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The main five
Voiced by: Tomita Kosei,
(1973), Nobuyo Oyama (1979 - 2005), Wasabi Mizuta (2005 - )
The titular character. He is a cat-like robot created by the Matsushiba robot company, and is sent back in time by Sewashi to aid Nobita.
Voiced by: Yoshiko Ota (1973),
(1979 - 2005), Megumi Ohara (2005 - )
Aesop Amnesia: All the time. Alliterative Name Book Dumb: Often shown getting 0 point for his school tests. Born Unlucky Butt Monkey The Chew Toy Cloudcuckoolander Cowardly Lion: Mostly in the movies. Failure Hero Flanderization: His Jerkass tendencies and idiocy, especially in the spinoff material. Friend to All Living Things: Animals love him, except the dog that constantly bites him on the streets. Genius Ditz: Despite his bad grades, he shows intelligence when trying to outsmart Doraemon to get his hands on the gadget of the week, and his ways of using them are usually pretty creative. One time, he tied a string to one of Doraemon's tools, so that he can pull it out of his pocket. Good Is Dumb Guns Akimbo Heavy Sleeper Hoist by His Own Petard: Regularly. Idiot Hero: Book dumb and generally not very smart, though he can get pretty crafty when it comes to Doraemon's gadgets. Improbable Aiming Skills: He can shoot anything, too bad that it's one of the few things he is good at. It's All About Me: Though he can be selfless on occasion. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: The power of the gadgets usually gets to his head. Landing in Shizuka's Bathtub: With Everywhere's Door, becoming a Running Gag. Laser-Guided Karma: In almost every episode. Lazy Bum Loser Son of Loser Dad Repetitive Name This Loser Is You: Pretty much the entire point of the series. Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: Sometimes. Who's Laughing Now?: Nobita has a disturbing frequent tendency to get vengeful and downringht vindictive when he finally gets to get back at the people who bully him all the time. Wholesome Crossdresser: He ends up wearing dresses quite a bit, for various reasons. Shizuka Minamoto
Voiced by: Masako Ebisu (1973), Michiko Nomura (1979 - 2005),
(2005 - )
Takeshi Goda aka Giant
Voiced by: Kaneta Kimotsuki (1973), Kazuya Tatekabe (1979 - 2005), Subaru Kimura (April 2005 - )
Big Brother Instinct: Don't mess around with his sister. And he will be the first to stand up for his friends and helpless innocents, especially in the movie-specials. Big Eater The Big Guy Book Dumb: His grades are almost as bad as Nobita's. Bruiser with a Soft Center The Brute: When he plays an antagonistic role. The Bully The Dreaded: He's the most feared bully in the neighborhood. Dreadful Musician: Giant has such a horrendus singing voice that it can be (and has been) . weaponized Dumb Muscle Fat Bastard The Friend Nobody Likes: Type 5. Hair-Trigger Temper Honor Before Reason: Giant respects bravery and loyalty above all else, and will stick by those live by these principles even in the face of certain death. Hot-Blooded Jerk Jock Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Is normally a bully (especially to Nobita) but he wouldn't hesitate to help his friends when they're in real danger (and even considers Nobita as his friend). In fact, he's been shown to play wrestling with Nobita and Suneo, and none of them were injured. So, yeah, he can play nice if he wants to. Karma Houdini Knight Templar Big Brother: To Jaiko. Lethal Chef: Just the smell of it is considered ominous enough. Real Men Wear Pink: Meet Takeshi Goda, the toughest kid in the neighborhood. His hobbies include singing and cooking. Red Baron: His real name is actually Takeshi. Small Name, Big Ego: He has an over-inflated view of his cooking and singing skills. Spell My Name with an S: So is it Giant, Gian, Jaian, or Jayen? Stout Strength Those Two Guys: With Suneo. Suneo Honekawa
Friends and Relatives
Voiced by: Ichirou Murakoshi (1973), Masayuki Kato (1979 - October 1992), Yousuke Naka (October 1992 - March 2005),
(April 2005 -)
Shizuka's Parent Education Mama: Applies to all main character's mother but mostly to Shizuka's. Housewife: Mrs. Minamoto Memento MacGuffin: Mrs.Minamoto has a pearl necklace given to her by her husband as a wedding gift, which she gives to Shizuka as a wedding present. Suneo's Parents
Suneo's mother is voiced by: Kazue Takahashi (1973), Yoshino Otori (1979 - March 1991), Mari Yoko (April 1991 - March 2005),
(April 2005 -)
Suneo's father is voiced by: Osmau Katou (1979 - March 2005), Kaneta Kimotsuki (May 1989 - January 1990),
(June 2005 -)
Doting Parent Fiction500: They're apparently one the richest family in Tokyo. Rich Bitch: Suneo's mother, who tend to shows off her jewelry to other three housewives. Like mother, like son... Gian's Parent
Voiced by: Kazuyo Aoki (1979 - March 2005), Miyako Takeuchi (April 2005 -)
(1979 - March 2005), Chiaki Fujimoto (September 2006 -)
Voiced by: Sumiko Shirakawa (1980 - March 2005), Shihoko Hagino (TV Asahi Announcer, May 2005 -), Shinya Otaki (adult)
The Ace: Smart, athletic, and also a Chick Magnet. Despite that, he never show off about it. Always Someone Better Better as Friends: Given what happens in the future, this is his relationship with Shizuka, most likely. Butt Monkey: He's already an extra, but the recent movies had a camera on him just to show him getting knocked out or scared by something. Child Prodigy Deliberately Good Example: His appearance seems to be used to show how much of a loser Nobita is. It doesn't help that they both have similar character design. Friendly Enemy: Could be regarded (in the extremes) as this in terms of his relationship with Nobita, though the enmity is always one-sided on Nobita's part, and Dekisugi treats him like a friend. Meaningful Name: "Dekisugi" literally means "overachiever". Nice Guy: One of the nicest in the series, always willing to help out. The Sixth Ranger: sometimes. Unknown Rival: Nobita despises him because Shizuka always prefer to hang out with him. Despite that, he was never aware of it. Jaiko
Voiced by: Yoshiko Ota (1979), Kazuyo Aoki (1980 - March 2005), Vanilla Yamazaki (April 2005 - )
Ascended Extra: Was created as a foil of Shizuka and to show how miserable Nobita's life will become, but she gets more characterizations over time. Gonk Morality Pet: Of her brother Giant. Sequential Artist: Her hobby is making amateur manga, which Giant like to... aggresively publish despite it's quality. To be fair, she's still in grade school, and some of one-shot characters noted that she had potentials. Supreme Chef: In subversion to Giant's Lethal Chef status, Jaiko's cooking, while look inedible, is actually quite delicious.
The Doraemons Dora the Kid Wandora Doranichov Dorarinyo Doramed III El Matadora
Movie's Character 1980- 1985
Movie's Character 1986- 1990
Movie's Character 1991- 1995
Movie's Character 1996- 2000
A little boy that crash on the same island with Nobita. Despite difference in laguages they managed to communicate.
Jack's elder sister that come to rescue her missing father and brother. A companion of Captain Kid. In love with Gian and his voice.
Betty's companion and her father best friend.
The prince of Mayana Kingdom and Nobita's look alike. He sought to defeat Ledina to bring back his mother who was cursed by the sorceress.
Movie's Character 2000- 2005
Poko Fuuko Blow You Away Heroic Sacrifice Meaningful Name: Fuuko mean Child of Wind. Of course, Nobita knew what it meant when he named her. Name's the Same: In one of the manga chapters, Doraemon gives Nobita an artificial egg that hatches a baby typhoon, also named Fuuko. She performs a Heroic Sacrifice at the end of said chapter as well, sacrificing herself to fight back a typhoon that was about to hit Japan. Temujin
Movie's Character 2006- 2010
Movie's Character 2011-Present
Voiced by: Yumiko Kobayashi (2011)
His real name is Judo and is actually the brain unit of Zanda Claus in
Nobita and the New Steel Troops ~Angel Wings~
Badass Adorable: Has the appearance of a baby chick and has an amazing singing voice, but have him in control of his Zanda Claus mech, he's a walking force of destruction. Berserk Button: Don't imply that he's trash within his hearing range, especially when he's in his Humongous Mecha body. Cry Cute: When he breaks down after his epic rant about humanity being taken over by the Steel Troops, his crying is enough to almost make you want to hug the poor guy. Fail O'Suckyname: Pippo is a Japanese onomatopoeia for "cheep". He doesn't like it. note Heel-Face Turn: A more natural one compared to the 1986 version. Heroic Sacrifice: When told by Riruru that her reprogramming their equivalent of robotic Adam and Eve - Amu and Emu - in the past would mean wiping out their existence in the present, he accepted it and kept fighting against the Steel Troops. Japanese Pronouns: Uses boku. My Country, Right or Wrong Redemption Equals Death / Redemption Earns Life: Knew full well that he'll cease to exist when the past is changed, but in the end is reborn, appearing as an adult Phoenix-like bird. Took a Level in Kindness Tsundere: Type A. Like the Steel Troops, he has a hatred of humanity, but time spent with Nobita and the gang softens him. Verbal Tic: "Piyo", an onomatopoeia of "cheep". Which incidentally leads to his Fail O'Suckyname.
Character from the Doraemons
Wangdora's sweet girlfriend who is a robot nurse.