Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer Film's 4D Screenings Offer 'Enforcer Certificate'
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer (Meitantei Conan Zero no Shikkōnin), the 22nd film in the Detective Conan franchise, revealed the bonus items for attendees to the film's 4D screenings. Theatergoers will receive an "Enforcer Certificate from Tōru Amuro" with a special illustration from Detective Conan manga creator Gosho Aoyama.
The QR code on the certificate will let fans hear a voice message from Amuro. In addition, theatergoers will receive a set of two visual postcards with anime illustrations of Conan and Amuro. Only the first 100,000 attendees to the 4D screenings will be able to receive the bonus items.
Staff also revealed images of Amuro himself attending a 4D screening of the anime. Although he seemed surprised by the extent of the 4D effects, he reportedly enjoyed the experience.
The "4D attraction rollout" screenings will run for three weeks beginning on October 19. Attendees get to feel Amuro's car-driving skills, get wet in the rain, fly in the air, and experience other 4D effects. Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer is the second Detective Conan film to get 4D screenings after Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare, the 20th film, received the 4D treatment this past February.