Serinox wrote:1.) Haibara's quote: "It's a nostrum to raise the dead. I wonder if that answer is satisfactory?" - It should be noted, that it is very likely that Haibara was merely taunting Conan. Additionally, later on Haibara herself doesn't seem all too sure, what the original purpose of the drug was.
Vermouth's quote: "We can be both of God and the Devil. Since we're trying to raise the dead against the stream of time." - She speaks more generally of the dead instead of a specific dead man, although the meaning doesn't change too much.
If one is going down the road of the "raising the dead theory", the connections with Frankenstein seem natural.
2.) In the versions of the myth that include Pandora (some don't feature her at all), Zeus ordered the creation of the woman Pandora (and gave her the box) as a gift to Epimetheus, a brother of Prometheus, who foolishly accepted, subsequently bringing the evils over humanity.
Haibara generally speaks about Pandora's box and not about the woman itself. The connection is there, but it seems neglible, considering that "opening Pandora's box" is a very common saying in our times. Eagle = Crow connection, well, they are both birds, true, but the eagle was a punishment for Prometheus, which is in your theory the BO themselves. So I don't what value that comparison has.
3.) Assuming that Atsushi is the boss is a good and common theory, and the connection to Frankenstein with his nickname Mad Scientist is a nice addition. However, what irks me about this is that Vermouth has shown great resentment towards the Miyano parents, going even so far to further that resentment to their daughter, so I don't know if Vermouth would as cooperative as she is (which is already a bit limited, but still).
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