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The Doraemon comic was published in 45 Japanese volumes. Some additional stories were included in Doraemon+, Doraemon Color Works, and The Complete Works of Fujiko F. Fujio. Most of these comics were released in English across 200 volumes.

The 1973 series has 52 episodes, the 1979 series has ‎1787 episodes and 30 specials, and the 2005 series has over 500 episodes and counting. Many TV episodes are adapted from the comics, and those episodes are described at the pages for the original comics. Some stories are entirely unique to the TV show, and they are listed as TV Originals.

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Original comic chapters:

    Volumes 1 to 10 
Volume 1

Volume 2

Volume 3

  1. "A World Without Sound": Noby avoids Big G's concert by going to a world without sound.
Volume 4

Volume 5

Volume 6

Volume 7

Volume 8

Volume 9

Volume 10

    Volumes 11 to 20 
Volume 11

Volume 12

Volume 13

Volume 14

Volume 15

Volume 16

Volume 17

Volume 18

Volume 19

Volume 20

    Volumes 21 to 30 

Volume 21

Volume 22

Volume 23

Volume 24

Volume 25

Volume 26

Volume 27

Volume 28

  1. 'Big G: Master Chef': When Big G invites his friends to eat, Noby has to find a way to avoid eating Big G's disgusting food.
Volume 50
    Volumes 51 to 60 
Volume 51

Volume 52

Volume 53

Volume 54

Volume 55

Volume 56

Volume 57

Volume 58

Volume 59

Volume 60

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    Volumes 61 to 70 
Volume 61

Volume 62

Volume 63

Volume 64

Volume 65

Volume 66

Volume 67

Volume 68

Volume 69

Volume 70

    Volumes 71 to 80 
Volume 71

Volume 72

Volume 73

Volume 74

Volume 75

Volume 76

Volume 77

Volume 78

Volume 79

Volume 80

    Volumes 81 to 90 
Volume 81

Volume 82

Volume 83

Volume 84

Volume 85

Volume 86

Volume 87

Volume 88

Volume 89

Volume 90

    Volumes 91 to 100 
Volume 91

Volume 92

Volume 93

Volume 94

Volume 95

Volume 96

Volume 97

Volume 98

Volume 99

Volume 100

    Volumes 101 to 110 
Volume 101

Volume 102

Volume 103

Volume 104

Volume 105

Volume 106

Volume 107

Volume 108

Volume 109

Volume 110

    Volumes 111 to 120 
Volume 111

Volume 112

Volume 113

Volume 114

Volume 115

Volume 116

Volume 117

Volume 118

Volume 119

Volume 120

    Volumes 121 to 130 
Volume 121

Volume 122

Volume 123

Volume 124

Volume 125

Volume 126

Volume 127

Volume 128

Volume 129

Volume 130

    Volumes 131 to 140 
Volume 131

Volume 132

Volume 133

Volume 134

Volume 135

Volume 136

Volume 137

Volume 138

Volume 139

Volume 140

    Volumes 141 to 150 
Volume 141

Volume 142

Volume 143

Volume 144

Volume 145

Volume 146

Volume 147

Volume 148

Volume 149

Volume 150

    Volumes 151 to 160 
Volume 151

Volume 152

Volume 153

Volume 154

Volume 155

Volume 156

Volume 157

Volume 158

Volume 159

Volume 160

    Volumes 161 to 170 
Volume 161

Volume 162

Volume 163

Volume 164

Volume 165

Volume 166

Volume 167

Volume 168

Volume 169

Volume 170

    Volumes 171 to 180 
Volume 171

Volume 172

Volume 173

Volume 174

Volume 175

Volume 176

Volume 177

Volume 178

Volume 179

Volume 180

    Volumes 181 to 190 
Volume 181

Volume 182

Volume 183

Volume 184

Volume 185

Volume 186

Volume 187

Volume 188

Volume 189

Volume 190

    Volumes 191 to 200 
Volume 191

Volume 192

Volume 193

Volume 194

Volume 195

Volume 196

Volume 197

Volume 198

Volume 199

Volume 200

    Untranslated Comics 
These comics weren't released in English on Amazon Kindle, so they aren't part of the above list.

The Complete Works of Fujiko F. Fujio

1973 series:

  1. "Doraemon Came Out!!" / "The Apology Grasshopper Riot" (April 1, 1973)
  2. "Nice Girl on the Roof" / "Nobita's Ancestor" (April 8, 1973)
  3. "Operation Cupid Love-Love" / 'Spy Games' (April 15, 1973)
  4. "There is a Cat Weak on Rats" / "Defeat the Bully" (April 22, 1973)
  5. "The Flattery Mirror" / "Papa and Mama's Wedding Anniversary" (April 29, 1973)
  6. 'The Puppet Master's Camera' / 'The Big Winner' (May 6, 1973)
  7. "Duel! Nobita and Gian" / "Who am I" (May 13, 1973)
  8. "Abekonbe Riot" / "Mystery of the Ghost House" (May 20, 1973)
  9. "The Quick-Slow Great Strategy" / "Nobita the Rain Man" (May 27, 1973)
  10. "Ultra Mixer" / 'The Wishing Star' (June 3, 1973)
  11. 'Time Kerchief' / "Nobita's Grandma" (June 10, 1973)
  12. "Red Bat of the Major League" / "A Man Fights with Power" (June 17, 1973)
  13. "Gachako's Appearance" / "The Talking Lipstick" (June 24, 1973)
  14. "Love, Love This Camera" / "Date in the Milky Way" (July 1, 1973)
  15. "Weird Robot Car" / "Smiling Soap" (July 8, 1973)
  16. "My Chief of the Inner Palace" / "It's Summer! Let's Try to Ski" (July 15, 1973)
  17. "I Hate Report Cards" / "Catching My Shadow" (July 29, 1973)
  18. "Going to Sea in a Submarine" / "Crazy Stomach Clock" (August 5, 1973)
  19. "Camp Riot" / "Who is Going to Forget?" (August 12, 1973)
  20. "Cooler Parasol" / "Always Diary" (August 19, 1973)
  21. "The Homework Ghost Came Out" / "Weather Box" (August 26, 1973)
  22. "I Have One Vote of Betrayal" / "Mangaka Training" (September 2, 1973)
  23. "Nice Girlfriend" / "Flowery Riot" (September 9, 1973)
  24. "Entirely Crayons" / "Shizuka's Birthday" (September 16, 1973)
  25. "Becoming an Astronaut" / "Lost and Confused Riot" (September 23, 1973)
  26. "Nendoron Riot" / "Goodbye, Doraemon" (September 30, 1973)

1979 series:

     1979 
     1980 
  1. 'Big G: Master Chef' (February 15, 1980)
     1981 
     1982 
     1983 
     1984 
     1985 
     1986 
     1987 
     1988 
     1989 
     1990 
     1991 
     1992 
     1993 
  1. 'Bonsai Set' (July 23, 1993, TV Original):
     1994 
     1995 
     1996 
     1997 
     1998 
     1999 
     2000 
     2001 
     2002 
     2003 
     2004 
  1. "Soap Bubbles" (June 11, 2004, TV Original): Noby uses the Soap Bubble Straw to make his friends regret their bad choices.
     2005 

2005 series:

Episodes with English dubs are bolded. The first 26 episodes from the year 2005 were dubbed into English by LUK Internacional and aired on Boomerang in some countries. Several episodes were dubbed by Bang Zoom! Entertainment and aired on Disney XD in the US.
     2005 
  1. "The Fishing Pond in My Studying Room" / "The Time Machine Is Lost!" / "Remember! The Excitement of That Day" (April 15, 2005)
     2006 
     2007 
     2008 
     2009 
     2010 
     2011 
     2012 
  1. 'Big G: Master Chef' / "Grand Opening of the Animal Training Shop!" (February 10, 2012)
     2013 
     2014 
     2015 
     2016 
     2017 
     2018 
     2019 
  1. "The Smoke Monster of the Lamp" / 'Big G: Master Chef' (January 18, 2019)
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