The Anime License Company Odex Pte. Ltd. uncovered the release windows last Friday for its screening of Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire (Meitantei Conan: Konjō no Fist), the 23rd anime film in the Detective Conan establishment. It will screen the film in Singapore toward the beginning of June, in Indonesia in mid-June, in Malaysia in late June, and in the Philippines in mid-July.
The film will be set in Singapore, and will be the first Detective Conan film set outside of Japan. Singapore’s renowned Marina Bay Sands, will be the site of a homicide case in the film. The plot will include a huge diamond known as the “Blue Sapphire,” which sank to the base of the sea toward the finish of the nineteenth century.
The film will fixate on Kaitō Kid, Makoto Kyōgoku, and Conan Edogawa. It denotes an arrival of the Kaitō Kid character to the Detective Conan films since his last appearance in Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno, the establishment’s nineteenth film, in 2015.
It is additionally the primary appearance of the character Makoto Kyōgoku in the establishment films. In the film, Makoto, an undefeated karate ace with 400 successes, stands up to Kid as Kid endeavors to take the Blue Sapphire. In the mean time, Kaitō Kid conveys Conan to Singapore without wanting to.