The iconic Detective Conan anime, which has been running for a long time, will be getting more TV anime from the franchise. The iconic franchise has decided to expand and so two of the manga spinoffs, Zero’s Teatime and The Culprit Hanzawa, will be getting anime adaptations.
The announcement of the spinoff anime adaptations was made by Shogakukan. Shogakukan announced that two spinoffs of Gosho Aoyama‘s Detective Conan manga- Mayuko Kanba‘s Detective Conan: Hannin no Hanzawa-san and Takahiro Arai‘s Detective Conan: Zero no Tea Time- will get anime adaptations.
Following the announcement, they also revealed a visual for both anime and are streaming a teaser video for the anime.
The anime adaptation of the spinoff manga is meant to be part of the celebrations for the 100th volume of Detective Conan which hits shelves on October 18.
Detective Conan: Hannin no Hanzawa-san is a gag manga that stars the black-silhouetted “criminal” that appears in Detective Conan chapters to represent the mystery culprits. It was launched in the Shōnen Sunday S in May 2017.
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Zero’s Teatime is written and illustrated by Takahiro Arai. It depicts the daily life of popular detective Toru Amuro and each of his three guises. Arai launched the ongoing Detective Conan: Zero no Tea Time manga in Weekly Shonen Sunday in May 2018.
The original Detective Conan manga by Gosho Aoyama revolves around high school detective Shinichi Kudo, who looks like a small child due to being poisoned by the mysterious Black Organisation.
It has also been confirmed that Arai’s Meitantei Conan Keisatsu Gakkō Hen Wild Police Story (Detective Conan: Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story) spinoff manga series is also inspiring a television anime adaptation.
For now, there is no information on either anime project. The cast and staff list, as well as premiere dates, will be revealed at a later date.
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