Akira Ishida will play Saguru Hakuba in the television adaptation of Mayuko Kanba’s detective fiction novel Detective Conan: Hannin no Hanzawa-san (Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa), it was announced on Wednesday via the anime’s official Twitter account. Ishida has previously performed the role of Magic Kaito and Detective Conan characters in anime. In the first, he plays a detective who is looking for Kaito Kid, and in Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa, he also works as Hanzawa’s coworker in a side job.
On October 3 and 4, respectively, the animation will debut on the Tokyo MX and Yomiuri TV networks, as well as on BS NTV and Netflix internationally.
The main character Hanzawa-san will be portrayed by Shta Aoi. Hanzawa’s pet Pometar will be portrayed by Inori Minase. In their respective roles as Ai Haibara and Kogor Mri, Megumi Hayashibara and Rikiya Koyama will return.
The anime is being directed by Akitar Daichi at TMS Entertainment Studio 1 (2001 Fruits Basket, Kamisama Kiss, Ninja Girl, and Samurai Master).
Character creation is being done by F Chisaka.
Chieko Nakamura is credited with overseeing the art at Studio Cocolo, while Mayumi Nakajima is the art director.
The color key artist is Hiromi Miyawaki.
The compositing director of photography is Akemi Sasaki, and the editor is Ikuyo Fujita.
The audio directors are Keiko and Yasuyuki Uragami.. For sound effects, Kaori Yamada is given credit. The soundtrack is being composed by Jun Abe and Seiji Muto. For sound production, Audio Planning U is given credit.
The opening theme music for the anime is “Tsukamaete, Konya” (Arrest Me Tonight), while the closing theme song is “Secret, voice of my heart,” performed by Mai Kuraki.
The black-silhouetted “criminal” who frequently appears in Detective Conan chapters to symbolize the unidentified perpetrators is the main character of the parody manga Detective Conan: Hannin no Hanzawa-san. The manga made its debut in May 2017’s Shinen Sunday S. In October 2021, the sixth volume of the manga’s compilation book arrived in Japan.
The Detective Conan manga by Gosho Aoyama served as the basis for the anime Detective Conan: Zero no Tea Time (Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time), which debuted recently. The anime began airing on April 5 and concluded on May 9 with its sixth episode. In July, Netflix will make the animation available outside of Japan in all countries.