Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween Releasing in Japan on April 15th

Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween will be having its opening premiere in Japan this upcoming week.

Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloweenthe brand new film based on the Case Closed (Detective Conan) anime series, will be having its opening premiere in Japan this upcoming week.

TMS Entertainment Co., Ltd. announced that Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween would premiere in Japan on April 15 nationwide. The upcoming movie will be the 25th film installment based on the Case Closed (Detective Conan) anime series. The film’s setting will be in Shibuya, a particular ward or municipality in Tokyo, Japan. The new movie will be during the Halloween season and will have a recreation of Shibuya’s famous existing cityscapes.


The Case Closed (Detective Conan) anime is based on the long-running manga series created by Gosho Aoyama. The series focuses on a high school detective named Shinichi Kudo. While investigating the mysterious Black Organization, he encounters two of their members. They force him to ingest a lethal poison.

However, instead of dying, Kudo shrinks into a child. Kudo adopts a new identity under the pseudonym Conan Edogawa to hide his identity. Kudo solves numerous cases throughout the series by pretending to be his best friend’s father and other characters. The manga had its first publication on January 19, 1994, and currently has 101 volumes. 

A Detective Conan Wedding On Halloween? 

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Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween will focus on a mystery involving a dangerous and mysterious bomber called Plamya. The film’s setting will be Shibuya, Japan. The film will also feature new characters, such as Detective Miwako (the wedding bride) and Rei/Toru Amuro from the public safety police. Both Miwako and Amuro have terrifying encounters with Plamya.

The movie’s plot will have Detective Conan teaming up with Detective Miwako and Officer Amuro. The three investigators will try to capture Plamya, find out his true motives, and real identity. 

As a fan of mysteries, I never knew about Detective Conan. It still shocks me that I never knew about this long-running anime series. But after reading more and doing research on this franchise, I am highly interested in watching the anime and reading some of the mangas. Possibly even watching the films. I have to figure out how to binge-watch twenty-four movies before The Bride of Halloween potentially premieres in North America. 

Official Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween Press Release

TMS Entertainment Co., Ltd. has announced the release of its new animated movie, Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween. The movie, co-produced by TMS, is the 25th installment in the Detective Conan series, based on the original manga by Gosho Aoyama. The movie will be released nationwide in Japan on April 15.

This 25th movie is set in Shibuya during the Halloween season and features a realistic recreation of the ward’s well-known cityscape with detailed depictions of its existing buildings and facilities.

About Detective Conan (Case Closed):

The manga first serialized on the Weekly Shonen Sunday, published by Shogakukan Inc. in 1994. The total sales of the comic series of 94 published volumes exceed 230 million copies. The series is one of the bestselling detective mystery comics and is very popular internationally as well.

Shinichi Kudo is a high school detective. One day, suspicious men in black forcefully give him a strange poison and his body shrank to the time when he was in the first grade! Hiding his identity, he made a new name for himself: Conan Edogawa. Conan now lives with his childhood friend Ran Mori and her detective father in hopes of hunting down the Black Organization while being involved in cases. He faces numerous difficult cases and goes against a notorious thief but keeps on solving mysteries to find the one and only truth!

About Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween

Director: Susumu Mitsunaka
Scriptwriter: Takahiro Okura
Composer: Yugo Kanno
Cast: Minami Takayama, Wakana Yamazaki, Rikiya Koyama, Toru Furuya, Nobutoshi Kanna, Shinichiro Miki, Hiroki Touki, and Hikaru Midorikawa.
Synopsis: A wedding ceremony is being held in Shibuya’s “Hikarie”. The bride, Sato, a detective of the Metropolitan Police Department, is in a wedding dress. While Conan and other the guests are watching, a group of thugs suddenly invade the venue and attack. Detective Takagi puts himself in danger and risks his life to protect Sato.

Though the situation is settled, and Detective Takagi is safe, Sato is reminded of the incident about the series of bombings from three years ago; the ones that killed Detective Matsuda, her first love. At the same time, the criminal behind the bombing incident three years ago, has escaped prison. Is this a coincidence? Rei Furuya (Toru Amuro) of the Public Security Bureau hunts down the person who killed his colleague, Detective Matsuda. However, another person in a mysterious costume appeared, and attached a collar bomb on him.

Conan visits an underground shelter where Amuro is hiding to safely remove the collar bomb. Amuro tells Conan about the incident from three years ago: the encounters with an unidentified costume bomber “Plamya” in Shibuya with his fellow Police Academy members. Eventually, a disturbing shadow is cast upon Conan and others who are proceeding with the investigation…

What is your favorite Case Closed (Detective Conan) anime moment? Do you read the mangas? Are you excited for The Bride of Halloween? Let us know what you think in the comments below, or let us know on Twitter.




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