Detective Conan in Thailand

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Detective Conan in Thailand

Detective Conan Thailand logo.jpg

Language: Thai
Continents: Asia
No. of Episodes: 1079
Dubbed by: Current: Dream Express (DEX)
Past: TIGA, Modern Nine, True Visions
No. of Volumes: 102
No. of Magic Kaito Volumes: 5
Published by: Vibulkij Publishing Group

Detective Conan was officially known in Thailand as "ยอดนักสืบจิ๋วโคนัน" (lit. "Great Little Detective Conan") and received a lot of positive receptions. The manga, anime, and movies from the series continue to be localized and released in Thailand as of today.


Thai version of the manga volume 1

The manga is published in Thailand by Vibulkij Comics. Originally, the manga was flipped to be reading from left to right. Later volumes, including reprint of older volumes with updated front covers, retain the reading style from right to left.

As of now. Vibulkij has published 103 volumes of the manga.

Beginning in November 2022, Vibulkij started publishing individual chapters ahead of the volume releases, to an e-book hosting service called Meb. Starting with chapter 1081.

Outside of the main series, Vibulkij also published the first 22 volumes of Detective Conan Special, certain compilations manga like Romance Selection and Conan Vs. Kaito Kid, and other related manga. Including Magic Kaito, Hanzawa the Criminal, Zero's Tea Time, and Wild Police Story spin-offs.


The Thai version of the anime is based on the international version. Thus the episode numbers is also following the international numbers, did not contain the Next Conan's Hint segment up until episode 1029. And having all special episodes cuts to into multiple parts to fit in a 30 minutes time slot.

There have been a number of Thai dubs produced in the past. Currently, there is only one ongoing Thai dub. Originally produced and distributed by TIGA Co., Ltd. Dream Express (DEX) Co., Ltd. would latee take over the dub production since episode 1039, with supervision from TMS.


Currently, 1079 episodes have been localized and released. The episodes were group into seasons (refer as "Year" in Thai language) different from the Japanese DVD seasons, as follow:

  • Season 1: Episode 1-43
  • Season 2: Episode 44-85
  • Season 3: Episode 86-131
  • Season 4: Episode 132-179
  • Season 5: Episode 180-227
  • Season 6: Episode 228-276
  • Season 7: Episode 277-324
  • Season 8: Episode 325-370
  • Season 9: Episode 371-420
  • Season 10: Episode 421-467
  • Season 11: Episode 468-514
  • Season 12: Episode 515-562
  • Season 13: Episode 563-615
  • Season 14: Episode 616-666
  • Season 15: Episode 667-719
  • Season 16: Episode 720-771
  • Season 17: Episode 772-821
  • Season 18: Episode 822-874
  • Season 19: Episode 875-926
  • Season 20: Episode 927-976
  • Season 21: Episode 977-1028
  • Season 22: Episode 1029-1079 (including the last episode of Wild Police Story)

Television airings

In 1999, Modern Nine aired the first episode of Detective Conan, broadcast during 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM (Now 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM) as a part of weekend cartoon program called "Modern 9 Cartoon" and began airing more episodes since then. Currently, the channel has finished airing season 16 as of March 2020. And occasionally aired a selection of episodes for holiday program.

In 2002. True Vision began airing the anime on True Spark Kids channel, (Formerly known as True Spark and True Spark Jump respectively.) starting with season 3. Originally, they are producing their own dub for airing. Before switching to the TIGA dub. Currently, they are airing episodes from season 22 (1029-1079), every weekends at 8:00 PM.

In 2009. Cartoon Club channel has began airing the anime staring with season 1, using the TIGA dub. Currently they're airing episodes from season 10 and 11 as a half-hour episodes, or as a part of a hour-long program called "The Detective Hour"

On June 28, 2021. Channel 7 announced that Detective Conan will be a part of their new cartoon program called "Hit Cartoon on Weekends". Starting with episode 903 on July 4, 2021, airing every Sunday at 7:30 AM. Unlike Modern Nine, they are using the TIGA dub. But this airing was licensed to Dream Express [DEX] Co., Ltd. instead.


Volume 1 VCD of the anime.

The distribution right to physical format was originally given to Video Square, before TIGA acquired the licenses. In 2006, TIGA began publishing the anime in VCD and DVD format.

On April 11, 2015. TIGA announced they will no longer release the anime in physical format staring with season 12. Instead opting to other formats, including online streaming services.[1] Currently, there are two online streaming services available to watch the episodes:

Platform Seasons Note
TrueID 1-22
(Episode 1-1076)
• Episode 453-666, and 806 onward use the Japanese version.
• Episode 1029 onward includes Next Conan's Hint and Joke card.
• Airings on True Spark Kids channel are also available.
IQIYI 1-21
(Episode 1-1028)
• Episode 453-666, and 806 onward use the Japanese version.


TIGA is also responsible for localized and distributed the movies in theaters, physical formats, televisions, and online streaming services. They began with distributing the early movies in VHS format to video renting stores in 2000.

Currently, physical releases are now produced in limited numbers and for pre-order only. TIGA have been localized and distributed the first 23 movies. They also distributed the Episode One special and episode 927-928 as a theatrical release.

Starting with The Scarlet Alibi, future movies and compilation movies were distributed by Japan Anime Movie and Dream Express.


Character Voice actors
Picture Name Name Notes
Conan Edogawa 60px.jpg Conan Edogawa Arunee Nantiwat TIGA (Episode 1-961, Movie 1-24)
Modern Nine
Napatsawan Watchariwong na Ayuttaya TIGA (Episode 962 and Movie 24 onward)
Nongluk Ritreung True Vision
Shinichi Kudo 60px.jpg Shinichi Kudo Pattarawut Samutnawee TIGA
Nirun Boonyarattaphan Modern Nine
Thanakrit Janklongtham Modern Nine (Replacing Nirun Boonyarattaphan)
Satcha Kannirun True Vision
Piya Prawangsook True Vision (Replace Satcha Kannirun)
Ran Mouri 60px.jpg Ran Mouri Vipada Jatuyosporn TIGA
Chantana Tarajan Modern Nine
Nattanant Thamnuwat True Vision
Kogoro Mouri 60px.jpg Kogoro Mouri Manoon Ruengchuamuen TIGA (Episode 1-467, 515-566. Movie 1-16)
Modern Nine
Nirun Boonyarattaphan Modern Nine
Thanakrit Janklongtham TIGA (Episode 468-514, 567 and Movie 17 onward)
Modern Nine
Nirut na Bangchang True Vision
Eri Kisaki 60px.jpg Eri Kisaki Arunee Nantiwat TIGA (Episode 32-902, Movie 1-24)
Napatsawan Watchariwong na Ayuttaya TIGA (Episode 962 onward)
Ai Haibara 60px.jpg Ai Haibara Vipada Jatuyosporn TIGA
Chantana Tarajan Modern Nine
Nuttaporn Booncher True Vision
Ayumi Yoshida 60px.jpg Ayumi Yoshida Sriarpha Ruennak TIGA and Modern Nine
Sansanee Tinkeeradit TIGA (Replacing Sriarpha Ruennak)
Nattanant Thamnuwat True Vision
Genta Kojima 60px.jpg Genta Kojima Pattarawut Samutnawee TIGA
Suparp Chaiwisutthikul Modern Nine
Piya Prawangsook True Vision
Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya 60px.jpg Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Pongthep Thephasadin na Ayutthaya TIGA (Season 1-8, 22 onward. Movie 1-13, 26)
Pakpoom Limmanasapaporn TIGA (Season 9-21, Movie 14-25)
Satcha Kannirun True Vision
Harit Poomdit Modern Nine
Thanakrit Janklongtham Modern Nine
Hiroshi Agasa 60px.jpg Hiroshi Agasa Pongpan Chiamchavalit TIGA (Episode 1-85, Movie 1-10)
Pakpoom Limmanasapaporn Modern Nine
TIGA (Episode 86 and Movie 11 onward)
Ittipol Mameket Modern Nine
Manoon Ruengchuamuen Modern Nine (Replacing Ittipol Mameket until season 17)
Buncha Haymabaut True Vision
Sonoko Suzuki 60px.jpg Sonoko Suzuki Arunee Nantiwat TIGA (Episode 6-961, Movie 1-24)
Modern Nine
Napatsawan Watchariwong ma Ayuttaya TIGA (Episode 962, Movie 25 onward)
Nuttaporn Booncher True Vision
Heiji Hattori 60px.jpg Heiji Hattori Kaiwan Wattanakrai TIGA (Episode 48-983, Movie 3-21)
Praphat Sintapavonkun TIGA (Episode 1024 onward)
Suparp Chaiwisutthikul Modern Nine
Thanakrit Janklongtham True Vision
Kazuha Toyama 60px.jpg Kazuha Toyama Sriarpha Ruennak Modern Nine
TIGA (Episode 118-408)
Sansanee Tinkeeradit TIGA (Episode 479 onward)
Nuttaporn Booncher True Vision
Juzo Megure 60px.jpg Juzo Megure Kaiwan Wattanakrai TIGA
Modern Nine
Praphat Sintapavonkun TIGA (Episode 1022 onward)
Narong Namasonti True Vision
Wataru Takagi 60px.jpg Wataru Takagi Pattarawut Samutnawee TIGA
Ittipol Mameket Modern Nine
Thanakrit Janklongtham Modern Nine (Replacing Ittipol Mameket)
Satcha Kannirun True Vision
Miwako Sato 60px.jpg Miwako Sato Vipada Jatuyosporn TIGA
Chantana Tarajan Modern Nine
Nuttaporn Booncher True Vision
Ninzaburo Shiratori 60px.jpg Ninzaburo Shiratori Pongthep Thephasadin na Ayutthaya TIGA (Season 1-8, Movie 1-13, 26)
Manoon Ruengchuamuen TIGA (Movie 14-16)
Pakpoom Limmanasapaporn TIGA (Movie 18 onward)
Suparp Chaiwisutthikul Modern Nine
Nattapong Theansawakit Modern Nine (Broadcast during Thailand's holiday)
Jodie Starling 60px.jpg Jodie Starling Sriarpha Ruennak Modern Nine and TIGA (Until season 15)
Sansanee Tinkeeradit TIGA (Replacing Sriarpha Ruennak)
Lucksana Wongwijitsook True Vision
James Black 60px.jpg James Black Pattarawut Samutnawee TIGA
Suparp Chaiwisutthikul Modern Nine
Shuichi Akai 60px.jpg Shuichi Akai Pakpoom Limmanasapaporn TIGA
Wittaya Pasook Modern Nine
Hidemi Hondou 60px.jpg Hidemi Hondou Arunee Nantiwat TIGA
Chantana Tarajan Modern Nine
Eisuke Hondou 60px.jpg Eisuke Hondou Pakpoom Limmanasapaporn TIGA and Modern Nine
Gin 60px.jpg Gin Kaiwan Wattanakrai TIGA
Thanakrit Janklongtham TIGA
Suparp Chaiwisutthikul Modern Nine


  • Manga logo (from volume 80)
  • Anime logo
  • First version of the movie logo
  • Second and current version of the movie logo


  • The anime was mostly refer as "Detective Conan: The Series" in marketing materials. Some early episodes even have Conan refer the anime as "Conan the Series" at the end of the next episode preview.
    • The anime was also refer as "โคนัน เจ้าหนูยอดนักสืบ" (lit. "Conan the Great Little Detective) and "นักสืบรุ่นจิ๋ว" (lit. "The Little Detective") by Modern Nine and True Spark Jump respectively. Both channels have dropped these titles in favor of the official title used by TIGA and Vibulkij. But True Spark Jump still used their title on the program listing up until season 18.
  • Originally, Season 19 was planned to air on May 4, 2020 on True Spark Jump channel. But due to COVID-19 pandemic causing voice recording setback, the airing was pushed to July 5, 2020. Two months after the original air date.

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