crunchyroll is promoting its new spring arrivals for simulcasts, with a brief one line description of each show
and God I fucking love the sheer apathy contained in this sentence so much
So he's a better behaved Bart Simpson?
@robotcarsley @Jo nah the story is that he's a high school teen that got caught by some Suspicious Mysterious Men (tm), randomly fed a nondescript drug by them and woke up as a 10 year old kid with his actual high school self presumed missing
the plotlines involve him helping out his friends father (who is a professional PI) solve the constant barrage of murder mysteries that seem to conveniently and constantly happen around them by way of voice changer + shenanigans
@pupy i've also been going since january 1996
@monorail wow cool my friend Holly is over 900 episodes long
The *insane* thing about Case Closed is that the timeline of events is canonically under a year. That means from Conan's perspective, a gameboy went from cutting edge to hopelessly outdated within a year.
@Roxxie_Riot that doesnt even make any remote sense
the only way that'd work is if the in-universe year isnt a regular year as we know it
It does not make sense at all, the creator just doesn't care. The explination given is that the technology and setting of the show is "floating", and will adapt to whatever the modern day is like. However, the actual plot is only supposed to take around a year.
However, if you assume all of Conan's cases are canon, that means they would have to solve multiple cases a day, and that holidays in this universe are a bloodsport.
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