Fifty years ago this year, a blue robot cat from the future descended on Japan, setting in motion the establishment of a bona fide pop-culture legend: Doraemon. Doraemon has entertained generations of children in the intervening years, both in Japan and overseas, through manga, anime, video games and a mind-boggling array of toys and other merchandise. I am a recent convert to the joys of this particular character, having been prompted to dig into him a little after watching a television show over the new year that looked at how the franchise had, to varying degrees of imagination and accuracy, predicted a number of future inventions. I avoided the video games or toys, and though I tried the anime, it did very little for me. The characters that the nation has known and loved for the past five decades drop into our lives fully formed. The first chapter, in which Doraemon appears in a more rudimentary form — his body is bigger than his head, rather than the other way around — gives us a taste of the occasional dark humor that peppers the series, as we see how the ever pathetic and weak-willed Nobita a preteen boy Doraemon is sent back in time to help learns that his future is set to be one big disappointment.
Back to the future: The world celebrates the 50th anniversary of Doraemon
Nobita and Doraemon after 50 years. lol | Doraemon, Doraemon cartoon, Funny images
Doraemon spans generations as a cultural totem, a beloved character that is as much a part of Japanese childhood as birthday parties and bug hunting in summer. The blue robot cat from the future is always around, and has been since he was created 50 years ago by Fujiko Fujio, the pen name of manga duo Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko. They exist as humans exist: prone to mistakes, intentionally bad, occasionally virtuous. In fact, kami traditionally have two sides: ara-mitama angry and nigi-mitama gentle. Gadgets and appliances were becoming more ubiquitous and more affordable than ever before. As a result, the everyday lives of the residents of Tokyo underwent considerable transformation. Doraemon is not endowed with superpowers as such.
Fifty years of Doraemon, and still there are lessons to be learned
It is a sequel to Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur or its remake and it's a completely different story than the original. This is the first Reiwa-era Doraemon movie. The film celebrates 50 years of the Doraemon franchise. It was originally scheduled to release in Japan on 6 March
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