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oraemon apparently first appeared in 1969 or 1970 it ran as a manga series starting about 1974 with the infamous something-wonderful-pops-out-of-the-desk-drawer story Since then it has gone on to become one of Japans most popular and well-loved manga series and Doraemon is now perhaps one of the most recognized faces in all of Japan The comedy series is still continuing though it suffers from the defection of one of the two original writers From my own point of view Books 1 through 30 are probably the classic Doraemon and the stories seem to solidify and improve at around book 6 before that the drawing style is a little old-fashioned and the plots are a little thin The first story explains the premise of the entire series Nobi Nobita Nobita being the first name is a fourth-grade boy who wears glasses and lives in a subsection of Tokyo One day a strange being pops up in his desk drawer --- a round blue cat-style robot minus ears who fails to introduce himself and instead eats Nobitas afternoon snack and then goes back into the drawer The matter is eventually straightened out and explained Nobitas great-great-grandson or something like that lives in the 22nd Century --- except thanks to Nobitas mistakes the entire family is living in poverty To rectify this Nobitas descendent is sending his robot Doraemon not a very high-quality robot back to the past to help prevent Nobita from making mistakes Of course this is a difficult task since Nobita is the weakest and least intelligent child in his class And initially Doraemon isnt the smartest of robots either He does however have a 4-dimensional pocket on his front which contains all manner of cool gadgets from the 22nd Century and it is with these toys that Doraemon will try to save Nobita from a future of poverty and failure With this premise Doraemon and Nobita go on to become as Ive said
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