Could you provide a source for that? While the one in my post above hasn’t tweeted anything beyond that so far, I was able to find a Korean blog that seems to have published correct schedules in the past, so I tend to believe that this is real—but maybe you have something better.XerBlade wrote:Well, April 6 is technically the M23 pre-story, but all that means, in this case, is they are re-airing 746-747 to hype up the movie.
March 16: part 2 of the thoroughbred thing
March 23: Episode 935: A Fortune Teller and Three Guests (AO) - 占い師と三人の客
March 30-April 6: Episodes 746-747: Kaitou Kid vs Kyougoku Makoto
XerBlade wrote:They have never been wrong before, and I've been following them for ages. That's kinda how credibility works.
That said, notice @conaclu doesn't exactly cite sources either, so that's a bit of a double standard. Actually, it's completely a double standard.
Fair enough.XerBlade wrote:Well, @conanclu, the source for the OP, has gotten around to posting it as well now.
Adel34 wrote:They're really making us wait with the missing Maria case.
Any guesses as to when it might air and what's the reason for such delay?
Swagnarok wrote:I don't know when it'll be released, but as to your second question, the reason's probably that as things stand right now, manga content is being adapted much faster than Gosho can put out new stuff (since late 2017 his output has plummeted pretty dramatically, so that only about 20 new chapters get released a year--at best). So their options are either to ration it out (or so to speak), just cancel the show, or (the most unthinkable option) pass up the manga and just start making stuff up out of thin air. Obviously for the time being the most tenable of these three is the first, so that's what they're doing.
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