Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa, a spin-off anime, just released a promotional video on YouTube. It revealed a list of premiere dates for various broadcast channels and streaming services, such as Netflix. The news was shared in the official Twitter account of the anime.
It features the opening theme song, “Catch me tonight” by Leon Niihama and the ending theme song, “Secret, voice of my heart” by Mai Kuraki. Watch the trailer below:
Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa Release Date
The following are the premiere dates of the anime, so mark your calendars!
- TOKYO MX – October 3 (Monday) (25:05 – 25:15 ~ 1:05 – 1:15 AM)
- Yomiuri TV – October 3 (Monday) (25:59 – 26:09 ~ 1:59 – 2:09 AM)
- BS Nippon Television – October 4 (Tuesday) (24:30 – 24:40 ~ 12:30 – 12:40 AM)
- Netflix – October 4 (Tuesday)
The TV broadcast date and time may still be subject to change. The Netflix premiere will be available worldwide.
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Shouta Aoi will be voicing the main character, Hanzawa while Minase Inori will be voicing his pet, Pometaro. Conan and Ran Mouri will be voiced by Minami Takayama and Wakana Yamazaki respectively.
Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa is a spin-off manga created by Gosho Aoyama and illustrated by Mayuko Kanbama. The spotlight is given to Hanzawa, who is the black figure from the main Detective Conan/Case Closed manga series. He represents the mysterious culprits in the story.
It debuted on Shounen Weekly S and was published into a comic print by Shogakukan in 2017. There have been six volumes of the comic, with its 7th volume coming soon in September 15.
The anime adaptation of the manga was first announced in October 2021. Seems like the wait is finally over for Detective Conan fans!