Doraemon: Gadget Cat From The Future
Debut: January 01, 1973
Debut: January 01, 1973

Doraemon is one of the most legendary anime characters in Japan. Just like the frog alien Keroro Gunso, the series tells the story of a robotic feline, who travels back though time to help a unlucky kid named Nobita Nobi (Norbert "Noby" Noble as his family, his friends, and his foes call him in the US version). After a brief and unpopular animated series in 1973 by Nippon Television, Doraemon remained fairly exclusive in his manga form. All that changed in 1979, when TV Asahi created their own animated version of Doraemon, and it became an international hit. This series became incredibly popular, and ended with 1,049 episodes on March 25, 2005. Celebrating Doraemon's 40th anniversary, the gadget cat from the future finally made his US debut on Disney XD, & this version of Doraemon was dubbed by Bang Zoom! Entertainment. This version features the voices of Saban alums Mona Marshall as Doraemon & Johnny Yong Bosch as Noby.

Norbert "Noby" Noble: "DORAEMON!!!!!!!!!!! - Norbert "Noby" Noble"
Added By: RobotixWarrior
7 years, 1 month ago
Hey Doraemon fans, now you could catch this purrrrrrrrrrrrrfect robotic feline everyday on his official US home Disney XD!
    12 years, 3 months ago
    there are alot of japanese games of doraemon on the famicom and super nintendo
      13 years, 10 months ago
      You got to hate Nobita.
        6 years, 9 months ago
        A.K.A. Noby right?
          14 years, 5 months ago
          A complete milestone of a show. I have been watching episodes (Mostly fansubs) of the show on You Tube since March or April, and soon became a fan to such an otaku fandom of the show, despite the fact that it was never aired in the U.S., while it didn't actually stayed in Asia, but also Most of Europe and a few other countries.
            14 years, 11 months ago
            Japan's most beloved anime character next to the likes of Kimba The White Lion and Astroboy. If the folks at the Fox network know what's good for them, they won't dare lay a finger on this series. And we all know how Fox makes a bad habit of ruining the integrities of some of Japan's greatest anime series'. Just so happens, I had the great fortune of watching some english-dubbed eps of the series and some clips from the movies it spawned on YouTube and I must say even with it's silly premise, I can see why Japan's anime fanbase finds Doraemon so endearing.
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