The series first appeared on the pages of Weekly Shonen Sunday on January 19, 1994 Detective Conan is one of the longest-running in the industry today, with over a thousand chapters published in 98 volumes and an equally rich animated rendition, including filler episodes, but there is no shortage of new projects as some rumors have leaked.
To celebrate the release of the 1000th episode and also the 25th anniversary of the anime, it appears March 6th, 2021 will be revealed A project that was previously kept "top secret". It could be a new film dedicated to little Shinichi Kudo, or even a crossover feature film like the one that happened in Lupine III versus Detective Conan.
The only certainty about this rumor is that the project It will be closely related to the anime and not any other medium like novels, video games and manga spin-offs. Nothing is known about Aoyama's engagement, but given the new and rather long hiatus announced by the Mangaka, we could hope for a more determined role.
As you can see from the post at the bottom of the page, Detective Conan will be on a six week break Starting with the next issue of Weekly Shonen Sunday, which doesn't return until January 27th. Keep in mind that Detective Conan's first two seasons are available on Crunchyroll, and we'll leave you a detailed list to avoid the filler episodes.
The Detective Conan anime has a "top secret" project in the works for the 25th anniversary and the 1000th episode, which will air on March 6, 2021. pic.twitter.com/ZumulTObrl- Weekly Shougakukan Edition (@Wsstalkback) 5th December 2020
RUMOR: The Conan Manga will be taking a six-week hiatus after the combined editions 2/3 of WSS coming out Tuesday. If that's correct, the manga will return on January 27th. pic.twitter.com/BLH1lLkMjt- Weekly Shougakukan Edition (@Wsstalkback) 5th December 2020