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Today the classic episodes of a fan-favorite anime series have found a new home, with the addition of Case Closed’s first 42-episodes to Crunchyroll.
The long-running anime series, known outside of the U.S. as Detective Conan, first started in 1996 and is based on the manga series of the same name by Gosho Aoyama. The anime series is still running, currently reaching over 900 hundred episodes and has over 20 films. The series has become an anime classic and favorite of the community.
Crunchyroll has added the first 42 episodes of the series, allowing fans to either re-experience its start or see it for this first time. Crunchyroll also airs the latest episodes, meaning you can stay up to date on the adventures of Shinichi Kudo.
You can check out Cased Closed by heading to Crunchyroll, where you can see the original episodes or check out the latest mysteries Shinichi is facing.