Oscar's body is missing, girls are being kidnapped all over the world and Lupin still hasn't made good on his threat to steal Fujiko Mine. There's only one thing to do: It's time to pay a visit to one Count Luís Yu Almeida.
A recent string of particularly flashy thefts has been tied to Fujiko Mine, who seems to have taken to sending written warnings to the police just like Lupin does. But if you ask Inspector Zenigata, something smells fishy about the whole thing.
Count Almeida has a job for Lupin, and he's not about to take no for an answer. When Lupin and Zenigata both separately make their way to the Count's villa seeking answers, the trail of clues leads to a ghost town with just one inhabitant.
A fortune-teller supposedly able to predict his clients' deaths is for some reason seeking out Lupin's prior victims and giving them some very disturbing readings. What's the connection to Fujiko Mine, and how far will she go to see this job through?
Fujiko infiltrates a Catholic girls' school and sets about stealing all the maidens' hearts to pave the way for an even bigger theft. But Oscar knows exactly what she's up to, and he's got a plan to stop her.
Using her womanly wiles, Fujiko convinces Lupin to retrieve the legendary Laughing Peacock from an Egyptian pyramid. However, the seemingly simple job turns into a fierce race when Jigen sets his sights on the treasure too.
She's always getting in trouble, but she may give you a square deal. She's always sharing everything, except for every steal. Even a lowly samurai is quick to see the appeal. How do you solve a problem like Fujiko Mine?
A war is going down between the Italian and Chinese mafias, and Fujiko ends up in the middle of it. A mysterious bodyguard named Daisuke Jigen stands at the heart of the matter, but who knows whose side he's really on?