In Which One Truth Prevails

Ah, winter. A time spent huddled under a blanket while chugging NyQuil in hopes of being able to breathe again. The bad news this means my writing has been at an all time low for the past few months. The good news is that while bed ridden I was able to watch every Case Closed/Detective Conan movie. All nineteen of them.

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What’s Case Closed/Detective Conan? It’s an anime about a teenage boy detective who, after witnessing some shady stuff, was poisoned by an evil gang known as The Black Organization. But instead of killing him the poison turned him into a five year old. As you could guess, this is one of the greatest animes ever made. It’s been going on for 20+ years and has over 800 episodes. Episodes range from “A group of friends realize the true treasure is friendship” to “The murdered pretended to be fat so he could hide a severed head under his sweater without anyone realizing it”. Like I said, it is the greatest anime. I don’t have the spare several years needed to catch up on the show, but I did have the time to watch the movies!

I’m feeling better now, so before I go off to do all of the cleaning my sick self couldn’t, here’s a little content for you all: The Motives of Every Villain in the Case Closed/Detective Conan Movies But In A Vague Way To Avoid Exact Spoilers. Enjoy!

  1. Didn’t like their old work
  2. Couldn’t do their job anymore
  3. Related to someone evil from history
  4. Couldn’t do their job anymore
  5. Couldn’t do their job anymore
  6. Related to someone evil from history
  7. Trying to steal Buddha Statues
  8. Couldn’t do their job anymore
  9. Revenge against those who wronged them
  10. Revenge against those who wronged them
  11. Protecting historical artifacts
  12. Couldn’t do their job anymore
  13. Revenge against those who wronged them
  14. Trying to steal Buddha Statues
  15. Trying to steal diamonds
  16. Revenge against those who wronged them
  17. Trying to steal government secrets
  18. Revenge against those who wronged them
  19. Protecting historical artifacts.

Movie #20 will be out this April! See you then!

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