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- 1 English dub
- 2 English and Irish broadcasting?
- 3 3rd strongest manga character?
- 4 Doraemon as the "Anime Ambassador"
- 5 English publisher Viz Media (dropped)
- 6 mixture?
- 7 Request for comment on articles for individual television episodes and characters
- 8 Inconsistent spelling
- 9 Chinese names
- 10 Episode notability
- 11 List of Doraemon Chapters
- 12 Shogakukan English Comics
- 13 External Link question
- 14 A Question.
- 15 Series finale rumors
- 16 Consider making a separate article about the character
- 17 Nobita and Sewashi
- 18 Semi-protected edit request on 16 September 2014
- 19 Wrong interwiki link
- 20 Doraemon
- 21 Pronunciation
- 22 Doremon English versions published in Japan, Taiwan, and/or Mainland China
Since the series didn't air on U.S. television yet, maybe they can use the British dub instead, and show it on their own Cartoon Network. There would also be three episodes per 30-minute run, obviously. --Jonghyunchung 14:07, 13 June 2007 (UTC)
- Not all anime would end up in the English dub, but I did used to watch this under Chinese dub.--Dark paladin x (talk) 22:31, 24 January 2008 (UTC)
There is already a UK dub of the anime.
Hope this helps
English and Irish broadcasting?
The article says that Doraemon is shown on RTE Two in Ireland and Sky One and Two in England, when do those shows be on? 126.96.36.199 12:25, 27 June 2007 (UTC)
3rd strongest manga character?
According to the Kenshiro article, This link indicates Goku, Doraemon, and Kenshiro as the 3 strongest (Manga) characters. What exactly is it about Doraemon that makes him so powerful? Is it his boundless ability to make things come from the future? I don't remember this manga to be too violent, so I don't see how Doraemon could be a powerful entity. Then again, I haven't really read Doraemon for about 21 years now :) Piepants 17:59, 20 September 2007 (UTC)Piepants
He can shrink Goku with the shrinking torchlight and blow him away with the air cannon, or just bring out the wish phonebooth and wish that he's stronger than Goku. Anyway, wikipedia ain't really a place for this sort of discussion. The Slimy One 15:23, 26 July 2008 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Frozen Slime (talk • contribs)
Doraemon as the "Anime Ambassador"
I'm not really into this, but I saw a news article about the Japanese Foreign Ministry granting the honorary position of anime ambassador to Doraemon. I think that could be useful in your article in showing his popularity and effect.
- Viz media did not publish the series is basically what it meant.
Long story: They decided not to publish it because it had some "crude" humour in it and probably the couple of times they made light of suicide also put them off. Basically, when a series is "dropped", it means that the person with the rights to it decides, for whatever reason, to not publish it. Junjoh (talk) 01:40, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
- Because that is the official spelling. The first two characters are written in katakana, while the remaining ones are rendered in hiragana. -- 188.8.131.52 (talk) 20:18, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
Request for comment on articles for individual television episodes and characters
A request for comments has been started that could affect the inclusion or exclusion of episode and character, as well as other fiction articles. Please visit the discussion at Wikipedia_talk:Notability_(fiction)#Final_adoption_as_a_guideline. Ikip (talk) 10:59, 3 February 2009 (UTC)
I would like to do what I can to help copy facts from the Chinese article. For now, I'd like to note here that a friend in China told me Doreamon is known by the Chinese names "哆啦A梦" (as the Chinese Wikipedia article is titled) and "小叮当" (a name I knew and my friend helped me write). I think these should be mentioned in this English Wikipedia article, because a search for either of those doesn't bring up the article. It does find a separate article listing "non-Japanese versions", though. --Lance E Sloan (talk) 17:50, 27 March 2009 (UTC)
- Why do we need Chinese names here when we have a listing of names over at the list of international versions? _dk (talk) 00:01, 28 March 2009 (UTC)
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List of Doraemon Chapters
Shogakukan English Comics
I recently went to Japan and they were selling Doraemon in english. I have the first 4 volumes. Could we put somthing about this in the article? Just a suggestion. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 03:12, 9 April 2010 (UTC)
- There are 10 Doraemon English Comics volumes available at http://www.shogakukan.co.jp/books/series/_id_B30012 --Patto (talk) 03:05, 25 April 2010 (UTC)
- I may add the above link to the External Links on the page. --Patto (talk) 03:13, 25 April 2010 (UTC)
External Link question
Series finale rumors
Consider making a separate article about the character
Nobita and Sewashi
Semi-protected edit request on 16 September 2014
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- Not done: it's not clear what changes you want to be made. Please mention the specific changes in a "change X to Y" format. Cannolis (talk) 11:59, 16 September 2014 (UTC)
Can someone with permission fix the link to the Vietnamese article here please? Currently it's pointed at a template — Preceding unsigned comment added by ΤΗΑΝΗΡΗυ (talk • contribs) 06:56, 19 September 2014 (UTC)
I'm usually the last one to support turning Wikipedia into Wiktionary, but if there's an official position we should make it clear whether the English name sounds like it looks (door-ayy-mon→door-uh-mon) or whether it's four syllables as in Chinese and Japanese (do-rah-ayy-mon→door-uh-ayy-mon; i.e., Doraëmon).
I wouldn't delete the Japanese IPA itself but it probably should go to Wiktionary since anyone able to pronounce it correctly would be speaking Japanese and reading the Japanese Wiki rather than this article anyway. Better to just use a [[wikt: link for the Japanese text. — LlywelynII 03:30, 7 June 2015 (UTC)
- "since anyone able to pronounce it correctly would be speaking Japanese and reading the Japanese Wiki rather than this article anyway" I'm not sure you realise how ridiculous that statement sounds. SephyTheThird (talk) 07:58, 7 June 2015 (UTC)
Doremon English versions published in Japan, Taiwan, and/or Mainland China
I believe Doraemon also has had English versions published in Japan, Taiwan, and Mainland China.
- Japane edition: http://www.shogakukan.co.jp/books/09227011 - Shogakukan itself
- Taiwan edition: http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.yabook.com.tw/400.jpg/9789862090992.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.yabook.com.tw/main/modules/MePrdInfo/index.php?pc%3D14070468105&h=326&w=400&tbnid=vnlaTS6iMm_5-M:&docid=KYUdcHnSWw0XKM&itg=1&ei=YG36Vf_EPI6ryAS837aQDg&tbm=isch -
- Mainland China: Trying to find the name of the publisher...