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=== [[And Then There Were No Mermaids]] (Manga [[Volume 28|279-283]]: Anime [[And Then There Were No Mermaids|222-224]]) ===
 
* The remastered version cut a scene where Saori's letter explained that she learned about Shinichi from Yukiko Katsuragi, the young woman from the [[Diplomat Murder Case|murdered diplomat case]]. Yukiko Katsuragi grew up on the Mermaid Island.
 
 
 
=== [[The Mysterious Passenger]] (Episodes 230-231) / [[Volume 29|Bus Hijacking Case]] (Files 287-289) ===
 
=== [[The Mysterious Passenger]] (Episodes 230-231) / [[Volume 29|Bus Hijacking Case]] (Files 287-289) ===
 
* In the manga version of the jazz club scene, Vermouth never actually says the phrase "A secret makes a woman woman" out in English like she does in the anime version. Later, she propositions Gin. The anime changes the conversation to avoid the sexual references.
 
* In the manga version of the jazz club scene, Vermouth never actually says the phrase "A secret makes a woman woman" out in English like she does in the anime version. Later, she propositions Gin. The anime changes the conversation to avoid the sexual references.
 
{{quote|'''Manga Version'''<br />Vermouth: (''to Gin'') So, how about tonight? Want to make some martini?<br />Vodka: Martini?<br />Vermouth: Don't you know? It's gin and vermouth mixed.<br />Gin: Heh. Mixing black and black will only give you black.|Chapter 287 pg 5}}
 
{{quote|'''Manga Version'''<br />Vermouth: (''to Gin'') So, how about tonight? Want to make some martini?<br />Vodka: Martini?<br />Vermouth: Don't you know? It's gin and vermouth mixed.<br />Gin: Heh. Mixing black and black will only give you black.|Chapter 287 pg 5}}
 
{{quote|'''Anime Version'''<br />Vermouth: (''to Gin'') Hey, let me ask you one thing. Have you found the kitty that got away?<br />Gin: No, but I certainly will. My nose can always detect the scent of a traitor. I'll make her taste true fear... and it'll be the same for the guy she is with.|Episode 230}}
 
{{quote|'''Anime Version'''<br />Vermouth: (''to Gin'') Hey, let me ask you one thing. Have you found the kitty that got away?<br />Gin: No, but I certainly will. My nose can always detect the scent of a traitor. I'll make her taste true fear... and it'll be the same for the guy she is with.|Episode 230}}
* When Conan ran back into the bus to save Haibara, he broke the bus window with a hijacker's gun in the manga. The gunshot was replaced by a kicked fire extinguisher in the anime to reduce gun violence.</spoiler>
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* When Conan ran back into the bus to save Haibara, he broke the bus window with a hijacker's gun in the manga. The gunshot was replaced by a kicked fire extinguisher in the anime to reduce gun violence.
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=== [[The Shinkansen Transport Case]] (Episodes 240-241) / [[Volume 30|Police Escort Murder Case]] (Files 296-298) ===
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* The manga version started with Ran informing Shinichi about Ray Curtis. The anime version adds some new scenes on how the call started, along with some Kogoro and Kazuha moments, which is not in the manga.</spoiler>
  
 
== [[Season 10]] - Episodes 255-285 ==
 
== [[Season 10]] - Episodes 255-285 ==
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=== [[The Trembling Police Headquarters: 12 Million Hostages]] (Episode 304) / [[Volume 36#Serial Bomber Case|Serial Bomber Case]] (File 369-373) ===
 
=== [[The Trembling Police Headquarters: 12 Million Hostages]] (Episode 304) / [[Volume 36#Serial Bomber Case|Serial Bomber Case]] (File 369-373) ===
 
* In the manga version, not much is known about the bombing case that happened 7 years ago. Kenji Hagiwara also doesn't receive any specific character design like he does in the anime version, as he is only mentioned by name.
 
* In the manga version, not much is known about the bombing case that happened 7 years ago. Kenji Hagiwara also doesn't receive any specific character design like he does in the anime version, as he is only mentioned by name.
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* In the manga, Sato recalled Matsuda when she saw the date on her phone while checking the crime scene of [[Parade of Malice and Saint|the previous case]] with the Detective Boys. In the anime, she recalls Matsuda when she see Haido Shopping Mall ferris wheel, while the Detective Boys are riding on it. After they finish riding, they see Sato and approach her.
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* In the manga, the bombing happened on November 7 according to Matsuda's message. The anime change the date to January 6, the same as the airdate of the episode.
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:* However, there is an error in the scene when Sato want to delete the message, where the date displayed is November 7. The date was fixed in remastered version.
 
* In the manga, Takagi doesn't slap Sato to calm her down when she tries to shoot the bomber.</spoiler>
 
* In the manga, Takagi doesn't slap Sato to calm her down when she tries to shoot the bomber.</spoiler>
  
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== [[Season 13]] - Episodes 354-389 ==
 
== [[Season 13]] - Episodes 354-389 ==
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=== [[Teitan High School's Ghost Story]] (Episode 361-362) / (Chapters [[Volume 44|457]]-[[Volume 45|459]]) ===
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* The anime adds the scene in the beginning where Ran had a nightmare about seeing a ghost at the school.
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== [[Season 14]] - Episodes 390-426 ==
 
== [[Season 14]] - Episodes 390-426 ==
 
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=== [[Ran's Suspicions]] (Episode 400) / (Chapters [[Volume 47|483]]) ===
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* Because the anime only adapts one chapter from the manga, the story was expanded with the flashback scenes in the bus.
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=== [[Black Impact! The Moment the Black Organization Reaches Out]] (Episode 425) / (Chapters [[Volume 48|499]]-[[Volume 49|504]]) ===
 
=== [[Black Impact! The Moment the Black Organization Reaches Out]] (Episode 425) / (Chapters [[Volume 48|499]]-[[Volume 49|504]]) ===
 
* The scenes where Chianti and Korn are shown practicing their sniping skill with virtual targets and Vermouth observing Kiriko Busujima at the beginning of the anime episode are not from the original manga.
 
* The scenes where Chianti and Korn are shown practicing their sniping skill with virtual targets and Vermouth observing Kiriko Busujima at the beginning of the anime episode are not from the original manga.
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=== [[The Devil of the TV Station]] (Episode 488)/[[Volume 57#Make-Up Trick Case|The Devil Comes..., The Devil's Trick, and The Devil's Tears]] (Chapter 591-593) ===
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=== [[Genta's Certain Kill Shot]] (Episode 476-477)/[[Volume 55#Genta's Shoot Case|Genta's Shoot Case]] (Chapter 567-569) ===
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* In the anime, after Kanji revealed to be the culprit, he tries to run away, but Genda stops and beats him in one hit.
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=== [[The Devil of the TV Station]] (Episode 488)/[[Volume 57#Make-Up Trick Case|Make-Up Trick Case]] (Chapter 591-593) ===
 
*The anime version starts at night with Satan Onizuka being told by Tenji that his performance is canceled.
 
*The anime version starts at night with Satan Onizuka being told by Tenji that his performance is canceled.
 
*The manga version of the story takes place within the ''[[Clash of Red and Black]]'' storyline (between ''Hades'' and ''Coma'') and has a scene with Conan and Haibara debating on the relation between [[Hidemi Hondou]] and [[Eisuke Hondou|Eisuke]].  The anime version (taking place before the storyline) replaces the scene with the Detective Boys introducing themselves to real-life actresses [[Wikipedia: Waka Inoue|Waka Inoue]] and [[Wikipedia: Azusa Yamamoto|Azusa Yamamoto]].</spoiler>
 
*The manga version of the story takes place within the ''[[Clash of Red and Black]]'' storyline (between ''Hades'' and ''Coma'') and has a scene with Conan and Haibara debating on the relation between [[Hidemi Hondou]] and [[Eisuke Hondou|Eisuke]].  The anime version (taking place before the storyline) replaces the scene with the Detective Boys introducing themselves to real-life actresses [[Wikipedia: Waka Inoue|Waka Inoue]] and [[Wikipedia: Azusa Yamamoto|Azusa Yamamoto]].</spoiler>
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* In the manga, there is a scene in which a Black Organization guard is spying on Kir when she is confronted by Gin. However, in episode 502, this scene is omitted from the [[anime]].
 
* In the manga, there is a scene in which a Black Organization guard is spying on Kir when she is confronted by Gin. However, in episode 502, this scene is omitted from the [[anime]].
 
* Akai's face after he was killed by Kir was only shown once in the anime instead of twice like the manga, presumably because of the violence and blood. The two panels of Akai's face in the manga showed that Akai's head moved and his face became clean while Kir stepped away from the truck, proving that a body swap took place and Akai was really faking his death. The anime's censorship removed this clue entirely, which is especially unfortunate because it is the only truly definitive evidence that Akai's death was faked prior to Okiya revealing himself to be Akai.  
 
* Akai's face after he was killed by Kir was only shown once in the anime instead of twice like the manga, presumably because of the violence and blood. The two panels of Akai's face in the manga showed that Akai's head moved and his face became clean while Kir stepped away from the truck, proving that a body swap took place and Akai was really faking his death. The anime's censorship removed this clue entirely, which is especially unfortunate because it is the only truly definitive evidence that Akai's death was faked prior to Okiya revealing himself to be Akai.  
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=== [[Lawyer Eri Kisaki's Testimony]] (Episode 505-506)/[[Volume 59#Witness Eri Kisaki Case|Witness Eri Kisaki Case]] (Chapter 610-612) ===
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* Hasaka is black-haired in the manga.
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* The anime adds a scene in Detective Agency where Ran is asking Kogoro to pick up Eri from salon and the TV news about Nagasaku upcoming marriage at the beginning.
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* In the manga, Nagasaku's corpse is open-eyed. Also, while the police wonders who of his opponents would have had motives for killing him, Hasaka psichotically smiled, believing to never be suspected. In the anime, he's close-eyed and she manifests her psychotic behaviors later on.
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* In the manga it's revealed that Nagasaku and Hasaka were engaged since high school, as well as she has inherited the beauty salon and the scooter from her late father. It's also revealed that she has some assistants, while all of this is never specified in the anime.
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* In the anime, Nagasaku's fiancee face is seen on the TV. In the manga, her face was not shown.
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* In the manga Hasaka seems far more deranged, blaming Nagasaku's fiancee not only of making him change his hairstyle, but also of making them fight and break their amorous relationship and forcing him to marry her. In the anime she blames the fiancee only of taking him from her while they were on a break and of changing his hairstyle.
  
 
=== [[Kaitou Kid's Teleportation Magic]] (Episode 515)/[[Volume 61|Kaitou Kid and the Purple Nail]] (Chapter 631-634) ===
 
=== [[Kaitou Kid's Teleportation Magic]] (Episode 515)/[[Volume 61|Kaitou Kid and the Purple Nail]] (Chapter 631-634) ===
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=== [[Holmes' Revelation|Satan]] (Episode 616)/[[Volume 71#Following Holmes Ask Holmes|Following Holmes Ask Holmes]] (Chapter 743) ===
 
=== [[Holmes' Revelation|Satan]] (Episode 616)/[[Volume 71#Following Holmes Ask Holmes|Following Holmes Ask Holmes]] (Chapter 743) ===
* In the manga, Hades Sabara's past is elaborated on in more detail. [[Shinichi Kudo|Shinichi]] reads online that after his mother died, Hades invited the acquaintances hounding him for money to his house where he slaughtered them all. One week later, he went to the home of the friend who suggested he invest in the stock market; not only did Hades murder the entire family, but he ripped out all of their hearts. While the online source did not explain the reason behind such brutality, Shinichi speculated that his mother's serious disease could have been related to the heart. The omission is likely due to the dark nature of the crimes and the gruesome background panel accompanying the story of Sabara's past in the manga, an image which was likely too graphic for animation.
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* In the manga, when Conan accepts Diana's invitation to visit her in London, [[Azusa Enomoto]] mentions in an obviously stunned manner that Conan can speak English, an observation also made by [[Ran Mouri|Ran]]. In the anime, while still taking place in the Café Poirot, Azusa is completely omitted from the scene. Instead, Kogoro takes over her role of noticing Conan's ability to speak English. <ref>[[Holmes' Revelation#Holmes' Apprentice|Episode 616: Holmes' Apprentice]]</ref>
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* In the manga, Hades Sabara's past is elaborated on in more detail. [[Shinichi Kudo|Shinichi]] reads online that after his mother died, Hades invited the acquaintances hounding him for money to his house where he slaughtered them all. One week later, he went to the home of the friend who suggested he invest in the stock market; not only did Hades murder the entire family, but he ripped out all of their hearts. While the online source did not explain the reason behind such brutality, Shinichi speculated that his mother's serious disease could have been related to the heart. The anime only states that Sabara killed these people. The omission is likely due to the dark nature of the crimes and the gruesome background panel accompanying the story of Sabara's past in the manga, an image which was likely too graphic for animation.
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* Many dialogues during the scenes at Wimbledon was changed from English to Japanese in the anime, including the conversation between Juno, Apollo, and Ares, and Hades Sabara's monologues.
  
 
=== [[Emergency Situation 252]] (Episode 622)/ [[Volume 72#File 753 - A Person in Need of Rescue|A Person in Need of Rescue]] (File 753) ===
 
=== [[Emergency Situation 252]] (Episode 622)/ [[Volume 72#File 753 - A Person in Need of Rescue|A Person in Need of Rescue]] (File 753) ===
 
[[File:252 deleted scene 1.PNG|thumb|left|150px|The deleted earthquake scene]][[File:252 deleted scene 2.PNG|thumb|right|150px|The aftermath of the earthquake]]
 
[[File:252 deleted scene 1.PNG|thumb|left|150px|The deleted earthquake scene]][[File:252 deleted scene 2.PNG|thumb|right|150px|The aftermath of the earthquake]]
The manga version of this case featured an earthquake between the hide and seek scenes and Genta discovering the knocking. This scene was removed from the anime out of sensitivity to the recent [[Wikipedia:2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami|Tōhoku earthquake]] that occurred in March 2011. In the deleted section, Conan was the seeker and had just finished finding everyone except Genta when the earthquake struck. After recovering, they asked Genta to return to the first floor using the detective badge so they could leave in case of aftershocks. Genta was upset that the game was ending prematurely and yelled into the detective badge. Genta then heard the knocking. The Detective Boys were worried the knocking signaled someone was trapped in the building because of the earthquake, so they investigated and encountered the two workers.
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* The manga version of this case featured an earthquake between the hide and seek scenes and Genta discovering the knocking. This scene was removed from the anime out of sensitivity to the recent [[Wikipedia:2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami|Tōhoku earthquake]] that occurred in March 2011. In the deleted section, Conan was the seeker and had just finished finding everyone except Genta when the earthquake struck. After recovering, they asked Genta to return to the first floor using the detective badge so they could leave in case of aftershocks. Genta was upset that the game was ending prematurely and yelled into the detective badge. Genta then heard the knocking. The Detective Boys were worried the knocking signaled someone was trapped in the building because of the earthquake, so they investigated and encountered the two workers.
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* In the manga, Conan's bruise disappeared after some time during the kidnapping. In the anime, his bruise remains there until the end, and during the scene at Agasa's house, his bruise has been bandaged.
 
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=== [[Conan vs. Heiji, Deduction Battle Between the Detectives of the East and West]] (Episode 651) / [[Volume 74#Which One is Greater Detective|Which One is the Greater Detective]] (File 778-790) ===
 
=== [[Conan vs. Heiji, Deduction Battle Between the Detectives of the East and West]] (Episode 651) / [[Volume 74#Which One is Greater Detective|Which One is the Greater Detective]] (File 778-790) ===
  
In this one hour episode, some scenes are not from the manga version.
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* In this one hour episode, some scenes are not from the manga:
* In anime version, the bus scene to Mouri Detective Agency was added.
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:* The conversation between Conan and Heiji on phone at the beginning.
*In anime version, Kazuha scolded Heiji for making inconsiderate remarks of Camel while Ran thought silently to herself that Kazuha was being inconsiderate for saying out loud too.
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:* The conversation between Heiji and Kazuha on the bus.
* In anime version, the culprit tried to escape but Ran and Kazuha took him down. Masumi was impressed by Kazuha's skills.
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:* Conan tells Ran about Heiji and Kazuha visit. Sera overhears the conversation and joins them.
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:* Kazuha scolded Heiji for making inconsiderate remarks about Camel "even if it's true", which Ran then told Kazuha that was also inconsiderate to say out loud too.
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:* Ran and Kazuha taking down the culprit who is trying to escape. Sera was impressed by Kazuha's skills.
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* In the anime, Sera wore a jacket over her shirt, while she did not wear one in the manga.
  
 
=== [[The Professor's Video Site]] (Episode 656-657) / [[Volume 74#Target on tape|Target on tape]] (File 775-777) ===
 
=== [[The Professor's Video Site]] (Episode 656-657) / [[Volume 74#Target on tape|Target on tape]] (File 775-777) ===
* The episode for the first part includes two scenes, that weren't in the manga. The first shows [[Masumi Sera|Masumi]] watching professor Agasa's video, where he asks for someone to appraise his vase. The second scene shows two figures in criminal silhouette looking at [[Eri Kisaki|Eri]]'s video of [[Goro]].
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* The anime adds two scenes that was not in the manga. The first one is [[Masumi Sera|Masumi]] watching Agasa's video. The second scene is the kidnappers in criminal silhouette watching [[Eri Kisaki|Eri]]'s video of [[Goro]].
  
 
=== [[Detectives' Nocturne]] (Episode 671-674) / [[Volume 76#Online Client|Online Client]] (File 796-800) ===
 
=== [[Detectives' Nocturne]] (Episode 671-674) / [[Volume 76#Online Client|Online Client]] (File 796-800) ===
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=== [[Froth, Steam, and Smoke]] (Episode 684-685) / [[Volume 77#Room Traces|Room Traces]] (File 809-811) ===
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* The anime adds an original scene between Subaru and Haibara, where Haibara says that Subaru is an unreliable knight, and then Subaru answers that he will protect her and call her princess. According to director Yasuichiro Yamamoto in Haibara Secret Archive released in 2019, he decided to add those scenes to fill up the episode duration. As a result, he got scolded by Gosho.
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=== [[The Jet-Black Mystery Train]] (Episode 701-704) / [[Volume 78#Mystery Train|Mystery Train]] (File 818-824) ===
 
=== [[The Jet-Black Mystery Train]] (Episode 701-704) / [[Volume 78#Mystery Train|Mystery Train]] (File 818-824) ===
 
* Several conversations were removed in the anime adaptation.
 
* Several conversations were removed in the anime adaptation.
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=== [[The Scarlet Return]] (Episode 779-783) / [[Volume 84#Elementary Teacher Assault|Elementary Teacher Assault]] (File 891-898) ===
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* In the manga, [[Ai Haibara|Haibara]] is the one who deduces that the foreign expensive car must belong to [[Jodie Starling|Jodie]]. In the anime, [[Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya|Mitsuhiko]] is the one who makes this deduction. Also, [[Ai Haibara|Haibara]] doesn't state it out loud while [[Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya|Mitsuhiko]] does.
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* [[Conan Edogawa|Conan]]'s flashback from the last time he encountered [[Rei Furuya|Amuro]] was a scene added in the anime and not in the manga.
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* The glove Akai is wearing is a different style. In the manga it has holes over the knuckles and in the anime it is solid.
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* In the manga Akai only handles the gun with his gloved hand. In they add a scene wear he checks to see if a bullet is loaded with his ungloved hand, likely cancelling out the reason he is wearing the glove which would be to avoid leaving fingerprints.
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* In the manga when Vermouth and Bourbon are talking afterwards, Vermouth mentions Bourbon wearing a wiretap while confronting the FBI at the school. This is omitted from the anime.
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* When Jodie asks Akai if he can cook in the anime, he is smiling when he says Yukiko taught him. In the manga he wears a neutral expression.
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* In the manga when Akai suggests letting Jodie and Camel solve the kids' mystery, he is shown with one eye open. In the anime both eyes remain closed.
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* In the manga the back seat of the convertible is never visible until Akai sits up. In the anime, the show the back seat at one point and you can see that there is something there.
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=== [[Taiko Meijin's Match of Love]] (Episode 785-786) / [[Volume 85#Shogi Tournament|Shogi Tournament]] (File 899-902)
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* In the manga, the board used in the third clue was incorrectly colored black and white as a chess board (but with shogi pieces). This is fixed in the anime.
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=== [[Three First Discoverers]] (Episode 792-793) / [[Volume 86#Scriptwriter Murder Case|Scriptwriter Murder Case]] (File 906-908) ===
 
=== [[Three First Discoverers]] (Episode 792-793) / [[Volume 86#Scriptwriter Murder Case|Scriptwriter Murder Case]] (File 906-908) ===
 
*[[Rei Furuya]] only appears in the anime version of the episode.
 
*[[Rei Furuya]] only appears in the anime version of the episode.
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=== [[Ramen So Good, It's to Die For 2]] (Episode 827-828) / [[Volume 88#A Killer in Ramen Ogura|A Killer in Ramen Ogura]] (File 928-930) ===  
 
=== [[Ramen So Good, It's to Die For 2]] (Episode 827-828) / [[Volume 88#A Killer in Ramen Ogura|A Killer in Ramen Ogura]] (File 928-930) ===  
 
* There is a flashback of the murder of [[Ramen So Good, It's to Die For]] in the anime version.
 
* There is a flashback of the murder of [[Ramen So Good, It's to Die For]] in the anime version.
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=== [[A Cottage Surrounded by Zombies]] (Episode 830-832) / [[Volume 88#Zombie Movie Murder Case|Zombie Movie Murder Case]] (File 931-935) ===
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* In the manga, after noticing the zombies in the window, Heiji and Conan wonder if they might be movie extras, with Heiji later noting that they must not be after hearing the film crew scream in reaction to the zombies. This does not happen in the anime.
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* In the second part of the case, between the moment where Conan grabs a boom mic to defend himself and the moment that the window breaks, there is a scene where Heiji tosses the chair he grabbed to the side and runs off to grab the Zombie Sword prop, leaving behind a very frightened Conan who in confusion asks where Heiji is going. While the scene is brief, this does not happen in the manga.
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* In the manga Heiji explains how someone can hide inside the wardrobe without anyone's help.
  
 
=== [[Chiba's Difficult UFO Case]] (Episode 847-848) / [[Volume 89#UFO Sighting Murder Case|UFO Sighting Murder Case]] (File 942-944) ===
 
=== [[Chiba's Difficult UFO Case]] (Episode 847-848) / [[Volume 89#UFO Sighting Murder Case|UFO Sighting Murder Case]] (File 942-944) ===
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* Unlike the manga, which described the background behind why the mysterious man really stole the strap, the anime only explained it briefly.</spoiler>
 
* Unlike the manga, which described the background behind why the mysterious man really stole the strap, the anime only explained it briefly.</spoiler>
  
== [[Season 29]] - Episode 927-Current ==
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* The scene with Mai Kuraki and her manager is only seen in the anime, although the quote about the double couple was proposed by Gosho Aoyama.
 
* The scene with Mai Kuraki and her manager is only seen in the anime, although the quote about the double couple was proposed by Gosho Aoyama.
 
* The part when Ran asks Keiko Kurachi if she has won the Macademy Awards is skipped in the anime.
 
* The part when Ran asks Keiko Kurachi if she has won the Macademy Awards is skipped in the anime.
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=== [[Kid vs. Komei: The Targeted Lips]] (Episode 983-984) / [[Volume 96#Kaitou Kid and the Fairy's Lip|Kaitou Kid and the Fairy's Lip]] (File 1018-1021) ===
 
=== [[Kid vs. Komei: The Targeted Lips]] (Episode 983-984) / [[Volume 96#Kaitou Kid and the Fairy's Lip|Kaitou Kid and the Fairy's Lip]] (File 1018-1021) ===
 
* Moena Yamamoto has blonde hair in the manga, while the anime changed her hair to black.
 
* Moena Yamamoto has blonde hair in the manga, while the anime changed her hair to black.
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=== [[Picking Wild Plants and Clovers]] (Episode 1011-1012) / [[Volume 97#Edible Wild Plants Collecting Case|Edible Wild Plants Collecting Case]] (File 1032-1034) ===
 
=== [[Picking Wild Plants and Clovers]] (Episode 1011-1012) / [[Volume 97#Edible Wild Plants Collecting Case|Edible Wild Plants Collecting Case]] (File 1032-1034) ===
 
* A scene with the Detective Boys and their teachers in the train is shown at the beginning, which wasn't in the manga.
 
* A scene with the Detective Boys and their teachers in the train is shown at the beginning, which wasn't in the manga.
* Kohji's palm bruise is not shown in the anime. However, the anime shows Kohji's bishop small crack mark, while in the manga it was hidden.</spoiler>
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* Kohji's palm bruise is not shown in the anime. However, the anime shows Kohji's bishop small crack mark, while in the manga it was hidden.
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=== [[The Antique Tray Can't Be Hidden]] (Episode 1018-1020) / [[Volume 97#Antique Facet Case|Antique Facet Case]] (File 1035-1038) ===
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* Because these three epiosdes were adapted from four manga chapters, there are some additional scenes that were not in the manga:
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:* Flashback to [[Makoto Kyogoku the Understudy]], where Sera asked Ran and Sonoko about Haibara. There are also Conan's flashback to [[The Spirit Detective's Murder]] and [[The Wizard of the Ripples]].
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:* A scene where Sera arriving in front of Agasa's house and Subaru observing her from Kudo residence.
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:* A scene where Conan enters the room and checks Nishitsu's body. Sera also enters the room to look for the tray, while none of them entered the room in the manga.
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* In the anime, the suspect interrogation is held in another room, while in the manga it was held directly on the alley in front of the room where the murder happened.
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* In the manga, the housekeepers appeared, but not in the anime. Their roles are replaced by either Takagi or Chiba.
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* Mary's flashback of Kohji Haneda is removed from the anime.
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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.
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* 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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=== [[Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Jinpei Matsuda]] (Episode 1029) / [[Wild Police Story Volume 1#Matsuda Part|Matsuda Part]] (Wild Police Story Volume 1 File 1-3) ===
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* The anime starts with Conan  walking from school under sakura trees. The anime also adds Conan's narration about the police academy.
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* The cafetaria scenes is longer in the anime, thus some new dialogues and interactions between Rei, Hagiwara, Matsuda, Hiro, and Date are added.
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* In the manga, when Onizuka decide to check the roof, he was accompanied with two workers. In the anime, he is accompanied with one worker.
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=== [[Taiko Meijin's Shogi Board]] (Episode 1033-1035) / [[Volume 98#Shogi Player Serial Murder Case|Shogi Player Serial Murder Case]] (File 1043-1046) ===
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* The anime adds some flashback scenes:
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:* [[Momiji Ooka's Challenge]]: Heiji mentioned about Haneda family and Conan's thought about Haneda family is wealthy.
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:* [[Taiko Meijin's Match of Love]]: the match between Chikara and Shukichi, and Shukichi telling Yumi about the match.
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:* In Episode 1035, there are some flashback scenes from Episode 1034, when Takagi and Sato are questioning the suspects.
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* The scene when the group is searching for Genda is longer in the anime, thus some dialougue are added.
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* In the original manga version, Kishimoto's cause of death is unknown, whereas it is shown that he died from being stabbed in a flashback from episode 1035.
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* In the manga, after Shukichi was saved, Akai directly called Camel, while Shukichi was talking to Conan. In the anime, while Conan and Shukichi are talking to each other, Akai is seen tying the culprit, and calls Camel after Shukichi and Conan finished talking.
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* The anime removes Mary and Yumi background appearances when Shukichi mentions that Mary is refusing to meet Yumi.
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=== [[Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Wataru Date]] (Episode 1038) / [[Wild Police Story Volume 1#Date Part|Date Part]] (Wild Police Story Volume 1 File 4-6) ===
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* The anime starts with Conan  walking from school , along with his narration about the police academy.
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* Some dialogue are removed:
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:* Date saying that he is not an instructor, and Kenji response that Date got large of presence
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:* Rei's dialogue about how the others arrest the robbers and Date mentioning that they will get scolding from Onizuka
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* The anime add the appearance of Kenji's sister, Chihaya  in the flashback. She never appeared in the Wild Police Story manga, but Gosho has introduced her in the main manga before the release of this episode.
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=== [[Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Kenji Hagiwara]] (Episode 1042) / [[Wild Police Story Volume 2#Hagiwara Part|Hagiwara Part]] (Wild Police Story Volume 2 File 7-9) ===
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* The anime adds the following scenes:
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:* The female students after finished eating;
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:* Hagiwara flashback about his father's workshop;
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:* Rei knocking Hiro's room and asking if he want to buy something;
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:* The truck smashing through the toll gate portal.
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* The anime adds Hiro's dialogue "Nice punch, right, Zero?", while demonstrating a punch gesture. The dialogue was not in the manga, but the punch was.
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* In the manga, during the party scene, everyone, including Date, is laughing. In the anime, while the others are laughing, Date only smiles.
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* In the manga, the eyes of the man who approaches Kenji and Matsuda is not visible. In the anime, his eyes are visible, especially after Matsuda screams at him.
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* In the anime, Monobe turns around to show Hiro and Date his tattoo when Tomori mentions it. He did not do this in the manga.
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* In the manga, while riding the motorbike, Date used his right hand, which was supposed to be handling the twistgrip, to hold the speaker. The anime fixes this by having the speaker in his left hand instead.
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=== [[The Birthday Party of Divine Punishment]] (Episode 1045-1046) / [[Volume 99#Sisters' Birthday Party Murder Case|Sisters' Birthday Party Murder Case]] (File 1047-1050) ===
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* Some scenes are removed from the anime:
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:* Conan's response when Yumi and Remi's childhood photo being shown
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:* Conan and Sera checking the body
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:* Case character reintroduction in the chapter 1048 and 1050
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:* Megure and Takagi's dot faces expression in chapter 1049
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:* The dialogue when Yumi assures Megure that the one who threw out things was Hanasaki
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* Some scenes are added in the anime:
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:* Conan thinking about Ran, Sera, and Sonoko protecting Yumi
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:* Conan's response when the room was dark
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:* Sera excusing herself to Sonoko to answer a phone call from Mary
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:* Conan placing some plates on the table when Sonoko brings some cakes
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:* The chair being stuck in the ceiling after getting kicked by Ran
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:* Vermouth pulling Mary's hair and Mary managing to free herself
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* In the anime, Ran wears thigh-high socks, while in the manga she didn't.
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* The anime fixes Mary's clothes after she shrunk, where in the manga, her clothes also shrunk with her.
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* In the manga, after Mary fell down from the bridge, a couple was seen looking down into the river, and they reacted in English. The anime changes the couple appearance and have them react in Japanese.
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Latest revision as of 13:48, 9 August 2022


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 927-959

Season 30 - Episode 960-Current

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