Critically-acclaimed problem-solving anime “Detective Conan,” also known as “Case Closed,” goes on with its tradition of replacing opening themes following significant in-series arcs. 

The latest opening theme to be featured in its collection of clean openings is “Raise Insight,” performed by the Japanese rock band WANDS. 

“Detective Conan” airs weekly in Japan every Saturday, while Crunchyroll streams the episodes soon after. 

The anime tells the story of Shinichi Kudo, the son of a world-renowned mystery writer, who has achieved his notoriety by assisting the local police as a student detective. He has always been able to solve the most complex of criminal cases with his wits and reasoning. 

Meanwhile, over the past few days, new key visuals have been unveiled promoting the upcoming anime movie titled “Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine.” The latest feature-length installment in the “Detective Conan” franchise, the film is slated to premiere in Japanese theaters this April 14th. 

In the new key visuals, there are the “Black Side” visuals that highlight various members of the villainous Black Organization, together with Ai Haibara. 

Then, there are also the “Conan Side” visuals that showcase Conan Edogawa and his friends and the members of the FBI.

The upcoming movie follows Conan and the Detective Boys, invited to Hachijojima Island by Sonoko Suzuki. Nearby the island where they are doing whale watching, an ocean facility known as the Pacific Buoy is testing a new technology that makes use of facial recognition. 

Suddenly, Subaru Okiya informs Conan that a Europol member has been assassinated in Germany. Conan then speaks into the Pacific Buoy and finds out that the Black Organization kidnapped an engineer with a vital USB. Meanwhile, an impending threat is threatening the safety of Ai Haibara.

Yuzuru Tachikawa is directing this movie, with Takeharu Sakurai writing the script and Yuugo Kanno composing the music. 

Tachikawa has worked before with “Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer” and “Mob Psycho 100” Season 3. Meanwhile, Sakurai has worked with “Detective Conan: The Crimson Bullet,” and Kanno has previously worked with “Detective Conan: The Bride of Halloween.” 

TMS Entertainment is taking charge of the animation production. 

“Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine” is running as the 26th overall film in the “Detective Conan” franchise. Gosho Aoyama’s original manga was first serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shounen Sunday magazine in 1994. A total of 102 tankoubon volumes have been released as of September 2022. VIZ Media is in charge of the manga’s release in English as “Case Closed.”

This mange has also been the inspiration for the long-running television anime series from TMS Entertainment since 1996. A compilation film titled “Detective Conan: Ai Haibara Monogatari – Kurotetsu no Mystery Train” was launched in Japan last January 2023. The setting is prior to “Kurogane no Submarine’s” events.

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