|Release date:||Fall 2021|
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|List of chapters • List of cases|
- 1 Cast
- 2 Gadgets
- 3 Chapters
- 3.1 Yusaku Kudo's TV Show Case
- 3.2 FBI Serial Murder Case
- 3.3 Shintoist Temple Case
- 4 Trivia
- 5 See also
- 6 References
Yusaku Kudo's TV Show Case
File 1059 - Pre-Show Briefing
File 1060 - The Show is About to Begin
FBI Serial Murder Case
File 1061 - The Bloodstained ID
A FBI agent is seen waiting for another agent, named Tony. Vodka approaches him with agent Tony’s blood-stained ID. Seeing him, he tries to flee only to be stopped by Gin, who asks him the FBI hide-out location and shoots him to death.
The Detective Boys are strolling one day, talking about the recent murders of unknown foreigners in their city. When suddenly, they hear a loud thump across an alley. Conan rushes, and notices a man fallen to death. He looks up at the building’s roof-top, from which the man fell, and spots Vodka standing there. Conan rushes towards the dead man’s body. Kir spots his presence.
Conan finds the dead agent’s ID and a strange code on his mobile phone. He rushes quickly to the Kudo Residence, only to find the FBI team hiding there. James Black gives a run down on how they have been loosing agents to the organization. Jodie explains the reason for the code, to which Conan surprises them by having solved the code easily.
File 1062 - The Trap at the Street Corner
Conan explains the method of cracking the code. The FBI appear surprised at him, for having cracked the code without any specialised tools. The code was made by a pair of the dead agents, to prove that it was undecodable. Camel suggests using the code again, but this time to lure in the BO. Having lost the agents who knew how to make the code, Jodie decides to code it herself. Camel and Mark decide to go together. Akai hands over his knit cap as a measure to hide Camel's face for his identity expose. The BO intercept this code as well. They go over their plans, but Rum interjects them.
Camel and Mark wait in a parking lot for the BO. Meanwhile, the two agents outside, scouting the place, are shot from behind. Upon learning this, Camel and Mark start to leave the parking lot, when suddenly they are shot by Gin. Meanwhile, Yusaku and Yukiko, arrive at the Mansion. Yusaku looks at the code, and remarks about Jodie’s Japanese usage, and seems to understand the situation.
File 1063 - Dramatic Pursuit in the Dark of Night
Yusaku explains how Jodie’s code tipped off the BO that it was a trap. He points out the differences in romanization used in the previous code and the current one. Meanwhile, Camel and Mark are being chased by Chianti and Korn. Camel manages to shake them off, and drops off agent Mark, who is injured, at a safe spot. Gin and Vodka get on Camel’s tail in their Porsche. Camel heads off to the Umibotaru tunnel, in an attempt to escape, but is cornered by Vermouth and Kir from the other side. Kir shoots him on his shoulder. Camel runs the car off the bridge and into the river. He manages to escape from the sinking car, and resurfaces away from the bridge. Akai advises him to swim to an shore nearby.
File 1064 - A Light in the Darkness
Camel reaches the shore of an island. Based on the brick patterns, Yusaku figures out the location to be Umizarujima island. Conan and Akai relay all the instructions to Camel on how to stay alive. Camel starts a fire to warm himself up. But it catches BO’s attention. Akai tells him to put out the fire and hide, as the BO approach the island in their cruiser. Upon arriving, Gin orders the rest to split up and search. Meanwhile, Akai, disguise as Subaru, and Conan are on their way. They get a call from Kir, who tells them that she won’t hesitate to aim for Camel’s face.
File 1065 - Hunter and Prey
Camel gathers stuff that Akai tells him to. He is about leave the café, where he is hiding, but overhears Vodka talking about Rum. He get’s spotted and barely manages to escape. He buries himself underneath the soil using the tools he gathered for his aid. Gin notices this plan and orders everyone to search, but Rum has other plans. Akai and Conan arrive at a park, with a clear view of the Umizarujima island. Upon arriving, they notice the island burning. As the BO are about to leave, they spot Camel running towards the pier. He reaches the end, and locks the gate between them. On Akai’s command, he runs towards the edge, and gets shot by Chianti in the back.
File 1066 - RUM
Camel falls into the sea. Akai gestures to Conan that the plan was a success. Gin decides to throw a grenade into the sea to ensure his death. But Akai thwarts his plans, by shooting at the grenade in mid-air. He shoots at them as well. Soon the fireboats arrive, forcing the BO to retreat.
Vermouth mentions that the agent was Camel, and shows a picture of him. Korn remembers being told by Rum, two years ago, to kill Akai and Camel on sight. He was told to keep an eye out on a warehouse, where a meeting was supposed to take place. Rum hears this, and acknowledges their effort to kill the agent and also says that they stood out too much.
Shintoist Temple Case
File 1067 - A Secret Visit to the Shrine
The news of the killings and the fire on Umizarujima island is on the news. Conan ponders on it and wonders what Akai and his father meant by Tea party. Also on what Camel overheard about Rum. Kazuha drops by to go to a love shrine in Haido along with Ran. They decide to take Conan along. Conan finds Heiji in the shrine as well, secretly waiting for his good luck charm with a mask to hide his face. Conan attaches his voice-changing bowtie to it. Kazuha and Ran end up meeting him, but mistake him to be an idol. Just then, they hear a scream, only to find out someone having fallen down the stairs. Heiji, under the disguise, declares it a murder. Takagi and Sato arrive at the crime scene. They manage to find three suspects.
File 1068 - Wanted Criminal Investigation
The victim is a assistant police detective, Hidaka Soushi, from the Wanted Criminal Investigation Squad. The three suspects are the three wanted criminals, the victim was after. Tsurumi Shamoto, a shop-lifter, was caught by the victim and hand-cuffed to a pole. Torahiko Kawano, a hit and run driver, was indulged in a fight at the shrine’s entrance. Kyouma Jinnai, a marriage fraud perpetrator, was looking for his lost wallet. The three suspects are connected to each other via the crimes committed. Conan and Heiji, get the grasp on the case, when they hear a sound of something falling on a snow.
File 1069 - Snowman
Settings featured in this volume:
- Chiba Prefecture (mentioned)
- Kanagawa Prefecture
- Tokyo Bay
- Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line between Chiba and Kanagawa (first appearance)
- Umihotaru (as "Umibotaru") (first appearance)
- Umizarujima (first appearance)
- Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line between Chiba and Kanagawa (first appearance)
The Haido Shrine appearing from File 1067 onwards is based on the Shibuya Hikawa Shrine, which in real life is located in the Higashi district of Shibuya in Tokyo. Gosho Aoyama personally visited the place to shoot the reference photos.
The Namikaze Park (なみかぜ公園, "Wave Wind Park") Subaru Okiya and Conan Edogawa to help Andre Camel is modeled after the real Umikaze Park (うみかぜ公園, "Sea Wind Park").
Umibotaru, the place Andre Camel gets confronted with the Black Organization on, is directly based on Umihotaru, an artificial island on the Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line, which connects the Chiba and Kanagawa Prefectures. Umihotaru connects an underwater tunnel and a bridge, offering parking space for people crossing the Aqua-Line.
Umizarujima ("Sea Monkey Island") is based on Sarushima ("Monkey Island"), an actual island inside Tokyo Bay, also located off the coast of Kanagawa Prefecture and used as an artillery battery in the past, like Yusaku Kudo explained. There also actually was a fire on the real island a while ago, similar to the one in the manga, destroying several of the facilities at the beach.
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