An investigation team goes on a search to research about "cursed videos" from different people in Japan who have claimed to have tragic incidents involving these videos.

Honto Ni Atta! Noroi no Video - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Honto Ni Atta! Noroi no Video - List of Case Closed volumes - Netflix

Case Closed, known as Meitantei Conan (名探偵コナン, lit. Great Detective Conan, officially translated as Detective 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. Viz Media announced its licensing of the series on June 1, 2004, and following Funimation Entertainment's English localization, released the series under the name Case Closed with renamed characters. The series follows high school detective Jimmy Kudo who was transformed into a child after being forced to ingest an experimental poison. Shogakukan collected the individual chapters into tankōbon volumes in Japan. The first volume was released on June 18, 1994 and is currently on-going. In addition, Gosho Aoyama's assistants have also written and published volumes their own side stories of Case Closed. Ani-manga tankōbon based on the Case Closed films have also been released by Shogakukan with each movie cut into two parts. Viz Media licensed the manga and released the first English adapted volume on September 7, 2004. Victor Gollancz Ltd used Viz Media's translation to release the 15 volumes in the United Kingdom before ceasing publication of manga. (Viz Media has since re-released them.) On July 22, 2009, Viz Media uploaded a website containing its licensed series from Weekly Shōnen Sunday; the first chapter of Case Closed was uploaded to the website on October 21, 2009. The series has been released internationally under the name Detective Conan. The manga series is licensed for additional regional language releases by Changchun Publishing House in China; Kana in France and the Countries of Benelux (in French); Egmont Manga & Anime in Germany, Austria and Switzerland; Elex Media Komputindo in Indonesia; Star Comics in Italy;, Chingwin Publishing Group in Taiwan; Kim Dong Publishing House in Vietnam; and Planeta DeAgostini to Spanish- and Catalan-speaking countries. Egmont licensed series in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark, but dropped them either because low sales (Sweden), unknown reason (Denmark and Norway) or when Egmont closed its manga-publishing division in 2013 (Finland).

Honto Ni Atta! Noroi no Video - Manga Special Editions - Netflix

Special editions drawn by Aoyama's assistants do not belong to the main plot. Forty-two volumes have been released as of July 2017.

Honto Ni Atta! Noroi no Video - References - Netflix