In an anime and manga series as well known for violence and murder as Detective Conan is, it’s more than a little bizarre that explosions actually appear relatively rarely in the anime. The movies, on the other hand, are generally a non-stop jamboree of explosions, bombings, and crashes. When you consider the large volume of cases this boy detective has been involved in, this is more than a little strange. So why doesn’t Conan deal with more explosions? Is it just that the killers prefer a more “hands on” approach?
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