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26th Detective Conan Anime Film Shares Emotional Trailer

26th detective conan anime film

Following up on the initial tease and title reveal, an emotional trailer has arrived for the 26th Detective Conan anime film, titled Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine. The latest feature opens in Japan on April 14, 2023, and you can watch as heroine Ai Haibara shows a rare shedding of tears while asking for Conan’s help below. 


This time’s location is set in the sea near the Hachijo-jima island, Tokyo. Engineers from around the world have gathered for the full-scale operation of “Pacific Buoy,” an offshore facility to connect security cameras owned by the worldwide police forces. A test of a certain “new technology” based on a face recognition system is underway there.

Meanwhile, Conan and the Detective Boys visit Hachijo-jima at Sonoko’s invitation and receive a phone call from Subaru Okiya (a graduate student in the Graduate School of Engineering at Tokyo Metropolitan University, who is an FBI agent Shuichi Akai and a black-robed organization’s Rye) informing them that a Europol employee was murdered in Germany by the Black Organization’s Jin.

Conan, who is disquieted, sneaks into the facility and finds that a female engineer has been kidnapped by the Black Organization…! Furthermore, a USB drive containing certain information in her possession ends up in the hands of the organization… A black shadow also creeps up on Ai Haibara (Detective Boys’ Ai Haibara / Shiho Miyano / the Black Organization’s Shelly)…

Via Crunchyroll News