K.O.R.N wrote:Anyone here thinks that there's a chance the Rum suspects can show up in this case, and RIGHT after this case? I guess this case is a regular 3-chap case, 1006-1008, like usual, since Gosho doesn't normally put 2 cases of more than 3 chaps together.
I have been thinking that the media fuss can cause people's attention, like superintendent Kuroda, or chef Wakita. Initially I thought they would come to Kudo's house just to spy on them. With Kuroda he can step in and interfere with the media but that could be too big of a reveal as he is an ally...Now, I think they will appear elsewhere, in a panel or 2...thinking of something...
Keeping the general pacing of modern DC in mind, it's really just a question of exactly when
those developments/occurrences will transpire—be that exactly when during this case, and/or the next few cases.
I'd say we're definitely slated for Rei/Toru/Bourbon to encounter at least one of the suspects—I'd say Kanenori's the most likely, considering Rei's/Toru's/Bourbon's line in 981–983. Next would be Hyoe, given that—swap during coma or otherwise—Hyoe's affiliated with the NPA. He and Rumi may meet as she gets closer to Shinichi/Conan and as he seems to be keen to make a move against Shuichi/Subaru.
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