We were doing cultural presentations in Japanese class and one of the girls brought dorayaki as part of hers.
It was pretty good.
Is that the thing that Doraemon likes to eat?
>old Doraemon thread alive for over 3 months Yesus Christi
Is this the newest movie?
Such is the power of an IP that doesn't get any sub or dub love anymore.
Yes it is, several normies on english-speaking MAL have given it relatively shoddy reviews despite it not even being available outside of japan yet..... hmmmmmmmm!
Don't mind me, just reposting the download stuff from the last thread so they can all be in one place.
mega.nz/#F!5pg0nDyB!pSrxajUUYPidF0ozLh1b-Q all dub episodes up to season 2 episode 16/ep 42. 20+ subbed Yojigen episodes (RIP, Their website is gone completely now.), and the old and new versions of the most /m/ Doraemon movie, Steel Troops, subbed.
Thanks a lot, user. >RIP, Their website is gone completely now The dream is dead. Blessed be their souls, wherever they may be. Maybe someday they might get successor subbers for the anime. At least BuriBuri is still doing Shin-Chan. >subs posted by PickleSammiches are taken down from YT Hopefully they decided to put them up on a Mega.
Not letting this one die
>...along with some '79 Doraemon eps with crabsticks. If anybody wants encodes I'm pretty sure they match the crabsticks that ARR released.
what the fuck
Yeah, what the fuck indeed, Doraemon isn't even Jean Reno.
Is there context for this pic lmao
Crosspost from the discord, looks really cool
it's just some goofy pic I got ages agom, I don't know of it being part of any bigger thing
Oh my god
really makes you wonder why these gadgets would exist in the 22nd century and why they would let the public use them
Maybe they use What-if Boxes or time-based gadgets to undo things. Or have some elite police/military/whatever force with special gear making them immune to the effects of all gadgets, or something. Fujiko F. Fujio probably didn't want us to think too hard about this stuff.
Except that the worst job to have in Doraemon's future world would be customer gadget support.
This would be great on professors.
They let them onto the market and didn't help anybody who hurt themselves with the gadgets. Within several generations natural selection did its job.
Was this done in the style of the old era series (before the 2005 relaunch?) or after?
>Nobita in charge of having morals
2112: The Birth of Doraemon came out in 1995.
I don't even remember if The Doraemons there have even shown up in the 2005 series.
See this is again delving into the subject of literal universe-altering gadgets that people of the future thought was a good idea to mass produce. How come nobody in the future has wreaked mass havok using these gadgets which I assume can be acquired for mundane prices?
Much better 1080p rips from Watch Disney XD of the dub without logo and including optional