What You Need to Know:
- This is wonderful news for all of you Detective Conan fans, as TMS Entertainment Co., Ltd. announced that Detective Conan: Zero Enforcer, the 22nd installment in the Detective Conan series, will make its way to theatres nationwide Friday April 13th in Japan!
- The previous 21st movie in the series, Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter, has recorded the highest box office revenue of the series so far, earning 6.89 billion yen in Japan and has become the top earning Japanese movie of 2017. Advanced tickets have already been selling rather quickly since March 3rd, with over 170,000 tickets sold! With more momentum going into the new film, it seems certain that Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer is going to be a major hit!
Source: Official Press Release
A newly built facility in Tokyo Bay called "Edge of Ocean" will be the site of the Tokyo Summit. On May 1st, the summit was held with 22,000 police officers on site premises, but a massive explosion hits this enormous facility! The incident bears the hallmarks of Toru Amuro, a member of the Security Bureau of the National Police Agency, the agency in charge of Public Safety Police across the country, as ‘Zero’. Conan can't help but be suspicious of a previous bombing incident and Amuro’s mysterious secretive behavior. At this point, fingerprints are found on evidence at the crime scene that match those of Ran’s father, Kogoro Mori! Could this be some kind of conspiracy? Conan and Amuro begin to clash over the arrest of Kogoro.
Is Toru Amuro a friend or foe?