The spin-off Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time lands on Netflix

The spin-off Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time lands on Netflix

The spin-off Detective Conan

The spin-off Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time (Meitatii Conan: Zero no Tea Time) is the anime adaptation of Takahiro Arai's manga of the same name, available in our country thanks to Star Comics. Netflix has announced that the spin-off anime will debut on its platform outside of Japan on July 29th! Also released the official trailer.

The official trailer of the spin-off Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time

Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time is produced by the studio Shogakugan, responsible for the making of the anime of Detective Conan, Dorohedoro, Mob Psycho 100 and many others.

The spin-off series will follow the daily life of Rei Furuya (aka Toru Amuro) undercover agent for the Public Security Department of the Tokyo Police Headquarters. The young man hides three distinct identities, operating both as a private detective and as an active member of the Men in Black; in his spare time he never misses an opportunity to work as a waiter at the Poirot café. Over the course of history, his secrets will be revealed: the man surrounded by lights and shadows will no longer be a mystery.

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As for the main cast Toru Furuya will reprise his role by Rei Furuya (Tōru Amuro) from the main series of Detective Conan. The voice actor said he was delighted to have landed his first lead role in an anime after 14 years from Casshern Sins.

Below you can watch the official trailer for Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time:
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Gag Spinoff ‘Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa’ to Debut this Fall

Ever noticed how the crime rate seems to be concentrated around where Conan lives? It seems like Beika city attracts creeps and criminals.

Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa takes up this issue and turns it into a gag manga where the protagonist is a black silhouetted guy who moves into Beika. Yes, the whole character is just a black silhouette, the definition of suspicious.

After watching an infinite amount of mind-bobbling cases, I’m sure you need a bit of a break. Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa will serve as the perfect repose when it airs in October 2022. Netflix has already announced that it will stream the anime.

The story features a protagonist who is also a supposed antagonist. One look at him, and Conan knows he is a future criminal. (Blame it on his dark appearance)

After shifting to Beika, the character realizes how scary the city is. The rules of ordinary cities don’t apply there, and he gets so wrapped up in settling in that the thought of crime just becomes fanciful imagination.

Studio TMS Entertainment is animating the series and has gathered some awesome staff members for its production:

PositionStaffOther WorksDirectorAkitarō DaichiKamisama KissCharacter DesignerFū Chisaka–Music ComposerJun Abe and Seiji MutoFruits Basket

I found the manga to be unexpectedly hilarious, with gag elements in all the right places. It has a unique concept, and the writer has correctly observed that the area around the detective is the worst place to live in.

You will also get glimpses of Conan in this series as he looks suspiciously at the main character. The Culprit Hanzawa is thus a must for any comedy lover and has already made it to my watchlist.

Watch Detective Conan on:About Detective Conan

Detective Conan is a detective manga series by Gosho Aoyama. It was first serialized in 1994 and has been published for over two decades.

Shinichi Kudo, or Conan is a high school detective who has been turned into a child after consuming a toxin.

Along with the FBI and a variety of characters, he solves mysterious cases. He takes on the name of Conan and tries to pin down the syndicate responsible for shrinking him.

Source: Official Website

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