Kaito Kid Strikes again, and this time, he is after a mysterious Russian egg in the possession of the Suzuki Corporation. With both the police force and Mori Kogoro protecting the egg, Kaito Kid was able to steal it with ease; but unexpectedly, a dangerous assassin name Scorpion blew Kaito Kid out of the skies by shooting at his right eye. What is so special about this egg, and why is Scorpion killing everyone revolving this case? Conan Edogawa must solve the mystery while hiding his true identity from Ran.
In 1918, the Romanov family was killed... or was it? Lupin III has discovered that they in fact faked their death, bribing individuals with part of their vast family fortune: five hundred tons of gold! In search of this veritable mother load, Lupin follows clues provided by an obscure book called 'The Ransom of King Romanov” and finds himself at the infamous and impenetrable Bank of Liberty. If Lupin manages to pull this caper off, he will find himself in conflict with both the mafia and the megalomaniac Rasputin, descendant of the Romanov's advisor; dangerous adversaries to be sure, but just another day in the life of Lupin III, thief extraordinaire!
Both Lupin III: From Russia With Love and Detective Conan: The Last Magician of the Century both revolve around treasures linked to the Russian Royal Family and Rasputin. If you liked this element of one, along with the treasure hunting aspect and obscure clues to its whereabouts, then you may well enjoy the other.