I’ve been watching Doraemon (in Youtube) since yesterday and I think I’ve watched more than 40 episodes already. Lol. Ahh..it brings back my childhood memory where I woke up in the morning on Sundays just to catch up with Doraemon on TV. Continued with some cartoon series that were always played on Sunday morning (it still is until now – in Indonesian private TV stations). I love the series as well as the comic, and haven’t been bored with them.
I’ve always loved Doraemon since I was young until now. He’s so cute! So round and blue. Lol. And I like Nobita as well. Although he is careless and stupid (He is always in the 4th grade ever since I started to watch the series until now. Lol!), but he is a good-hearted kind of boy.
Hmm..and I don’t really like Suneo. That snobby rich kid with super sharp mouth. Hahahahaha…together with his pal, Giant, they are a nightmare for poor Nobita.
As for Shizuka, I like her because she is sweet and cute. Hahaha..
Anyway, I’ve watched 5 different language version of Doraemon series: in Indonesian, Japanese, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Malay. And I think the best is still the Jap 1 (although I don’t understand the language, but hey, that’s what subtitles are for!), followed by Indonesian, Mandarin, Cantonese (I don’t really like Chinese-speaking Doraemon. Btw, last year Doraemon movie was shown in theaters here in Malaysia but I didn’t have a chance to watch it 😦 Oh, and it’s in Cantonese with Malay subtitle), and lastly Malay. The Malay version sounds so weird! I’d still prefer the Indonesian one 🙂
As for the comics, I’ve read them in 2 languages: Indonesian and Malay. Still, I’d prefer the Indonesian version. Lol
I bet most of you like Doraemon also, don’t you guys? Come on, say you love it! Hahaha 😀
I think it’s one of the most popular cartoon series in the world! Thanks to Mr. Fujiko F. Fujio who created this adorable 22nd century blue cat robot and the family 😀
Even Timeasia.com named Doraemon as one of Asian heroes with the title “The Cuddliest Hero in Asia”. Isn’t it cool?!
p.s: I tried to search for Doraemon on Google just now, and I found out that there are more versions of Doraemon in different languages, such as: Korean, Tagalog, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic, Spanish (In Spain itself, Doraemon is translated in 5 different languages including Catalan and Galician, in addition to Spanish), and Mexican Spanish. (Info from Wikipedia)
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Tottemo daisuki DORAEMON!