History Anime / Doraemon

16th Jul '17 2:27:13 AM NightShade96
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Happened to any episodes or films except those during mid 1979 anime series.
** The English dub that airs on DisneyXD can also count.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Happened {{Bowdlerise}}:
** This happened
to any episodes or films except those during mid 1979 the mid-1979 anime series.
** The English dub that airs on DisneyXD Creator/DisneyXD can also count.
11th Jul '17 3:58:41 PM ZombieAladdin
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* NegativeContinuity: The comics never bother to keep track what sort of gadgets Doraemon has pulled out of his [[BagOfHolding Fourth Dimensional Pocket]] (except for the most popular recurring ones), just how good friends Nobita is with everyone, or how good Nobita's grades are (they're pretty much almost always abysmal, bar the once-in-a-blue-moon anomaly).

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* NegativeContinuity: NegativeContinuity:
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The comics never bother to keep track what sort of gadgets Doraemon has pulled out of his [[BagOfHolding Fourth Dimensional Pocket]] (except for the most popular recurring ones), just how good friends Nobita is with everyone, or how good Nobita's grades are (they're pretty much almost always abysmal, bar the once-in-a-blue-moon anomaly).anomaly).
** Whatever misfortune befalls Nobita using Doraemon's devices, regardless of its severity, as well as any bad situations Nobita drags anyone else into in the process (up to and including ''their deaths''), is gone by the next story, and everyone's back to normal.
9th Jul '17 6:41:22 PM KamonTheSkunk
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* MaleFrontalNudity: All three lead boys. It's natural for boys of their age though, and not sexualized in any way.

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* MaleFrontalNudity: All three lead boys. It's natural for boys of their age though, and not sexualized in any way. In the 2005 remake,
this is mostly averted, as any frontal nudity is always covered, either by a SceneryCensor or them covering up with anything they can find
1st Jul '17 5:50:38 PM GarrulousTiger
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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Doraemon to Suneo/Sneech in the episode "Time Cloth" ("Time Kerchief"). The English dub features this exchange:
-->'''Sneech:''' ''[after handing Doraemon a box of junk]'' So whatcha want it for, huh?\\
'''Doraemon:''' Can't say. It's a secret. So I'm not gonna tell you that we're using one of my gadgets to make all this old stuff new again, nope, won't get it out of me.\\
'''Sneech:''' ''[snickering]'' Sure, the secret is ''so safe'' with you!
30th Jun '17 1:49:08 PM JohnnyHuang
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* RidiculousFutureInflation:
** One of Doraemon's Gadgets of the Week is a machine that allows the user to buy things from different time periods (with that period's respective price), by choosing a date and object and inserting the corresponding amount of cash in the machine. Nobita manages to make a profit by buying things cheaply from the past and selling them in the present at an increased price. Unfortunately he decides to celebrate by ordering a bag of candy from the future...
** Another time he used time travel to invest his parent's "secret" money stash, collecting a fantastic amount of interest in the far future... except the stack of bills he gets is in the future currency, so Doraemon has to find a collector to exchange it for modern bills. The result is that he only gets a modest increase (but enough for Nobita to get a bump in his allowance).
30th Jun '17 2:15:44 AM CuteThingsLover789
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* ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitaInTheWanNyanSpacetimeOddysey Doraemon: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey]]'' (2004)- The 25th movie in the franchise, concerning a StableTimeLoop involving a civilisation formed from abandoned cats and dogs. Contains many {{Shout Out}}s to gadgets and scenes in the other movies.

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* ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitaInTheWanNyanSpacetimeOddysey ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitaInTheWanNyanSpacetimeOdyssey Doraemon: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey]]'' (2004)- The 25th movie in the franchise, concerning a StableTimeLoop involving a civilisation formed from abandoned cats and dogs. Contains many {{Shout Out}}s to gadgets and scenes in the other movies.
30th Jun '17 2:12:05 AM CuteThingsLover789
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* ''Doraemon: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey'' (2004)- The 25th movie in the franchise, concerning a StableTimeLoop involving a civilisation formed from abandoned cats and dogs. Contains many {{Shout Out}}s to gadgets and scenes in the other movies.

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* ''Doraemon: ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitaInTheWanNyanSpacetimeOddysey Doraemon: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey'' Odyssey]]'' (2004)- The 25th movie in the franchise, concerning a StableTimeLoop involving a civilisation formed from abandoned cats and dogs. Contains many {{Shout Out}}s to gadgets and scenes in the other movies.
10th Jun '17 2:19:39 PM Rhivana
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* FirstContactFauxPas: One story where an alien scout ship was sent to earth, the (mini) ship comes across Nobita and Doraemon watching a kind of SuperSentai show where they beat up aliens and the aliens in the scout ship concludes that HumansAreTheRealMonsters.

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* FirstContactFauxPas: One story where an alien scout ship was sent to earth, the (mini) ship comes across Nobita and Doraemon watching a kind of SuperSentai show where they beat up aliens and the aliens in the scout ship concludes that HumansAreTheRealMonsters.HumansAreWarriors.



* ForgotAboutHisPowers: The movies will always have a big war towards the end. And yet despite the overabundance of useful gadgets, Doraemon only remembers the rather weak Air Cannon. Cue a CurbStompBattle delivered by the enemies until the protagonists have to rely on DeusExMachina or HeroicSacrifice. Often, though, the trope is subverted because Doraemon usually has his gadgets in repair of out of power (makes sense due to the sheer number[over 4 digit] of them). He's only got multiple versions of the most common (and likely cheapest) gadgets in hand for most of the time. (Even the iconic takecopter are often lacking in battery power)

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* ForgotAboutHisPowers: The movies will always have a big war towards the end. And yet despite the overabundance of useful gadgets, Doraemon only remembers the rather weak Air Cannon. Cue a CurbStompBattle delivered by the enemies until the protagonists have to rely on DeusExMachina or HeroicSacrifice. Often, though, the trope is subverted because Doraemon usually has his gadgets in repair of out of power (makes sense due to the sheer number[over number [over 4 digit] of them). He's only got multiple versions of the most common (and likely cheapest) gadgets in hand for most of the time. (Even the iconic takecopter are often lacking in battery power)
8th Jun '17 8:34:09 PM nombretomado
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* TheKiddieRide: Unavoidable. All made by [[BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco Bandai]] under the Banpresto brand, there's a Doraemon time machine ride with an interactive screen and buttons (actually, there are two versions of the time machine ride- the one with the interactive screen mentioned, and a older, smaller version of the ride that lacks the screen), a Giant Doraemon that fits two kids and move in a spinning motion (also having an interactive screen and buttons), a Doraemon pirate ship (again, with an interactive screen and buttons), one with Doraemon sitting on a cloud with the rider, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and a fire engine with Doraemon on it]]. Again, sadly, officially they're NoExportForYou and can only be found in Japan, although like other Japanese arcade machines they've been unofficially exported to other Asian countries via grey-market imports. Aside from that, however, there's also dozens of Chinese-made unlicensed knockoffs which are sadly, much more prevalent.

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* TheKiddieRide: Unavoidable. All made by [[BandaiNamcoEntertainment [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco Bandai]] under the Banpresto brand, there's a Doraemon time machine ride with an interactive screen and buttons (actually, there are two versions of the time machine ride- the one with the interactive screen mentioned, and a older, smaller version of the ride that lacks the screen), a Giant Doraemon that fits two kids and move in a spinning motion (also having an interactive screen and buttons), a Doraemon pirate ship (again, with an interactive screen and buttons), one with Doraemon sitting on a cloud with the rider, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and a fire engine with Doraemon on it]]. Again, sadly, officially they're NoExportForYou and can only be found in Japan, although like other Japanese arcade machines they've been unofficially exported to other Asian countries via grey-market imports. Aside from that, however, there's also dozens of Chinese-made unlicensed knockoffs which are sadly, much more prevalent.
8th Jun '17 3:00:12 AM Rhivana
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* ''Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel Troops: ~Winged Angels~'' (2011) - Remake of the 1986 film ''Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops''.

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* ''Doraemon: ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitaAndTheNewSteelTroopsWingedAngels Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel Troops: ~Winged Angels~'' Angels~]]'' (2011) - Remake of the 1986 film ''Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops''.



* ''Stand By Me, Doraemon'' (2014) - The franchise's first CGI movie, that combines some of the most famous manga stories into a new complete (but still a tearjerker and heartwarming) story. It's the most successful (non-numbered) entry of the film franchise (earning nearly 1 billion yen in its first weekend).
* ''Doraemon: Nobita and the Space Heroes'' (2015) Film that commemorates not only the 35th anniversary of the film franchise, but also the 10th anniversary of the 2005 anime. The gang decides to make a movie based on space superheroes, until things get ''too'' real.
* ''Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016'' (2016) - Remake of the 1989 movie.
* ''Doraemon: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi'' (2017)

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* ''Stand ''[[Anime/StandByMeDoraemon Stand By Me, Doraemon'' Doraemon]]'' (2014) - The franchise's first CGI movie, that combines some of the most famous manga stories into a new complete (but still a tearjerker and heartwarming) story. It's the most successful (non-numbered) entry of the film franchise (earning nearly 1 billion yen in its first weekend).
* ''Doraemon: ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitaAndTheSpaceHeroes Doraemon: Nobita and the Space Heroes'' Heroes]]'' (2015) Film that commemorates not only the 35th anniversary of the film franchise, but also the 10th anniversary of the 2005 anime. The gang decides to make a movie based on space superheroes, until things get ''too'' real.
* ''Doraemon: ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitaAndTheBirthOfJapan2016 Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016'' 2016]]'' (2016) - Remake of the 1989 movie.
* ''Doraemon: ''[[Anime/DoraemonGreatAdventureInTheAntarcticKachiKochi Doraemon: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi'' Kochi]]'' (2017)



* FirstContactFauxPas: One story where an alien scout ship was sent to earth, the (mini) ship comes across Nobita and Doraemon watching a kind of SuperSentai show where they beat up aliens and the aliens in the scout ship concludes that humans are scary.

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* FirstContactFauxPas: One story where an alien scout ship was sent to earth, the (mini) ship comes across Nobita and Doraemon watching a kind of SuperSentai show where they beat up aliens and the aliens in the scout ship concludes that humans are scary.HumansAreTheRealMonsters.
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