Episode 735: “The Coded Invitation”
Before watching this episode, on a scale of 1-10, how much are you looking forward to seeing it again?
Our first new episode in a while and it’s an AO. Mmm….4.
Announcer: “Hey look! I’m Conan Edogawa!”
Conan: “Oi, oi.”
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You’re referring to The Case of the Besieged Detective Agency.
The bomber didn’t die though; the group managed to convince him that his sister that he was trying to get revenge for had committed suicide. It was revealed afterwards that the sister was actually murdered but they had to convince the guy otherwise so they could stop him from using the bomb.
The two cases mentioned in the previous response are the only I can recall where the person who was suspected of having been murdered really did commit suicide.
I’m gonna assume the two questions were written by the same anon. Anyway, I’ve never given a case a zero or a one simply due to the fact they were “too sad”.
If I’m not mistaken, there’s only been two canon suicide cases (ignoring the suicide at the end of the Moonlight Sonata case): The Idol’s Locked Room Murder Case and Wedding Eve.
Aoyama hasn’t specifically noted anything so I won’t jump to conclusions. Until Aoyama states officially, I’d assume Shin’ichi doesn’t follow any particular religion.
Yes; Valentine’s Day has occurred twice in the anime. The first was Sonoko’s introduction case which was an anime original and the second was a manga based case called The Truth Behind Valentine’s.
But yes, we are to believe that the story takes place all the same year. Entirely impossible if you look at the cases and time frames they occur, but whatever. It’s comic book logic. Just go with it.
Ignoring the ones mentioned in the question, here’s the ones that come to mind:
The Sealed Chamber in the Sky: Shin’ichi Kudo’s First Case - Well, as it says in the title, it was his first real case.
Shin’ichi Kudo’s New York Case - Traveled with Ran to New York, solved murder case and encountered a serial killer.
The Roller Coaster Murder Case - His life flipped upside-down as a result.
Conan Edogawa Kidnapping Case - Shin’ichi’s parents scare the ever loving crap out of him to teach him a lesson about how over his head this whole Black Organization thing is.
The Diplomat Murder Case - Meets Heiji and regains his original body temporarily.
The Ski Lodge Murder Case - Used Ran to give a deduction and never does so ever again because of the anguish doing the deduction caused her when Ran had to call out her teacher as the murderer.
The Desperate Revival arc - Nearly dies, is saved by Ran giving him blood since she was convinced he’s Shin’ichi, nearly tells her the truth and reveals himself as still being alive to those present at Teitan High by solving the case that occurred during a play performance. Solves the game company elevator murder case while on a date with Ran and changes back to Conan before he can tell her how he feels.
The 3 ‘K’s of Osaka Case - Shin’ichi has to call out one of his soccer idols as a murderer.
Holmes’ Revelation arc - Finally gets to travel to London and be a complete Holmes fanboy and confesses to Ran all the while solving a riddle to stop a murder.
To help prepare audiences for Dimensional Sniper the next two weeks they’ve decided to broadcast remastered versions of The Man from Chicago. Hooray for them but boo for us cause that means no new Rewatch posts until April 19th. Ah well.