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Lupin III Part 6

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Before Watching Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20, Here is Everything You Need To Know:

Lupin the Third Part 6 (Japanese: ルパン三世 PART6, Hepburn: Rupan Sansei Pāto Shikkusu) is an ongoing Japanese anime television series in the Lupin the Third franchise, produced at TMS Entertainment and directed by Eiji Suganuma and written by Takahiro Ōkura. It is the seventh television anime series adaptation of Monkey Punch’s Lupin III manga series, following 2018’s Part 5. The series premiered on October 2021.

Synopsis Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

The infamous Arsene Lupin III takes his gang of thieves to Great Britain to investigate the existence of the Raven’s hidden treasure. The Raven, an underground society rumored to be pulling the strings behind the British government, has evaded Lupin’s grasp for nearly 10 years. But finding clues proves difficult when he is pursued by not only Interpol’s Inspector Kouichi Zenigata but also the MI6, Scotland Yard, and Britain’s finest: the consulting detective Sherlock Holmes, who appears to have his own score to settle with the gentleman thief.

Plot Summary Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

After Sherlock’s long time partner Watson was murdered, the top suspect of the murder happens to be the gentleman thief himself Lupin III. In order to prove his innocence, Lupin must hunt down the shadowy organization known as the Raven if he wants to live to steal another day.

Premise Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

The series features gentleman thief Lupin III contending with detective Sherlock Holmes when Lupin becomes the top suspect in the murder of the former’s longtime partner, Dr. Watson. Lupin is also after a treasure hidden by The Raven, a mysterious organization that manipulates the British government from the shadows.

Prouction Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

Lupin the Third Part 6 is produced at TMS Entertainment and directed by Eiji Suganuma, who previously directed the Lupin TV special Prisoner of the Past in 2019.[5] It is written by Takahiro Ōkura with character design by Hirotaka Marufuji. The series will feature scripts from guest writers like Mamoru OshiiMasaki TsujiTaku AshibeKanae Minato, and Akio Higuchi.

 The series was announced by TMS on May 26, 2021, and premiered with an Episode 12 on October 10, 2021 on Nippon TV and other NNS networks, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary celebration of the anime, with Part I having premiered on October 24, 1971. On August 20, 2021, Sentai Filmworks licensed the series for home video and streaming. It is streamed on HIDIVE.

Staff Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

Suganuma, Eiji
Suganuma, Eiji
Director
Monkey Punch
Monkey Punch
Original Creator
Oono, Yuuji
Oono, Yuuji
Music
Marufuji, Hirotaka
Marufuji, Hirotaka
Character Design

Opening Theme Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

“THEME FROM LUPIN III 2021” by Yuji Ohno & Lupintic Six with Friends

Ending Theme Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

“MILK TEA “ by Akari Dritschler

Alternative Names Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

Lupin Sansei Part 6 (Japanese)
Lupin the Third: Part VI
ルパン三世 PART6 (Japanese)

Official Website Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20:

Lupin III Part 6

Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

List of Characters Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

This is a list of characters from the Lupin III franchise, created by Monkey Punch. Monkey Punch’s original manga differs significantly compared to the family-friendly anime adaptations through its explicit depictions of sex and violence, with the characters also differing as a result. For instance, Arsène Lupin III and his famous gang, beautiful Fujiko Mine, cool triggerman Daisuke Jigen and samurai Goemon Ishikawa XIII, rarely work together in the manga but are nonetheless an inseparable team in the various anime.

 

Main Characters Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Arsène Lupin III (Japanese: ルパン三世, Hepburn: Rupan Sansei) 

is the grandson of Arsène Lupin. He is the world’s most wanted thief and a genius mastermind. He is an expert in making schemes and plots to steal precious objects that are heavily guarded and seemingly impossible to be stolen. He sometimes appears incompetent, but mostly as a charade to catch his opponents off guard. While he has been arrested and thrown in jail on a number of occasions, he has always managed to break out. He also has a fondness for fancy gadgets from time to time. His infatuation with women, and Fujiko Mine in particular, is perhaps his biggest weakness, as it often lands him in undesirable situations. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Daisuke Jigen (次元 大介Jigen Daisuke

is Lupin’s marksman. He can perform a 0.3-second quick-draw and shoots with amazing accuracy. He is often seen having a used cigarette clenched in between his teeth. His weapons of choice are revolvers and pistols, but he is also proficient in the use of other firearms, such as machine guns, sniper rifles, and anti-tank rifles. In the opening of the PlayStation 2 video game, Treasure of the Sorcerer King, Jigen assembles his handgun from composite parts and fires a shot through a door with 100% accuracy before an enemy can finish turning the doorknob. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Goemon Ishikawa XIII (十三代目 石川 五ェ門Jūsan-daime Ishikawa Goemon

is a thirteenth-generation descendant of the renegade samurai Ishikawa Goemon. He has a sword called Ryusei (流星Ryūsei), known in the anime as Zantetsuken (斬鉄剣), which can cut through almost anything. The Zantetsuken is usually used to cut inanimate objects, which Goemon considers unworthy of his blade. Objects cut by Zantetsuken will fall apart a couple of seconds after he sweeps through them with his blade. He is usually quiet and participates in Lupin’s exploits less frequently than Jigen. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Fujiko Mine (峰 不二子Mine Fujiko

is an intelligent and crafty thief who will use her feminine charms to get what she wants from any man. She is also an expert when it comes to firearms and even rivals Lupin when it comes to her burglary and disguise skills. Fujiko is sometimes an associate in his schemes, sometimes a rival, knowing full well that his infatuation with her will mean that he will forgive her for double-crossing him at times. She will also routinely make deals with Zenigata or Lupin’s current enemy in an attempt to gain her freedom or to hopefully gain a piece of the loot he is after. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Inspector Zenigata (銭形警部Zenigata-keibu), full name Koichi Zenigata (銭形 幸一Zenigata Kōichi)

is a police inspector working for the ICPO. He has made it his mission in life to arrest Lupin. Zenigata is based on a famous Japanese crime-fighting character named Zenigata Heiji. While usually portrayed as competent but slow at deductions in the various anime, Zenigata’s character in the manga is a very clever and crafty adversary to Lupin. In addition, despite trying to kill each other in the manga on numerous occasions, Lupin and Zenigata never take these opportunities in the anime, even saving each other’s life on more than one occasion. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Side Characters Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Melon Kiichi (メロン奇一Meron Kiichi), usually referred to as “Melon Cop” (刑事メロンKeiji Meron)

is Zenigata’s assistant in the manga series Shin Lupin III (known in English as Lupin III: World’s Most Wanted). His skills include decryption and handcuff-tossing. Unlike Zenigata, Melon prefers using deadly force to stop Lupin and his gang.By the end of the series he is largely reduced to secondary character status, appearing only rarely, and simply to help Zenigata fight Lupin. Melon also seems to be capable of facing Lupin without Zenigata’s help, fully defeating him on several occasions, only to have Lupin escape with the help of Jigen or Fujiko. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Episode 12 of the second anime series adapts Melon Cop’s first appearance, albeit with key differences. Zenigata goes to France to capture Lupin where he is assigned a partner, Melon Ganimard (ガニマール・メロンGanimāru Meron), a female detective and the granddaughter of Inspector Ganimard, a rival of the original Arsène Lupin. She also appears in Episode 12 of Lupin the 3rd Part V. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Rebecca Rossellini (レベッカ・ロッセリーニRebekka Rosserīni)

also known as Rebecca Lupin, is a major protagonist in the Lupin the 3rd Part IV anime series. She is a wealthy Sammarinese businesswoman, heiress, model, actress, and athlete from San Marino who legally marries Lupin after meeting him at a party. She secretly leads a double life as a thief, committing daring heists for the sheer adrenaline rush. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

The marriage is revealed to be a mere ruse, with Rebecca tricking Lupin in order to use him as a distraction while she steals a valuable crown for her own thrill and entertainment. Later in the series, she starts to actually fall in love with him and asks to keep Mrs. Lupin name as a secret code between them. Rebecca also appears in the final episode of Lupin the 3rd Part V, helping Lupin against the shady IT conglomerate Shake Handz. She is voiced by Yukiyo Fujii in Japanese and by Cassandra Lee Morris in English. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Ami Enan (アミ・エナンAmi Enan)

is a young computer expert and a major protagonist in the Lupin the 3rd Part V anime series. Her main gadget is a cybernetic computer link-up system called “Underworld” which she wears in place of earrings. Ami was kidnapped at the age of 6 by child pornographers; but after they discovered her tech skills when she created a computer game by herself, they realized that using those skills would be more lucrative than pornography for them. She created the payment system for the darknet market site Marco Polo, but at the age of 14 escaped and hid in the Twin Towers, a complex with one tower above ground and one deep below the water. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Albert d’Andrésy (アルベール・ダンドレジー)

introduced in Lupin the 3rd Part V, is a member of France’s Central Directorate of the Judicial Police who was originally Lupin’s partner in crime. Albert is referenced by Lupin as the “man who abandoned Lupin” since Albert left thievery for a more lucrative path in the government with ambitions of controlling France.

Posing as their mentor Gaston, Albert tricks Lupin in acquiring a copy of black notebook detailing corruption and scandals in the French government. However, he is forced to side with Lupin when the notebook fell into the hands of assassins working for presidential candidate Calvess. He would play a role in taking down ShakeHands by convincing the world governments to declare it a terrorist organization and recruits Enzo’s partner Ling to aid him in his rise to power.

Albert is shown to be gay, depicted in his debut episode alongside his boyfriend, a photographer named Tickey Pasco. He is voiced by Kenjiro Tsuda in Japanese, and by Kaiser Johnson in English. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Lieutenant Oscar (オスカー警部補Osukā Keibuho

is Zenigata’s young assistant in The Woman Called Fujiko Mine anime series. Born in France, Oscar has an androgynous appearance drawing comparisons to the character of the same name from the shōjo manga The Rose of Versailles.  He is not only extremely loyal to Zenigata but fosters romantic feelings for him as well. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

Antagonists of Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20

  • Paikaru (パイカルPaikaru), “Pycal” in the anime’s English subtitles, is a magician who uses tricks to pass as an invulnerable pyrokinetic in chapter seven of the original manga. Lupin is recruited to protect a woman from Paikaru but fails due to the magician’s bulletproof body and flame-throwing finger. However, she hands what the magician seeks off to Lupin, leading to a final showdown between the two. This story was adapted into episode two of the first anime series and the character also appears in the OVAs Return of the Magician and Is Lupin Still Burning?

 

  • The Rat Clan (ネズミ一族Nezumi Ichizoku) are a criminal organization that opposes Lupin in several chapters of the manga. They first appear in chapter 31 trying to assassinate Lupin. Fujiko is seen working with them on several occasions. They also appear in episodes 3 and 21 of Lupin the 3rd Part V.
  • Linda (リンダRinda) and Rachika (ラチカRachika) are sisters in chapter 32 of the manga who have been trying to kill each other for some time. Each has part of a treasure map tattooed on their back, which the other needs to locate the treasure. This story was adapted into Episode 12 of the second anime, with Linda renamed Anita (アニタAnita) and Rachika’s name Romanized as “Latica” in the English dub.

 

  • Kyosuke Mamou (魔毛 狂介Mamō Kyōsuke) is a man from the future who travels through time in a time machine he created. In chapter 80 he attempts to kill Lupin III and every Lupin who ever existed because his father was killed by Lupin the 33rd. This story was adapted into Episode 12 of the first anime and the character also appears in the Elusiveness of the Fog TV special and Is Lupin Still Burning?.
  • Ataginez (タガニーゼTaganīze) is a classical music conductor and composer who tries to kill Lupin, Jigen, and Goemon. He is the main antagonist of chapters 108 and 109 of the original manga. His conducting in the composition “The Funeral March of Lupin III” gives his assassins orders on how to attack and kill Lupin. Ataginez turns out to be Zenigata in disguise; his name being the detectives in reverse.

This story was adapted into Episode 12 of the second anime with the character named Kyoransky Momanitt (モーマニット・キョウランスキーMōmanitto Kyouransukī), the conductor of The International Philharmonic Orchestra, although he is not Zenigata in disguise. He is able to hypnotize people with his diamond-studded conductor’s baton and holds a particular grudge against Lupin.

  • Mister X (ミスターXMisutā Ekkusu) is the leader of an evil and resourceful organization called Scorpion. Since his debut in the first episode of the first anime, he is obsessed with killing Lupin. He returns in the first episode of the second anime as a cyborg, and as a Lupin look-alike in a later episode.
  • Doctor Zell (ドクター・ゼルDokutā Zeru) is a Nazi experimental scientist and the main antagonist of episodes 50 and 51 of the second anime.
  • Fantômas Mark III (ファントマ・マークIII) is the grandson of the criminal mastermind Fantômas. In Episode 12 of the second anime his organization tries to flood the world by melting the South Pole ice cap. He returns in Episode 12 of the same series to try to get revenge on Lupin.
  • The Mysterious Gang of Five (謎の五人衆Nazo no Goninshū) are a group of five Japanese thieves who decide to steal from Lupin and his gang. They are the main antagonists of episodes 55 and 56 of the second anime.
  • Mamo (マモーMamō) is an ancient being of immense knowledge and wealth, bent on discovering the secret of eternal life. He is the main antagonist of The Mystery of Mamo film. He also appears briefly in one scene of the film Jigen’s Gravestone.
  • Count Lazare d’Cagliostro (グラフ・ラザール・ド・カリオストロGurafu Razāru do Kariosutoro), titled the Count Cagliostro (カリオストロ伯爵Kariosutoro Hakushaku), is the main antagonist of The Castle of Cagliostro film. He is based on a real-life count of the same name, who lived during the French Revolution and was thought to set the civil war off.
  • Count Luis Yu Almeida (ルイス・勇・アルメイダ伯爵Ruisu Isamu Arumeida Hakushaku) is an owl-inspired mad scientist who owns the Fiction 500 pharmaceutical organization, Glaucus Pharmaceuticals. Along with Owl of Minerva and Aisha, he is the main antagonist of The Woman Called Fujiko Mine.
  • Nyx (ニクスNikusu) is an MI6 agent trained in hand-to-hand combat and made to experience echolocation, in order to better track down, wanted criminals. His real name is Justin Person and is married with three children. While he begins as an antagonist, he later betrays MI6 in order to defeat the reincarnated Leonardo Da Vinci. He primarily appeared in Lupin the 3rd Part IV.
  • Leonardo da Vinci (レオナルド・ダ・ヴィンチReonarudo da Vu-inchi) is the primary antagonist of Lupin the 3rd Part IV. He is a fully-formed clone of the great Italian Renaissance thinker created by MI6. Utilizing his famous inventions and intellect combined with the technology of the modern era, he seeks to bring about a new stage of humanity. His goal is to collect the “New Apostles”, a group of individuals he sees as representative of humanity’s strengths.
  • Enzo Bron (エンゾ・ブロンEnzo Buron) is the primary antagonist of Lupin the 3rd Part V. As the founder of the Shake Handz Corporation and CEO of social media platform PeopleLog, he oversees the operation of tracking down Lupin using the site’s users as his evidence collectors. The site claims to know a person’s entire life story and can be used to track people and reveal their secrets. Initially, the goal of PeopleLog was to find his daughter Ami, but this changes to finding Lupin as a test of the app’s ability. His ultimate goal is to reveal the secrets of hundreds of heads of state, throwing the world into chaos and wiping entire countries off the map.

 

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Review of Lupin III Part 6 Episode 20 ‒ Episode 12 (Oct 25, 2021)

Now that the outlandish opening fireworks have died down (well mostly, this episode still makes time at the beginning for stunts like Zenigata driving a police car sideways up a flight of stairs after Lupin), Part 6 can take some time to more fully detail some of its current context to us.

It turns out there’s a fair amount to cover, as, like any good mystery story, the seeds for this one reach further back into the characters’ pasts than just the opening segments we’ve seen so far. And also like any good mystery story, a lot of the information was there for us to speculate on already, with some of what we’re told here being confirmation of what we could have extrapolated ourselves.

The first point to cover is a follow-up on the climactic moment that links the previous episode with this one: Holmes and Lily’s visceral reactions to seeing Lupin. As figured, Holmes’s old ‘cherished partner’ John Watson is dead, Lily is his surviving daughter, and Lupin had something to do with the death. Of course, mystery-writing 101 means it’s almost certain that Lupin’s role in Watson’s killing isn’t as clear-cut as the visions we see make it look, and even the specific wording Holmes and Lupin use regarding the event acknowledge that.

The lynchpin of the event that keeps the bad blood boiling between detective and crook seems to be Lily herself, who’s been stricken with a bout of repressed traumatic memories, which now appear to be returning at the exact speed the plot is going to unfold. As a mechanic for the overarching story, this is a fundamentally functional choice, even if it means poor Lily has little to do as a character at this point, and the whole deal in London is left seemingly put on hold at the end of this episode so Lupin and the gang can head out for some more conventional one-off capers.

Much as I love those kinds of classical Lupin plots, it definitely comes off a bit disappointing to be ducking into them so early, given the tantalizing leads this episode deigns to give us. The basic reasoning for Lupin and Holmes’s feud works at that baseline level, but the storytelling around it in this episode spices up its presentation effectively.

My favorite detail comes with the pointed contrast the show already knows it has to make between Holmes and Zenigata, as detectives in a rivaled chase for the same criminal: Zenigata is content to bide his time and wait for Lupin to make his move as he always does so he can go after the thief then, while Holmes takes the proactive approach, using his famous deductive skills to track the gang down with near-supernatural efficiency.

That also informs the different motivations of the detectives, since Zenigata, for all his long-nurtured hang-ups on Lupin, still pursues him mostly out of professional obligation, while Holmes has that much more vengeful focus on the famous thief.

The informational backstory we get on the historical context for both Holmes and Lupin’s rivalry, as well as the treasure being pursued in London that brought everyone here in the first place, does come off a bit more rote than the well-rendered personal affectations.

To be sure, it’s a neat revelation that the ‘Holmes’ we’re seeing here is in fact a successor to the named mantle of the famous detective, and there’s definitely something cheeky about Lupin’s crack about not knowing how his line of succession works, given that we only barely got a few hints about Lupin’s own succession of nomenclature back in Part 5. But apart from the necessary info there, that’s mostly all it comes off as Cheeky.

It gets to a point that it nearly trips into overt self-gratification when the script sees fit to throw in references to the characters’ encounters with ‘Holmes III’ back in Lupin the 3rd Part 2 in an effort to paper over any possible continuity snarls. I genuinely appreciate Lupin the 3rd‘s awareness of its canon it’s taken care of within recent decades, but bits like that can come off a bit too much like wiki-article check-marking that this kind of story doesn’t necessarily need.

At least we also get some basic information on the treasure of ‘The Raven’ that everyone’s after, with its noted status as ‘a treasure that can control an entire nation’ providing some neat context for why Albert might have been after it.

A longstanding franchise like Lupin understands the overall dynamics of storytelling though, so this episode smartly closes out after that info-dumping by showing us what a renowned threat Holmes actually is, to the point that Lupin himself would rather withdraw for the time. It’s a bit that almost seems to be over-selling Holmes at times, as we get to watch how he can out-fight Goemon, out-shoot Jigen, and even out-charm Fujiko.

It is over-the-top, but this is a franchise that has always worked best when it was demonstrating larger-than-life characters, so making sure we know early on how Holmes is on that level means his overarching presence in this series has some weight.

At this point, he feels less like a natural integration into Lupin’s universe the way Ami and Albert were in Part 5, and more like a disruptive interloper. Out of the gate, that’s done a good job allotting Part 6 its own ‘feel’ as a series, which makes me extra curious as to how it’ll handle what looks like a more standard globetrotting Lupin the 3rd caper next week.

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LUPIN THE 3rd PART 6, Lupin III: Part VI, Lupin Sansei Part VI, ルパン三世 PART6
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Status: Ongoing Studio: Released: 2021 Duration: 22 min. per ep. Season: Country: Type: TV Episodes: 24 Fansub: anime1st Censor: Uncensored
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Before Watching Lupin III Part 6, Here is Everything You Need To Know:

Lupin the Third Part 6 (Japanese: ルパン三世 PART6, Hepburn: Rupan Sansei Pāto Shikkusu) is an ongoing Japanese anime television series in the Lupin the Third franchise, produced at TMS Entertainment and directed by Eiji Suganuma and written by Takahiro Ōkura. It is the seventh television anime series adaptation of Monkey Punch's Lupin III manga series, following 2018's Part 5. The series premiered on October 2021.

Synopsis Lupin III Part 6:

The infamous Arsene Lupin III takes his gang of thieves to Great Britain to investigate the existence of the Raven's hidden treasure. The Raven, an underground society rumored to be pulling the strings behind the British government, has evaded Lupin's grasp for nearly 10 years. But finding clues proves difficult when he is pursued by not only Interpol's Inspector Kouichi Zenigata but also the MI6, Scotland Yard, and Britain's finest: the consulting detective Sherlock Holmes, who appears to have his own score to settle with the gentleman thief.

Plot Summary Lupin III Part 6:

After Sherlock’s long time partner Watson was murdered, the top suspect of the murder happens to be the gentleman thief himself Lupin III. In order to prove his innocence, Lupin must hunt down the shadowy organization known as the Raven if he wants to live to steal another day.

Premise Lupin III Part 6:

The series features gentleman thief Lupin III contending with detective Sherlock Holmes when Lupin becomes the top suspect in the murder of the former's longtime partner, Dr. Watson. Lupin is also after a treasure hidden by The Raven, a mysterious organization that manipulates the British government from the shadows.

Prouction Lupin III Part 6:

Lupin the Third Part 6 is produced at TMS Entertainment and directed by Eiji Suganuma, who previously directed the Lupin TV special Prisoner of the Past in 2019.[5] It is written by Takahiro Ōkura with character design by Hirotaka Marufuji. The series will feature scripts from guest writers like Mamoru OshiiMasaki TsujiTaku AshibeKanae Minato, and Akio Higuchi.  The series was announced by TMS on May 26, 2021, and premiered with an episode 0 on October 10, 2021 on Nippon TV and other NNS networks, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary celebration of the anime, with Part I having premiered on October 24, 1971. On August 20, 2021, Sentai Filmworks licensed the series for home video and streaming. It is streamed on HIDIVE.

Related Anime to Lupin III Part 6:

Staff Lupin III Part 6:

Suganuma, Eiji
Suganuma, Eiji
Director
Monkey Punch
Monkey Punch
Original Creator
Oono, Yuuji
Oono, Yuuji
Music
Marufuji, Hirotaka
Marufuji, Hirotaka
Character Design

Opening Theme Lupin III Part 6:

"THEME FROM LUPIN III 2021" by Yuji Ohno & Lupintic Six with Friends

Ending Theme Lupin III Part 6:

"MILK TEA " by Akari Dritschler

Alternative Names Lupin III Part 6:

Lupin Sansei Part 6 (Japanese)
Lupin the Third: Part VI
ルパン三世 PART6 (Japanese)

Official Website Lupin III Part 6:

[caption id="attachment_10366" align="aligncenter" width="500"]Lupin III Part 6 Lupin III Part 6[/caption]

List of Characters Lupin III Part 6

This is a list of characters from the Lupin III franchise, created by Monkey Punch. Monkey Punch's original manga differs significantly compared to the family-friendly anime adaptations through its explicit depictions of sex and violence, with the characters also differing as a result. For instance, Arsène Lupin III and his famous gang, beautiful Fujiko Mine, cool triggerman Daisuke Jigen and samurai Goemon Ishikawa XIII, rarely work together in the manga but are nonetheless an inseparable team in the various anime.  

Main Characters Lupin III Part 6

Arsène Lupin III (Japanese: ルパン三世, Hepburn: Rupan Sansei)  is the grandson of Arsène Lupin. He is the world's most wanted thief and a genius mastermind. He is an expert in making schemes and plots to steal precious objects that are heavily guarded and seemingly impossible to be stolen. He sometimes appears incompetent, but mostly as a charade to catch his opponents off guard. While he has been arrested and thrown in jail on a number of occasions, he has always managed to break out. He also has a fondness for fancy gadgets from time to time. His infatuation with women, and Fujiko Mine in particular, is perhaps his biggest weakness, as it often lands him in undesirable situations. Lupin III Part 6 Daisuke Jigen (次元 大介Jigen Daisuke is Lupin's marksman. He can perform a 0.3-second quick-draw and shoots with amazing accuracy. He is often seen having a used cigarette clenched in between his teeth. His weapons of choice are revolvers and pistols, but he is also proficient in the use of other firearms, such as machine guns, sniper rifles, and anti-tank rifles. In the opening of the PlayStation 2 video game, Treasure of the Sorcerer King, Jigen assembles his handgun from composite parts and fires a shot through a door with 100% accuracy before an enemy can finish turning the doorknob. Lupin III Part 6 Goemon Ishikawa XIII (十三代目 石川 五ェ門Jūsan-daime Ishikawa Goemon is a thirteenth-generation descendant of the renegade samurai Ishikawa Goemon. He has a sword called Ryusei (流星Ryūsei), known in the anime as Zantetsuken (斬鉄剣), which can cut through almost anything. The Zantetsuken is usually used to cut inanimate objects, which Goemon considers unworthy of his blade. Objects cut by Zantetsuken will fall apart a couple of seconds after he sweeps through them with his blade. He is usually quiet and participates in Lupin's exploits less frequently than Jigen. Lupin III Part 6 Fujiko Mine (峰 不二子Mine Fujiko is an intelligent and crafty thief who will use her feminine charms to get what she wants from any man. She is also an expert when it comes to firearms and even rivals Lupin when it comes to her burglary and disguise skills. Fujiko is sometimes an associate in his schemes, sometimes a rival, knowing full well that his infatuation with her will mean that he will forgive her for double-crossing him at times. She will also routinely make deals with Zenigata or Lupin's current enemy in an attempt to gain her freedom or to hopefully gain a piece of the loot he is after. Lupin III Part 6 Inspector Zenigata (銭形警部Zenigata-keibu), full name Koichi Zenigata (銭形 幸一Zenigata Kōichi) is a police inspector working for the ICPO. He has made it his mission in life to arrest Lupin. Zenigata is based on a famous Japanese crime-fighting character named Zenigata Heiji. While usually portrayed as competent but slow at deductions in the various anime, Zenigata's character in the manga is a very clever and crafty adversary to Lupin. In addition, despite trying to kill each other in the manga on numerous occasions, Lupin and Zenigata never take these opportunities in the anime, even saving each other's life on more than one occasion. Lupin III Part 6

Side Characters Lupin III Part 6

Melon Kiichi (メロン奇一Meron Kiichi), usually referred to as "Melon Cop" (刑事メロンKeiji Meron) is Zenigata's assistant in the manga series Shin Lupin III (known in English as Lupin III: World's Most Wanted). His skills include decryption and handcuff-tossing. Unlike Zenigata, Melon prefers using deadly force to stop Lupin and his gang.By the end of the series he is largely reduced to secondary character status, appearing only rarely, and simply to help Zenigata fight Lupin. Melon also seems to be capable of facing Lupin without Zenigata's help, fully defeating him on several occasions, only to have Lupin escape with the help of Jigen or Fujiko. Lupin III Part 6 Episode 28 of the second anime series adapts Melon Cop's first appearance, albeit with key differences. Zenigata goes to France to capture Lupin where he is assigned a partner, Melon Ganimard (ガニマール・メロンGanimāru Meron), a female detective and the granddaughter of Inspector Ganimard, a rival of the original Arsène Lupin. She also appears in episode 23 of Lupin the 3rd Part V. Lupin III Part 6 Rebecca Rossellini (レベッカ・ロッセリーニRebekka Rosserīni) also known as Rebecca Lupin, is a major protagonist in the Lupin the 3rd Part IV anime series. She is a wealthy Sammarinese businesswoman, heiress, model, actress, and athlete from San Marino who legally marries Lupin after meeting him at a party. She secretly leads a double life as a thief, committing daring heists for the sheer adrenaline rush. Lupin III Part 6 The marriage is revealed to be a mere ruse, with Rebecca tricking Lupin in order to use him as a distraction while she steals a valuable crown for her own thrill and entertainment. Later in the series, she starts to actually fall in love with him and asks to keep Mrs. Lupin name as a secret code between them. Rebecca also appears in the final episode of Lupin the 3rd Part V, helping Lupin against the shady IT conglomerate Shake Handz. She is voiced by Yukiyo Fujii in Japanese and by Cassandra Lee Morris in English. Lupin III Part 6 Ami Enan (アミ・エナンAmi Enan) is a young computer expert and a major protagonist in the Lupin the 3rd Part V anime series. Her main gadget is a cybernetic computer link-up system called "Underworld" which she wears in place of earrings. Ami was kidnapped at the age of 6 by child pornographers; but after they discovered her tech skills when she created a computer game by herself, they realized that using those skills would be more lucrative than pornography for them. She created the payment system for the darknet market site Marco Polo, but at the age of 14 escaped and hid in the Twin Towers, a complex with one tower above ground and one deep below the water. Lupin III Part 6 Albert d'Andrésy (アルベール・ダンドレジー) introduced in Lupin the 3rd Part V, is a member of France's Central Directorate of the Judicial Police who was originally Lupin's partner in crime. Albert is referenced by Lupin as the "man who abandoned Lupin" since Albert left thievery for a more lucrative path in the government with ambitions of controlling France. Posing as their mentor Gaston, Albert tricks Lupin in acquiring a copy of black notebook detailing corruption and scandals in the French government. However, he is forced to side with Lupin when the notebook fell into the hands of assassins working for presidential candidate Calvess. He would play a role in taking down ShakeHands by convincing the world governments to declare it a terrorist organization and recruits Enzo's partner Ling to aid him in his rise to power. Albert is shown to be gay, depicted in his debut episode alongside his boyfriend, a photographer named Tickey Pasco. He is voiced by Kenjiro Tsuda in Japanese, and by Kaiser Johnson in English. Lupin III Part 6 Lieutenant Oscar (オスカー警部補Osukā Keibuho is Zenigata's young assistant in The Woman Called Fujiko Mine anime series. Born in France, Oscar has an androgynous appearance drawing comparisons to the character of the same name from the shōjo manga The Rose of Versailles.  He is not only extremely loyal to Zenigata but fosters romantic feelings for him as well. Lupin III Part 6

Antagonists of Lupin III Part 6

  • Paikaru (パイカルPaikaru), "Pycal" in the anime's English subtitles, is a magician who uses tricks to pass as an invulnerable pyrokinetic in chapter seven of the original manga. Lupin is recruited to protect a woman from Paikaru but fails due to the magician's bulletproof body and flame-throwing finger. However, she hands what the magician seeks off to Lupin, leading to a final showdown between the two. This story was adapted into episode two of the first anime series and the character also appears in the OVAs Return of the Magician and Is Lupin Still Burning?
 
  • The Rat Clan (ネズミ一族Nezumi Ichizoku) are a criminal organization that opposes Lupin in several chapters of the manga. They first appear in chapter 31 trying to assassinate Lupin. Fujiko is seen working with them on several occasions. They also appear in episodes 3 and 21 of Lupin the 3rd Part V.
  • Linda (リンダRinda) and Rachika (ラチカRachika) are sisters in chapter 32 of the manga who have been trying to kill each other for some time. Each has part of a treasure map tattooed on their back, which the other needs to locate the treasure. This story was adapted into episode 31 of the second anime, with Linda renamed Anita (アニタAnita) and Rachika's name Romanized as "Latica" in the English dub.
 
  • Kyosuke Mamou (魔毛 狂介Mamō Kyōsuke) is a man from the future who travels through time in a time machine he created. In chapter 80 he attempts to kill Lupin III and every Lupin who ever existed because his father was killed by Lupin the 33rd. This story was adapted into episode 13 of the first anime and the character also appears in the Elusiveness of the Fog TV special and Is Lupin Still Burning?.
  • Ataginez (タガニーゼTaganīze) is a classical music conductor and composer who tries to kill Lupin, Jigen, and Goemon. He is the main antagonist of chapters 108 and 109 of the original manga. His conducting in the composition "The Funeral March of Lupin III" gives his assassins orders on how to attack and kill Lupin. Ataginez turns out to be Zenigata in disguise; his name being the detectives in reverse.
This story was adapted into episode 79 of the second anime with the character named Kyoransky Momanitt (モーマニット・キョウランスキーMōmanitto Kyouransukī), the conductor of The International Philharmonic Orchestra, although he is not Zenigata in disguise. He is able to hypnotize people with his diamond-studded conductor's baton and holds a particular grudge against Lupin.
  • Mister X (ミスターXMisutā Ekkusu) is the leader of an evil and resourceful organization called Scorpion. Since his debut in the first episode of the first anime, he is obsessed with killing Lupin. He returns in the first episode of the second anime as a cyborg, and as a Lupin look-alike in a later episode.
  • Doctor Zell (ドクター・ゼルDokutā Zeru) is a Nazi experimental scientist and the main antagonist of episodes 50 and 51 of the second anime.
  • Fantômas Mark III (ファントマ・マークIII) is the grandson of the criminal mastermind Fantômas. In episode 53 of the second anime his organization tries to flood the world by melting the South Pole ice cap. He returns in episode 73 of the same series to try to get revenge on Lupin.
  • The Mysterious Gang of Five (謎の五人衆Nazo no Goninshū) are a group of five Japanese thieves who decide to steal from Lupin and his gang. They are the main antagonists of episodes 55 and 56 of the second anime.
  • Mamo (マモーMamō) is an ancient being of immense knowledge and wealth, bent on discovering the secret of eternal life. He is the main antagonist of The Mystery of Mamo film. He also appears briefly in one scene of the film Jigen's Gravestone.
  • Count Lazare d'Cagliostro (グラフ・ラザール・ド・カリオストロGurafu Razāru do Kariosutoro), titled the Count Cagliostro (カリオストロ伯爵Kariosutoro Hakushaku), is the main antagonist of The Castle of Cagliostro film. He is based on a real-life count of the same name, who lived during the French Revolution and was thought to set the civil war off.
  • Count Luis Yu Almeida (ルイス・勇・アルメイダ伯爵Ruisu Isamu Arumeida Hakushaku) is an owl-inspired mad scientist who owns the Fiction 500 pharmaceutical organization, Glaucus Pharmaceuticals. Along with Owl of Minerva and Aisha, he is the main antagonist of The Woman Called Fujiko Mine.
  • Nyx (ニクスNikusu) is an MI6 agent trained in hand-to-hand combat and made to experience echolocation, in order to better track down, wanted criminals. His real name is Justin Person and is married with three children. While he begins as an antagonist, he later betrays MI6 in order to defeat the reincarnated Leonardo Da Vinci. He primarily appeared in Lupin the 3rd Part IV.
  • Leonardo da Vinci (レオナルド・ダ・ヴィンチReonarudo da Vu-inchi) is the primary antagonist of Lupin the 3rd Part IV. He is a fully-formed clone of the great Italian Renaissance thinker created by MI6. Utilizing his famous inventions and intellect combined with the technology of the modern era, he seeks to bring about a new stage of humanity. His goal is to collect the "New Apostles", a group of individuals he sees as representative of humanity's strengths.
  • Enzo Bron (エンゾ・ブロンEnzo Buron) is the primary antagonist of Lupin the 3rd Part V. As the founder of the Shake Handz Corporation and CEO of social media platform PeopleLog, he oversees the operation of tracking down Lupin using the site's users as his evidence collectors. The site claims to know a person's entire life story and can be used to track people and reveal their secrets. Initially, the goal of PeopleLog was to find his daughter Ami, but this changes to finding Lupin as a test of the app's ability. His ultimate goal is to reveal the secrets of hundreds of heads of state, throwing the world into chaos and wiping entire countries off the map.
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Review of Lupin III Part 6 ‒ Episode 2 (Oct 25, 2021)

Now that the outlandish opening fireworks have died down (well mostly, this episode still makes time at the beginning for stunts like Zenigata driving a police car sideways up a flight of stairs after Lupin), Part 6 can take some time to more fully detail some of its current context to us. It turns out there's a fair amount to cover, as, like any good mystery story, the seeds for this one reach further back into the characters' pasts than just the opening segments we've seen so far. And also like any good mystery story, a lot of the information was there for us to speculate on already, with some of what we're told here being confirmation of what we could have extrapolated ourselves. The first point to cover is a follow-up on the climactic moment that links the previous episode with this one: Holmes and Lily's visceral reactions to seeing Lupin. As figured, Holmes's old 'cherished partner' John Watson is dead, Lily is his surviving daughter, and Lupin had something to do with the death. Of course, mystery-writing 101 means it's almost certain that Lupin's role in Watson's killing isn't as clear-cut as the visions we see make it look, and even the specific wording Holmes and Lupin use regarding the event acknowledge that. The lynchpin of the event that keeps the bad blood boiling between detective and crook seems to be Lily herself, who's been stricken with a bout of repressed traumatic memories, which now appear to be returning at the exact speed the plot is going to unfold. As a mechanic for the overarching story, this is a fundamentally functional choice, even if it means poor Lily has little to do as a character at this point, and the whole deal in London is left seemingly put on hold at the end of this episode so Lupin and the gang can head out for some more conventional one-off capers. Much as I love those kinds of classical Lupin plots, it definitely comes off a bit disappointing to be ducking into them so early, given the tantalizing leads this episode deigns to give us. The basic reasoning for Lupin and Holmes's feud works at that baseline level, but the storytelling around it in this episode spices up its presentation effectively. My favorite detail comes with the pointed contrast the show already knows it has to make between Holmes and Zenigata, as detectives in a rivaled chase for the same criminal: Zenigata is content to bide his time and wait for Lupin to make his move as he always does so he can go after the thief then, while Holmes takes the proactive approach, using his famous deductive skills to track the gang down with near-supernatural efficiency. That also informs the different motivations of the detectives, since Zenigata, for all his long-nurtured hang-ups on Lupin, still pursues him mostly out of professional obligation, while Holmes has that much more vengeful focus on the famous thief. The informational backstory we get on the historical context for both Holmes and Lupin's rivalry, as well as the treasure being pursued in London that brought everyone here in the first place, does come off a bit more rote than the well-rendered personal affectations. To be sure, it's a neat revelation that the 'Holmes' we're seeing here is in fact a successor to the named mantle of the famous detective, and there's definitely something cheeky about Lupin's crack about not knowing how his line of succession works, given that we only barely got a few hints about Lupin's own succession of nomenclature back in Part 5. But apart from the necessary info there, that's mostly all it comes off as Cheeky. It gets to a point that it nearly trips into overt self-gratification when the script sees fit to throw in references to the characters' encounters with 'Holmes III' back in Lupin the 3rd Part 2 in an effort to paper over any possible continuity snarls. I genuinely appreciate Lupin the 3rd's awareness of its canon it's taken care of within recent decades, but bits like that can come off a bit too much like wiki-article check-marking that this kind of story doesn't necessarily need. At least we also get some basic information on the treasure of 'The Raven' that everyone's after, with its noted status as 'a treasure that can control an entire nation' providing some neat context for why Albert might have been after it. A longstanding franchise like Lupin understands the overall dynamics of storytelling though, so this episode smartly closes out after that info-dumping by showing us what a renowned threat Holmes actually is, to the point that Lupin himself would rather withdraw for the time. It's a bit that almost seems to be over-selling Holmes at times, as we get to watch how he can out-fight Goemon, out-shoot Jigen, and even out-charm Fujiko. It is over-the-top, but this is a franchise that has always worked best when it was demonstrating larger-than-life characters, so making sure we know early on how Holmes is on that level means his overarching presence in this series has some weight. At this point, he feels less like a natural integration into Lupin's universe the way Ami and Albert were in Part 5, and more like a disruptive interloper. Out of the gate, that's done a good job allotting Part 6 its own 'feel' as a series, which makes me extra curious as to how it'll handle what looks like a more standard globetrotting Lupin the 3rd caper next week.

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