What if the culprit from Detective Conan was walking around Tokyo, struggling with everyday problems like exiting a train station? Hilarity ensues! The anime for Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa revealed the staff working on the show on the official Twitter, and that the show will be premiering in October exclusively on Netflix worldwide. Further information on the anime will be coming on June 22, in the 30th issue of Weekly Shonen Sunday.
Staff for the anime includes Akitaro Daichi as Director, Fu Chisaka as the character designer, Mayumi Nakajima of Studio Kokoro as the art director, Chieko Nakamura as the art supervisor, Hiromi Miyawaki as the color key artist, Akemi Sasaki as the Compositing Director of Photography, Ikuyo Fujita in charge of editing, Yasuyuki Uragami and Keiko Urakami as audio directors, Kaori Yamada in charge of sound design, June Abe and Seiji Muto as music composers, with Audio Planning U on sound production, and animation will be handled by TMS Entertainment Studio 1.
▍The Culprit Hanzawa and Zero no Tea Time Anime Announcement Trailer
▍About The Culprit Hanzawa
A murderer is on the loose in Tokyo and they’re… Living in a cheap apartment?! The Culprit Hanzawa is a gag manga that follows the black silhouette culprit in the Detective Conan mangas around as they try to live an ordinary life, struggling to handle even the most common daily routines. Follow the culprit Hanzawa as they move to Tokyo to find work, struggle to fit in with regular people, and think about good old-fashioned murder!
Original Work: Mayuko Kanba
Director: Akitaro Daichi
Character Design: Fu Chisaka
Art Director: Mayumi Nakajima (Studio Kokoro)
Art Supervision: Chieko Nakamura
Color Key Artist: Hiromi Miyawaki
Compositing Director of Photography: Akemi Sasaki
Editor: Ikuyo Fujita
Audio Directors: Yasuyuki Uragami, Keiko Urakami
Sound Effects: Kaori Yamada
Music Composers: Jun Abe, Seiji Muto
Sound Production Audio Planning U
Animation: TMS Entertainment Studio 1