The first full trailer has arrived for the 26th Detective Conan anime film, Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine. This one will open in Japan on April 14, 2023, with Yuzuru Tachikawa (Conan Zero the Enforcer) at the helm to direct based on a screenplay by Takeharu Sakurai, marking the latter’s sixth time writing a Conan film.
Check out the new preview:
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)…
Here’s another look at the new visual featured in the video thumbnail:
Via Crunchyroll News