Ace Attorney Filler List

Ace Attorney Filler List is a guide where we can see chapter by chapter if it is a canonical chapter for the original story, or if it is a filler chapter.

Ace Attorney Filler List


Ace Attorney

Ace Attorney is a Manga and Anime series, in many occasions these series differ in some points of their story between the Manga (Comic) and the Anime (Cartoon), since usually filler is added in the anime to give time to the Manga to advance in the original story.

📝 Ace Attorney Filler Guide Manga and Anime

With Ace Attorney Filler Guide you will be able to know exactly which chapters of Ace Attorney are canonical and which are filler, and go directly to the content you are most interested in:

Manga Canon Episodes Mixed Canon / Filler Episodes Filler Episodes Anime Canon Episodes
13, 30, 34-36, 38 1-12, 14-29, 31-33, 37, 39-47

⚠️ Ace Attorney Filler List and Order to Watch

Here is the complete list of Ace Attorney chapters in order to watch them and with their corresponding filler chapters marked in case you want to skip those non-canonical parts of the story.

Number Name Type Date
1 The First Turnabout Anime Canon 02/04/2016
2 Turnabout Sisters – 1st Trial Anime Canon 09/04/2016
3 Turnabout Sisters – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 16/04/2016
4 Turnabout Sisters – Last Trial Anime Canon 23/04/2016
5 Turnabout Samurai – 1st Trial Anime Canon 30/04/2016
6 Turnabout Samurai – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 07/05/2016
7 Turnabout Samurai – Last Trial Anime Canon 14/05/2016
8 Turnabout Goodbyes – 1st Trial Anime Canon 21/05/2016
9 Turnabout Goodbyes – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 28/05/2016
10 Turnabout Goodbyes – 3rd Trial Anime Canon 04/06/2016
11 Turnabout Goodbyes – 4th Trial Anime Canon 11/06/2016
12 Turnabout Goodbyes – Last Trial Anime Canon 18/06/2016
13 Turnabout Promise Filler 25/06/2016
14 Reunion and Turnabout – 1st Trial Anime Canon 09/07/2016
15 Reunion and Turnabout – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 16/07/2016
16 Reunion and Turnabout – 3rd Trial Anime Canon 23/07/2016
17 Reunion and Turnabout – Last Trial Anime Canon 30/07/2016
18 Turnabout Big Top – 1st Trial Anime Canon 06/08/2016
19 Turnabout Big Top – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 13/08/2016
20 Turnabout Big Top – Last Trial Anime Canon 20/08/2016
21 Farewell, My Turnabout – 1st Trial Anime Canon 03/09/2016
22 Farewell, My Turnabout – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 10/09/2016
23 Farewell, My Turnabout – 3rd Trial Anime Canon 17/09/2016
24 Farewell, My Turnabout – Last Trial Anime Canon 24/09/2016
25 The Lost Turnabout Anime Canon 06/10/2018
26 The Stolen Turnabout – 1st Trial Anime Canon 13/10/2018
27 The Stolen Turnabout – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 20/10/2018
28 The Stolen Turnabout – 3rd Trial Anime Canon 27/10/2018
29 The Stolen Turnabout – Last Trial Anime Canon 03/11/2018
30 Sound the Turnabout Melody Filler 10/11/2018
31 Recipe for Turnabout – 1st Trial Anime Canon 17/11/2018
32 Recipe for Turnabout – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 24/11/2018
33 Recipe for Turnabout – Last Trial Anime Canon 01/12/2018
34 Northward, Turnabout Express – 1st Trial Filler 08/12/2018
35 Northward, Turnabout Express – 2nd Trial Filler 15/12/2018
36 Northward, Turnabout Express – Last Trial Filler 22/12/2018
37 Turnabout Memories Anime Canon 19/01/2019
38 Hear the Waves of Turnabout Filler 26/01/2019
39 Turnabout Beginnings – 1st Trial Anime Canon 02/02/2019
40 Turnabout Beginnings – Last Trial Anime Canon 09/02/2019
41 Bridge to the Turnabout – 1st Trial Anime Canon 16/02/2019
42 Bridge to the Turnabout – 2nd Trial Anime Canon 23/02/2019
43 Bridge to the Turnabout – 3rd Trial Anime Canon 02/03/2019
44 Bridge to the Turnabout – 4th Trial Anime Canon 09/03/2019
45 Bridge to the Turnabout – 5th Trial Anime Canon 16/03/2019
46 Bridge to the Turnabout – 6th Trial Anime Canon 23/03/2019
47 Bridge to the Turnabout – Last Trial Anime Canon 30/03/2019

🧐What is Ace Attorney: Anime and Manga?

The first Ace Attorney game was released in 2001 and became a cult classic among Nintendo DS fans. Since then, the series has expanded with five main games, two spin-off titles (Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth and Phoenix Wright vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney), an anime adaptation called Gyakuten Saiban (meaning “Turn-Based Trial”) that ran for 26 episodes from 2001 to 2003, a live-action movie starring Takayuki Yamada as Ryuuichi Naruhodou, and several manga adaptations.

🕵️‍♂️ Phoenix Wright

Phoenix is the main character of Ace Attorney. He is a defense attorney living in the United States. He has been learning to be a good lawyer since he was 8 years old, when his father died and he took over his job as a lawyer, as his father did before him. In Ace Attorney: Justice for All (the second game), it is revealed that Phoenix has several siblings: Trucy Wright (his daughter) and Apollo Justice (his son). He also has an older sister named Maya Fey who assists him in cases sometimes by channeling spirits or investigating at the Novelty Theater.

🕵️‍♀️ Mia Frey

Mia was Phoenix’s mentor when he was starting out as a lawyer until she died while defending her client Matt Engarde from murder charges at age 27 in “Justice for All.” She is also known as one of the best female lawyers to ever practice law in the United States. Mia was played by Samantha Stevens during the second season of the anime series “Ace Attorney”, which takes place after the 4 games have been released so far, but before Apollo becomes an official lawyer, instead of just being under supervision from the age of 20-21.

⁉️ The meaning of Attorney

Attorney is a term for a lawyer in the United States, but it is more specific than that. In the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and other Commonwealth countries such as India and Pakistan (but not in South Africa), an attorney is someone who specializes in civil law and not criminal law. The word “lawyer” can also refer to someone who represents another party in a court of law, such as a defendant’s lawyer or a plaintiff’s lawyer.

If you’re curious about what your profession would be called if it were legal terminology, here are some examples:

  • A person who helps small businesses manage their finances might be called an accountant or bookkeeper; both are types of accountants because they do similar things. The difference between them comes down to their title (or “profession”) and how much money they make on average per year.