The anime Detective Conan: Zero's Tea Time has just ended, but only to make room for another spin-off of the main series Gosho Aoyama. As announced at the end of the broadcast, Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa will debut with Netflix in the fall season.
Detective Conan's two anime spin-offs were announced at Netflix Festival Japan 2021, and while the one derived from Takahiro Arai's manga has already reached the epilogue, The perpetrator Hanzawa has yet to debut.
Detective Conan: Hannin no Hanzawa-san is a comic manga mini-series based on the events of the black silhouettes depicting the culprits in the main work of the cases followed by the young detective with glasses. These, still without a clear identity, take the form of the creepy black men.
Written by Mayuko Kanba, the spin-off has been published on the pages of Shonen Sunday S since May 2017. After five years and six published manga volumes, an anime adaptation is imminent. At the end of the sixth episode of Zero's Tea Time, it was actually announced that Netflix would be streaming Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa in the autumn. Also, five Detective Conan movies will arrive.
The streaming giant will be handling the international airing of The Culprit Hanzawa, but it seems that will happen first in Japan and then months later in the west as well.