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* In the anime, the hearing aid is discovered by the forensics, then it is brought to the crime scene by Chiba. In the manga, the hearing aid was still on the crime scene, it was discovered by Takagi after he stepped on it.
 
* In the anime, the hearing aid is discovered by the forensics, then it is brought to the crime scene by Chiba. In the manga, the hearing aid was still on the crime scene, it was discovered by Takagi after he stepped on it.
 
* In the manga, after Conan instructed Takagi to flip back the trays, he asked Takagi about the bloodstain in one of the boxes. In the anime, he asks Chiba instead.
 
* In the manga, after Conan instructed Takagi to flip back the trays, he asked Takagi about the bloodstain in one of the boxes. In the anime, he asks Chiba instead.
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=== [[Momiji Ooka's Challenge]] (Episode 1024-1025) / [[Volume 98#Lover Code Case|Lover Code Case]] (File 1039-1042) ===
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* In the first scene, Momiji drinks tea with a cup plate on her lap. However, the cup plate was removed in the anime.
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* In the manga, Ran came home and went to the detective agency, with Kogoro sleeping there. She was also in the detective agency when Conan came home. In the anime, she directly goes to her room and is in the living room when Conan comes home.
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* A scene where Iori is looking at his hand clock is shown, which wasn't in the manga.
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* In the manga, the cars used by the group to go to the warehouse are white. While in the anime, they are black.
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* In the last scene of Part 1, Momiji is shown hiding behind Iori's left side. The manga showed her hiding behind his right side.
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* The scene at the beginning where the Detective Boys are at Agasa's house is slightly changed. The videogame they play, which features [[Yaiba Kurogane]] and [[Sayaka Mine]] in the manga, is changed to two different characters.
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* In the manga, after Conan explains the possibility that the culprit might hide before the other people come, Kazuha and Ran praised him. Conan then pretend that it was from Shinichi, with Hattori swearing in his thought. This scene is removed in the anime.
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* A few dialogues of Heiji, Kazuha, and Ran are cut in the anime.
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* When Momiji asks Takagi to check if the body has a burn mark, he goes to the body to check his palm. In the manga, Takagi was still near the body and directly checks the body's palm.
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* After saying he spilled lemon juice, Conan later corrects that he only spilled water, not lemon juice on the culprit's hand. This dialogue is not in the manga.
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* Kohji Haneda's hand is not shown in the manga. The anime shows his hand but does not show his palm bruise.
 
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Revision as of 08:30, 10 November 2021


Season 1 - Episodes 1-28

Season 2 - Episodes 29-54

Season 3 - Episodes 55-82

Season 4 - Episodes 83-106

Season 5 - Episodes 107-134

Season 6 - Episodes 135-162

Season 7 - Episodes 163-193

Season 8 - Episodes 194-216

Season 9 - Episodes 217-254

Season 10 - Episodes 255-285

Season 11 - Episodes 286-315

Season 12 - Episodes 316-353

Season 13 - Episodes 354-389

Season 14 - Episodes 390-426

Season 15 - Episodes 427-465

Season 16 - Episodes 466-490

Season 17 - Episodes 491-527

Season 18 - Episodes 528-565

Season 19 - Episodes 566-605

Season 20 - Episodes 606-645

Season 21 - Episodes 646-680

Season 22 - Episodes 681-723

Season 23 - Episodes 724-739

Season 24 - Episode 740-778

Season 25 - Episode 779-817

Season 26 - Episode 818-856

Season 27 - Episode 857-897

Season 28 - Episode 898-926

Season 29 - Episode 927-Current

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