List of Doraemon media

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This is a list of all Doraemon media releases.


Doraemon is also published in three bilingual editions.

  • The first version is bilingual in English and Japanese (Shogakukan English comics; 2002- ).
    • Title: Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future
    • Publisher: Shogakukan
    • Number of volumes: 10
  • The second version is bilingual in English and Yue Chinese.
    • Title: 多啦A夢學英文 (Duōlā-A-mèng xué yīngwén, in pinyin; Doraemon: Study English)
    • Publisher: HKcomics
    • Number of volumes: 9
  • The third version is bilingual in English and Vietnamese
    • Title: Đôrêmon học tiếng Anh
    • (Doraemon: Study English)
    • Publisher: Kim Dong publisher
    • Number of volumes: 10

Derivative manga[edit]

  • The Doraemons
  • Dorabase, a spin-off about robot cats who play on a baseball team.



There are three Doraemon anime series:


There are 13 Doraemon specials:

  • Doraemon and Itchy the Stray
  • Doraemon Meets Hattori the Ninja
  • Doraemon's Time Capsule for 2001
  • Doraemon: Come back Doraemon
  • Doraemon: Featherplace
  • Doraemon: It's Autumn!
  • Doraemon: It's Spring!
  • Doraemon: It's Summer!
  • Doraemon: It's Winter!
  • Doraemon: Summer Holiday
  • Doraemon: It's New Year!
  • X'mas da yo! Doraemon & Doraemons Chō Special
  • Doraemon: Treasure of the Shinugumi Mountain



Doraemon the Musical: Nobita and the Animal Planet (舞台版ドラえもん のび太とアニマル惑星(プラネット)」。 Utaiba Doraemon: Nobita to Animaru Puranetto?) was a 2008 musical based on the 1990 anime film of the same name.[1]

The musical debuted at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space on September 4, 2008 running through September 14.[2] Wasabi Mizuta voiced Doraemon.

The story was the same as in the original film: Nobita saw magic dust in his house and it teleports him to the Animal Planet.

Video games[edit]

Other appearances[edit]

A Doraemon alarm clock appears in the video to Steps version of Tragedy.


  1. ^ Event information, News about the musical
  2. ^ "Events Calendar". Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space. Retrieved 2008-08-13. [dead link]