The first details related to the upcoming film from Detective Conan have aroused the curiosity of enthusiasts. The first teaser and key visual confirmed the central role of Ai Haibara and the Black Organization in the film, and finally new plot details were revealed, also through a short trailer.

By title Detective Conan: Kurogane not a submarine, the 26th feature film in Gosho Aoyama's hit series, hits Japanese cinemas on April 14, 2023 and could be the perfect opportunity to shed light on Ai's past. According to the presentation posted on the film's official website, the story will primarily take place on Hachijo-jima Island in the southern part of central Tokyo, where it is about to open a system that can connect all surveillance systems in the world with the addition of face recognition.

At the invitation of Sonoko, Conan also goes to the event and learns from Subaru Okiya that a Europol agent has been murdered in Germany Black organizational gin. While the protagonist will try to intercept the organization from Tokyo, they will manage to kidnap one of the guests of the inauguration who apparently has very important data on a USB stick. Let us know what you think of these new details about the upcoming Detective Conan movie in the comments.

Finally, we remind you that five films dedicated to Detective Conan are planned and we leave you with a successful cosplay of Ai Haibara.

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