Fandom: Detective Conan
Bad Guy: Gin
Disclaimer: Own Detective Conan, I do not. Own the characters, Gosho Aoyama does. Making money off them, I am not. Borrow and write about them, I merely do. Talk like Yoda, I must.
Summary: The Black Organization had a very extensive library.
Contrary to popular belief, Gin was actually an avid reader. When he was younger and just starting out in the Syndicate, he had discovered the library. Once he had realized the other kinds of books they had in there, he had found himself rather stuck in the place, amidst the massive stacks of volumes.
There were the usual classics of great literature, both Japanese and foreign. There were manuals and technical guides and how-to instruction booklets of various types. There were even some children’s books. Gin had paged through one of them: Sister Bear Makes a New Friend—a 35mm Semi-Automatic. He found it quite charming.
But the books intended for adult members were even more fascinating. Hiding the Body had always been one of his favorites, along with Building a Bomb Out of Things You Have Around the House. He had taken many a great lesson from those two works over the years.
As he had grown into his Syndicate role, he had found even more things to read in there. He had taken great pleasure in Taking Over the World One Poor Dead Sap at a Time, and he had disagreed greatly with a few of the techniques suggested in Breaking Your Enemies for Fun and Profit! He often consulted No Gun? No Problem! for when he just wanted some variety or when he could afford a more theatrical approach.
Yes, Gin loved the library. Now he sat in one of the chairs and perused his newest reading selection, Tracking Your Traitor: How to Get a Gun to Her Head Without Even Trying.
PS. I think I had a different point in here somewhere, but I lost it. So we’ll go with this. What other books do you think would be in the Syndicate’s library? I think Gin wrote one at some point, entitled How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Handgun. Thanks for reading, all! Much love!