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Case Closed

Case Closed

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Case Closed
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Cover of Case Closed tankōbon volume 36, featuring Conan Edogawa.
名探偵コナン
(Meitantei Konan)
Genre Mysterythriller[1]
Manga
Written by Gosho Aoyama
Published by Shogakukan
English publisher
Shogakukan Asia (as Detective Conan)
Imprint Shōnen Sunday Comics
Magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday
Demographic Shōnen
Original run January 19, 1994 – present
Volumes 98 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed by
  • Kenji Kodama
  • (#1–118)
  • Yasuichiro Yamamoto
  • (#119–332, #667–currently)
  • Masato Satō
  • (#333–504)
  • Kōjin Ochi
  • (#505–666)
  • Nobuharu Kamanaka
  • (#975–currently)
Produced by
  • Michihiko Suwa
  • Masahito Yoshioka
Written by Jun'ichi Ii'oka (story editor)
Music by Katsuo Ōno
Studio TMS Entertainment
Licensed by
Hanabee Entertainment
Original network NNS (ytv)
English network
Original run January 8, 1996 – present
Episodes 984 (List of episodes)
Related media
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Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan (Japanese名探偵コナンHepburnMeitantei Konan), is a Japanese detective manga series written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama. It has been serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday since January 1994, and has been collected into 98 tankōbon volumes as of April 2020. Due to legal problems with the name Detective Conan, the English language releases from Funimation and Viz were renamed to Case Closed. The story follows the high school detective Shinichi Kudo (renamed as Jimmy Kudo in the English translation) who was transformed into a child while investigating a mysterious organization and solves a multitude of cases while impersonating his childhood best friend's father and other characters.

The series received an anime adaptation by Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and TMS Entertainment, which premiered in January 1996. The anime resulted in animated feature filmsoriginal video animationsvideo gamesaudio disc releases and live action episodesFunimation licensed the anime series for North American broadcast in 2003 under the name Case Closed with the characters given Americanized names. The anime premiered on Adult Swim but was discontinued due to low ratings. In March 2013, Funimation began streaming their licensed episodes of Case ClosedCrunchyroll simulcast them in 2014. Funimation also localized the first six Case Closed films, while Discotek Media localized the Lupin III crossover special and its film sequel. Meanwhile, the manga was localized by Viz Media, which used Funimation's changed title and character names. Shogakukan Asia made its own English language localized version of the manga which used the original title and Japanese names.

The tankōbon volumes of the manga have sold over 230 million copies worldwide, making it the fifth-best-selling manga series. In 2001, the manga was awarded the 46th Shogakukan Manga Award in the shōnen category. The anime adaptation has been well received and ranked in the top twenty in Animage's polls between 1996 and 2001. In the Japanese anime television ranking, Case Closed episodes ranked in the top six on a weekly basis. Both the manga and the anime have had positive response from critics for their plot and cases. The manga has been sold in 25 countries, while the anime has been broadcast in 40 countries.

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