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== Plothole note ==
 
== Plothole note ==
 
{{main|List of differences between the manga and anime}}
 
{{main|List of differences between the manga and anime}}
The [[Volume 2#Masami Hirota Case|manga version]] of [[The Strange Person Hunt Murder Case]] ended with Akemi Miyano encountering and being fatally wounded by Gin, then being found by Ran and Conan, and finally dying in Conan's arms.
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The [[Volume 2#Masami Hirota Case|manga version]] of [[The Strange Person Hunt Murder Case]] ended with Akemi Miyano encountering and being fatally wounded by Gin, then being found by Ran and Conan, and finally dying in Conan's arms. The anime version altered the outcome so that Masami Hirota would live and work at a bank leading to episode 128 (as well as replacing Gin and Vodka with an episode exclusive character named Okita).  
The anime production team heavily altered the case in the Episode 13 version because they thought the anime was only going to last one season and end with Movie 1. Once they realized the show was going to continue, they had to redo the case and sticking closer to the manga version.
 
  
 
Since the story is very important to the continuity, such as leading up to [[Ai Haibara]]'s appearance, this episode was made to fix the plot hole. The murder scene proper is very similar to the original one, save for three details: Ran isn't present until after Akemi dies, [[Shiho Miyano]]'s silhouette when Akemi brings up her sister is ommited, and the blood on the scene is ''severely'' censored.
 
Since the story is very important to the continuity, such as leading up to [[Ai Haibara]]'s appearance, this episode was made to fix the plot hole. The murder scene proper is very similar to the original one, save for three details: Ran isn't present until after Akemi dies, [[Shiho Miyano]]'s silhouette when Akemi brings up her sister is ommited, and the blood on the scene is ''severely'' censored.

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