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Detective Conan: The Complete List of All Movies! I’ve even put together a summary of his latest work, The Scarlet Bullet.

出典 : Ⓒ2020 青山剛昌/名探偵コナン製作委員会 : 劇場版『名探偵コナン 緋色の弾丸』

We bring you a list of all 24 films in the “Detective Conan” movie series that have been released every year since 1997, up to and including the latest “Hiiro no Bullets”!
We’ve put together a summary of each film, along with a synopsis, highlights, and some data on the popular vote and box office receipts!

Detective Conan: Clockwork Skyscraper

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This is the first film in the memorable theatrical series that was released in 1997.
As the first film, it has a standard structure with the main character Conan chasing a series of bombings.
Detective Shiratori makes his first appearance as one of the suspects.

The theme song is “Happy Birthday” by Anko.
It has grossed 1.1 billion yen at the box office.
It ranked fifth in a 2016 theatrical popularity poll on the official mobile website.

At the time, Conan was in its second year as a TV anime.
The ratings, which weren’t very high in the first year, began to stabilize in the upper 10% range, and broke through 20% for the first time with the June 9, 1997 broadcast of “The True Detective Appears in About 18 Minutes, Ghost Ship Murder Case, Part 2”.
Miho Komatsu’s OP song “Mystery” was also a hit, and it was the era that laid the foundation for a national anime.

Detective Conan, the 14th target

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This is the second film in the theatrical series, released in 1998.
It follows the story of a series of attacks targeting Kogoro Mori and other people whose names have words and phrases reminiscent of the numbers of cards.
In addition to the mystery of the main plot, Kogoro’s past and the reason for the Mouri couple’s separation are also revealed, making it a worthwhile story.

The theme song is “Like a Little Girl Back in Time” by ZARD.
The film grossed 1.85 billion yen at the box office, greatly exceeding the previous film.
This was due to the strong performance of the TV series, which had become a popular anime with an all-time record of 20% since the beginning of 1998.

Detective Conan: Sorcerer of the End of the Century

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This is the third film in the film series released in 1999, and it marks the first appearance on film of familiar faces such as the main character Aoi Haibara, Hattori Heji, Toyama Kazuha, Detective Takagi, and the Phantom Thief Kid.
This is a big scale story that starts with the Phantom Thief Kid’s advance notice, then moves to Osaka, a luxury cruise ship, and an old castle.
It is a voluminous film that focuses on a series of murders and also includes a treasure hunt.

The theme song is “One” by B’z. The film has earned 2.6 billion yen at the box office.
The box office grossed 2.6 billion yen, and it became the first film to break the 2 billion yen mark.
It had an all-star feel to it that only a theatrical venue could provide, and it was also a fan favorite, ranking seventh in the 2016 popularity poll.

Detective Conan: The Assassin in the Eye

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This is the fourth film in the film series released in 2000, and focuses on the main character Conan and the heroine Ran.
The story is about Ran, who encounters the perpetrator of a shooting incident and is shocked into losing her memory when the perpetrator believes that “it was her fault that Detective Sato was shot” through a ruse.
The story is set in the tropical land where Kudo Shinichi visits with Ran in the first episode of the TV series and the original story, and is turned into a child, which can be said to be a return to the origin.

The theme song is “Anata ga aru kara” by Miho Komatsu.
It earned 2.5 billion yen at the box office.
One of the very popular early masterpieces, it was ranked third in the 2016 popularity poll and was released in 2020. received 7,7991 votes in the “What you want to see most right now” poll conducted by Friday Roadshow! I won the first place in the competition.

Detective Conan: Countdown to Heaven

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This is the fifth film in the theatrical series, released in 2001, and celebrates the fifth anniversary of the film.
This film marks the first appearance of the Black Organization in a movie.
It is a thrilling story that focuses on Haibara and the members of the Detective Boys’ gang, depicting various incidents that take place in the Twin Towers and the crisis caused by the intervention of the Black Organization.

The theme song is “always” by Mai Kuraki.
It earned a record 2.9 billion yen at the box office.
It ranked fourth in the 2016 popularity poll and third in the 2020 poll with 55182 votes, and remains a popular film today as an early classic along with “Assassins in the Eyes”.

Detective Conan: Ghosts of Baker Street

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The sixth film in the theatrical series, released in 2002, was written by novelist Hisashi Nozawa.
It follows the struggles of Conan and his friends as they board the virtual experience attraction “Cocoon” and head to the virtual space of old London to get a clue to a murder case.
Shinichi’s parents make their first appearance in the film.

The theme song is “Everlasting” by B’z.
The film grossed 3.4 billion yen at the box office, becoming the first in the series to surpass the 3 billion yen mark.
It was ranked second in the 2016 popularity poll, and despite being a unique film, it has a strong following.

Detective Conan: Crossroads in the Maze

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This is the seventh and final film in the film series released in 2003, and is directed by Kanetsugu Kodama, who was at the helm from the first film.
Set in Kyoto, the story unfolds as the perpetrators of a series of murders are pursued by a thieving gang called the Genji Hotaru.
This is the first film to focus on Hattori and Kazuha, and the scene in which Conan plays an active role as Shinichi has become a hot topic.

The theme song is “Time after time – in the town where flowers dance” by Mai Kuraki.
The film grossed 3.2 billion yen at the box office, making it the second film in a row to break 3 billion yen.
It won the first place in the 2016 popularity poll.

Detective Conan: The Magician of the Silverwing

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This was the eighth film in the film series released in 2004, and the first film directed by Yasuichiro Yamamoto, who had directed the TV series from 1998 to 2003.
It was the first story to feature the Phantom Thief Kid since “Sorcerer at the End of the Century”, after which a murder occurs on the airplane, and Conan and Kid cooperate with each other.

The theme song was “Dream×Dream” by Rina Aiuchi.
At the time, Conan’s TV series ratings were on a downward trend, and perhaps due to this, the box office revenue was 2.8 billion yen.

Detective Conan: A Conspiracy on the Horizon (Strategy)

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The ninth film in the theatrical series was released in 2005.
Set on board a luxury liner, the story links a murder 15 years ago to a murder in the present.

The main feature of this film is that it picks up Kogoro.
He usually plays a clown in both TV and movies, but he plays a great role in this film.

The theme song is “Natsu wo Makuwaku Waiting Sail (Sail) no Yoni” by ZARD.
Perhaps because it was a special kind of film with Kogoro as the main character, the box office receipts dropped considerably to 2.15 billion yen

Detective Conan: The Detective’s Requiem

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It is the 10th film in the memorable film series released in 2006.
As it is the 10th anniversary film, it is an all-star affair, with almost all of the regular members appearing in the film at the request of the original author, Aoyama Gosho.
Set in the theme park “Miracle Land”, Conan and his friends are forced by a criminal to solve a case after being given an ID with a bomb.

The theme song is “Yuruginai Mono Hitotsuto” by B’z.
The box office grossed 3.03 billion yen, the first time in three films to break the 3 billion yen mark.
In the 2020 voting project, the film received 52793 votes and came in fourth place.

Detective Conan: The Jolly Roger Coffin in Blue (Jolly Roger)

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The eleventh film in the theatrical series, released in 2007, is a mystery that takes place on an island and undersea temple called “Shinkaijima”.
The story picks up with Ran and her best friend, Sonoko (Sonoko).

The treasure hunt is a theme that has been dealt with in other works, but this is the first work that deals with a pirate ship.
The friendship and action scenes between Ran and Sonoko are a highlight.

The theme song is a collaboration between Rina Aiuchi and Yuka Saegusa, “Nanatsu no Umi wo Wataru Kaze no Yosano Yosano”.
It earned 2.53 billion yen at the box office.

Detective Conan: The Score of Fear (Full Score)

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The 12th film in the film series, released in 2008, is a groundbreaking work with a musical theme.
Conan (Shinichi) is an on-again, off-again person with an absolute sense of pitch, and he and a guest character, soprano singer Akiba Reiko, are the main characters in the film.

The highlight of this work is the surprising development of the 110 call by imitating a push signal through vocalizations.
This has been tested and proven in Detective Night Scoop whether or not it is actually possible.

The theme song is “Spread Your Wings” by ZARD.
It earned 2.42 billion yen at the box office.

Detective Conan: The Jet Black Chaser

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This is the thirteenth film in the film series, released in 2009.
It’s been eight years since “Countdown to Heaven” and the Black Organization makes its first appearance.
Vermouth, Canty and Colne all made their first movie appearances, as well as Irish, who was originally designed by Aoyama-sensei, who also made an appearance as an original character.

A wide range of serial murders occur in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shizuoka and Nagano, and a thrilling story is spun as the police, the serial killers and the black cabal all have their own agendas.
The film is packed with highlights such as the tense situation in which Conan is gradually being hunted down and the flamboyant action scenes.

The theme song is “PUZZLE” by Mai Kuraki.
The box office grossed a record-breaking 3.5 billion yen.
It was ranked #10 in the 2016 popularity poll.

Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in the Sky

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The fourteenth film in the film series, released in 2010, is the first Conan film for Rikiya Koyama, who replaced Akira Kamiya as Kogoro.
This is the first time since “The Phantom Thief Kid” and the first time since “The Magician of the Silverwing” that the story is set in the sky.
The main story is about Conan and Kid, who encounter a hijacking by the terrorist organization “Red Siamese Cats” and fight against it together.

The most important feature is that this is the first time in the film series that a murder has not occurred.
Still, there are enough thrilling twists and turns available to keep the tension high.

The theme song is “Over Drive” by GARNET CROW.
It earned 3.2 billion at the box office.
It was ranked 9th in the 2016 popularity poll.

Detective Conan: Fifteen Minutes of Silence (Quarter)

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This is the 15th film in the film series released in 2011, and it is the 15th anniversary of the film series.
From this film onwards, director Yamamoto has been in the position of general director, and Kobun Shizuno has been selected as the third director.

This is the first film in the series to be set in a snow country in winter, where Conan and his friends are involved in a series of incidents such as a threatening letter to the governor of Tokyo, an explosion in a tunnel, a shooting incident in a snowy mountain….
The title and “The Last 15 Minutes, Unpredictable! As the tagline “15 minutes” suggests, “15 minutes” is the key word in this film.

The theme song is “Don’t Wanna Lie” by B’z.
It earned 3.15 billion yen at the box office.

Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker

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It is the 16th film in the film series released in 2012, and is also a collaboration with the J-League’s 20th anniversary project.
For this reason, many famous J-League players, such as Miura Tora-san, participate in the film as themselves.
Shinichi was a member of the soccer club up until junior high school and was a promising player, and even after becoming Conan, he often handles a soccer ball, and his skills have been used in the film.

The storyline is that Conan and the Detective Boys work together to stop a warning that the stadium is going to be blown up during a soccer game.
This film and “The Wreck in the Sky” are the only two theatrical versions that did not involve a murder.

The theme song is “Haruta” by Ikimonogakari.
This is the first film since the first film “Clockwork Skyscraper” to have a non-Being musician sing the theme song.
It earned 3.29 billion yen at the box office, surpassing the first two films.

Detective Conan: Detective Zekkai no Tantei (Private Eye)

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This is the 17th film in the theatrical series, released in 2013.
It is the first story set on the sea since “Azure Coffin”, but this film is unique in that it deals with the Aegis ship in a big way.
It depicts the investigation and confrontation over the spy X of a country that has invaded the Aegis.

The script is written by Sakurai Takeharu, who worked on the popular drama series “Buddy”.
It is thought that the original writer, Mr. Aoyama is a fan of “Aibou” and it was realized.

Also, Mr. Aoyama is currently known as a heavy user of “Battleship”, and the service of “Battleship” started at about the same time as the release of this movie.
It is a strange coincidence that this film is a movie version of a naval ship.

The theme song is “One More Time” by Kazuyoshi Saito.
The film grossed a record 3.63 billion yen at the box office.

Detective Conan: Sniper in Another Dimension

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Released in 2014, this was the 18th film in the theatrical series and was the first film to feature popular character Shuichi Akai in the theatrical version.
It was the first time that Akai’s survival was revealed in the film, after he was supposed to have been killed by a black organization.
The story revolves around a sniper incident that took place at the Toto Bell Tree Tower, a fictional tower modeled after the Tokyo Sky Tree.

Many of the guest characters are adults.
This was the last theatrical version of the film with the participation of the late Kazunari Kouchi, who was deeply involved in the TV series from the beginning and wrote most of the scripts for the film series.

The theme song was “Love Searchlight” by Kou Shibasaki.
It grossed 4.11 billion yen at the box office, making it the first film in the series to surpass 4 billion yen.
It was ranked 6th in the 2016 popularity poll and 2nd in the 2020 voting project with 60,535 votes, and many fans have made it one of the most popular Conan movies.

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Detective Conan: The Sunflower of the Fire

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This is the 19th film in the theatrical series and the first art mystery in the series, released in 2015.
The title “Sunflower” represents a very famous painting by Van Gogh.
The title “Sunflower” is a reference to the famous painting by Van Gogh, and this is the story of the bombing incident surrounding the “Sunflower”.

This is the first work in which the Phantom Thief Kid has appeared since “The Shipwreck in the Sky”.
One of the most spectacular action scenes in the series is the highlight of the film.

The theme song is “Oh! ‘Rival’.
The film broke a record at the box office with 4.48 billion.
It ranked eighth in the 2016 popularity poll and fifth in the 2020 voting project with 35463 votes.

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Detective Conan: Nightmare

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This is the 20th film in the theatrical series, released in 2016, and it is a memorable 20th anniversary film.
As it is an anniversary film, it has quite a bit of focus, and it depicts an epic case set at the Toto Aquarium, involving numerous forces such as the Black Organization, the FBI, the CIA, and Public Safety.

Above all, this is Amuro Toru’s first feature film.
In common with Shizuno’s films, the mystery elements are kept low and the action elements are strong, but the overall development and the ending is different in taste from his previous films.

The theme song is “The World Is Your Color” by B’z.
It was a big hit at the box office, earning 6.33 billion yen, which was not only the first time for the film to break the 5 billion yen mark, but also reached 6 billion yen, making it a national It was the first step to the movie.

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Love Letter from Detective Conan

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This is the 21st film in the theatrical series released in 2017, and the first film to feature Hattori and Kazuha since Crossroads in the Maze.
Oooka Momiji makes her first appearance in the film.

It takes place in Kyoto in autumn and depicts a murder case based on the motif of the Hundred Poets’ Poems.
This is the first time that autumn has been depicted in a movie version, and the beautiful images have become a hot topic of conversation.

The theme song was “Watagetsu-bashi -Kimi Soufu” by Mai Kuraki, which was a huge hit.
Box office revenue was 6.89 billion yen, an increase over the previous year.

Detective Conan: Zero’s Executioner

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This is the 22nd film in the theatrical series released in 2018, and the story focuses on Moruro.
It depicted the story of Kogoro being arrested as a suspect in a bombing case and Conan’s efforts to prove his innocence.
The theme song is “Zero -ZERO-” by Fukuyama Masaharu.

The Phantom Thief Kid is often portrayed as the enemy of Conan in movies, but in this movie, the composition is based on Amuro standing in front of him as an enemy.
Even before the film was released, Omuro was one of the most popular characters in the film, but his popularity exploded with this film.
His centripetal force has increased the number of female fans, and the box office has jumped over 7 billion and 8 billion to a threatening 9.18 billion It marked the third highest grossing film of the year in 2018.

Detective Conan: Fist in the Dark Blue

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This is the 23rd film in the theatrical series, released in 2019.
It focuses on a murder in Singapore, a confrontation between the Kid, a thief who is after the world’s largest blue sapphire, the Kongo Blue Fist, and Makoto Kyogoku, Sonoko’s boyfriend, who makes his first appearance in the film version.
Sonoko’s appearance with her hair down has become a hot topic.

The theme song is “BLUE SAPPHIRE” by Mr. Hiroaki Nobusaka.
It was a mega-hit at the box office, earning 9.37 billion yen more than the previous year.

Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet

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This is the 24th in the theatrical series, which is scheduled to be released in 2020.
It seems that this will be the first story to focus on Akai since “Pure Black Nightmare”.
It takes place in Nagoya, where the world’s first “vacuum superconducting linear beamer” with a maximum speed of 1,000 km/h will appear.

The theme song is “Eternal Absence Proof” by Tokyo Jihen.

summary

After all these years, it’s amazing how many theatrical Conan has racked up, and it’s still growing in audience numbers!
The day is coming when it will eventually hit the 10 billion dollar mark!

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