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Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future, Vol. 1 (Doraemon Bilingual Edition)

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A cat-shaped robot born on September 3, 2112. He rode a time machine all the way back from the 22nd century to help Nobita. He can pull all sorts of secret tools out of the "4-D (Fourth Dimensional) Pocket" on his tummy whenever Nobita needs them to get himself out of trouble.
Published February 22nd 2002 by Shogakukan English Comics
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karen
thanks to silvia, i have a doraemon book i can actually read. but it might have been better when i was making up my own story as i went along. if i were a cat-shaped robot from the future with a magic pouch from which i could pull secret tools,the last thing i would be doing would be hanging around with this turd of a kid. he is petty and lazy and rude and kind of a sissy. all he does is disappoint doraemon and throw tantrums. surely there is some kind of weapon in the fourth dimension which cou ...more
Britt☮
Oct 06, 2009 Britt☮ rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Britt☮ by: Arisa
This is a cute and funny comic about a robot cat (Doraemon) who goes back in time to prevent a boy named Nobita from growing up to be an old, unlucky loser. Doraemon has all kinds of fun tools stored away in his 4-D pocket that often get the two into more trouble than out of it. Whether it's animal crackers that turn the eaters into the animal they just ate or scissors that separate people's shadows from their bodies, there's no limit to the silly situations they find themselves in.

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Dave Maddock
I picked this book up at a kiosk in the Kansai airport on my way home after seeing the Doraemon character all over Japan. Of course, I thought my son might like it, but truth be told it was a fun little read.

It was the first manga book I've read and it took me a minute to realize that it should be read back to front and right to left. The stories are formulaic morality tales and the English translations add an interesting layer of humor. For instance, while gloating about an unearned test score
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Julie
Both culturally educational and enjoyable, this collection of short cautionary tales about a lazy-ish boy and his "gadget cat from the future" is a quick and fun read. Normal childish concern get quick and innovative solutions from Doraemon, which we learn don't exactly solve the problems. The traditional Japanese concerns of space (or lack thereof), respecting elders, and working hard are all echoed here, but not in a preachy way. We learn, along with Nobita, that the easy way is not always the ...more
Adelle R.
Sice to vypadá na příběh pro mladší, ale já se u toho dost nachechtala. Fakt mě to bavilo :D
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Fujiko F. Fujio (藤子・F・不二雄 in Japanese) was a penname of Japanese significant cartoonist Hiroshi Fujimoto. After leaving his native home for Tokyo, he started his drawing career collaborating with his partner and long-time friend, Motoo Abiko whose later held his penname Fujiko Fujio (A). Thier co-penname was Fujiko Fujio, which later was well-known in Japan and in many countries. Fujimoto and his ...more
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Doraemon Bilingual Edition (10 books)
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