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| releasedate        = June 18, 1994
 
| chapters            = 001-009
 
| chapters            = 001-009
 
| isbn                = 4-09-123371-6
 
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Volume 1 was released on June 18, 1994 in Japan.
 
Volume 1 was released on June 18, 1994 in Japan.
  
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= Chapters =
 
== Prologue - Roller Coaster Murder Case==
 
== Prologue - Roller Coaster Murder Case==
 
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* Seen trading money to the men wearing black}}
 
* Seen trading money to the men wearing black}}
 
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== Company President's Daughter Case ==
 
== Company President's Daughter Case ==
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Borrowing Akiko's favorite dog as a mount for the sake of speed, Conan investigates the five nearby school sites that match her description but finds nothing. However, Conan then notices a tall building that looks like a smokestack when viewed from the side, and deduces which school in the area views it from that angle. At the school, the kidnapper closes the ransom deal with Akiko's father and prepares to kill her, but Conan arrives just in time to interfere. The dog attacks the kidnapper while Conan reassures Akiko, but by using a school bat the kidnapper subdues the dog and then goes after Conan. Conan's new body is too weak to fight back, even with his prized soccer kick. All he can do is dodge for as long as possible, and when one too many hits lands, the kidnapper prepares for the finishing blow...
 
Borrowing Akiko's favorite dog as a mount for the sake of speed, Conan investigates the five nearby school sites that match her description but finds nothing. However, Conan then notices a tall building that looks like a smokestack when viewed from the side, and deduces which school in the area views it from that angle. At the school, the kidnapper closes the ransom deal with Akiko's father and prepares to kill her, but Conan arrives just in time to interfere. The dog attacks the kidnapper while Conan reassures Akiko, but by using a school bat the kidnapper subdues the dog and then goes after Conan. Conan's new body is too weak to fight back, even with his prized soccer kick. All he can do is dodge for as long as possible, and when one too many hits lands, the kidnapper prepares for the finishing blow...
 
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=== File 005 - The Other Perpetrator ===
 
=== File 005 - The Other Perpetrator ===
 
[[File:Volume 1 File 005.jpg|150px|thumb|right|Ran saves Conan's life]]
 
[[File:Volume 1 File 005.jpg|150px|thumb|right|Ran saves Conan's life]]
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* Tani family guard dog}}
 
* Tani family guard dog}}
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* 22 years old
 
* 22 years old
 
* Pop Idol}}
 
* Pop Idol}}
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=== Gadgets introduced ===
 
=== Gadgets introduced ===
 
{{NewGadget|name = [[Voice-Changing Bowtie]]|image = Voice-Changing Bowtie.jpg|description =  
 
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* Grants ability to imitate voices}}
 
* Grants ability to imitate voices}}
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=== File 006 - From Third-Rate to Great Detective ===
 
=== File 006 - From Third-Rate to Great Detective ===
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* 22 years old}}
 
* 22 years old}}
 
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== Trivia ==
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= Trivia =
* On the page Shinichi announces his new identity as "Conan Edogawa", on the bookshelf behind him on the right hand side is a book lying on its side. The book in question is actually the first volume of the [[Magic Kaito]] manga.
 
 
* The title for each chapter are worded as the following in ''Case Closed'':
 
* The title for each chapter are worded as the following in ''Case Closed'':
 
:* File 001 - A Modern-Day Sherlock Holmes
 
:* File 001 - A Modern-Day Sherlock Holmes
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:* File 008 - Resemblance
 
:* File 008 - Resemblance
 
:* File 009 - An Unfortunate Misunderstanding.
 
:* File 009 - An Unfortunate Misunderstanding.
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* The keyhole on the back cover features [[Shinichi Kudo]] in his [[Teitan High School]] Winter uniform.
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* [[Gosho Aoyama]]'s [[Gosho Aoyama (Character)|alter-ego]] is killed by a knife straight through his head.
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* The book spine shows a smiling [[Conan Edogawa]] with a green bow-tie.
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* Some of the books in the [[Kudo residence]]:
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** At least three volumes (or copies) of "[[Wikipedia:Edogawa Ranpo|Ranpo Edogawa]]: Collected Works"
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** At least volume 1 - 9 of "[[Wikipedia:Arthur Conan Doyle|Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]]: His Best Cases"
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*** These seem to be the books Shinichi uses to create his new name.
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** "Murder in London"
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** "The golden[Concealed]"  (maybe "[[Wikipedia:The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez|The Golden Pince-Nez]]" from the [[Sherlock Holmes]] canon)
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** "The Price of Love"
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** "Mystery" (probably just the name of the genre on the spine of the book)
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** "WHO[Concealed]"
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** "The Story of DEA[Concealed]" (maybe "dead", "Death" or a reference book about the [[Wikipedia:Drug Enforcement Administration|DEA]])
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** "John Wang - The Gallow of Honour"
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** "The Perfect Murder"
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** "[[Wikipedia:P. D. James|P. D. James]]: [[Wikipedia:The Black Tower|Black Tower]]"
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** [[Wikipedia:Lewis Carroll|Lewis Carroll]]: [[Wikipedia:Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]]
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** Something by A. C. Gardner without decipherable title - maybe he actually meant [[Wikipedia:John Gardner (American writer)|J. C. Gardner]] or [[Wikipedia:John Gardner (British writer)|J. E. Gardner]], who wrote the ''[[James Bond]]'' continuations
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** "[[Wikipedia:True crime|True Crimes - The Unsolved Cases]]"
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** "Dangerous Company"
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** "Mystery From Overseas - Deadly Conference"
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** "Sam Andrews - Alibi"
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** Something by Tsuzuki Michio (known for ''[[Wikipedia:Black Tight Killers|Black Tight Killers]]'', besides other stories)
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** [[Wikipedia:Robert Louis Stevenson|Robert Louis Stevenson]]: [[Wikipedia:Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde|Dr. JIKIL and HIDE]]<sub>(sic)</sub>
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** "The Corpse[Concealed]"
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** "Case[Concealed]"
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** "Gordon: Short Stories"
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** [[Wikipedia:L. Frank Baum|Lyman Frank Baum]]: (The) "[[Wikipedia:The Road to Oz|Road to Oz]]"
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** [[Gosho Aoyama]]: [[Magic Kaito Volume 1]]
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* The kidnapper in the second case demands 3,000,000 Yen, this would currently be ~28,000 US-$ (May 2020).
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* The large building with the monitor on it at the end of the last case could have been inspired by [[Studio ALTA]] in the [[Wikipedia:Shinjuku|Shinjuku Ward]] of [[Tokyo]], but it's never named or otherwise made clear.
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== Locations ==
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{{main|Setting}}
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Settings introduced in this volume:
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* [[Tokyo]]
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** [[Beika]] Ward
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*** [[Beika#Beika Town|Beika Town]]
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**** [[Hiroshi Agasa's residence]]
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**** [[Kudo residence]]
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**** [[Mouri Detective Agency]]
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**** [[Teitan High School]]
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** [[Wikipedia:Bunkyō|Bunkyō Ward]]
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*** Unnamed hotel (Flashback + Mentioned)
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*** Tani residence
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** [[Kohnan]] Area
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*** [[Kohnan High School]] (Mentioned)
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** Unknown ward
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*** Busamaru High School
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*** Futatsubashi Middle School
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*** [[Wikipedia:Shakujii Park|Hyakujii Park]] (Mentioned)
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*** Takanori Sewa's residence
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*** [[Tropical Land]]
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*** [[Yoko Okino]]'s apartment complex
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== Models ==
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{{main|Setting models}}
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=== Futatsubashi Middle School and Hyakujii Park ===
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Futatsubashi Middle School the kidnapper keeps [[Akiko Tani]] at is a play on the real Hitotsubashi Middle School in [[Wikipedia:Chiyoda, Tokyo|Chiyoda Ward]] ("hitotsu" = "one", "futatsu" = "two"). Furthermore, the Hyakujii Park the kidnapper wants his ransom money placed in is based on the name of the [[Wikipedia:Shakujii Park|Shakujii Park]] to where [[Gosho Aoyama]] once lived close to during his time when he lived in the [[Wikipedia:Nerima|Nerima Ward]] and which he often visited in his spare time.<ref>[[Questions given by the Shonen Sunday magazine#1994]], 1994 #16, FILE.12<br>公園や遊園地など、お勧めの遊び場は、「前に住んでいたマンションの近所の石神井公園。」<br>Playgrounds, such as public parks and amusement parks, that you recommend is "The Ishigamii park, which was near the apartment I used to live in."<br>translated by justwantanaccount<br>
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'''Note:''' There's just one mistake in the translation, the park in question being [[Wikipedia:Shakujii Park|石神井公園 = Shakujii Kōen]] (Shakujii Park), not Ishigamii Park.</ref>
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* Google Maps Hitotsubashi Junior High School: [https://goo.gl/maps/q9bA4JbaXq9LUs898 2 Chome-6-14 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0003, Japan (35°41'39"N 139°45'24"E)]
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* Google Maps Shakujii Park: [https://goo.gl/maps/a9q8ug2XwxwveFRU6 1 Chome-26-1 Shakujiidai, Nerima City, Tokyo 177-0045, Japan (35°44'20"N 139°35'51"E)]
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=== Yayoi ===
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The Yayoi District [[Kogoro Mouri|Kogoro]] and [[Ran Mouri]] as well as [[Conan Edogawa]] drive to for this case and where the Tani family lives is a [[Wikipedia: Yayoi, Tokyo|real district]] of [[Tokyo]] in the [[Wikipedia: Bunkyō|Bunkyō Ward]].
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* Google Maps: [https://goo.gl/maps/fspMzipndwh6hMWSA Bunkyo City, Tokyo 113-0032, Japan]
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== Continuity ==
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=== In "Bloody Idol Case" ===
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* To '''FILE.1''': [[Conan Edogawa]] mentions his shrinking and the "[[Black Organization|men in black]]" and says that it's been three days since then. [[Ran Mouri]] also mentions the events in front of Professor [[Hiroshi Agasa]], being in concern about [[Shinichi Kudo]]'s well-being since then.
  
== Cover in other countries ==
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== Mistakes and changes ==
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1cc.jpg|150px|thumb|left|China]]</div>
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{{main|Oversights in Detective Conan}}
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1fi.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Finland]]</div>
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* [[Gin]] knocked out [[Shinichi Kudo]] right in front of the concrete base of the [[Tropical Land]]'s ferris wheel in the first chapter, but at the beginning of the second chapter, woken up in his shrunken form, he is suddenly lying a good distance away from it.
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1f.jpg|150px|thumb|left|France]]</div>
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* During the outside shots in the last case of the skyscraper apartment building [[Yoko Okino]] lives in, the moon randomly changes from a Waning Crescent Moon 🌘 to a Waxing Crescent Moon 🌒, despite being the former one during the rest of the case.
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1g.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Germany]]</div>
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<div class="left">[[File:Volume1ce.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Hong Kong]]</div>
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== Cameos ==
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1bi.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Indonesia]]</div>
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* The [[Tani family]]'s name is taken from [[Gosho Aoyama]]'s assistant [[Yutaka Tani]].
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1i.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Italy]]</div>
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* Mr. Asou's name is also taken from an assistant of Gosho, in this case [[Keiji Asou]].
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1k.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Korea]]</div>
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* The guys in the show on TV [[Kogoro Mouri]] watches (and laughs about) at the beginning of the last case of the volume before [[Yoko Okino]] appears are again two of the assistants of Gosho - Yutaka Tani punching [[Masaki Negishi]]. Judging by the Omakes, Yutaka Tani sits across Gosho and helps him with inking the manuscripts of the [[Manga]]. He furthermore already inspired the name of the Tani family in the previous case, as mentioned above.
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1ct.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Malaysia (Chinese)]]</div>
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* Yoko's manager, [[Eiichi Yamagishi]], is another of Gosho's assistants, this time not only named, but even modeled after him (judging by how he is usually portrayed in other Manga and the Omakes). According to Gosho, Yamagishi is in charge of designing and drawing technical stuff, like machinery, vehicles, weapons and architecture. He already had some cameos and mentions in previous works, like ''[[Nonchalant Lupin]]'', ''[[Magic Kaito]]'', ''[[Yaiba]]'' and ''[[3rd Base 4th]]''.
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1m.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Malaysia (Malay)]]</div>
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<div class="left">[[File:Volume1NL.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Netherlands/Belgium (Dutch)]]</div>
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== Crossover ==
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1n.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Norway]]</div>
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{{main|Crossover}}
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1pl.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Philippines]]</div>
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<div class="left">[[File:Volume1cw.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Rep. of China (Taiwan)]]</div>
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=== ''3rd Base 4th'' ===
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1sae.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Singapore (English)]]</div>
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{{main|3rd Base 4th}}
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1ca.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Spain (Catalan)]]</div>
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* The alma mater of [[Yoko Okino]] and [[Akiyoshi Fujie]] mentioned in the last case of the volume is [[Kohnan High School]], the school the protagonists of ''3rd Base 4th'' attend.
<div class="left">[[File:Volume0_1sp.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Spain (Spanish, First issue)]]</div>
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<div class="left">[[File:Volume1sp.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Spain (Spanish, Volumen 1)]]</div>
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=== ''Magic Kaito'' ===
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1sw.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Sweden]]</div>
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[[File:Detective Conan File 6 RZ-04.jpg|thumb|200px|right|RZ-04 is sleeping between Professor Agasa's scraps.]]{{main|Magic Kaito}}
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1th.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Thailand]]</div>
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* The [[Tropical Land]] appeared before in Chapter 4 ([[Magic Kaito Volume 1]], [[Magic Kaito Volume 1#Kaitou Kid's Busy Day Off|Chapter 4]]) of this series, also as the place for a date of its two protagonists ([[Kaito Kuroba]] and [[Aoko Nakamori]]).
<div class="left">[[File:Volume 1e.jpg|150px|thumb|left|United States v1]]</div>
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* On the page [[Shinichi Kudo]] announces his new identity as "[[Conan Edogawa]]", on the bookshelf behind him on the right-hand side, is a book lying on its side. The book in question is actually [[Magic Kaito Volume 1]].
<div class="left">[[File:Volume 1e SS.png|150px|thumb|left|United States v3]]</div>
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* One of the robots between Professor [[Hiroshi Agasa]]'s scraps is a sleeping [[RZ-04]], the robots that stalked [[Kaitou Kid]] in chapter 9 of his own series ([[Magic Kaito Volume 2]], [[Magic Kaito Volume 2#I Am the Master|Chapter 3]]).
<div class="left">[[File:Volume1v.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Vietnam]]</div>
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= Cover in other countries =
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<div><ul>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1cc.jpg|150px|thumb|left|China]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1fi.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Finland]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1f.jpg|150px|thumb|left|France]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1g.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Germany]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1ce.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Hong Kong]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1bi.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Indonesia]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1i.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Italy]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1k.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Korea]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1ct.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Malaysia (Chinese)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1m.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Malaysia (Malay)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1NL.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Netherlands/Belgium (Dutch)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1n.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Norway]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1pl.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Philippines]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1cw.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Rep. of China (Taiwan)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1sae.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Singapore (English)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1ca.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Spain (Catalan)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume0_1sp.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Spain (Spanish, First issue)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1sp.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Spain (Spanish, Volumen 1)]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1sw.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Sweden]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1th.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Thailand]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume 1e.jpg|150px|thumb|left|United States v1]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume 1e SS.png|150px|thumb|left|United States v3]]</li>
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<li style="display: inline-block;">[[File:Volume1v.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Vietnam]]</li>
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</ul></div>
  
== See also ==
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= See also =
 
* [[Manga]]
 
* [[Manga]]
 
* [[Volume 1-10]]
 
* [[Volume 1-10]]
 
* [[Detective Conan]]
 
* [[Detective Conan]]
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== References ==
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<references/>
  
 
{{Volumes}}
 
{{Volumes}}

Latest revision as of 08:10, 7 August 2020

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Volume 1

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Information
Release date: June 18, 1994
Chapters: 001-009
ISBN: ISBN 4-09-123371-6
Publisher: Shogakukan
English release date: September 7, 2004
English ISBN: ISBN 1-59116-327-7
English Publisher: Viz Media
Featured Detective & Keyhole
Detective 1.jpg
Sherlock Holmes
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Shinichi Kudo
Aoyama's death & Conan side images
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Chronology
Next volume: Volume 2 »
List of chaptersList of cases

Volume 1 was released on June 18, 1994 in Japan.

Chapters[edit]

Prologue - Roller Coaster Murder Case[edit]

Characters introduced[edit]

File 001 - The Heisei Holmes[edit]

Shinichi names the culprit

At a party in a mansion, high school detective Shinichi Kudo solves the murder of the host's wife for Inspector Megure: the wheelchair-bound host is the killer and his broken leg healed weeks ago. The next day, the newspapers and TV reporters proclaim Shinichi's latest success, but his childhood friend Ran Mouri is upset at him for once again taking business away from her father, a private detective. She reminds him of his promise to take her to Tropical Land, since she won her karate tournament.

When they go, Shinichi spends a lot of time talking about his idol, Sherlock Holmes, and even deduces that a woman in line with them for a roller coaster is a gymnast using Holmes's classic observation style. This focus on Holmes upsets Ran a little, as she was looking forward to a day with just Shinichi. On the roller coaster, a man named Kishida is mysteriously beheaded in the tunnel. The suspects are the victim's girlfriend Aiko, their friends Hitomi (the gymnast) and Hitomi's friend, and two mysterious men in black. After Inspector Megure and the police arrive, they discover a bloody knife in Aiko's bag and arrest her.

While consoling Ran, who was upset by the crime, Shinichi sees one of the men in black run by and decides to follow him. He tells Ran to go home without him and Ran has a strange feeling she will never see him again, but cannot run after him because her shoelace breaks. Shinichi spies on the man in black making a blackmail transaction with a company president. With Shinichi distracted by the scene, the other man in black hits him from behind and knocks him nearly unconscious. Many cops remain in the area, so the men in black force-feed Shinichi a "new poison" that purportedly leaves no trace behind in the body to provide a cause of death. After they depart, Shinichi's body begins to steam and feel like it's burning; his last thought before finally losing consciousness is of Ran. When he awakens, he has been found by park security guards who refer to him as a "boy". The last panel reveals that Shinichi now has the body of a 6 year old.

People[edit]

  • Company President's Daughter Case[edit]

    Characters introduced[edit]

    File 002 - The Great Detective Turned Small[edit]

    Ran finds Conan

    Unaware of his condition, Shinichi tries to explain to the security guards the events he witnessed but they dismiss it as an over-active imagination. Shinichi then sees himself in a mirror and realizes his body has shrunk. He escapes from the guards and heads home, where he runs into his neighbor and family friend Professor Agasa. Naturally, Agasa does not believe the child's claim that he is Shinichi Kudo, but when Shinichi correctly deduces that Agasa had just run home from a restaurant, Agasa realizes the truth. Inside his house's library, Shinichi dons his old elementary school uniform and discusses the situation with Agasa. Shinichi asks him to make an antidote, but Agasa cannot without knowing the ingredients to the poison. As Agasa insists that Shinichi keep his identity secret for fear of the men in black realizing he is alive — and coming to kill him and anyone he may have told about them — Ran arrives in search of him.

    Agasa stalls Ran as Shinichi hides behind a desk and turns his father's old glasses into a makeshift disguise. When she discovers him, she finds him adorable and asks his name. Shinichi panics, looks at the nearby books, and answers Conan Edogawa, from Arthur Conan Doyle and Edogawa Rampo. Agasa tells Ran that Conan is a distant relative whose parents are in the hospital and have asked him to take care of him. But, he tells her, he is a single man and cannot properly take care of a child, so he asks Ran to take him in. When Conan hisses protests, Agasa quietly explains to him that Ran's father Kogoro is a detective, and Conan realizes that if he lives there he may find information leading to the men in black. Excited by the prospect, Conan agrees and goes with Ran to ask Kogoro if he can stay.

    On the walk home, Ran asks Conan if he has a person he likes, explaining that she does. Intending to tease her, Conan asks if she is talking about Shinichi. To his surprise, she admits to it but asks Conan not to tell Shinichi. This revelation causes Conan to almost admit his identity to her, but they are interrupted by Kogoro rushing out to the street in pursuit of a case: a rich man's child was kidnapped by a man in black. He heads off in a taxi, but belatedly realizes that Conan snuck into the car and Ran followed Conan. As Kogoro and Ran argue about whether they'll interfere with his work, Conan is thinking only of the men in black...

    File 003 - The Unwelcome Great Detective[edit]

    Conan, Kogoro, and Ran arrive at the house of Kogoro's client. The house's butler saw the client's daughter, Akiko, kidnapped by a large man dressed in black, but the butler's behavior is oddly suspicious - among other things, he claims that the kidnapper's demand for ransom money on top of temporarily closing the client's company must be some sort of mistake. After realizing that an outsider couldn't have gotten past the house's guard dogs unnoticed, Conan sets up a few hints that lead Kogoro to finally deduce that the kidnapper was actually the butler. The butler confesses to hiding Akiko in a hotel, but before they can leave to collect her, a housemaid rushes out with a phone call. The caller reiterates his demand of 300 million yen for Akiko's ransom.

    File 004 - The Sixth Smokestack[edit]

    The first of many such introductions

    After initial skepticism from the adults, Akiko's plea for help over the phone proves that she has truly been kidnapped. The kidnapper threatens to kill her if his demands go unmet or if the police become involved, but Akiko interjects a clue about her location: she is in a school warehouse, and can see a smokestack from the window. The kidnapper quickly ends the call, and the adults debate how to proceed while Conan worries that Akiko's gamble has placed her in imminent danger.

    Borrowing Akiko's favorite dog as a mount for the sake of speed, Conan investigates the five nearby school sites that match her description but finds nothing. However, Conan then notices a tall building that looks like a smokestack when viewed from the side, and deduces which school in the area views it from that angle. At the school, the kidnapper closes the ransom deal with Akiko's father and prepares to kill her, but Conan arrives just in time to interfere. The dog attacks the kidnapper while Conan reassures Akiko, but by using a school bat the kidnapper subdues the dog and then goes after Conan. Conan's new body is too weak to fight back, even with his prized soccer kick. All he can do is dodge for as long as possible, and when one too many hits lands, the kidnapper prepares for the finishing blow...

    File 005 - The Other Perpetrator[edit]

    Ran saves Conan's life

    As Conan takes a beating, Akiko realizes that her dog has not helped because he has disappeared. Immobile, bruised, and bleeding, Conan mentally acknowledges that his tiny body seems incapable of subduing a caught criminal and he braces himself for the kidnapper's final attack. However, Ran suddenly darts in front of Conan, blocks the baseball bat's downward swing with an arm and then knocks the kidnapper unconscious with a series of powerful karate moves. Kogoro and the dog arrive as Ran unties Akiko, and Ran explains to Conan that the dog returned home with one of Akiko's shoes in order to lead them to Akiko's location. Client and daughter are reunited, and Akiko defends the butler's actions by explaining that she came up with the kidnapping scheme herself in order to spend time with her workaholic father. The client praises Kogoro's method of finding Akiko, though Shinichi privately grumbles that the credit really belongs to him — a fact Akiko acknowledges as she thanks Conan for saving her.

    On the taxi ride home Kogoro gloats over the success of the day and the client's promised reward. Ran broaches the idea of Conan staying with them for a while, which Kogoro enthusiastically approves, treating Conan like a good luck charm. As Kogoro laughs, Conan broods over his new apparent helplessness, and how to change that by the time he tracks down the men in black.

    People[edit]

  • Bloody Idol Case[edit]

    Characters introduced[edit]

    Gadgets introduced[edit]

    File 006 - From Third-Rate to Great Detective[edit]

    Three days after he initially shrank, Conan wakes up to find himself still stuck as a child. He visits Professor Agasa to complain about Kogoro's inability to do anything himself, but Agasa reminds him he is there to find leads on the men in black and that he must not reveal his identity to anyone, especially the Mouris. Agasa also mentions that to quiet Ran's fears over Shinichi's absence, he told her that Shinichi was gone on a case but will return home soon. To aid Shinichi's efforts, Agasa presents the Voice-Changing Bowtie, which will allow the imitation of any voice.

    Shinichi returns to the Detective Agency, where Kogoro is woken by an alarm to see his favorite celebrity, Yoko Okino, perform on TV. For the sake of the show, Kogoro initially dismisses a prospective client — until he realizes that the client is Yoko Okino herself, in need of help. The scruffy detective instantly changes into a much more sophisticated version of himself, and Yoko explains her recent trouble with a stalker. Her manager, Yamagishi, asks Kogoro to solve the case discreetly, and Kogoro proudly assures them both of his skills. Ran convinces Kogoro to take her and Conan along to Yoko's apartment, but when they all arrive the door opens to reveal a bloody corpse lying on the floor inside.

    File 007 - The Bloody Case of the Lovely Pop Idol[edit]

    Seeing the dead body, Kogoro immediately orders Ran to summon the Police. When Inspector Megure arrives with his investigation unit, he is annoyed to see Kogoro because apparently when Kogoro was an officer under Megure's command he made cases difficult. Megure also complains about the heat in the room, which Yoko confirms is unusual. Conan points out several other oddities in the room and accidentally starts analyzing the case aloud, earning looks from both Kogoro and Megure. The coroner confirms that the body died from a knife that belongs to Yoko, and Megure inquires whether Yoko or Yamagishi recognize the victim.

    Yamagishi nervously approaches the body to look and clumsily slips in the blood, which Conan realizes was manufactured to cover picking something up off the body to hide it. After Yamagishi denies recognition and prompts Yoko to agree, Conan discovers that the hidden object was a long hair. Megure suspects Yoko, but Kogoro assumes that Yamagishi having a key to Yoko's apartment means he is the killer instead. However, the key was recently lost at the recording studio — and Yoko's worries about a stalker began after that. Meanwhile, Conan continues investigating and discovers an earring under Yoko's couch, but cannot get the adults to look until he uses the bowtie to imitate an adult's voice. Yoko recognizes the earring as belonging to Yuko Ikezawa, a fellow TV star, and after Yamagishi mentions that Yuko holds a grudge for losing out on an acting role to Yoko, several officers go to bring Yuko to the scene for questioning.

    File 008 - Resemblance[edit]

    Ran misses Shinichi

    Yuko rants over being summoned to the crime scene, insisting that suspicion should fall on Yoko as the apartment owner. She does acknowledge the earring is hers, but denies the idea that she could be the murderer and goes to use the restroom. Conan notices that Yoko and Yuko look identical from behind, but when he tries to inform Megure and Kogoro they angrily dismiss him as an annoying distraction. Ran tells Conan that he's a little young to try solving cases like Kogoro and Megure, but they'll surely solve the case soon... A bit more melancholy, she adds that Shinichi would have solved the case right away, and wonders what happened to him, prompting Conan to passionately declare that Shinichi will definitely be home soon.

    When Yuko lights a cigarette Conan acts like a little kid to point out that though she claimed to have never been at Yoko's apartment, she knew that a Statue of Liberty statuette is actually a cigarette lighter. Conan then immediately asks after the bathroom to make Kogoro realize that Yuko knew where that was, too, and he accuses Yuko of killing the victim to cause a scandal for Yoko. Yuko denies killing him, but confesses that she was the 'stalker' harassing Yoko and had entered the apartment to steal something, was attacked by the victim, fought back, and fled. Kogoro and Megure doubt the denial, but immediately afterward the victim is identified — a young man named Akayoshi Fujie, who attended Yoko's high school. Yamagishi continues to deny that Yoko might know him, but Yoko breaks and confesses that he used to be her boyfriend, who broke up with her before her debut but kept trying to get back together recently.

    Yoko, Yamagishi, and Yuko all are suspicious, and as Conan tries to figure out the truth, he notices a strange dent in the wood floor where the body had been. Putting the dent together with the initial disarray of the room except for a single upright chair nearby, the unusual heat of the room, the water marks around the body, and the hair in the body's hand, Conan realizes he's solved the puzzle, but Kogoro prepares to pronounce his own conclusions about the culprit.

    File 009 - An Unfortunate Misunderstanding[edit]

    Calling Ran

    Kogoro again accuses Yamagishi of murdering Fujie to prevent a possible scandal, but Conan kicks an ashtray at the back of Kogoro's head. Knocked unconscious, Kogoro falls into the chair behind him, and Conan uses the Voice-Changer Bowtie to explain the truth.

    Kogoro re-awakens just in time for Megure to congratulate him on his excellent detective work. A few days later, Ran and Conan walk home with dinner groceries and see a public broadcast of Yoko. Ran comments that Yoko is so strong to continue on after all that occurred, and that she's not that strong... Shinichi's week-long absence leaves her unable to sleep at night. Later that day, as Ran continues to worry, Conan uses the bowtie to call from a payphone as himself, to reassure her that he's all right, and he'll return as soon as he finishes the case he's working on. As they talk, Conan wishes he could speak to Ran again, not through a machine, but with his real voice.

    People[edit]

  • Trivia[edit]

    • The title for each chapter are worded as the following in Case Closed:
    • File 001 - A Modern-Day Sherlock Holmes
    • File 002 - The Great Detective Turned Small
    • File 003 - The Unwelcome Great Detective
    • File 004 - The Sixth Smokestack
    • File 005 - The Other Perpetrator
    • File 006 - From Third-Rate to Great Detective
    • File 007 - The Bloody Case of the Lovely Pop Idol
    • File 008 - Resemblance
    • File 009 - An Unfortunate Misunderstanding.

    Locations[edit]

    Settings introduced in this volume:

    Models[edit]

    Futatsubashi Middle School and Hyakujii Park[edit]

    Futatsubashi Middle School the kidnapper keeps Akiko Tani at is a play on the real Hitotsubashi Middle School in Chiyoda Ward ("hitotsu" = "one", "futatsu" = "two"). Furthermore, the Hyakujii Park the kidnapper wants his ransom money placed in is based on the name of the Shakujii Park to where Gosho Aoyama once lived close to during his time when he lived in the Nerima Ward and which he often visited in his spare time.[1]

    Yayoi[edit]

    The Yayoi District Kogoro and Ran Mouri as well as Conan Edogawa drive to for this case and where the Tani family lives is a real district of Tokyo in the Bunkyō Ward.

    Continuity[edit]

    In "Bloody Idol Case"[edit]

    Mistakes and changes[edit]

    • Gin knocked out Shinichi Kudo right in front of the concrete base of the Tropical Land's ferris wheel in the first chapter, but at the beginning of the second chapter, woken up in his shrunken form, he is suddenly lying a good distance away from it.
    • During the outside shots in the last case of the skyscraper apartment building Yoko Okino lives in, the moon randomly changes from a Waning Crescent Moon 🌘 to a Waxing Crescent Moon 🌒, despite being the former one during the rest of the case.

    Cameos[edit]

    • The Tani family's name is taken from Gosho Aoyama's assistant Yutaka Tani.
    • Mr. Asou's name is also taken from an assistant of Gosho, in this case Keiji Asou.
    • The guys in the show on TV Kogoro Mouri watches (and laughs about) at the beginning of the last case of the volume before Yoko Okino appears are again two of the assistants of Gosho - Yutaka Tani punching Masaki Negishi. Judging by the Omakes, Yutaka Tani sits across Gosho and helps him with inking the manuscripts of the Manga. He furthermore already inspired the name of the Tani family in the previous case, as mentioned above.
    • Yoko's manager, Eiichi Yamagishi, is another of Gosho's assistants, this time not only named, but even modeled after him (judging by how he is usually portrayed in other Manga and the Omakes). According to Gosho, Yamagishi is in charge of designing and drawing technical stuff, like machinery, vehicles, weapons and architecture. He already had some cameos and mentions in previous works, like Nonchalant Lupin, Magic Kaito, Yaiba and 3rd Base 4th.

    Crossover[edit]

    3rd Base 4th[edit]

    Magic Kaito[edit]

    RZ-04 is sleeping between Professor Agasa's scraps.

    Cover in other countries[edit]

    • China
    • Finland
    • France
    • Germany
    • Hong Kong
    • Indonesia
    • Italy
    • Korea
    • Malaysia (Chinese)
    • Malaysia (Malay)
    • Netherlands/Belgium (Dutch)
    • Norway
    • Philippines
    • Rep. of China (Taiwan)
    • Singapore (English)
    • Spain (Catalan)
    • Spain (Spanish, First issue)
    • Spain (Spanish, Volumen 1)
    • Sweden
    • Thailand
    • United States v1
    • United States v3
    • Vietnam

    See also[edit]

    References[edit]

    1. ^ Questions given by the Shonen Sunday magazine#1994, 1994 #16, FILE.12
      公園や遊園地など、お勧めの遊び場は、「前に住んでいたマンションの近所の石神井公園。」
      Playgrounds, such as public parks and amusement parks, that you recommend is "The Ishigamii park, which was near the apartment I used to live in."
      translated by justwantanaccount
      Note: There's just one mistake in the translation, the park in question being 石神井公園 = Shakujii Kōen (Shakujii Park), not Ishigamii Park.
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