Don't Move the Mona Lisa
Lupin is out of money, so he decides to steal the Mona Lisa in order to sell it. He completes his theft, but soon finds out it's a fake, since the original Mona Lisa is in the hands of a corrupt politician using it to fund his political career.
High School Undercover!
Lupin steals a precious diamond with the unique power to change the personality of anyone who looks at it, but during his escape the jewel ends up in a boy's backpack. To take it back, Lupin sneaks into the boy's high school as a new professor.
Lupin's Day Off
Lupin, Jigen and Goemon want to spend some time in the hills outside Rome, but they casually find a lost dog. The dog belongs to a rich woman who's ready to offer a big reward to anyone who will be able to bring it back to her.
The Murdering Marionette
Lupin and his team are kidnapped by Greco, who has sworn to rid the world of criminals. Trapped in a basement, they're challenged to find a way out, but are informed that one of them has been brainwashed to become Greco's personal puppet.
Dragons Sleep Soundly
Fox, a dangerous mercenary, manages to steal the "Dragon's Tail", a list of MI6's agents around the world. To get it back, Gibbons orders Nyx to retake his place in the secret service. However, Lupin is also looking for the Dragon's Tail.
From Japan with Love
Shortly after traveling to Japan Fujiko is kidnapped, and her abductor orders Lupin to steal a precious doll. They both discover that the kidnapping was a trap prepared for them by the Japanese detective Akechi Holmes, and Lupin is arrested.
While watching her last movie, Rebecca remembers when she and Lupin met for the first time. Rebecca and Robson had been kidnapped by a stalker, and Lupin, who had recently arrived in Italy, was able to save them thanks to Zenigata's help.
I'm Going to Get You, Lupin
Rebecca realizes she is in love with Lupin, and announces that she'll capture him. In the meantime, Lupin continues to break into various banks without stealing anything, and Rebecca understands that he's searching for something in particular.