And with this, we've ended the double digit volume era (which started back in 1995) and now begin the triple digit volume era.
Spoiler pics of 1,059 are now available (in Chinese).
Here are some translations, courtesy of Fujiwara:
Deduction Show Preparation Meeting
In the face of the Kudō family’s crisis—The greatest combination emerges?!
Side note: Appearing at the Kudō house is Kudō Yusaku— no wait, this boastful smile has got to be…
C: You’ve gotta be kidding me—!
K: Hey there.
K: Seeing the seldom-seen Kudō Yusaku in a pinch, I could not ignore it,
K: So I came to help.
K: What? Aren’t you going to welcome me?
K: After all, he helped clear my name, and I pay back my debts — good or bad.
K: So here I am!
C: It really is you!
C: Kaitō Kid!
K: But if you take offense at my coming uninvited,
K: I’ll take my leave…
C: Didn’t you say you paid back kindness?
C: Then go on…
C: Please pay it back.
K: Such a tsundere!
The TV crew arrives in less than 10 minutes!
C: Anyway, come in first.
C: I’ll give you an overview over the case!
K: Got it.
C: Crap! The TV crew is already here!
C: I’ll go answer the door.
K: But there’s still one more victim, right?
Let me invite the crew in first, then we’ll go continue in a different room.
C: Just remember…
C: Don’t talk any nonsense!
K: Got it.
K: Leave it to me!
TV people: Good evening!
Yume: I’m Yumekawa Saiko from Tōto TV!
Yume: Please take good care of us during the broadcast tonight!
K: So you’re miss Yumekawa! You’re very pretty.
Yume: But we already met the other day to discuss the shooting,
Yume: didn’t we?
K: Of course, I just almost didn’t recognize you…
K: Since young women like you get prettier every day.
Yume: oh my…
C: Then let’s quickly get you inside and start preparing the shoot!
K: Ah, right…
Yume: In that case, we’ll go ahead to the study.
K: Please do.
C (thoughts): I thought I told you not to talk nonsense!
Yume: Then we’ll first…
Yume: install our equipment.
Yume: Kudō-sensei, please go to a different room and get your make-up done.
K: No need, no need.
K: I already got throroughly made-up.
Yume: I-Is that so?
C (thoughts): Guess being made up by a visagiste would give him away.
Yume: I feel like I’ve seen this kid before.
C: I’m the famous Kid killer, Edogawa Conan.
K: He’s the kid of a friend of mine.
He’s been constantly pestering me, saying he wants to know how a TV program is filmed!
Yume: That’s right, where’s your wife? She said she’d be showing up too.
K: Ah, that…
C: Aunt Yukiko wasn’t feeling well, so she’s resting.
Yume: I see…
Yume: Then we'll wait for the dress rehearsal time and then go greet her.
K: All right.
C: Now, let’s get back to the important point…
C: How did you know that my Dad fell ill?
K: In order to pay back his favor, I was tailing you guys for a bit…
K: And thus overheard your conversation at the pharmacy entrance.
K: But who’d have thought both husband and and wife would be out of the game like this…
C: Seriously. It’s most likely food poisoning, they’re still laid up in the bedroom.
“Life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent. We would not dare to conceive the things which are really mere commonplaces of existence. If we could fly out of that window hand in hand, hover over this great city, gently remove the roofs, and and peep in at the queer things which are going on, the strange coincidences, the plannings, the cross-purposes, the wonderful chains of events, working through generations, and leading to the most outre results, it would make all fiction with its conventionalities and foreseen conclusions most stale and unprofitable.”
“Education never ends... it is a series of lessons, with the greatest for the last.”
― Arthur Conan Doyle, The Complete Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and His Last Bow
"I have decided to stick to love... hate is too great a burden to bear."
— Martin Luther King Jr. (A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr)