Synopsis of Doraemon Comics and Interesting Facts, Also Check Out Recommendations for Similar Manga

Synopsis of Doraemon Comics and Interesting Facts, Also Check Out Recommendations for Similar Manga

Kapanlagi Plus – Who doesn’t know Doraemon? The blue and white robot cat anime cartoon character is very popular in various countries, including Indonesia. Now known as a cartoon character, it seems there are still some people who don’t know that before it became an anime, Doraemon was a comic character. Even though the Doraemon comic was considered a big success.

Like other manga, Doraemon comics also present exciting and interesting stories. The comic version of Doraemon’s story features many exciting stories about his adventures with Nobita and his friends, slightly different from the anime version which tells a lot of everyday events. This means that reading the comic version will give you a different sensation of excitement.

So, are you interested in reading Doraemon comics ? If yes, first take a look at some interesting facts about the Doraemon comic below.

1. Short Synopsis of Doraemon Comics

Doraemon comics always present different exciting stories in each series. The Doraemon comic story begins with the arrival of a robot cat named Doraemon from the future of the 22nd century. Doraemon came to help Nobita Nobi, a boy who was known to be careless, lazy, and not good at studies, so he often got into trouble at school and in his daily interactions.
Since arriving, Doraemon immediately became part of the Nobita family. Doraemon helps Nobita solve various problems with magical and sophisticated tools that come out of his magic bag. Not only everyday problems, with Nobita and his friends, Doraemon is also often involved in exciting and tense adventures.

2. Interesting facts about Doraemon comics

Doraemon has become one of the most popular cartoon characters today. Children from various generations almost recognize the figures of Doraemon and Nobita and his friends. Even though it is so popular and big, in fact there are still some interesting facts about Doraemon comics that are hidden and rarely known. Here are some interesting facts.

1. Originally created to fill a children’s magazine column

The Doraemon character was created by Fujiko F. Fujio. Interestingly, at the beginning of its creation, the character Doraemon was not intended to be a comic, let alone an anime. Fujiko F. Fujio created the Doraemon character for a children’s magazine called Shogakukan. At that time in 1996, Doraemon appeared in short story format.

2. Doraemon’s real name

Not many people know that the name Doraemon is not his real name. Before the name Doraemon was as popular as it is now, this character apparently had the name Toraemon, which when translated more or less means “tiger cat”.

However, because Tora (tiger) sounded too scary for children, the creator then changed the name to Doraemon as it is now.

3. Insert a moral message in each story

Doraemon comics and anime have been known to have funny and entertaining stories. However, not only are they entertaining, some of the stories in Doraemon comics also contain deep moral messages, such as the story “Nobita and the Lost Continent” which teaches about the importance of protecting the environment.

4. Doraemon Appointed as UNESCO Ambassador

Another interesting fact from the Doraemon comic is that in 2008, UNESCO officially made the robot cat character the “Ambassador of Japanese Culture”. With the title of ambassador, Doraemon is tasked with helping promote peace and friendship throughout the world.

5. Created by Two People

There are probably still many people who don’t know the figure of Fujiko F. Fujio, the creator of Doraemon. In fact, many people may not know that Fujiko F. Fujio is actually the pen name of two manga artists who created Doraemon, namely Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.

However, on September 23 1996, Fujimoto Hiroshi died due to heart disease. Since then, Motoo Abiko has developed the Doraemon story alone.

3. Recommendations for comics similar to Doraemon

Apart from Doraemon, there are still many Japanese comics or manga that have similar stories. Yes, many comics tell stories about the arrival of unique characters whose aim is to help a child. So, if you like Doraemon comics or anime, there is a big chance that you will also like some of the following comic recommendations.

1. Ninja Hattori

Ninja Hattori was also created by Fujiko F. Fujio. This comic tells the story of a young ninja named Hattori who comes from a Ninja village. Hattori lives in the house of a boy named Kenichi. Hattori, who is considered like family, always tries to look after and protect Kenichi’s family.

2. Anpanman

Anpanman is a comic with very unique characters. A unique character in this comic is a character with a bread head filled with red beans. Just like Doraemon, Anpanman has various magical tools to help him fight criminals.

3. Kiteretsu Daihyakka

Another Japanese comic similar to Doraemon is Kiteretsu Daihyakka. This comic is about the adventures of a genius boy named Kiteretsu and his robot cat. Like Doraemon, the genius Kiteretsu has various sophisticated tools that help him in his adventures.

4. Obake no Q-taro

The comic Obake no Q-taro tells the story of a small ghost character named Q-taro who lives with a human family. Just like Doraemon, Q-taro has special powers that are useful when the family that hosts him is in a difficult situation.

That includes a synopsis and interesting facts about the Doraemon comic. How do you become more interested in reading Doraemon comics, right?





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