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by Gosho Aoyama

eBook Case Closed, Vol. 12: Who Shanked Teddy? download ISBN: 1421504421
Author: Gosho Aoyama
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (July 18, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1585 kb
Fb2: 1654 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Manga

Case Closed, Vol. 12 book.

Case Closed, Vol. Case Closed, Vol. 12: Who Shanked Teddy? (Detective Conan nueva edición Who Shanked Teddy? Doc Agasa takes Conan and his young Junior Detective League pals to an old, abandoned mansion for a treasure hunt.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. High-school mystery fan Shin'ichi Kudo is actually one of his high school's best minds, but he gets his reality checks from his childhood friend and almost-girlfriend Ran Mori. Nothing can keep Shin'ichi from a case. 12 (Paperback). 12: Who Shanked Teddy?

Case Closed, Vol. Published July 18th 2006 by VIZ Media LLC. Paperback, 208 pages. Author(s): Gosho Aoyama. ISBN: 1421504421 (ISBN13: 9781421504421). Published June 11th 2013 by VIZ Media: Shonen Sunday. 12. Who Shanked Teddy? by Gosho Aoyama.

About Case Closed Manga Volume 1. Conan follows the trail of clues and runs smack dab into a dead old man in an attic! Who killed the old man, and more importantly, who killed teddy?

About Case Closed Manga Volume 12. Case Closed volume 12 features story and art by Gosho Aoyama. Doc Agasa takes Conan and his young Junior Detective League pals to an old, abandoned mansion for a treasure hunt. Publisher: VIZ BOOKS.

Who Shanked Teddy? Vol. Gosho Aoyama11 de junio de 2013. Conan follows the trail of clues and runs smack-dab into a dead old man in an attic! Who killed the old man, and more importantly, who killed teddy? - - VIZ Media. Ver más. Case Closed: You're History.

Case Closed, known as Meitantei Conan in Japan, is written by Gosho Aoyama and serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday. The series began its serialization on January 19, 1994. Since Case Closed's premiere, over 1000 chapters have been released in Japan, making it the 21st longest running manga series. Several adaptations based on Case Closed have been made, including an anime series and animated films. A database consisting of all the cases from the manga was launched in 2007.

Case Closed Vol. Released July 18th, 2006 by VIZ Media. Who Shanked Teddy? Ellyna Ally. What others are saying. Case Closed Reading Online Books Online Gosho Aoyama Book Outlet Conan Paperback Books Closer Detective. Read Detective Conan Chapter 139 Page 7 Online For Free. Who Shanked Teddy? Case Closed (Detective Conan) Graphic Novel 12 Manga Detective Conan Detektif Conan Magic Kaito Sherlock Holmes Gosho Aoyama Comics Case Closed Anime Riddles.

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High-school mystery fan Shin'ichi Kudo is actually one of his high school's best minds, but he gets his reality checks from his childhood friend and almost-girlfriend Ran Mori. Nothing can keep Shin'ichi from a case, until he follows a suspicious man into a park, is accosted from behind and fed a strange chemical which renders him unconscious. When he awakens, he has been transformed into a puny grade schooler! The hapless boy finds a home with eccentric inventor Professor Agasa, who searches for a cure for his condition. While he's waiting to be restored to his adolescence, Shin'ichi takes on the name Conan Edogawa (borrowed from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the last name of the famous Japanese mystery writer Edogawa Ranpo). As Conan, he plays the part of the little brother that Ran never had, and helps her incompetent private-detective father solve all of the gruesome murder mysteries that come their way.
Comments: (3)
Maucage
very good
FEISKO
This is a great book. I am a huge fan of Case Closed
Saintrius
Gosho Aoyama, Case Closed, vol. 12 (ViZ, 1994)

Three more stories, though I have to say it doesn't say a great deal about the middle one that I completely forgot about it by the next morning. First is another Junior Detective League story, and as increasingly common, it's the best of the three: Dr. Agasa invites the JDL to his uncle's house for a treasure hunt, but Conan uncovers a real mystery to be found there. In the second, Conan may have finally found a clue to the identities of the Syndicate guys who poisoned Jimmy at a gaming convention-- but the guy gets blown up before Conan can investigate. The third sees Richard Moore and co. off for a Sherlock Holmes weekend. Everything's going along smoothly when the host turns up dead, and both Conan and Harley, his rival from the east, are hard-pressed to solve the case before any of the amateur sleuths. Not bad. ***