Everyone’s familiar with the tiny genius Detective Conan. The way he solves cases and sees through lies is remarkable in its path. However, there are multiple spinoffs of the anime that have been released from time to time. Unlike the regular Case Closed episodes, sometimes these spinoffs introduce us to other detectives. Two new Case Closed spinoffs have been announced. Let’s find out more about these:
Detective Conan/Case Closed New Spin-offs:
On October 4th, SHOPRO’s official YouTube channel released a promotion video of two new official spinoffs of Detective Conan. In addition to this, the PV also revealed the name and storyline of these spinoffs. First and foremost, Case Closed: The Culprit Hanzawa was announced as the first spinoff. Apart from it, the second was Case Closed: Zero’s TeaTime. The two spinoffs of Detective Conan have been published on Shonen Sunday S and Weekly Shonen Jump, respectively.
Case Closed: The Culprit Hanzawa
Gosho Aoyama and Mayuko Kanba’s spinoff of Detective Conan has been published since 2017. It has been serialized in “Shonen Sunday S,” and the cumulative circulation has exceeded 2 million. The 6th volume of this series will be published on the same date as the 100th volume of Case Closed. The story follows the jet-black person Hanzawa who lands in Yonehanchao, a crime city with the world’s top incidents.
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Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time
Zero’s Tea or Zero no Nichijou is a Case Closed spinoff serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. The credit for creating this piece of work goes to Takahiro Arai. In addition to this, the manga already has 2.7 million copies in circulation. Apart from this, the 5th volume of this spinoff will be released on the same day as the 100th volume of Detective Conan, i.e., October 18th, 2021. The story follows Toru Amuro, who’s a triple-faced person. Moreover, it follows the story of Case Closed Character Rei Furuya.
Since the Case Closed series has been loved by the fandom, the expectations from these spinoffs will be great. Thus, we hope that they stand up to these expectations and entertain the audience with flying colors.