Dec 07, 2016 11:23 PM EST

'Detective Conan' Spoiler And Update: New Characters Enter Upcoming Film? Storyline Revealed!

"Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter", will be the title of the new movie that the series will be releasing to the public soon. Despite the number of episodes and movies in the past and present it produces, it has always been a fan favorite and has always been delivering results to viewers and fans alike.

According to iTechpost, "Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter", having a new twist to the storyline adding new characters to the set in the animated film. One of the new characters to be introduced is named Momiji where he will play a key role in the animated film and could possibly one that will remembered for a while, who knows.

The film will be set in Osaka, Japan where "Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter" is also going to premiere in Japanese cinemas on April 15, 2017. Though the film has doubts whether it will be released in the global stage if ever that happens, an English version of the film would be needed.

According to AnimeNewsnetworks, "Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter" will be one of the many movies it has produced so far, on record it will be the 21st movie it will produce. As for the manga series, it started in january of 1994 and since then it has made 91 volumes with over 800 episodes and 16 seasons plus it still keeps going and going.

"Detective Conan" storyline is about a detective who somewhat became a child after investigating a dark and evil organization. With the body of child and the knowledge of a man, he still continued to do his job, solving cases left to right with the help of his colleagues. But with the physical situation that he is in, his friends need and played as his parents or any character that is relevant to the event on hand.

The anime has been one of the longest to air until now. The anime series of "Detective Conan" is televised all over the states on TV Japan channel. For more details of the latest news and current updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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