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{{nihongo|'''Kenji Kodama'''|こだま 兼嗣|Kodama Kenji}}, born December 13, 1949, is a Japanese anime director, and storyboard artist. He is best known for directing the anime '''''[[Detective Conan]]''''' and working with the anime '''''[[Lupin III]]'''''. He directed the anime from episode 1 to 118. He was later replaced by [[Yasuichiro Yamamoto]] and became chief director from episode 119 to 252. He was also the director for the first 7 movies.
 
{{nihongo|'''Kenji Kodama'''|こだま 兼嗣|Kodama Kenji}}, born December 13, 1949, is a Japanese anime director, and storyboard artist. He is best known for directing the anime '''''[[Detective Conan]]''''' and working with the anime '''''[[Lupin III]]'''''. He directed the anime from episode 1 to 118. He was later replaced by [[Yasuichiro Yamamoto]] and became chief director from episode 119 to 252. He was also the director for the first 7 movies.
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== Works in Detective Conan ==
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Participation in: '''29''' cases (35 episodes)
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* [[Roller Coaster Murder Case]] (Episode 1): Storyboard and episode director
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* [[Company President's Daughter Kidnapping Case]] (Episode 2): Storyboard
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* [[Moonlight Sonata Murder Case]] (Episode 11): Organizer and storyboard along with [[Kuchiru Kazehara]]
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* [[Luxury Liner Serial Murder Case]] (Episode 22 only): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[Kogoro's Class Reunion Murder Case]] (Episodes 27-28): Storyboard
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* [[Coffee Shop Murder Case]] (Episode 32): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[Conan Edogawa Kidnapping Case]] (Episode 43): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[Stage Actress Murder Case]] (Episode 67): Storyboard
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* [[Conan vs. Kaitou Kid]] (Episode 76): Organizer and storyboard along with [[Michiyo Sakurai]]
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* [[Distinguished Family's Consecutive Accidental Death Case]] (Episode 77 only): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[The Wandering Artist Murder Case]] (Episode 80): Storyboard
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* [[Ski Lodge Murder Case]] (Episode 85 only): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[The Crane's Return of a Favor Murder Case]] (Episode 87): Storyboard
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* [[The Historical Actor Murder Case]] (Episode 103 only): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[Detective Club Pursuit Case]] (Episode 109): Storyboard
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* [[Cooking Classroom Murder Case]] (Episode 111 only): Storyboard
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* [[Scuba Diving Murder Case]] (Episode 114 only): Storyboard
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* [[The Kamen Yaiba Murder Case]] (Episode 119): Storyboard
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* [[A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case]] (Episode 124 only): Storyboard
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* [[Metropolitan Police Detective Love Story]] (Episodes 146-147): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[Sonoko's Dangerous Summer Story]] (Episodes 153-154): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[The Legend of the Mysterious Five Storied Pagoda]] (Episodes 159-160): Storyboard
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* [[The Murder Floating in the Water Stream Restaurant]] (Episode 161): Storyboard
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* [[The Locked Room in the Sky: Shinichi Kudo's First Case]] (Episode 162): Organizer and storyboard along with [[Masato Sato]]
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* [[The Desperate Revival]] (Episode 190 only): Organizer and storyboard
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* [[The Tenth Passenger]] (Episode 201-202): Storyboard
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* [[The Entrance to the Maze: The Anger of the Colossus]] (Episode 208): Storyboard
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* [[The Nanki Shirahama Mystery Tour]] (Episode 236-237): Storyboard
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* [[The Osaka Double Mystery - The Naniwa Swordsman and Toyotomi's Castle]] (Episode 263): Organizer and storyboard
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Participation in: '''3''' openings and '''3''' endings
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* [[Mune ga Dokidoki]] (Opening 1): Storyboard and technical director
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* [[Feel Your Heart]] (Opening 2): Storyboard and technical director
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* [[Nazo]] (Opening 3): Storyboard
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* [[STEP BY STEP]] (Ending 1): Storyboard and technical director
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* [[Meikyū no Lovers]] (Ending 2): Storyboard and technical director
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* [[Hikari to Kage no Roman]] (Ending 3): Storyboard
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Participation in: '''7''' movies
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* [[The Time-Bombed Skyscraper]] (Movie 1):  Director and storyboard
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* [[The Fourteenth Target]] (Movie 2):  Director and storyboard
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* [[The Last Wizard of the Century]] (Movie 3): Director and storyboard
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* [[Captured in Her Eyes]] (Movie 4): Director and storyboard
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* [[Countdown to Heaven]] (Movie 5): Director and storyboard
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* [[The Phantom of Baker Street]] (Movie 6): Director and storyboard
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* [[Crossroad in the Ancient Capital]] (Movie 7): Director and storyboard
  
 
== Other notable works ==
 
== Other notable works ==
 
=== Anime ===
 
=== Anime ===
*''City Hunter'' series: Director
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* ''City Hunter'' series: Director
*''Crayon Shin-chan: Action Kamen vs Haigure Maô'': Inbetweener
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* ''Crayon Shin-chan: Action Kamen vs Haigure Maô'': Inbetweener
*''Flanders no Inu, Boku no Patrasche'': Director
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* ''Flanders no Inu, Boku no Patrasche'': Director
*''Lupin III: Part II'': Storyboard (4 episodes), Character design
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* ''Lupin III: Part II'': Storyboard (4 episodes), Character design
*''Sonic X'': Key animation
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* ''Sonic X'': Key animation
*''Tokyo Mew Mew'': Key animation
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* ''Tokyo Mew Mew'': Key animation
  
 
=== Non-anime ===
 
=== Non-anime ===
*''Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats'': Layout artist
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* ''Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats'': Layout artist
  
==Gallery==
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== Gallery ==
 
[[File:Kenji Kodama Japan Expo.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Kenji Kodama at Japan Expo 2010]]
 
[[File:Kenji Kodama Japan Expo.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Kenji Kodama at Japan Expo 2010]]
 
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==References==
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== References ==
 
# [[wikipedia:ja:こだま兼嗣|こだま兼嗣 - Wikipedia]] (Japanese)
 
# [[wikipedia:ja:こだま兼嗣|こだま兼嗣 - Wikipedia]] (Japanese)
 
# [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/people.php?id=3545 Kenji KODAMA (director) - Anime News Network]
 
# [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/people.php?id=3545 Kenji KODAMA (director) - Anime News Network]
  
 
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[[Category:Staff]][[Category:Directors]][[Category:Screenplay writers]][[Category:Storyboard artists]][[Category:Technical directors]]
 
[[Category:Staff]][[Category:Directors]][[Category:Screenplay writers]][[Category:Storyboard artists]][[Category:Technical directors]]

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Kenji Kodama

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Gender: Male
Date of birth: December 13, 1949

Kenji Kodama (こだま 兼嗣 Kodama Kenji?), born December 13, 1949, is a Japanese anime director, and storyboard artist. He is best known for directing the anime Detective Conan and working with the anime Lupin III. He directed the anime from episode 1 to 118. He was later replaced by Yasuichiro Yamamoto and became chief director from episode 119 to 252. He was also the director for the first 7 movies.

Works in Detective Conan[edit]

Participation in: 29 cases (35 episodes)

Participation in: 3 openings and 3 endings

Participation in: 7 movies

Other notable works[edit]

Anime[edit]

  • City Hunter series: Director
  • Crayon Shin-chan: Action Kamen vs Haigure Maô: Inbetweener
  • Flanders no Inu, Boku no Patrasche: Director
  • Lupin III: Part II: Storyboard (4 episodes), Character design
  • Sonic X: Key animation
  • Tokyo Mew Mew: Key animation

Non-anime[edit]

  • Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats: Layout artist

Gallery[edit]

Kenji Kodama at Japan Expo 2010

References[edit]

  1. こだま兼嗣 - Wikipedia (Japanese)
  2. Kenji KODAMA (director) - Anime News Network