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Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 881)

Posted: January 7th, 2018, 2:35 am
by kkslider5552000
MeiTanteixX wrote:
kkslider5552000 wrote:But I'm confused by the ending. So is this a case where we're just actively ignoring the movie continuity? Like usually Gosho just...sidesteps it without anyone noticing but considering I watched the movie YESTERDAY, it's really noticeable how bizarre it is that Momiji hasn't met Kazuha. I'd find it really disappointing if the movie is just ignored entirely since the movie gave her an actual character and semi-backstory.
According to anime timeline, the Movie happens before this case, but reality of the matter is, manga chapters of this case happens before the movie, and they were meant to set Momiji up for M21. So in other words, the nue case and this poirot case can be seen as setup for M21, but M21 is not canon either way, so it doesn't affect the main plot (it just gives it more details that will most of the times never be brought up in the canon).

Ok, but it's weird they didn't change that for the anime. Even a tiny change in dialogue would fix that issue.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 887)

Posted: January 7th, 2018, 1:57 pm
by kentasaiba
It's easy guys. Just follow the manga timeline and watch Ep 855 AFTER this one. This way, all makes sense. This also counts for future appearances of Momiji and Muga.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 887)

Posted: January 13th, 2018, 12:23 am
by red.orchid
Kaitou Kid as Okiya was hilarious.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 887)

Posted: January 13th, 2018, 11:30 am
by Andarer
Even tho movie 21 isn't canon, shouldn't we consider the background story being told canon since it affects the manga development?

With them knowing the characters and all.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 887)

Posted: January 13th, 2018, 1:17 pm
by Spimer
It's possible that the manga Momiji has a different /AU setting to her so we can't use the movie knowledge as basis to predict her actions.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 887)

Posted: January 13th, 2018, 2:53 pm
by Swagnarok
Spoiler:
Is it true that Rumi's seiyu is the same person who voiced Lum back in the 80s?

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 887)

Posted: January 13th, 2018, 3:04 pm
by Wakarimashita
Swagnarok wrote:
Spoiler:
Is it true that Rumi's seiyu is the same person who voiced Lum back in the 80s?


Yes (and spoilers please !).

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 16th, 2018, 4:06 am
by kkslider5552000
Episode 887: Kaito Kid and the Trick Box (Part One)

-Crunchyroll ads really want me to go bowling.

-OMG IT'S-

-OKIYA SUBARU'S POINTLESS CAMEOS EPISODE 41: Okiya Strangles Kaitou Kid

-OMG IT'S-

-AN OPENING WITH SOME AMOUNT OF EFFORT! WHAT A BOLD CONCEPT!

-I can behind this shamelessly happy song

-I'll be honest, I feel like after the Magic Kaitou anime ended, Kid has been entirely forgotten. Doesn't help that the one big thing he was in is one of the worst Detective Conan movies.

-*semi-sinister music plays* "I was told last time that the vegetables weren't cooked enough." This is the most Okiya Subaru thing ever.

-"My camera senses are tingling!"

-WHO IS TAKING ALL THESE PICTURES WITHOUT BEING NOTICED?

-After last time (which was over three years ago IIRC, holy crap), I approve of more Sonoko and Kid stuff.

-I mean, of course it was Kid taking pictures

-Kichiemon is an asshole

-What? Moonstones are very valuable, especially if you have a Clefairy. :D

-Please tell me it's Nanatsu no Ko

-it's in the box

-I'm thinking maybe the only thing in the box is a note

-I'm sad at how inevitably out-of-context the thumbnail of the next episode is

Number of songs from 2007 soundtrack: 3

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 16th, 2018, 9:49 am
by Adel34
I think that the animation team needs to either get better at their job or get replaced. It's been going on for a while now. It feels like almost everyone's faces and bodies are deformed/out of proportion.

By the way, I didn't really understand the cook book solution. Why wouldn't the woman find the piece of paper in a cook book? Because she was searching for that one recipe? Nonsense. Because if she was searching for the piece of paper, she wouldn't skip any books, since her husband could have put in anywhere. Could anyone explain this to me?

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 16th, 2018, 10:17 am
by Spimer
The trick is that the lower right corners of each page were torn so that you'd skip them if flipped the pages from below.

Also, the widow didn't need to check the recipe of the meat and potatoes (she learnt if from her mother-in-law) so that's why she didn't find it, she rather expected her husband to hide it on a type of book she disliked and she'd normally never read. Also, she never had the time to check all of the books but cooking books were one thing she'd read often and many times so she knew it wasn't there: and since she skipped the meat and potatoes page she didn't notice the paper.

It's using the "hide a leave in a forest" and "the darkest place is under the candlestick" concepts, hide it in plain sight.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 16th, 2018, 2:16 pm
by Adel34
I get it now, thanks, Spimer. I follow a different logic when I'm searching for something and that's why I didn't get it. If I lose something, I search for it everywhere, even places where it wouldn't make sense for it to be there. Sort of like Gin back then in the Itakura case where he started to search for people inside small lockers.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 17th, 2018, 4:03 pm
by usotsuki
Isn't the current animation outsourced to Vietnam?

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 17th, 2018, 4:07 pm
by kkslider5552000
Adel34 wrote:I think that the animation team needs to either get better at their job or get replaced.

It's almost like it's impossible to maintain quality for 40 full length animated episodes every single year for underpaid workers or something

(lmao this is nothing new btw, do yáll not remember MONKEY CONAN from the early days?)

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 17th, 2018, 4:21 pm
by Kor
kkslider5552000 wrote:
Adel34 wrote:I think that the animation team needs to either get better at their job or get replaced.

It's almost like it's impossible to maintain quality for 40 full length animated episodes every single year for underpaid workers or something


When in the last few years this show had quality animation? Even in "good" episodes, most of your animation is just characters flapping their mouths. And sure, for this series it may as well be enough, but it's still a fairly lazy and very unambitious product when it comes to its animation aspect.

Re: Detective Conan Anime Discussion Thread (Latest Subbed Episode: 888)

Posted: January 17th, 2018, 5:08 pm
by kkslider5552000
Kor wrote:
kkslider5552000 wrote:
Adel34 wrote:I think that the animation team needs to either get better at their job or get replaced.

It's almost like it's impossible to maintain quality for 40 full length animated episodes every single year for underpaid workers or something


When in the last few years this show had quality animation? Even in "good" episodes, most of your animation is just characters flapping their mouths. And sure, for this series it may as well be enough, but it's still a fairly lazy and very unambitious product when it comes to its animation aspect.

I mean, you're not wrong, but blaming it on the people actually working on the animation is...questionable at best. And "at best" is the idea that they just haven't hired great people for the weekly tv show. Which still means TMS decided to be cheap instead of doing their best for their cash cow series. Even with a show with limited animation, it's still a bit ridiculous the amount of output they have to put out, and I could see the movies having an effect on that as well. The fact that the return to that amount of episodes coincided with some of the worst looking episodes in the series (the Shirigami case and its immediate aftermath), says a lot to me.

Doubly annoying when I've been watching the last Lupin tv series, which showed that TMS can still put out a great looking tv show when they want to. (I'm not sure we're necessarily disagreeing, but I was separating the people actually animating and creating the show from the company behind it, if that makes sense)

Also, I would hope "having to do 10 less episodes every year would probably lead to better looking episodes" is the least controversial opinion in the world.