Someone decided to bastardize my idol, Doraemon. Picture taken in a tshirt shop in Bangkok, Thailand.
Doraemon on the left, Doralin on the right.
The guy on the right has Doraemon’s feet!
Doraemon’s evil twin 😛
Photo Credits to: BBD
ZOOOMGGGGG B EEE SSS TTT CUPPP CAAAKKKEE EVAAAAAAAAAA
More cupcake pictures @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sgcupcake_momma/
I found another fan who created another ending for the Doraemon comic series. Not exactly Doraemon’s ending. More like Nobita’s ending.
(Read from left to right)
If you dont understand the story, it’s basically about Doraemon getting fed-up with Nobita and purportedly gave him a gadget that will help Nobita. All Nobita has to do is put the gadget into his mouth and pull the trigger.
Bang, it’s a real gun.
Last year, I blogged about Doraemon’s ending. As the creator of Doraemon, Fujiko F. Fujio passed away in 1996, there is no official ending. However, there are numerous unofficial endings created by third parties. I found one uploaded at http://www.kejut.com .
The entire episode @ http://www.kejut.com/doraemon1 (In Japanese with English translation)
Interestingly, iit was reported that the artist of the above unofficial Doraemon ending had to compensate the publisher Shogakukan Inc. and Fujiko Productions, the management company of late Doraemon creator Fujio F. Fujiko for copyright infringement. . He published a book featuring the above story and sold them online and at Akihabara bookstores for 500 yen apiece. He sold about 13,000 copies.
As 2007 approaches, my faithful Doraemon calendar in my office will be retiring to the shelves. A new 2007 calendar will be taking over Doraemon’s place.
In view of the upcoming festive seasons, one of my firm’s clients, who is involved in the lingerie business, sent me a Christmas card with a copy of their 2007 calendar full of girls in lingerie.
Doraemon  (http://www.k.hosei.ac.jp/~h01d8188/wall0201s.gif) (ドラえもん) by Fujiko F. Fujio (藤子・F・不二雄) is a Japanese manga about a robotic cat from the future who has travelled back in time to aid the thoroughly hapless Nobita Nobi in order that his descendants reap the benefits of Nobita’s success one day rather than be burdened by the considerable financial debts which his incompetence has led them to suffer in the original timeline.
Doraemon’s ending…Spoiler Warning!