Magic Kaito Organization

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"Magic Kaito Organization"

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Japanese name: No official name
English name: No official name
Boss: Magic Kaito Boss
Active Members: Snake
Magic Kaito Sub-boss
Spider (MK Special only)
Rose (OVA 4 only)
Deceased Members:
Former Members:
Undercover Agents:
Extended Canon Agents:
Statistics
First appearance: Manga: MK Chapter 18
Anime: Episode 5
Appearances: Magic Kaito: 4
Specials: 6
OVAs: 1
"Magic Kaito Organization" is a fan created nickname used to distinguish this organization from the Black Organization that appears in Detective Conan.

This unnamed organization is the primary antagonist in Magic Kaito. The organization's goal is to acquire the Pandora gem that grants immortality when a certain comet passes overhead.

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[edit] Members

  • Snake is a codenamed member of the Magic Kaito Organization. He killed Toichi Kuroba and is currently searching for Pandora.
  • The boss is highest ranking member of the Magic Kaito Organization so far. He was mentioned to exist in the manga[1], and has appeared in shadow in the anime. His anime email address is "exmxxx@nexus.com".[2]
  • The unnamed sub-boss is Snake's superior and reports directly to the boss. He was initially outmatched by Kaitou Kid after inadvertently revealing the goal of the Magic Kaito Organization within earshot. His anime email address is "spmashine@pwasoft.com"
  • Spider is a non-canon stage magician operating under the name of Gunter Von Goldberg II, he is considered "The Best Illusionist in the World". He is an anime only character, the boss of the Magic Kaito Organization ordered the sub-boss to contact him after Kaitou Kid ruined the Blue Birthday heist.
  • Rose is a non-canon woman who worked with Snake to steal the crystal mother. She aspires to become known as the number one sniper.

[edit] Structure and Rank

The Magic Kaito Organization has been shown to have at least four distinct ranks. The highest is the unmentioned boss, referred to with deference by lower level members as "that person". A sub-boss who reports directly to "that person" is next down in seniority. Sub-bosses can order around code-named agents. Codenamed agents like Snake report directly to a sub-boss and so far are only told partial information about the goal of the Magic Kaito Organization. Codenamed agents in turn manage a small squad of low level agents who wear near identical beige trenchcoats and matching fedoras.

Boss
Magic Kaito Boss 60px.jpg Magic Kaito Boss
Sub-boss
Magic Kaito Sub-boss 60px.jpg Magic Kaito Sub-boss
Codenamed Agents
Snake 60px.jpg Snake
Spider 60px.jpg Spider
Rose 60px.jpg Rose
Low level agents
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The highest ranking member of the Magic Kaito Organization after finishing a conversation with the sub-boss via video chat.
Snake and a group of generic lackies in the background.

[edit] Goal

The Pandora gem

So far the the only known goal of the Magic Kaito Organization is to find Pandora, the gem which grants eternal life to the one who drinks its tears when Volley comet passes over. It is unknown what the Magic Kaito Organization intends to do with Pandora, or whether finding Pandora is their only goal rather than one facet of a larger plan.

[edit] Modus operandi

A posh traditional Japanese estate serving as a hideout.

The Magic Kaito Organization steals "big jewels" they think might be Pandora and return them to the sub-boss to be checked against the light of the moon. For some missions, the group acts in large numbers with a codenamed agent like Snake leading a group of many minor operatives. Other times codenamed agents work together without backup, as Snake and Rose were shown to do. Except for the sub-boss, all codenamed agents and their lackeys are shown to be armed at all times. So far, they do not seem to be concerned with silencers.

The Magic Kaito Organization is clearly very rich, shown by them using an expansive traditional Japanese home with escape tunnel as a hideout.

[edit] Target Jewels

So far the Magic Kaito Organization has only targeted jewels of superlative size, typically the most massive in a particular category. Presumably they figure that the gem must be exceptionally large in order to hide the doublet Pandora within it.

[edit] Plot Timeline

[edit] History

Eight years before the current timeline, famous magician Toichi Kuroba, who was Kaitou Kid at the time, was murdered by Snake a the orders of the Organization in a fake magic accident. Toichi was killed because he targeted the same gem as the Magic Kaito Organization.[3]

[edit] Current events

[edit] The Fated Blue Birthday

Snake's boss holding Blue Birthday with the police transmitter.

Both Kaito Kuroba and the Magic Kaito Organization decide to target the Blue Birthday sapphire. Snake waits for Kaitou Kid on a roof and confronts the thief who he believes to be Toichi Kuroba. Snake reveals himself to be the one who killed Toichi Kuroba eight years before the events of Magic Kaito, making the death look like a stage accident.

Snake shoots Kid and takes possession of what he thinks is the Blue Birthday, but Kid survived thanks to putting the real Blue Birthday gem in his breast pocket. Snake goes to an old-fashioned mansion on the edge of the city, where a mysterious balding man with a mustache praises Snake's work, saying "This jewel could be the one he is searching for." The man then went on to explain what the Pandora Gem is: a jewel hidden within a larger jewel that can be identified because it glows red under the moonlight and will, at the time of a comet, "cry tears of immortality". Kid reveals himself to the two men, and vows to find Pandora before they do and "smash it to bits."[4]

[edit] Green Dream

Kid notes that suspicious men in gray coats are now present at all Kaitou Kid heists.

[edit] The Crystal Mother

[edit] Red Tear

Kaitou Kid continues to look for the Pandora gem, this time pursuing the blue ruby known as the "Red Tear," owned by a family of British magicians known as the Hoppers. Kaito suspects that Snake believes the gem has a good chance of being the Pandora Gem. However, since Kaito's father Toichi was trained by James Hopper, grandfather of the current magician Jody Hopper, Kaito knew that the gem was actually a sort of photo album which, when illuminated, projected images of the Hopper family onto the walls.

When Snake arrived to steal the Red Tear, he had one of his men dress as the Kaitou Kid while he himself went backstage and non-fatally shot many in the magician troupe in an attempt to get Jody to turn the gem over to him. He was about to shoot Jody but Kaito saved her life, then led Snake on a chase which ended in the latter falling out a window. Snake landed safely on an adjacent roof and presumably fled.

[edit] Relation to the Black Organization from Detective Conan

For a long time, it was unknown if the Magic Kaito's unnamed organization and Detective Conan's Black Organization are the same organization, partners, or entirely unrelated to one another. Theories for or against their connection have been presented by fans.

This question was finally settled when Gosho Aoyama was asked at the 2016 Singapore Writer's Festival, whether the two were the same, to which Gosho answered, that the Black Organization and the Magic Kaito Organization are not the same and completely different organizations[5].

[edit] Arguments for

  • They are both mysterious well structured organizations that use codenames, making their assassinations seem like accidents and leaving no evidence.
  • Their bosses are referred to as "that person" (Ano kata).
  • They both are potentially interested in obtaining immortality. The Magic Kaito Organization is looking for Pandora for the purposes of immortality. One of the most common theories is that Black Organization is working on APTX 4869 in order to achieve immortality.
  • Snake could be short for snake wine. The anime-only character Rose may be a reference to rose wine, and the other anime-only character Spider was drinking some sort of alcohol from a bottle called 'spider'.
  • Toichi Kuroba taught Sharon Vineyard the finer art of disguise.

[edit] Arguments against

  • Their codename schemes are different. The member of the Magic Kaito organization that claimed responsibility for killing Toichi eight years ago is referred to as "Snake"[6], a nickname that doesn't fit in with the codenames of the Black Organization, suggesting they are two separate groups. The codename could be made to fit if Snake refers to snake wine, but because Kaitou Kid's origins have yet to be reexplained within the Detective Conan story, this is only speculation. Additionally a new member introduced in the anime by the name of Spider once again doesn't fit with the Black Organization's alcohol codenames.
  • The Magic Kaito Organization uses much less subtle methods than the Black Organization. Snake confronts his targets openly while making no effort to hide face or eliminate those who saw him afterwards. He does not bother to silence his gun either.
  • In the anime, the members of the Magic Kaito Organization are not shown to wear black outfits, as the Black Organization tends to do.
  • The Magic Kaito Organization is looking for a magical gem called Pandora. The magical nature of Magic Kaito and its organization's search does not mesh with the non-magical setting of Detective Conan. Also it is absolutely never shown nor hinted that the Black Organization is hunting for some sort of jewelry.

[edit] Manga to anime differences

[edit] Trivia

[edit] See also

[edit] References

  1. ^ Magic Kaito Volume 3: Blue Birthday, pg 19
  2. ^ Magic Kaito Episode 7: "The Splendid Rivals"
  3. ^ Magic Kaito episode 5
  4. ^ Aoyama, Gosho. "Chapter 6" (in Japanese). Magic Kaito. 3. Shogakukan.  ("Blue Birthday")
  5. ^ http://conan-4869.net/post-29331/3
    Q31: 私は怪盗キッドのファンです。もっと怪盗キッドを出して欲しい。コナンに出てくる黒の組織と、マジック快斗に出てくる組織は同じですか?
    A: 違います。まったく違う組織。
    Q: I'm a fan of Kaitou Kid. Please let him appear more. Are the Black Organization in Conan and the Organization in Magic Kaito the same?
    A: They aren't the same. They are completely different organizations.
  6. ^ Aoyama, Gosho (1994-10-15). "Blue Birthday" (in Japanese). Magic Kaito. 3. Tokyo: Shogakukan. p. 140. ISBN 4-09-122093-5. 
Magic Kaito Organization
High Ranking Magic Kaito BossMagic Kaito Sub-boss
Other Agents SnakeSpider (TV special only) • Rose (OVA only)
Related Articles Pandora Gem
Magic Kaito
Main Characters Kaito KurobaKaitou KidAoko NakamoriGinzo NakamoriAkako KoizumiSaguru Hakuba
Secondary Characters Toichi KurobaChikage KurobaKonosuke JiiKeiko MomoiSnakeRose (OVA only) • Spider (TV specials only) • List of minor Magic Kaito characters
Manga Magic Kaito Volume 1-5Volume 1Volume 2Volume 3Volume 4Volume 5Magic Kaito Chapters not yet included in a Volume
OVA adaptations Conan vs. Kid vs. Yaiba - The Grand Battle for the Treasure Sword!!Conan, Kid, and the Crystal Mother
Magic Kaito: Kid the Phantom Thief specials The Revived Phantom ThiefKaitou Kid's Busy DateThe Princess Prefers MagicA Witch Sheds No TearsThe Fated Blue BirthdayLove on the Ski Slope on Christmas EveThe Splendid RivalsThe Secret of the Red TearThe Witch, the Detective, and the Phantom ThiefThe Reminiscent Golden EyeThe Tearful Crystal MotherTears of Love for the Dark Knight
Magic Kaito 1412 Season 1
Crossovers The Gathering of the Detectives! Shinichi Kudo vs. Kaitou Kid (DC anime only)
Related Articles List of characters who know Kaitou Kid's identityKaitou Kid's GadgetsMagic Kaito OrganizationPandora GemNonchalant Lupin