire Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Jake Eberle
Vi Graythorn Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Erica Mendez
George Kaminski Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Andrew Russell
Mitch Tennyson Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Erika Harlacher
Amy Yeager Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Janice Kawaye
Inspector Nicholas Santos Inspector Ninzaburou Shiratori Kazuhiko Inoue Greg Chun
Serena Sebastian Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Jennie Kwan
Detective Chiba Isshin Chiba Jason C. Miller
Eri Kisaki Gara Takashima Mari Devon
Hyōe Kuroda Yukimasa Kishino Richard Epcar
Yūya Kazami Nobuo Tobita Ray Chase
Kyōko Tachibana Aya Ueto Cherami Leigh
Fumikazu Haba Daikichi Hakata Sean Chiplock
Sayoko Iwai Miina Tominaga Rachel Robinson
Makoto Kusakabe Tokuyoshi Kawashima Lex Lang
Jill Midori Kuriyama Asako Dodo Julie Ann Taylor
Detective Simone Detective Miwako Satō Atsuko Yuya Katelyn Gault
Rei Furuya/Tōru Amuro Tōru Furuya Kyle McCarley
Azusa Enomoto Mikiko Enomoto TBA

Additional Voices

Notes

Video Releases

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Case Closed: The Fist of Blue Sapphire

Case Closed: The Fist of Blue Sapphire, known in Japan as Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire (名探偵コナン 紺青の拳) is the twenty-third anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 12, 2019 and was released digitally in the United States on March 16, 2021.

Synopsis

The world's largest sapphire, "The Fist of Blue Sapphire" was alleged to have been lost at sea near Singapore along with a pirate vessel in the late 19th century. When a local billionaire appears to the public with a plan to retrieve the sapphire, a murder occurs in Marina Bay Sands. At the scene, a bloodied notice card from Kid the Phantom Thief is found...


Cast

Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Wendee Lee
Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Griffin Burns
Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Cristina Valenzuela
Kogoro Mouri Rikiya Koyama Xander Mobus
Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Michael Sorich
Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Erica Mendez
Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Andrew Russell
Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Erika Harlacher
Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Janice Kawaye
Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Jennie Kwan
Rishi Ramanathan Yūki Kaji Khoi Dao
Makoto Kyogoku Nobuyuki Hiyama Christian La Monte
Ginzo Nakamori Kōji Ishii Kirk Thornton
Leon Lowe Ikusaburo Yamazaki Kevin M. Connolly
Rechel Cheong Mayuko Kawakita Mela Lee
Heazry Jamaluddin Ryan Dress Joshua Tomar
Zhon Han Chen Jeff Manning Stephen Mendel
Sherilyn Tan Yū Asakawa Megan Hollingshead
Reijiro Nakatomi Hiroki Takahashi Matthew David Rudd
Mark Aidan Charles Glover Brook Chalmers
Eugene Lim Kurt Common Kaiji Tang
Shuichi Akai Shūichi Ikeda Keith Silverstein
Jirokichi Suzuki Kōsei Tomita Roy Wolfe
Osamu Hayashi Osamu Hayashi ?
Liliane Roy Liliane Roy ?

Additional Voices

Notes

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Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet

Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet (名探偵コナン 緋色の弾丸) is the twenty-fourth anime feature film based on the Detective Conan franchise. The film was originally released in Japan on April 16, 2021.

Synopsis

Japan is celebrating the upcoming World Sports Games, the world's largest sporting event, in Tokyo. The "Japanese Bullet," the world's first vacuum-tube super-conducting linear train, is built with the latest Japanese technology and timed to coincide with the WSG opening ceremonies. The train is set to run from Shin Nagoya Station to Tokyo Station at up to 1,000 kilometers per hour. However, a bizarre incident occurs during a party held by famous major sponsors, leading to a string of kidnappings of top executives. Conan deduces a possible link to serial abductions in the WSG 15 years earlier in Boston.

Cast

Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Conan Edogawa Minami Takayama Wendee Lee
Shinichi Kudo Kappei Yamaguchi Griffin Burns
Ran Mouri Wakana Yamazaki Cristina Valenzuela
Kogoro Mouri Rikiya Koyama Xander Mobus
Professor Hiroshi Agasa Kenichi Ogata Michael Sorich
Ai Habara Megumi Hayashibara Erica Mendez
Genta Kojima Wataru Takagi Andrew Russell
Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Ikue Ōtani Erika Harlacher
Ayumi Yoshida Yukiko Iwai Janice Kawaye
Sonoko Suzuki Naoko Matsui Jennie Kwan
Shiro Suzuki Fumio Matsuoka Doug Stone
Tomoko Suzuki Miru Hitotsuyanagi TBA
Subaru Okiya Ryōtarō Okiayu TBA
Shuichi Akai Shūichi Ikeda Keith Silverstein
Mary Sera Atsuko Tanaka TBA
Masumi Sera Noriko Hidaka TBA
Shukichi Haneda Toshiyuki Morikawa Sean Chiplock
Wataru Takagi Wataru Takagi Christopher Bevins
Detective Miwako Satō Atsuko Yuya Katelyn Gault
Yumi Miyamoto Yu Sugimoto Amanda Lee
Jodie Starling Miyuki Ichijou Maureen Price
James Black Takaya Hashi Jamieson Price
André Camel Kiyoyuki Yanada Chris Tergliafera
Kamen Yaiba Wataru Takagi Zachary T. Rice
Inspector Juzo Megure Chafurin Jake Eberle

Additional Voices

  • Coming Soon

Notes

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Region Country
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NTSC
United States United States

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