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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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* 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.
 
* 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.
 
* 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.
 
* 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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Season 1 - Episodes 1-28

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Season 18 - Episodes 528-565

Season 19 - Episodes 566-605

Season 20 - Episodes 606-645

Season 21 - Episodes 646-680

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Season 24 - Episode 740-778

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Season 27 - Episode 857-897

Season 28 - Episode 898-926

Season 29 - Episode 927-959

Season 30 - Episode 960-Current

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