Today's anime news is about Detective Conan Manga and Animax Asia Broadcast on Jio TV

By Sonu | Jan 23, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


The first news is about 270 million copies of the Detective Conan manga are in print worldwide Global sales of Detective Conan (Meitantei Conan) manga by Gosho Aoyama have reached 270 million copies, according to a report published on Thursday by the Japanese entertainment news website Real Sound (including copies not sold). On September 15, Japan received the 102nd compilation book volume of the manga.

In October 2021, the same month that the manga’s 100th volume was released in Japan, there were 250 million copies of it in circulation globally. The comic was first published in 1994 by Aoyama. Along with an associated anime film series, the manga has inspired a television anime that has been airing since 1996. Detective Conan: Kurogane no Submarine (Iron Submarine), the 26th movie in the series, will debut on April 14 in Japan.

Meitantei Conan Keisatsu Gakk Hen Wild Police Story (Detective Conan: Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story), Detective Conan: Hannin no Hanzawa-san, and Detective Conan: Zero no Tea Time are three spin-off manga for the franchise that recently served as inspiration for anime adaptations.

The second news is about Animax Asia is broadcast on Jio TV by Reliance in India

This week, Animax Asia started airing on Jio TV, a service owned by Reliance. The Jio TV set-top box and mobile app have channel 444 where you can stream the channel in a linear format. Only Japanese audio without subtitles is presently offered on the channel, which is still in testing mode.

May 2020 saw the removal of Animax Asia from Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Sony LIV application. When the channel was shut down, Sony didn’t issue a formal statement. The week of the removal saw the official acquisition by KC Global Media of four Asian pay-TV networks from Sony Pictures Entertainment, including Animax Asia.

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Andy Kaplan and George Chien, former executives of Sony Pictures Television, were said to have secured a deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment for the purchase of three entertainment networks that are broadcast in South Korea and Southeast Asia, according to a January 2021 article in Variety. AXN-branded channels from the region, Animax, a network devoted to anime, and Sony One Entertainment from South Korea are among the three networks. In the final agreement, GEM, a Japanese entertainment provider, is also mentioned.

Between July 2004 and April 2017, Animax India, the Indian division of Animax Asia, broadcast on cable and DTH television. Over the course of its existence, the channel underwent a number of changes. Animax India began broadcasting all of its content in English in August 2006 and was removed from DTH systems in 2012. In April 2017, Sony Pictures Entertainment started streaming Animax Asia on the Sony LIV app at the same time that it replaced the channel with Sony Yay.

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