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Detective Conan Spin-off Manga 'Hannin no Hanzawa-san', 'Zero no Tea Time' Receive Anime

by Vindstot
Oct 4, 8:54 AM | 21 Comments

Shogakukan announced an anime adaptation for two spin-offs to Gosho Aoyama's Detective Conan (Case Closed) manga—Mayuko Kanba's Hannin no Hanzawa-san (The Culprit Hanzawa) and Takahiro Arai's Zero no Tea Time (Zero's Tea Time)—on Monday. The publishing company opened an official website for each anime, revealing teaser visuals (pictured above) and an announcement promo.

Hannin no Hanzawa-san stars the black-silhouetted "criminal" that appears in Detective Conan representing the mystery culprits. Zero no Tea Time focuses on the life of the triple agent, Rei Furuya, also known as Tooru Amuro and Bourbon. Each chapter features one of his three faces, the private detective and Café Poirot waiter Amuro, the Black Organization operative Bourbon, and the NPA officer Furuya.

Kanba began Hannin no Hanzawa-san in Shounen Sunday Super in May 2017. Arai debuted the Zero no Tea Time spin-off in Shounen Sunday in May 2018. Shogakukan will publish the sixth and fifth volume of each on October 18, respectively.

Announcement


Hanzawa-san official site: https://hanzawasan-file.com/
Hanzawa-san official Twitter: @hanzawasan_file
Zero no Tea Time official site: https://zerotea-file.com/
Zero no Tea Time official Twitter: @zerotea_file

Source: animate Times

Detective Conan: Hannin no Hanzawa-san, Detective Conan: Zero no Tea Time on MAL

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Another detective conan spinoff. Seems fun, I hope for Kaito anime sequel tho

Oct 13, 1:42 AM by chriskor022

I read both of the original stories. Personally, I like the content of "Hannin no Hanzawa-san" and I'm looking forward to the anime.

Oct 12, 7:00 PM by kihel

Hey, keep them coming.

Oct 6, 8:03 PM by malvarez1

I have always enjoyed Detective Conan series, in every part of it.

Oct 5, 5:13 AM by ProGoddess

Teiraa said:
RobertBobert said:
It's pretty funny to see the franchise get more and more new parts while I'm still trying to get to the second hundred episodes of the original series.


Well tbh if you're picky you're likely to stop before anywhere close to that, I just had to drop the anime at about ep 642 and moved to manga. So if that makes it any less daunting lol, you can also only watch the "canon" episodes.

Anyway, I wonder if something big is happening with the anime since all these spin-offs are appearing :0 would be great to see the anime go back to being well- less ugly and censored


Last time I heard they started making anniversary remakes of iconic episodes.

Oct 5, 12:12 AM by RobertBobert

Both of them and previously announced Police School Arc anime adaptations are all part of main manga series 100th volume release commemorative project.

Oct 4, 9:40 PM by tsubasalover

Really!? I'm looking forward to watching Zero’s Tea Time!!

Oct 4, 8:00 PM by YumioSF

ManWithNoBeard said:
Tokoya said:
Same but I never closely followed Detective Conan and was only aware of the anime/manga and then the Magic Kaito spin off

I'll give these a shot since I really enjoyed Kaito which was also a spinoff


Magic Kaito is actually not a spin off. It's Aoyama Gosho's first manga, started in 1987 (and still ongoing, though you get one story every 3 to 5 years). Because Kid's guest appearances in Conan is more popular than his own series, people tend to forget that.
I guess this is the "John Wick from Fortnite" meme that came true.
Oh wow, I had no idea that was the case...I truly learn something new every day lol

Oct 4, 12:58 PM by Tokoya

Tokoya said:
DannyTheDonkey said:
I never know this thing exist until now, despite following Conan for decades. Nowadays I only watch Conan exclusively for its movies so I don't really interested with these anime.
Same but I never closely followed Detective Conan and was only aware of the anime/manga and then the Magic Kaito spin off

I'll give these a shot since I really enjoyed Kaito which was also a spinoff


Magic Kaito is actually not a spin off. It's Aoyama Gosho's first manga, started in 1987 (and still ongoing, though you get one story every 3 to 5 years). Because Kid's guest appearances in Conan is more popular than his own series, people tend to forget that.
I guess this is the "John Wick from Fortnite" meme that came true.

Oct 4, 12:42 PM by ManWithNoBeard

RobertBobert said:
It's pretty funny to see the franchise get more and more new parts while I'm still trying to get to the second hundred episodes of the original series.


Well tbh if you're picky you're likely to stop before anywhere close to that, I just had to drop the anime at about ep 642 and moved to manga. So if that makes it any less daunting lol, you can also only watch the "canon" episodes.

Anyway, I wonder if something big is happening with the anime since all these spin-offs are appearing :0 would be great to see the anime go back to being well- less ugly and censored

Oct 4, 12:22 PM by Teiraa

FMmatron said:
JokerVentura said:


Aye, that one's gonna be especially interesting, no idea how theyre gonna make a story outta silhoutte lmfao.


I'm sure it's gonna be hilarious xD

Gotta correct myself btw.

That one was announced earlier.

https://myanimelist.net/news/64035725

So we're gonna get 3 of them? What a time to be alive.


Yeah seems like it, I forgot about that one, indeed it's a great time to be a Conan fan.

Oct 4, 12:15 PM by JokerVentura

JokerVentura said:
FMmatron said:
@JokerVentura

We heard about the Amuro spin-off announcement a few months ago and I knew there was another spin-off about the silhouette culprit, but not that it would receive an anime adaptation as well. Nice.


Aye, that one's gonna be especially interesting, no idea how theyre gonna make a story outta silhoutte lmfao.


I'm sure it's gonna be hilarious xD

Gotta correct myself btw.

That one was announced earlier.

https://myanimelist.net/news/64035725

So we're gonna get 3 of them? What a time to be alive.

Oct 4, 12:07 PM by FMmatron

FMmatron said:
@JokerVentura

We heard about the Amuro spin-off announcement a few months ago and I knew there was another spin-off about the silhouette culprit, but not that it would receive an anime adaptation as well. Nice.


Aye, that one's gonna be especially interesting, no idea how theyre gonna make a story outta silhoutte lmfao.

Oct 4, 11:52 AM by JokerVentura

YESSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! OMGGGGGG SO EXCITED FOR THIS ONEEEE >_<

Oct 4, 11:51 AM by yujee

THIS IS THE BEST NEWS OF THE YEAR

My favorite characters spin off manga is getting anime. So unexpected .Lets goooooooo

Oct 4, 11:28 AM by Adampk

Looking forward to both. Heard about Hannin no Hanzawa-san a couple years ago. At first I thought "The silhouette is the protagonist?". A bit peculiar, but it looks like it will be entertaining to some degree.

Oct 4, 11:18 AM by hai_X_is

@JokerVentura

We heard about the Amuro spin-off announcement a few months ago and I knew there was another spin-off about the silhouette culprit, but not that it would receive an anime adaptation as well. Nice.

Oct 4, 9:35 AM by FMmatron

DannyTheDonkey said:
I never know this thing exist until now, despite following Conan for decades. Nowadays I only watch Conan exclusively for its movies so I don't really interested with these anime.
Same but I never closely followed Detective Conan and was only aware of the anime/manga and then the Magic Kaito spin off

I'll give these a shot since I really enjoyed Kaito which was also a spinoff

Oct 4, 9:19 AM by Tokoya

Fuck Amuro and his fujo enablers for singlehandedly ruining a great series like Detective Conan.
Hannin no Hanzawa-san on the other hand is perhaps the greatest spin-off to ever come out of this show! Absolutely hilarious take on the Conan universe!

Oct 4, 9:09 AM by DarkDooM2

It's pretty funny to see the franchise get more and more new parts while I'm still trying to get to the second hundred episodes of the original series.

Oct 4, 9:06 AM by RobertBobert