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Netflix Removes ‘Case Closed’ Anime Expiration

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Who will be murdered today?

Case ClosedIt looks like was almost about time to say goodbye to the Case ClosedDetective Conan series in streaming form on Netflix. The service had listed on Friday that it was scheduled to be removed from the service on January 1st, 2020, which would have given you just a bit over a week to catch up before it goes. But now the series page has updated to remove the expiration date, which is definitely welcome.

The series has been running since 1996 with over 900 episodes to date. The manga itself from Gosho Aoyama is ongoing as well with over 96 volumes released in Japan while Viz Media is bringing them out here, having recently passed the 70 mark. FUNimation brought over some of them and some of the movies years ago but were never able to really keep up on it as it’s a very difficult property in terms of wanting to own it since it is so long and ongoing. It’s a series that’s far more suited for one-off viewings and streaming marathons here and there.

Plot concept: Kudo Shinichi is a seventeen-year-old high school detective whom people call the “Modern Sherlock Holmes.” However, one night after a date with his childhood sweetheart, Ran, Shinichi witnessed an illegal trade and, caught off his guard, was knocked unconscious and fed a drug that was supposed to kill him… but he woke up and found himself shrunken to a seven-year-old. In order to track down the men who did this to him, Shinichi hid his identity and lived with Ran, whose father happened to be a hopeless detective, and with that came a series of murders and mysteries that he must solve.

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