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Lupin III vs. Detective Conan (BD 720p) [Frostii-DCTP]  High Definition

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Starblaster

December 2nd 2009 (4 years and 10 months and 21 days)
It's funny...but this has kind of already happened...kinda...

Lupin III is derived from the literary character of Arsène Lupin (his grandfather) who was also a "gentleman thief," as it were. Detective Conan is a big fan of the character of Sherlock Holmes and strives to be like him (which is why he chooses the name Conan for himself, after the author of Sherlock Holmes: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). Back in 1906, Maurice Leblanc (creator of the original Lupin) wrote a short story where Lupin met Sherlock Holmes. Due to Doyle's legal protests, Leblanc changed the name to "Herlock Sholmes" (although this has been corrected in more recent publications of his work). This first "crossover" was followed by several other stories using the alternate name and the two even met once more in a recent video game called "Sherlock Holmes versus Arsène Lupin."

So here we are, over a century later, and Anime has done what it will with the obscure remains of classical literature (God I love Japan).

Very great if you've seen any of the two series. They pretty much nailed all the jokes that needed to happen. Zenigata's reaction to Conan's tranquilizer was fantastic :lol: Even if the styles clash horribly, there's enough here to forgive it. In fact, the clashing styles is kind of what made this fun to watch; it gave them an opportunity to make fun of each series.
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littleAni

December 9th 2009 (4 years and 10 months and 13 days)
This movie made me want to watch the Lupin III movies and series.
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y0j1m80

January 24th 2010 (4 years and 8 months and 28 days)
i have to admit i was pretty proud when some japanese chicks said i look just like lupin. kudo's my favorite though.
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ShotgunNinja

February 16th 2010 (4 years and 8 months and 6 days)
» Starblaster
It's funny...but this has kind of already happened...kinda...

Lupin III is derived from the literary character of Arsène Lupin (his grandfather) who was also a "gentleman thief," as it were. Detective Conan is a big fan of the character of Sherlock Holmes and strives to be like him (which is why he chooses the name Conan for himself, after the author of Sherlock Holmes: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). Back in 1906, Maurice Leblanc (creator of the original Lupin) wrote a short story where Lupin met Sherlock Holmes. Due to Doyle's legal protests, Leblanc changed the name to "Herlock Sholmes" (although this has been corrected in more recent publications of his work). This first "crossover" was followed by several other stories using the alternate name and the two even met once more in a recent video game called "Sherlock Holmes versus Arsène Lupin."

So here we are, over a century later, and Anime has done what it will with the obscure remains of classical literature (God I love Japan).

Very great if you've seen any of the two series. They pretty much nailed all the jokes that needed to happen. Zenigata's reaction to Conan's tranquilizer was fantastic :lol: Even if the styles clash horribly, there's enough here to forgive it. In fact, the clashing styles is kind of what made this fun to watch; it gave them an opportunity to make fun of each series.


That's brilliant. I love both Lupin the III (you don't get much more classic badass than the original opening) and Detective Conan (I have fond memories of watching that when I was younger). Keep up the good work, BakaBT!
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RaivuJoe42

March 8th 2010 (4 years and 7 months and 15 days)
;~; unable to open torrent file. Is this a problem with my Utorrent or the file itself?
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RaivuJoe42

March 8th 2010 (4 years and 7 months and 15 days)
;~; unable to open torrent file. Is this a problem with my Utorrent or the file itself?
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cpeppito

June 6th 2010 (4 years and 4 months and 17 days)
sweet!  can't believe i missed this till now!   two of my favorite anime series/characters together.   Can never get enough of Lupin, but almost get too much conan though, had to stop after episode 150 (there's like almost 600, good lawd).  But i was waiting for this, thanks for the up!

:thumbsup:
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HatedGreat

August 5th 2010 (4 years and 2 months and 18 days)
My first download on the new version of BoxTorrents.  I can't believe I was sleeping on this.  Thanks.
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bulletzone7

October 26th 2010 (3 years and 11 months and 27 days)
:-) mose seed pls .. :thumbsup: fans of detective conan..
hi buddies there can i Download detective conan series English dub and have seeds also?  :-/
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Fuyumi-Aya

December 1st 2010 (3 years and 10 months and 22 days)
Huh??  Whaa..?  eet... a... nee... *point point*  THIS MAKE LITTLE TO NO SENSE.  MUST DOWNLOAD.

CROSSOVER  *flail flail*
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CRxTRDUDE

January 15th 2011 (3 years and 9 months and 7 days)
Agreeing with Starblaster! Very cool movie!
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firedaemon88

March 30th 2011 (3 years and 6 months and 24 days)
Nice! Lupin and Conan are my favorites. This movie is just great!  :thumbsup:
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brunoais (Developer - Moderator)

March 30th 2011 (3 years and 6 months and 24 days)
Oh YEAH! Great movie! I wanted to see more conan vs Lupin (it had little about that subject). Either way I just fell on the floor and rofl great time during this movie :thumbsup:. This is great stuff!!! And has awsome comedy! I say 9/10 (needed more conan vs lupin for a 10/10).

Are there any news about a 2nd movie with this or maybe a series? (even if it's a long shot as this is a TV special)
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OniSamurai

April 25th 2011 (3 years and 5 months and 28 days)
» cpeppito
two of my favorite anime series


» cpeppito
but almost get too much conan though, had to stop after episode 150


So you got almost a quarter of the way through one of your favorite series until you had too much?

"Oh my favorite Anime series ever? Probably Code Geass. Yeah, but I'm only on the first season, episode 5."

Granted, DC has a hell of a lot more episodes, but being your favorite Anime you'd figure you couldn't get enough. I started watching DC a few months ago for the first time and I'm currently at ep 156 and 3 movies down. I can see myself watching the whole series though. Somehow the exact repetitive formula stays addicting to me.
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genegenie

June 3rd 2011 (3 years and 4 months and 20 days)
Man, I wasn't even aware this existed until like a minute ago.


:smile: :smile: :smile: :thumbsup: :love:
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Kakashisan

June 18th 2011 (3 years and 4 months and 5 days)
This was quite a nice arangement they represented both of them quite equally and I think they captured what it would be like for the two of them to meet. Not to mention who would be better for a coop movie than Connan and Lupin.
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RikuMasamune

July 27th 2011 (3 years and 2 months and 28 days)
I once in awhile came across an error while watching this, some times the audio went ahead of the movie and the subs were too slow. It was first noticed when Conan was on his skateboard and on another scene towards the end and the credits. Maybe my computer can't handle blueray....  
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Thrace Vega

August 23rd 2011 (3 years and 2 months and 13 hours)
» Starblaster
It's funny...but this has kind of already happened...kinda...

Lupin III is derived from the literary character of Arsène Lupin (his grandfather) who was also a "gentleman thief," as it were. Detective Conan is a big fan of the character of Sherlock Holmes and strives to be like him (which is why he chooses the name Conan for himself, after the author of Sherlock Holmes: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). Back in 1906, Maurice Leblanc (creator of the original Lupin) wrote a short story where Lupin met Sherlock Holmes. Due to Doyle's legal protests, Leblanc changed the name to "Herlock Sholmes" (although this has been corrected in more recent publications of his work). This first "crossover" was followed by several other stories using the alternate name and the two even met once more in a recent video game called "Sherlock Holmes versus Arsène Lupin."

So here we are, over a century later, and Anime has done what it will with the obscure remains of classical literature (God I love Japan).

Very great if you've seen any of the two series. They pretty much nailed all the jokes that needed to happen. Zenigata's reaction to Conan's tranquilizer was fantastic :lol: Even if the styles clash horribly, there's enough here to forgive it. In fact, the clashing styles is kind of what made this fun to watch; it gave them an opportunity to make fun of each series.


See Hidan no Aria. One of the main characters is a descendant of Holmes, and a pro/an/tagonist is the daughter of Lupin III and Fujiko Mine.
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marcrollins

September 14th 2011 (3 years and 1 month and 9 days)
Great quality and aside from a few spelling mistakes the subtitles were also great.
I thoroughly enjoyed the film and have been a longtime fan of both series; this was a great mish-mash of two completely different shows.
They did a great job.
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Vampiro666

September 17th 2011 (3 years and 1 month and 5 days)
Huge fan of Lupin and a fan of Detective Conan. Watched this last night and enjoyed it. Like another poster said I have to get my hands on more Lupin movies and shows. Thanks.