|Japanese name:||服部 平蔵 |
|English name:||Martin Hartwell|
|Relatives:||Heiji Hattori (son) |
Shizuka Hattori (wife)
Mr. Hattori (father)
|Occupation:||Osaka Prefectural Police Superintendent Supervisor|
|First appearance:||Manga: File 93 |
Anime: Episode 48
|Keyhole number:||Volume 15|
|Japanese voice:||Takehiro Koyama (episodes 77-712) |
Kazuhiro Yamaji (starting movie 21)
|English voice:||Andrew T. Chandler (FUNimation) |
Rick Zieff (Bang Zoom!)
Heizo Hattori (服部 平蔵 Hattori Heizō), known in the Funimation dub as Martin Hartwell, is a character in the manga and anime franchise Detective Conan.
- 1 Background
- 2 Personality
- 3 Skills
- 4 Appellations
- 5 Plot overview
- 5.1 Great Detective of the West (Manga: 93, Anime: 48)
- 5.2 Bond of Fire Case (Manga: 150, Anime: 77)
- 5.3 Stabbed Wallet Case (Manga: 185, Anime: 118)
- 5.4 Cruise Ship Murder Case (Manga: 227, Anime: 174)
- 5.5 Tiger Scroll Case (Manga: 317, 319-321, Anime: 263)
- 5.6 Yuki-Onna Murder Case (Manga: 519, 521-522, Anime: 490)
- 5.7 Unexpected Murder (Manga: 833, Anime: 711)
- 5.8 Vampire's Mansion (Manga: 834, Anime: 712)
- 6 Non-canon plot overview
- 7 Relationships analysis
- 8 Name origin
- 9 Quotes
- 10 Gallery
- 11 In other languages
- 12 See also
- 13 References
Heizo Hattori is the father of Heiji Hattori, the husband of Shizuka Hattori and the highest ranking officer in the Osaka Prefectural Police Headquarters, as Superintendent Supervisor. He is close to Goro Otaki and Ginshiro Toyama, and it is due to his friendship with the latter that Heiji was able to meet Toyama's daughter Kazuha. He respects Sleeping Kogoro and does not seem to have noticed Conan's extraordinary abilities, perhaps because they have only met a handful of times.
Heizo is very serious (especially when he is at work) and quite cold. However, he does have a softer side, and he cares about his family members and friends.
Heizo possesses superb observation skills, and his intelligence and dedication skills are also excellent, as, in every case (2 cases so far) with his personal involvement, he manages to correctly deduce the culprit. In the Tiger Scroll Case, he also devises a plan to bait the culprit and his henchmen out, and in the Yuki-Onna Murder Case he solves the case without even being at the murder scene and as quickly as Yusaku Kudo. His police rank implies that he knows the art of managing people, and gives him command of many of the police officers of Osaka.
Heizo is additionally a practitioner of Kendo.
In most cases where he appears, Heizo only plays a minor role.
Megure mentions that Heiji's father is called Heizo.
Heizo appears at the beginning of the case only; Dosan Nagato, a friend of his, introduces him to Kogoro, Ran and Conan. Since Heizo has work to do in Osaka, he sets off before long, leaving his son (whom he praises as having sharp observation skills) with Kogoro in Nagato's mansion.
Again, Heizo only appears at the beginning. He is seen talking about the serial murder case with Ginshiro Toyama: since it appears to be indiscriminate, he warns that if the culprit is not caught soon, mass hysteria might occur. Toyama understands what the police are facing as well, and promises to act carefully.
Toji Samezaki mentions that Heizo and him became friends through kendo and that Heizo would always beat him with ease in kendo matches.
Tiger Scroll Case (Manga: 317, 319-321, Anime: 263)
Yuki-Onna Murder Case (Manga: 519, 521-522, Anime: 490)
Heizo solves the case just from what Shizuka told him over the phone. Later on, he gives a hint to Heiji to enlighten his son and allow him to solve the case as well.
In an exceptional move, Heizo calls Otaki and requests him to investigate a case. Otaki asks what the case is about, and Heizo ominously asks whether Otaki believes that vampires exist.
Otaki, while on the way to Vampire's Mansion, recalls that when Heizo called him, he advised him to take caution and not let vampires suck up his blood.
Non-canon plot overview
The Private Eyes' Requiem (Movie: 10)
The Black Organization...Revealed (Special Manga: 402, Anime: TBD)
The Lost Ship in the Sky (Movie: 14)
Private Eye in the Distant Sea (Movie: 17)
The Crimson Love Letter (Movie: 21)
Kaiju Gomera vs. Kamen Yaiba (Anime: 965-968)
They appear to have a good relationship. Shizuka is not intimidated by his fierce personality, and he seems to listen to her.
Heizo is proud of his son and seemingly supportive of his aspirations to be a detective. He also knows Heiji very well, which is why he successfully turns Heiji into a bait in the Tiger Scroll Case (this does not mean that Heiji's safety is not important to Heizo; on the contrary, he does not hesitate to place himself between Heiji and the culprit and his several dozen henchmen in order to protect the former in the same case). Heiji, for his part, does not seem to care what his father thinks of him, and addresses him very informally even when they are before a lot of people.
His surname stems from Inspector Hattori, a police officer who often cooperates with Detective Shunsaku Kudo of the TV drama Detective Tales, while "Heizo" Hasegawa is the main protagonist of Onihei Hanakacho.
|“||He's just getting in the way! The spoiled brat lets all this nonsense about "high school detectives" go to his head. He's disturbing the body and the crime scene to feed his own ego. He's just a liability to preserving the evidence. Just now, two people died right under his nose while he couldn't do a thing to stop it. He figured the police had established a perimeter so nothing would happen.||„|
— Heizo giving some "tough love" to his son.
In other languages
- ^ Manga volume 10, file 93; anime episode 77.