Lupin III: Jigen's Gravestone (LUPIN THE IIIRD 次元大介の墓標 Jigen Daisuke no Bohyō) is a two-part film released in 2014 as a "continuation spin-off" of The Woman Called Fujiko Mine TV Series.
Lupin & Jigen have their sights set on a treasure worth stealing called the Little Comet which is located in the country of East Doroa. The country has fortified its border after a singer named Queen Malta got assassinated in the neighboring country of West Doroa upon visit. Despite the two countries being enemies, Lupin & Jigen still plan to steal the treasure. During the heist, Jigen almost gets killed by a skilled sniper named Yael Okuzaki. His specialty is preparing tombstones for his targets before executing his kills. It's said that no one has survived after Yael makes a grave for that target.
Although a continuation of The Woman Called Fujiko Mine TV Series, the dub of this film as well as the following films do not contain the voice cast as the dub of that series, likely due to it being dubbed at Bang Zoom! Entertainment rather than FUNimation. The only voice actor to reprise their role is Richard Epcar as Zenigata.
While Michelle Ruff is also based in LA and had voiced Fujiko in the dub of the series, she did not reprise her role here for unknown reasons.
Lupin III: Fujiko Mine's Lie (LUPIN THE ⅢRD 峰不二子の嘘 Lupin the IIIrd Mine Fujiko no Uso) is a Japanese anime film released on May 31, 2019.
Fujiko Mine is on the run with Gene, a boy who knows the location of a stash of $500 million dollars that his deceased father embezzle from the compnay Godfrey Mining. The boy is targeted by Bincam, an assassin hired by Godfrey Mining with a mysterious ability that allows him to been a person’s will. Bincam’s whole body has been honed down from his teeth to finger nails that makes him a walking deadly weapon. So deadly that he has to be restrained when he is not hunting down targets.