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The cover of the first volume released in Japan by Shogakukan on June 18, 1994.

The Detective Conan manga was first serialized in the fifth issue of Shōnen Sunday in 1994, written and drawn by Gosho Aoyama, and has appeared there since. The first tankoubon was also published by Shogakukan in 1994; it has spanned 94 published volumes as of December 18, 2017, and continues today. The manga has been highly popular in Japan; the tankoubon has received multiple first places in bestselling lists.[1]

Viz Media publishes Case Closed manga in the United States and Canada while Gollancz published the manga in the United Kingdom using Viz Media's English translation. However, the company stopped after 15 volumes, and now Viz handles UK distribution.[2] Other than the adaption of character names used in the anime version, there is no significant change between the English translations and the Japanese versions.

You can also view the below content as Manga Listed By Case, which lists out the individual cases and their Shōnen Sunday release dates as well as Anime adaption release dates.


[edit] Chapters

[edit] Volume 1-10 - Chapters 001-100

[edit] Volume 11-20 - Chapters 101-200

[edit] Volume 21-30 - Chapters 201-306

[edit] Volume 31-40 - Chapters 307-413

[edit] Volume 41-50 - Chapters 414-521

[edit] Volume 51-60 - Chapters 522-630

[edit] Volume 61-70 - Chapters 631-740

[edit] Volume 71-80 - Chapters 741-850

[edit] Volume 81-90 - Chapters 851-959

[edit] Volume 91-100 - Chapters 960-???

[edit] Chapters not yet included in a Volume

  • File 1015: Policewomen serial murder case (女性警察官連続殺人事件 Josei keisatsukan renzoku satsujin jiken?)
  • File 1016: "No Parking" Sign (駐禁の標識 Chūkin no hyōshiki?)
  • File 1017: It's not "Mike", but... (「ミケ」じゃなくて "Mike" janakute?)
  • File 1018: In the Ice (氷中 Kōri-chū?)
  • File 1019: Replacement (入替 Irekae?)
  • File 1020: Lead Around by the Nose (翻弄 Honrō?)
  • File 1021: Deceased's Belongings (遺品 Ihin?)
  • File 1022: Substitute

[edit] Publishers

The following are Detective Conan manga publishers and their respective countries.

Country Language Publishers
Flag of Japan Japan Japanese Shogakukan
Flag of Flanders Flag of Netherlands Belgium and the Netherlands Dutch Kana
Flag of Canada Canada English Viz Media
Flag of China China Simplified Chinese Changchun Publishing House
Flag of Denmark Denmark Danish Egmont Serieforlaget
Flag of Finland Finland Finnish Egmont Kustannus
Flag of France France French Kana
Flag of Germany Germany German Egmont Manga & Anime (EMA)
Flag of Hong Kong Hong Kong Traditional Chinese Edko Publishing Ltd.
Flag of Indonesia Indonesia Indonesian Elex Media Komputindo
Flag of Italy Italy Italian Star Comics
Flag of Malaysia Malaysia Malay and Simplified Chinese Tora Aman
Flag of Norway Norway Norwegian Egmont Serieforlaget
Flag of Philippines Philippines Filipino J-line Comics & Marketing Corporation
Flag of Republic of China Republic of China (Taiwan) Traditional Chinese Chingwin Publishing Group
Flag of Singapore Singapore Simplified Chinese Chuang Yi
Flag of Singapore Singapore English Shogakukan Asia
Flag of South Korea South Korea Korean Seoul Munhwasa
Flag of Spain Flag of Catalonia Spain Spanish and Catalan (Catalan only 8 volumes) Planeta DeAgostini
Flag of Sweden Sweden Swedish Egmont Kärnan
Flag of Thailand Thailand Thai Vibulkij Comics
Flag of UK UK English Gollancz Manga, later Viz Media
Flag of US US English Viz Media
Flag of Vietnam Vietnam Vietnamese Kim Đồng Publishing House

[edit] Detective Picture Book

The Detective Picture Book, fully titled Gosho Aoyama's Detective Picture Book is a special feature in each volume of the Detective Conan manga. Each volume features information on a famous literary or film detective as well as a story recommended by Aoyama.

[edit] Detective Conan Special

Detective Conan Special manga volumes consist of short stories drawn by Gosho Aoyama's assistants. The stories found in the Special volumes hold no bearing on the plot of the main storyline.

[edit] Detective Conan Spinoff

AKB48 Satsujin Jiken Crossover/Spinoff Manga, story by Yasushi Akimoto and Gosho Aoyama, drawn by Masaki Gotou. AKB48 Murder Case is a detective manga series adapted from the all-female Japanese idol group’s “Murder Mystery” commercials for Glico’s “Ice no Mi” candy campaign. In the story, AKB48 members discover the body of fellow idol Kato Rena. Maeda Atsuko arrives at the murder scene and begins to handle the case. All 89 current members of the idol group become suspects.

Hanzawa the Criminal Detective Conan Spinoff Manga, drawn by Mayuko Kanba, staring the black-silhouetted "criminal" which appears in Detective Conan chapters to represent the culprits. The storys found in Hanzawa the Criminal hold no bearing on the main storyline

Zero's Tea Time Detective Conan Spinoff Manga featuring the daily life of the 3 face man Amuro Tooru is drawn by Arai Takahiro. The stories found in the Zero's Tea Time volumes hold no bearing on the plot of the main storyline, but can be related to it.

[edit] Magic Kaito

Magic Kaito is a shōnen manga series by Gosho Aoyama, about a thief named Kaitou Kid. Aoyama stopped work on the manga after three volumes due to the fact that he started Detective Conan, which was an instant hit. Aoyama wrote a few extra chapters for Magic Kaito which were put together and released as a 4th volume in 2007. Several more chapters were released and put together and released as a 5th volume in 2017.

[edit] Yaiba

Y∀IBA, also known as Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba, is the second manga series created by Gosho Aoyama. The story was about a young samurai and his adventures in modern day Japan. There have been numerous references to it in Detective Conan.

[edit] See also

[edit] References

  1. ^ "Japanese Comic Ranking (July 17-July 23)". Anime News Network. 2007-07-25. Retrieved on 2008-06-10. 
    "Japanese Comic Ranking (October 23-29)". Anime News Network. 2007-10-31. Retrieved on 2008-06-10. 
    "Japanese Comic Ranking (April 1-7)". Anime News Network. 2008-04-10. Retrieved on 2008-06-10. 
  2. ^ Gollancz Paperback catalogue, accessed 17 August 2008.
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