Discussion Thread: Detective Conan 1,058-1,060

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Re: Discussion Thread: Detective Conan 1,058-1,060

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I just thought that Gosho has yet to explain and elaborate on how Bourbon managed to break into the Kudo residence and was caught by Akai... perhaps that was the "big move?" ;D

actually this was fun... the fanmade dialogue that is :D (from this site: https://masterdetectivexx.tumblr.com/po ... fyi-im-mtx)

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Re: Discussion Thread: Detective Conan 1,058-1,060

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How did bourbon manage to break into kudo house is told in the black bunny case... About amuro picking up Ran's wallet telling her he found it near the bathroom, and knowing that she carries the kudo mansion key he could duplicate the pattern by impressing the key on to something. I think more of less this is how it is implied.
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Re: Discussion Thread: Detective Conan 1,058-1,060

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blackmoon wrote:
August 31st, 2020, 8:02 am
actually this was fun... the fanmade dialogue that is :D (from this site: https://masterdetectivexx.tumblr.com/po ... fyi-im-mtx)
Yep, those were pretty good. ;D
blackmoon wrote:
August 31st, 2020, 8:02 am
I just thought that Gosho has yet to explain and elaborate on how Bourbon managed to break into the Kudo residence and was caught by Akai... perhaps that was the "big move?" ;D
As Reader posted, that was indeed explained—there's no reason to assume 1,058–1,060 is a prequel to 1,009–1,012.
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