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The Detective Is Already Dead Episode 13: Release Date & Watch Online

The Detective Is Already Dead Episode 13 is expected to be released soon. Fans are excited about its upcoming episode.

The Detective Is Already Dead is one of the most popular Japanese Anime series which was first aired on July 4, 2021. It is based on the Japanese light novel which has been written by Nigojū and is illustrated by Umibōzu. Five volumes have been released by the Media Factory’s MF Bunko J imprint. A manga adaptation has also appeared in Media Factory’s magazine Monthly Comic Alive.

Everything you need to know about the show

The story revolves around a boy Kimihiko Kimizuka who is portrayed as a child who always seems to get in trouble like being forced into a flash mob while walking peacefully, getting involved in an intra-world transaction between drug dealers, or reaching a crime scene and ending up being a prime suspect for the same.

One day, he was kidnapped and forced into an international plane to carry a suitcase to be delivered to a certain location. On the plane, he met a woman who claimed herself to be Siesta, the legendary detective. He was then forced to be Siesta’s sidekick. He has solved many cases and but he gets annoyed every time someone calls him detective; after all, his detective is no longer alive.

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The Detective Is Already Dead Episode 13 Release Date

It’s release date is not yet confirmed. Although we know The Detective Is Already Dead Episode 12 is scheduled to be released on 19 September 2021 and episode 13 is expected to be released soon.

The Detective Is Already Dead Episode 13

Where to watch?

You can stream it on Funimation and Netflix.

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