History Anime / Doraemon

15th Apr '18 8:46:00 PM Synchronicity
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* AbandonedPetInABox: In one episode, Doraemon helps Nobita secretly care for a box of puppies/kittens. After some [[ItMakesSenseInContext time travel and thought process acceleration]], the two returned to find that the dogs and cats became humanoid, gained the ability to talk, and built a sophisticated civilization with high technology. Apparently, the now-humanoid dogs and cats have decided to leave the Earth to another planet because they've predicted that the Earth will be facing a world-wide disaster.
15th Apr '18 2:22:30 PM Mickoonsley19
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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: In the Toyota ReBorn [=ReBorn=] commercials, Doraemon is Creator/JeanReno instead of a robot cat.

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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: In the Toyota ReBorn [=ReBorn=] [=ReBorn=] commercials, Doraemon is Creator/JeanReno instead of a robot cat.
18th Mar '18 5:32:57 PM nombretomado
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* ForgottenPhlebotinum: One of the most {{Egregious}} examples. There are several predicaments that Doraemon and co. face that one of his gadgets that have been mentioned in previous episodes could have easily get them out but for some reason Doraemon seems to have to use the gadget that was introduced in episode they were in. One the early [[MonsterOfTheWeek gadgets of the week]] (chapter 54, "Lies Become Truths") was a beak-like toy which one could wear, and anything uttered while using it will be spontaneously proven as fact. Nobita lied that his father can shatter a huge rock with his bare hand, and then he can do it with ease. Quite frankly this should have make any other gadget Doraemon had introduced, or will ever introduce, completely and utterly obsolete. It was never mentioned again ever since. Particularly frustrating in Doraemon feature films and volume-length comics, which featured life-threatening situations.

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* ForgottenPhlebotinum: One of the most {{Egregious}} JustForFun/{{Egregious}} examples. There are several predicaments that Doraemon and co. face that one of his gadgets that have been mentioned in previous episodes could have easily get them out but for some reason Doraemon seems to have to use the gadget that was introduced in episode they were in. One the early [[MonsterOfTheWeek gadgets of the week]] (chapter 54, "Lies Become Truths") was a beak-like toy which one could wear, and anything uttered while using it will be spontaneously proven as fact. Nobita lied that his father can shatter a huge rock with his bare hand, and then he can do it with ease. Quite frankly this should have make any other gadget Doraemon had introduced, or will ever introduce, completely and utterly obsolete. It was never mentioned again ever since. Particularly frustrating in Doraemon feature films and volume-length comics, which featured life-threatening situations.
23rd Feb '18 9:49:57 AM KamonTheSkunk
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** The English dub that airs on Creator/DisneyXD can also count.

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** The English dub that airs on Creator/DisneyXD can also count. One notable example of this is that in certain episodes, Nobita or the other characters end up naked due to Doraemons' inventions or another reason. Due to catching up with the times, the only nudity from the remake is from the back, showing their butts in Japan. In the Disney XD English version however, their backsides are completely censored, despite airing other shows that will occasionally show characters naked from the back, despite having cartoons from other networks showing the same thing, albeit usually for nowhere near as long as in this show.
19th Feb '18 5:08:21 PM anime2000
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** One of the 2005 anime's notable features. Example is that Nobita starts off as plain(when he compared himself to Dekisugi). In 2005? [[http://doraemon.wikia.com/wiki/File:Nobitaeyes.png He's revealed to have]] [[WhatBeautifulEyes quite nice eyes]] under that glass.

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** One of the 2005 anime's notable features. Example is that Nobita starts off as plain(when plain (when he compared himself to Dekisugi). In 2005? [[http://doraemon.wikia.com/wiki/File:Nobitaeyes.png He's revealed to have]] [[WhatBeautifulEyes quite nice eyes]] under that glass.


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** To make his ChickMagnet status more justified, Dekisugi is more handsome in the 2005 anime (he has a better haircut) compared to his character design in the 1979 anime where he was just as plain-looking as Nobita.


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* StrawLoser: There's an episode when Nobita has a new classmate who is even more inept and hopeless than him (worse at both academics and sports). Nobita, usually the worst at everything, starts hanging out with him just to make himself look better in comparison.
16th Feb '18 11:19:32 PM nombretomado
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* TimeIsDangerous: TimeTravel is achieved by going through a tunnel-like space on your TimeMachine. Should one get knocked out of the machine and into the tunnel, one will be stranded in time. The problem is, Doraemon's time machine is basically just some futuristic devices bolted to a ''tatami'', so the risk of being thrown overboard is always there. Dorami's is safe, because it's a flower-shaped capsule. Have we mentioned that some bad guys have their own time machine, [[PimpMyRide so you can have a chase in time while you chase in time?]]

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* TimeIsDangerous: TimeTravel is achieved by going through a tunnel-like space on your TimeMachine. Should one get knocked out of the machine and into the tunnel, one will be stranded in time. The problem is, Doraemon's time machine is basically just some futuristic devices bolted to a ''tatami'', so the risk of being thrown overboard is always there. Dorami's is safe, because it's a flower-shaped capsule. Have we mentioned that some bad guys have their own time machine, [[PimpMyRide [[Series/PimpMyRide so you can have a chase in time while you chase in time?]]
5th Jan '18 11:14:29 AM annette12
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* TheAce: Dekisugi. Not only he is the smartest kid in the school, he is also relatively athletic, a NiceGuy, and is a ChickMagnet. He's even ''called'' "[[MeaningfulName Ace]]" in [[DubNameChange the Disney XD dub]].
** In the Toyota commercial, he appears on TV as an Olympic athlete.

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* TheAce: Dekisugi. Not only he is the smartest kid in the school, he is also relatively athletic, a NiceGuy, and is a ChickMagnet. He's even ''called'' "[[MeaningfulName Ace]]" in [[DubNameChange the Disney XD dub]].
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dub]]. In the Toyota commercial, he appears on TV as an Olympic athlete.



* AdaptationExpansion: Many episodes from the anime that are adapted from the manga are extended to reach conclusion or give good moral to the story. Notable one is "Mind Reading Helmet" which never reached conclusion in the original manga.

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Many episodes from the anime that are adapted from the manga are extended to reach conclusion or give good moral to the story. Notable one is "Mind Reading Helmet" which never reached conclusion in the original manga.



* AdaptationSpeciesChange: In the Toyota ReBorn [=ReBorn=] commercials, Doraemon is Creator/JeanReno instead of a robot cat.



* SheIsAllGrownUp: In the Toyota commercials, set in the present day where all the main characters have become adults, Jaiko is portrayed by none other than [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/510075.jpg Atsuko Maeda]].



* YankTheDogsChain: Suneo frequently calls Nobita (along with Shizuka and Jian) over to announce something fun (e.g. one of his family vacations), only to tell Nobita that he's not invited.
** In fact, this is what kick-starts ''Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur'', the first movie of the franchise: Suneo gets Nobita, Shizuka, and Jian, over to his house to peruse his box of dinosaur fossil collection, and after Jian and Shizuka gets their turn, Suneo takes the collection away before Nobita gets hold of the box, causing a thoroughly disgruntled Nobita to vow to find something better -- an actual dinosaur.

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* YankTheDogsChain: Suneo frequently calls Nobita (along with Shizuka and Jian) Gian) over to announce something fun (e.g. one of his family vacations), only to tell Nobita that he's not invited.
** In fact, this is what kick-starts ''Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur'', the first movie of the franchise: Suneo gets Nobita, Shizuka, and Jian, Gian, over to his house to peruse his box of dinosaur fossil collection, and after Jian Gian and Shizuka gets their turn, Suneo takes the collection away before Nobita gets hold of the box, causing a thoroughly disgruntled Nobita to vow to find something better -- an actual dinosaur.



* YouCantFightFate: There is an extremely depressing explanation about why Nobita is so afraid of Giant and Suneo. An episode traces this back to kindergarten times, when Nobita was first bullied by Giant and Suneo. His fearfulness was born and stuck at that moment because he failed to fight them. In order to eliminate this mentality, Nobita returned to the past and managed to bully them back. However, while he bullied them, he was watched by little Shizuka, the girl he liked since he was a kid and his future bride, and as a result he earned her hatred. In the end Nobita has to choose: be immune from Giant and Suneo's bullying, or earn Shizuka's forgiveness? He chooses Shizuka's forgiveness, and that restores his fearfulness of Giant and Suneo for life.

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* YouCantFightFate: There is an extremely depressing explanation about why Nobita is so afraid of Giant and Suneo. An episode traces this back to kindergarten times, when Nobita was first bullied by Giant Gian and Suneo. His fearfulness was born and stuck at that moment because he failed to fight them. In order to eliminate this mentality, Nobita returned to the past and managed to bully them back. However, while he bullied them, he was watched by little Shizuka, the girl he liked since he was a kid and his future bride, and as a result he earned her hatred. In the end Nobita has to choose: be immune from Giant and Suneo's bullying, or earn Shizuka's forgiveness? He chooses Shizuka's forgiveness, and that restores his fearfulness of Giant and Suneo for life.
3rd Jan '18 4:05:23 PM JohnnyHuang
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* YankTheDogsChain: Suneo frequently calls Nobita (along with Shizuka and Jian) over to announce something fun (e.g. one of his family vacations), only to tell Nobita that he's not invited.
** In fact, this is what kick-starts ''Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur'', the first movie of the franchise: Suneo gets Nobita, Shizuka, and Jian, over to his house to peruse his box of dinosaur fossil collection, and after Jian and Shizuka gets their turn, Suneo takes the collection away before Nobita gets hold of the box, causing a thoroughly disgruntled Nobita to vow to find something better -- an actual dinosaur.
2nd Jan '18 6:56:46 PM petewarrior
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** In the Toyota commercial, he appears on TV as an Olympic athlete.
4th Dec '17 10:26:49 AM LuciaNanami
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** The manga adaptation of "Doraemon:Nobita's Mermaid Legend" movie has expanded into 195 complex total pages long.
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