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Detective Conan. At a press conference, he announces his plan to gather all seven of the known Van Gogh's Sunflowers paintings around the world for a grand exhibition.
The venue would be a purpose-built gallery in Japan known as "Lake Rock", which boasts of iron-clad security and protection of the art pieces against fire, damaging humidity, sunlight, etc.
The announcement is broadcast live worldwide, watched by Conan and Haibara. Jirokichi also announces the engagement of seven specialists, whom he called the "Seven Samurai", to oversee the exhibition and protect the Sunflowers:.
Suddenly, a card is thrown on the platform, which has the insignia of the legendary phantom thief, Kaitou Kid.
Kid makes his presence known, causing mass panic by firing his card gun. Inspector Charlie chases Kaitou Kid and surrounds him, but Kid is still able to escape using a flare bomb.
Conan is particularly intrigued by Kid's sudden interest in masterpiece paintings, as his interests had previously been limited to gemstones.
Ran, Conan and his friends, Kogoro, Inspector Nakamori, Agasa and others arrive at the Haneda airport to receive them. A bomb detonates near the cargo compartment of the plane and the recently purchased painting flies away.
Shinichi jumps off the plane and saves the painting. It is revealed that Shinichi Kudo is none other than Kaitou Kid himself in disguise suprise suprise didn't see that one coming.
The police and Conan spot Kid flying away with the painting, while the plane is in danger of crashing. This triggers chaos at the airport.
Conan locates Kid on the terrace but Kid merely smirks and leaves. Conan finds out that Kid left the painting on the roof of a building.
The plane safely lands and there are no casualties. The painting is retrieved by Conan who was mystified by Kid's actions as Kid never did any actions that could potentially harm anyone, and suspects a "fake Kid".
The painting is examined and is found to be unharmed. Inspector Charlie brands Kid as a ruthless murderer and terrorist, to which Sonoko objects as she, like many others is a fan of Kid.
Meanwhile, a Kid card arrives, saying he would be stealing van Gogh's second painting. Conan happenes to be at the art gallery where the second painting is, and as he went off when he heard news about Kid, he put Haibara in charge of the other kids.
Haibara then resumes a talk with an old woman who came to the art gallery every day to see van Gogh's painting.
As the Seven Samurai are securing the painting, another Kid card appears, hinting that the painting was already stolen ahead of time and was replaced with a replica.
Conan is surprised as Kid never lied about the time of his thefts. Tricked by it, Jirokichi orders the painting to be reexamined.
Natsumi is unable to determine if the painting is real or fake and asks to take the painting to their workshop.
One of the security guards puts a Kid card in Jirokichi's pocket and is reveals himself as Kaitou Kid. Kid steals the painting and is chased by Conan and Charlie.
But Kid once more outwits them and escapes. This again puzzles Conan, because Kid had never demanded money and had always returned stolen goods.
The money, in cash, is placed in an isolated room with only the art gallery's director present. Conan finds that the pressure in the room was increasing, as the water in a bottle in the room seemed to have increased, even though the director had drunk from it.
Conan and Charlie storm the room, and Kid who appears at that room escaped, though the painting is intact.
Kid had also anonymously contacted the media to witness the escapade. Jirokichi announces that the seven paintings would remain exhibiting on schedule, though Jirokichi is threatened with another Kid's card and Phosphine.
Inspector Charlie resolves to show no mercy against Kid, and intends to kill him. On the day of the exhibition, Kid once more impersonates Shinichi, and attends the exhibition.
He leaves another Kid card with an enigmatic message. Conan discovers it and realises that it is a cryptic warning related to the Last Supper and its betrayer.
Conan understands that Kid is warning that one of the Seven Samurai is the culprit behind these incidents. As soon as Kid's presence is discovered, Jirokichi orders the gallery be evacuated and asks Inspector Nakamori to perform a background check on the Seven Samurai, while Charlie pursues Kid.
Suddenly, the power system fails and a fire breaks out. Nakamori identifies that Koji Azuma had previously killed his twin brother when the newly discovered painting was recovered from Arles.
Azuma confesses, but denies being the culprit in the present incident. In the fierce fire, two of the paintings are left to burn.
Kid saves one of the paintings. Conan arrives to see Kid desperately trying to save the other painting whose security system has been jammed.
Kid and Conan, with Ran's help, are able to activate the security mechanism and put the painting to safety while the gallery is collapsing.
In a desperate bid to put out the inferno, Kid detonates a bomb which breaks the water tank and douses the fire.
Ran is knocked unconscious. Kid takes Ran and flees along with Conan. Kid tells Conan that he was aware of the culprit's plans to destroy the paintings when he hacked into her computer.
Conan realises that Kid is innocent. The building threatens to collapse, so Conan requests Kid to save Ran and leave. Kid reluctantly agrees and breaks out of the building and leaves Ran near a lake.
Jirokichi inspects the paintings and discovers that the second painting is missing. Conan, using Shinichi's voice, then contacts everyone and concluded that Natsumi Miyadai is the true culprit.
He reveals to everyone that all this while, Kaitou Kid was aware who the culprit was all along and was constantly thwarting her plans.
In New York Kid had caused chaos so that Jirokichi would tighten the security of the paintings, preventing Natsumi to carry her plans.
Kid had impersonated Shinichi and accompanied the group to Japan to ensure that the painting was safely transported.