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Detective Conan Movie 21 Blocked Screening

Detective Conan Philippines goes to Director’s Club!

Detective Conan Movie 21 Blocked Screening
(A DCPH Mini Event)

Source: ODEX Private Limited

A pre registration with DCPH is required to participate on this Blocked Screening.

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Sakura Gathering 2017: Every Fan’s Dream Get-Together

Detective Conan fans from all over the place gathered together to enjoy this whole day of fun and exciting activities. Of course, the games, the mysteries and the singing is back. What made this gathering so much better is that there are more fans who gathered this time, there are artists and shops who came and exhibited their work, and we got more time to be friends with each other.


What I love the most about this fandom is that everyone is just willing to be friends with everyone! I feel that we are more than just fans, we are a family. And thanks to everyone who has been doing their best, the event was indeed, successful.


Activities included the classic mystery-solving, where everyone battled their wits out to see who can outsmart the given case. There was also a flattering Karaoke contest where the participants get to sing their favorite Detective Conan song. Abigail was lucky and talented enough to win the title.


Soon, an intense battle of sack race determined which team is the most competitive. Despite the minor mishaps, it was all but a healthy competition and everyone managed to still walk away from the field with a smile on their face.


Who could forget how the cosplayers were able to strut their costumes during the cosplay competition? Nikita was undeniably the runaway winner (according to the audience) with her rendition of Vermouth from the Black Organization.


And of course, everyone experience the “hanami” feels with all the sakura petals and tea-drinking by the afternoon.


Prizes and freebies for this event is not your average joe. Sure, there were prizes such as posters, stickers and novelty items but some of the prizes given away this afternoon were movie tickets to the much anticipated Movie 21: The Crimson Love Letter. Another prize is a scholarship for Module 101 on Animation from SEACAT, our partner; and that’s not only for one fan, BUT TWO who are willing to take on animation to a whole new level. But one particular prize shocked everyone in a good way, and that is TWO tickets for Japan! It includes roundtrip airfare and lodging, and everyone was rooting for it.

People also enjoyed the displays of manga and toy collection of one of our members and biggest supporters, Laila.

In between the activities, everyone dropped by the artist’s booth to snag some cool souvenir from our exhibitor artists Flyhy Sky and China. I was also lucky enough to showcase some of my personal projects and DCPH Founder Ruffa also displayed original and official DCPH stickers.


Truly it was a day to be remembered. Although some slips happen like me losing my obi (I was so pissed that I cannot wear my yukata), everyone was still all smiles at the end of the event. We have been receiving good feedback and that’s how we are sure that we can continue to make events like these possible in the future.


And of course, after all the stressin’ and enjoyin’, everyone who stayed for the after-party was able to enjoy the pool!

Thanks to everyone who joined us in the fantastic event. Watch out for our mini-events like the Block Screening of Movie 21 at SM Megamall and more!

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Miss The Second Gathering

For everyone who has been following this website, I am sure you probably knew what happened in the previous fan gathering. This year is going to be totally different, as it is much bigger and much better than last year’s.

Here are the top ten reasons why you should not miss this one fantastic event.


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Mhakkie: On cosplaying the West sweetheart Kazuha Toyama

In today’s cosplay feature, let’s get to know the cute Kazuha Toyama cosplayer from our first gathering: Mhakkie.

Mhakkie started becoming a fan of Detective Conan when her youngest brother’s nanny told her to watch the new anime on Local TV. She said it would be really interesting for Mhakkie because she loved detective and mystery stories.

© Alec Egido

After watching Detective Conan, she was definitely hooked! From then on, Detective Conan has been in her top anime list. She started as just a casual fan, watching episodes on local TV when it’s available. As time passed by, she was able to catch up with the episodes and her love for the anime grew stronger. Mhakkie watched other Mystery-themed animes but, for her, nothing has that “oompf factor” that Detective Conan has.

© Chops Bardos

Mhakkie started attending events back in 2006 with her friend. It was then that she got introduced into the world of cosplay. She found that it was really fun watching characters from your favorite shows/games come to life.

That time, she was really into Naruto and she really wanted to try cosplaying Tenten who is her favorite. Soon, they went to a convention in UST the same year where they, fortunately, met a cosplayer who told them about an upcoming convention the following month and that’s when they finally decided that they would push through with cosplaying. Genin Tenten was her first cosplay.

©Leo Tagulao

For Mhakkie, cosplay is a fun and challenging hobby. “You get to discover a lot of things about yourself. It may be a skill in drawing, painting, sewing or even building! You also get to meet other people who have the same interests and even be friends with outside of cosplay. [I met my bestfriend on that same convention where I first cosplayed]”

She considers the best thing about cosplay is to give life to your favorite character. “I may not have as much time and chance to cosplay now but I still haven’t given up on this wonderful craft. Who says you’re too old to play dress up?”
You can get to know more about her works when you follow her World Cosplay account.

[Shogakukan Asia] Gosho Aoyama – Detective Conan speed drawing & interview

 

 

 

REPOST:

Detective Conan fans! Check out this speed drawing of Detective Conan’s Shinichi Kudo — by none other than its comic author Gosho Aoyama-sensei himself!

And while you’re at it, check out all of the Detective Conan comics we’ve published: http://shogakukan.asia/detective-conan…/

#ShogakukanAsia #DetectiveConan#CaseClosed

 

 

Source: Shogakukan Asia

Riyu: On cosplaying Kaito Kid

On today’s cosplay feature, let us look at Riyu and his Kaito Kid cosplay

Let’s admit it, Kaito Kid is one of Detective Conan’s most coveted shonen. Girls in the Conanverse like him, and he also has a huge following to the fans in real life. For Riyu, Kaito Kid fits him the most because of his shonen look and physique.

Riyu became a Detective Conan fan because of its airing in the Local TV in the 90s. He was captivated by its episodes and gets chills and excitement while watching. I can definitely say that a lot of us can relate to that feeling. Sometimes, it’s also hard to stop watching them online.

© Riyu

Riyu started cosplaying after trying it just for “wear-something” gimmick. He shares the joy of seeing people loving the way he portrays the character. This special feeling makes him happy and proud of his cosplay.

© Riyu

Riyu cosplays for fun. He always loved bringing justice to his favorite characters. For him, “Cosplay is just a hobby yet it brings happiness to me,” and I couldn’t agree with him more.

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Catch Riyu’s other cosplay projects on Facebook and his page. He is also on Twitter so you can follow him. Next week, stay tuned for our next cosplay feature!

Celty Kishitani: On Cosplay and Detective Conan

It is fun and weird to be writing about yourself on a fan page website. Hahaha! But I have to get through it!
Starting today, we will be featuring Detective Conan cosplayers from the Philippines. And I thought, since I am getting into this already, why not start with myself?

The first event where I cosplayed was ToyCon 2011. It was not a very good Misa Amane cosplayer, but everyone knows who I am. And since then, I just started cosplaying because bringing your favorite characters to life is fun and that feeling is very special.

In Detective Conan universe, I have cosplayed Conan Edogawa himself on Ozine Fest 2014 Day 2. It was fun and I tagged along a group of Kuroko no Basuke cosplayers.

Me making Aomine sleep (Aomine cosplay by Bon)

I also tried cosplaying Ai Haibara, but never debuted her in an event.

And just last year, on Detective Conan PH Gathering of the Detectives, I cosplayed as Sonoko Suzuki, along with other DCPH cosplayers.

It has been quite a journey for me as a cosplayer, but I am definitely not stopping. Cosplaying for me, is one of my artistic avenues, and I am a strong advocate of cosplay for all, not just for those who has money. You can be a cosplayer by working hard every step of the way. Don’t be sad if your cosplay is not there yet, there is always room for improvement. Remember, every cosplayer had to start somewhere, too.

I love Detective Conan so much, it is very dear to my heart. It is one of the few animes that I am a solid fan of, has a cool collection of merch and figures and still watch as of this day.

Anyway, if you are interested with what I do, I share all of my work in my blog, my Twitter, my tumblr and my YouTube Channel. You can also follow me on Facebook.

Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport – what a long name!

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Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport

And so, today I’ll introduce you to the Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport! This is quite old news and I am sure this is not your first time hearing about this airport. But today I would like to bring you some pictures of the airport!

Tottori City, the capital of Tottori Prefecture, is located in western Japan, along the coast of the Sea of Japan. Tottori is famous for its sand dunes, which cover over THIRTY SQUARE KILOMETRES (wow!) of coast to the north of the city centre. And in this prefecture, there is an airport that is named after its sand dunes and well, Conan! Isn’t that amazing?

So on the way to the airport, you can see this sign:

with conan

So eye-catching! I would definitely not miss the airport now!

And when you reach the airport…

Tottori sand dunes conan airport!

This is the airport entrance… WOW.

And trust me that when you enter the airport…

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