All Lupin III released episodes
Is Lupin Burnin…?!
The Hida Speedway has been completed and Lupin is looking to take top prize at the first race. Unfortunately for him, the race is an elaborate trap designed by the Scorpion Gang; they want to kill him and elminate all criminal competition. With Zenigata watching his every move and Scorpion holding Fujiko hostage, can Lupin outmaneuver them all in his Formula-1 Ferrari?!
The Man They Called a Magician
Fujiko has stolen something from a man named Pycal, and he wants it back. Normally, Lupin would have no problem dealing with him, but Pycal can shoot flame from his hands, can walk on air, and can have bullets bounce right off of him! Can Lupin and Jigen discover Pycal's secret before it is too late?!
Farewell My Beloved Witch
A boat collision ruins Lupin and Fujiko's quiet boating expedition. They discover a woman named Linda in the other boat just as gunmen on a larger boat attack them. After avoiding the gunboat, they learn she is the assistant to a world-renowned expert in nuclear fission. She lived on an island with the doctor. Unfortunately, the island also housed the "Kirein Killers" ("Killers of the Sea").
One Chance to Breakout
Lupin and Fujiko successfully pull off a heist; that is, until Zenigata manages to shoot Lupin with a tranquilizer dart. Zenigata hauls Lupin off to jail. Despite Fujiko's best efforts, she cannot break Lupin out of prison, and Jigen provides no help claiming that Lupin can leave whenever he wants. One year passes, and Lupin's execution day draws near. Is this the end of our favorite thief?!
The Coming of Goemon the Thirteenth
Ishikawa Goemon is the thirteenth direct descendant of a famous samurai highwayman of the same name. Goemon's mentor has given him a mission; find Lupin and use his invincible sword Zantetsuken to carve Lupin into tiny pieces. Little does Goemon or Lupin know that Goemon's mentor and Fujiko are working together for other purposes. Can Lupin discover their plot and avoid becoming thief sashimi?
Rainy Afternoons Are Bad
One rainy afternoon, a man seeks Lupin's help on behalf of a young woman. The young woman turns out to be Fujiko who is naturally after a piece of jewelry. This is no ordinary piece of jewelry though. The Star of Killamanjaro diamond was implanted into the chest of a mob boss. This boss had his memory wiped but died days before it was to be restored. Now, Lupin and the gang are after the ambulance carrying the corpse and the diamond in it. Naturally, Zenigata is in charge of the ambulance and its escort. Who will get to the diamond first?
A Wolf Calls a Wolf
Three scrolls contain the secret of creating a blade like the Zantetsuken. Lupin wants to steal them as a matter of family pride. His grandfather stole them in the 19th century. Lupin's father stole from a swordsman a dagger forged using the same process. The swordsman challenged Lupin II to a duel and lost. But, he managed to steal the scrolls for himself. Now, Lupin means to steal them back but must face Goemon and Fujiko's own plans for acquiring the scrolls themselves. Who will get to the scrolls first? Can Lupin restore his family pride?
The All-Together Playing-Card Operation
Napoleon once owned a deck of fortune-telling cards. These cards have come into the hands of the millionaire known as Mr. Gold. Lupin plans to steal them during Mr. Gold's birthday party, and Zenigata plans to stop him! Lupin succeeds in stealing them, but the cards appear to have a mystic secret. Will Mr. Gold be successful in getting the cards back? And what secrets do the cards hold for Lupin and the gang?
Killer Sings the Blues
Lupin and the gang aim to steal the plans for a new computer. In their way is a man skilled with the machine gun and his hit man partner named Poon. The gang succeeds but not before Poon and Fujiko come face to face. Poon and Fujiko used to be a team in the past, but things went wrong. Poon's boss shots Fujiko before they can have a proper reunion. Lupin manages to get Fujiko back to their hideout, but she is near death. Poon and his boss follow Lupin back to their hideout and manage to oust Lupin from his hideout leaving a dying Fujiko inside. It is now a race against time as Lupin must try to save Fujiko's life. And what secret history do Fujiko and Poon share?
Lupin III is the Scooby Doo of Japan. It's easily one of the greatest anime of all time, and it's sequels, spinoffs, and movies are all of a similarly high quality. Each episode is about a different scheme that Lupin concocts either to pull off a grand heist while evading the ever-vigilante and prepared policeman, Zenigata, or to have some other fantastic caper. Paired with his compatriots Jigen the sharpshooter, Goemon the samurai, and Fujiko Mine the mysterious maiden thief, they pull off one adventure or another with style and panache. Its masterpiece cannot be compared, so just know that this one show sparked a generation of greatness in media. This is one of the founding fathers of anime.
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