Doraemon Long Stories

Doraemon Long Stories (大長編ドラえもん Daichōhen Doraemon) is a science-fiction manga series based on Fujiko Fujio's Doraemon. It was adapted from a line of Doraemon films released in Japan cinemas between 1980 and 2004 and published in CoroCoro Comic magazine. The first 17 were released digitally on Amazon Kindle in color, translated in English for the North American market, on December 27, 2017. The next was Shogakukan collection in Volume.[1]

Doraemon Long Stories
大長編ドラえもん
(Daichōhen Doraemon)
GenreScience-fiction
Manga
Doraemon Long Story
Written byFujiko F. Fujio
Fujiko Pro (From Volume 18)
Illustrated byFujiko F. Fujio (From Vol 1 to Vol 16)
Shintaro Mugiwara (From Vol 17 to Vol 20)
Yasunori Okada (From Vol 21 to Vol 24)
Published byShogakukan
DemographicShōnen
ImprintTentōmushi Comics
Fujiko F. Fujio Land
Shōgakukan Corocoro Bunko
Tentōmushi Comics Wide Special
Pikkapika Comics
The Complete Works of Fujiko・F・Fujio
MagazineCoroCoro Comic
Original runJanuary, 1980March, 2004
Volumes24

History

VOL No Title Release Time Times Note
Time Total All F All
1 - Nobita’s Dinosaur January–March 1980 3 1 1 pen name was Fujiko Fujio
2 - Nobita’s Record of Spaceblazer September 1980 - February 1981 6
3 - Nobita and the Haunts of Evil September 1981 - February 1982 6
4 - Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil August 1982 - February 1983 7 2 name was「のび太の海底城」
5 - Nobita’s Great Adventure into the Underworld September 1983 - February 1984 6
6 - Nobita’s Little Star Wars August 1984 - January 1985 6 2
7 - Nobita and the Steel Troops August 1985 - January 1986 6 3
8 - Nobita and the Knights of Dinosaurs November 1986 - March 1987 5 Motoo Abiko left from Fujiko Fujio's pen name
9 - Nobita and the Birth of Japan October 1988 - March 1989 6 2 4
10 - Nobita and the Animal Planet October - March 1990 6 pen name was Fujiko F. Fujio from the volume
11 - Nobita’s Dorabian Nights September 1990 - February 1991 6
12 - Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds October 1991 - March 1992
Doraemon Club number 2 (1 May 1994)
4 (+2)
1
3 5 January spause . Feb&March Fujiko Pro
the last was Doraemon Club
13 - Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth September 1992 - March 1993
( January spause )
6
14 - Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen September 1993 - March 1994
(January spause)
6
15 - Nobita's Diary of the Creation of the World September 1994 - March 1995
(December spause)
6 6
16 - Nobita and the Galaxy Super-express September 1995 - February 1996 6
17 - Nobita and the Spiral City September 1996 - March 1997
(November spause)
6 3 pages was draw by Fujiko
and other pages was draw by Fujiko Pro
18 1 Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Sea October 1997 - March 1998 6 4 - Fujiko Pro draw from the volume
19 2 Nobita Drifts in the Universe October 1998 - March 1999 6
20 3 Nobita and the Legend of the Sun King October 1999 - March 2000 6
21 4 Nobita and the Winged Braves February - March 2001 2 Yasunori Okada draw from the Volume to end
22 5 Nobita in the Robot Kingdom February - March 2002 2
23 6 Nobita and the Windmasters February - March 2003 2
24 7 Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey February - March 2004 2

Regular and Soft Cover

# Title Release date ISBN
1 Nobita’s Dinosaur 28 November 1983 ( regular cover ), 25 December1983 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140602-5
2 Nobita’s Record of Spaceblazer 28 February 1984 ( regular cover ), 25 March 1984 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140603-3
3 Nobita and the Haunts of Evil 28 August 1985 ( regular cover ), 25 September 1985 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140605-X
4 Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil 28 May 1983 ( regular cover ), 25 June 1983 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140601-7
5 Nobita’s Great Adventure into the Underworld 28 September 1984 ( regular cover ), 25 October 1984 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140604-1
6 Nobita’s Little Star Wars 28 October 1985 ( regular cover ), 25 November 1985 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140606-8
7 Nobita and the Steel Troops 28 January 1987 ( regular cover ), 25 February 1987 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140607-6
8 Nobita and the Knights of Dinosaurs 28 May 1988 ( regular cover ), 25 June 1988 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140608-4
9 Nobita and the Birth of Japan 28 July 1989 ( regular cover ), 25 August 1989 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140609-2
10 Nobita and the Animal Planet 27 October 1990 ( regular cover ), 25 October 1990 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-140610-6
11 Nobita’s Dorabian Nights 27 July 1991 ( regular cover ), 25 August 1991 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141751-5
12 Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds 28 June 1992 ( regular cover ), 25 July 1992 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141752-3
13 Nobita and the Tin

Labyrinth

28 July 1993 ( regular cover ), 25 August 1993 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141753-1
14 Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen 27 August 1994 ( regular cover ), 25 September 1994 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141754-X
15 Nobita's Diary of the

Creation of the World

28 August 1995 ( regular cover ), 25 September 1995 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141755-8
16 Nobita and the Galaxy

Super-express

28 August 1996 ( regular cover ), 25 September 1996 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141756-6
17 Nobita and the Spiral City 28 August 1997 ( regular cover ), 25 September 1997 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141757-4
18 Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Sea 28 September 1998 ( regular cover ), 25 October 1998 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141758-2
19 Nobita Drifts in the Universe 28 September 1999 ( regular cover ), 25 September 1999 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141759-0
20 Nobita and the Legend of the Sun King 28 July 2000 ( regular cover ), 25 August 2000 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-141760-4
21 Nobita and the Winged

Braves

28 July 2001 ( regular cover ), 25 September 2001 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-142861-4
22 Nobita in the Robot

Kingdom

28 August 2002 ( regular cover ), 25 September 2002 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-142862-2
23 Nobita and the

Windmasters

28 July 2003 (regular cover), 25 August 2003 (soft cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-142863-0
24 Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey 27 August 2004 (Regular cover), 25 September 2004 (sorf cover) [2] ISBN 4-09-142864-9

B6 Paper

# Title Release date ISBN
1 Nobita's Dinosaur 8 May 1987 ISBN 4-12-410142-2
2 Nobita's Record of

Spaceblaze

14 August 1987 ISBN 4-12-410154-6
3 Nobita and the Haunts of Evil 4 December 1987 ISBN 4-12-410170-8
4 Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil 8 April 1988 ISBN 4-12-410186-4
5 Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld 8 July 1988 ISBN 4-12-410198-8
6 Nobita's Little Star Wars 14 October 1988 ISBN 4-12-410210-0
7 Nobita and the Steel Troops 2 December 1988 ISBN 4-12-410218-6
8 Nobita and the Knights of Dinosaurs 17 March 1989 ISBN 4-12-410231-3
9 Nobita and the Birth of

Japan

3 April 1990 ISBN 4-12-410282-8

Soft cover of Shogakukan Corocoro

# Title Release date ISBN
1 Nobita's Dinosaur 24 February 1995 [3] ISBN 4-09-194011-0
2 Nobita's Record of

Spaceblazer

24 February 1995 [3] ISBN 4-09-194012-9
3 Nobita and the Haunts of Evil 24 February 1995 [3] ISBN 4-09-194013-7
4 Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil 21 July 1995 [3] ISBN 4-09-194014-5
5 Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld 21 July 1995 [3] ISBN 4-09-194015-3
6 Nobita's Little Star Wars 21 July 1995 [3] ISBN 4-09-194016-1
7 Nobita and the Steel Troops 23 February 1996 [3] ISBN 4-09-194017-X
8 Nobita and the Knights of Dinosaurs 23 February 1996 [3] ISBN 4-09-194018-8
9 Nobita and the Birth of

Japan

23 February 1996 [3] ISBN 4-09-194019-6
10 Nobita and the Animal

Planet

19 July 1996 [3] ISBN 4-09-194020-X
11 Nobita's Dorabian Nights 19 July 1996 [3] ISBN 4-09-194081-1
12 Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds 19 July 1996 [3] ISBN 4-09-194082-X
13 Nobita and the Tin

Labyrinth

21 February 1997 [3] ISBN 4-09-194083-8
14 Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen 21 February 1997 [3] ISBN 4-09-194084-6
15 Nobita's Diary of the

Creation of the World

21 February 1997 [3] ISBN 4-09-194085-4
16 Nobita and the Galaxy

Super-express

28 October 1998 [3] ISBN 4-09-194086-2
17 Nobita and the Spiral City 28 October 1998 [3] ISBN 4-09-194087-0

Color Comics

# Title Release date ISBN
1 Nobita's Dinosaur 13 February 2004 [Sho 1] ISBN 4091498612
2 Nobita's Record of

Spaceblazer

13 February 2004 [Sho 2] ISBN 4091498620
3 Nobita and the Haunts of Evil 27 March 2004 [Sho 3] ISBN 4091498647
4 Nobita and the Castle of the Undersea Devil 27 March 2004 [Sho 4] ISBN 4091498655
5 Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld 27 March 2004 [Sho 5] ISBN 4091498663
6 Nobita's Little Star Wars 27 April 2004 [Sho 6] ISBN 4091498671
7 Nobita and the Steel Troops 27 April 2004 [Sho 7] ISBN 409149868X
8 Nobita and the Knights of Dinosaurs 28 May 2004 [Sho 8] ISBN 4091498698
9 Nobita's Parallel Journey to the West 13 February 2004 [Sho 9] ISBN 4091498639
10 Nobita and the Birth of

Japan

28 May 2004 [Sho 10] ISBN 4091498701
11 Nobita's Dorabian Nights 10 December 2010 [Sho 11] ISBN 9784091411570
12 Nobita's Dorabian Nights 24 December 2010 [Sho 12] ISBN 9784091411587
13 Nobita and the Tin

Labyrinth

28 February 2011 [Sho 13] ISBN 9784091412850
14 Nobita and the Tin

Labyrinth

28 February 2011 [Sho 14] ISBN 9784091412287

A5 Paper

# Main Version (A5) Normal Version ISBN
1 29 September 2010 [4] 24 September 2010 ISBN 978-4-09-143438-8
2 30 January 2011 [4] 25 January 2011 ISBN 978-4-09-143449-4
3 30 July 2011 [4] 25 July 2011 ISBN 978-4-09-143466-1
4 27 December 2011 [4] 22 December 2011 ISBN 978-4-09-143478-4
5 28 March 2012 [4] 23 March 2012 ISBN 978-4-09-143486-9
6 30 May 2012 [4] 25 May 2012 ISBN 978-4-09-143499-9

North American Amazon Kindle Color Releases (English)

# Title Release date ISBN
1 Noby's Dinosaur 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NN4SBV
2 Noby the Spaceblazer 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NDX9QH
3 Noby's Uncharted World 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NDXH2P
4 Noby in Devilfish Castle 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NMJSDC
5 Noby and the Devildoom Chronicles 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NNNJB8
6 Noby's Little Space War 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NMX81B
7 Noby vs. the Mecha Army 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NPC78D
8 Noby and the Dino Knights 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NPP3MV
9 Noby's Stone Age Japan 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NM3NSK
10 Noby's Storybook Planet 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NMHLKT
11 Noby's Dorabian Nights 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NR4GKS
12 Noby's Kingdom in the Clouds 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NN41Y4
13 Noby and the Tin Toy Labyrinth 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NNGHWR
14 Noby's Phantastic Swordsmen 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NPYB69
15 Noby, Creator of Worlds 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NPY8P5
16 Noby's Galactic Express 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NDXLTJ
17 Noby's Wind-up City 27 December 2017 ASIN B078NPB9Z8

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External links

Cratermaze

Cratermaze, known in Japan as Doraemon: Meikyū Daisakusen (ドラえもん 迷宮大作戦), is a video game released in 1990 for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console. The game was re-released by Hudson Soft for the Virtual Console on August 13, 2007 in North America, and on August 17, 2007 in Europe and Australia.

Cratermaze was a variation of the Japanese games Booby Kids (released for Famicom) and Kid no Hore Hore Daisakusen (1987), an arcade game released by Nihon Bussan. A number of contemporary reviews compare the maze-like gameplay to Hudson's Bomberman series.

Doki Doki Wildcat Engine

Doki Doki Wildcat Engine (ドキドキ機関車大爆走!, Doki Doki Kikansha Daibakushou) is a Doraemons film. It premiered on a bill with Doraemon: Nobita's the Legend of the Sun King and Doraemon: A Grandmother's Recollections. The movie's original plot was written by Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.

Dorabase

Dorabase (ドラベース, Dorabesu), subtitled Doraemon Super Baseball Gaiden (ドラえもん超野球 (スーパーベースボール)外伝), is a baseball manga spin-off series by Shintaro Mugiwara based on the characters of long-running series Doraemon since 2000. Though an official series, it is unlike The Doraemons, which is more closely related to the main series.

It is published in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic magazine. It is also published in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo, in Malaysia by Tora Aman, in Thailand by Nations group and in Vietnam by Kim Dong Publishing House.

Doraemon 3D Short Movies

Doraemon 3D Short Movies (ドラえもん3Dショートムービー) is a 2008 collection of Doraemon short movies that were viewable for free on the Doraemon website.

Doraemon Land

Doraemon Land is a Spanish game show based on the anime and manga series Doraemon. The space was produced by 60dB, Luk Internacional and Turnek. The show was broadcast on Boing channel on everynight Friday at 9 PM. MC was actress Malaga Laura Artolachipi.

Doraemon no Uta

"Doraemon no Uta" (ドラえもんのうた, Doraemon no uta) is the opening theme song for the Doraemon anime from 1979 to 2005 on TV Asahi. The lyrics were written by Takumi Kusube and the show was created by Kikuchi Shunsuke. The original singer was Kumiko Osugi.

Over the course of the series, the opening theme was performed by many artists:

ドラえもんのうた

Ganbare! Gian!!

Ganbare! Gian!! (がんばれ!ジャイアン!!, Ganbare! Jaian!!) (Good Luck! Gian!!) is a 2001 Japanese short anime family film based on the popular manga and anime series, Doraemon. It premiered on March 10, 2001 in Japan on a bill with Doraemon: Nobita and the Winged Braves. The movie's original plot was written by Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.

Goal! Goal! Goal!!

The Doraemons: Goal! Goal! Goal!! (ゴール!ゴール!ゴール!!) is a short-length feature film based on The Doraemons, a spin-off of the long-running series, Doraemon. It premiered on March 9, 2002 in Japan on a bill with The Day When I Was Born and Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Kingdom. The movie's original plot was written by Fujiko F. Fujio and Motoo Abiko. During the 2002 FIFA World Cup, The movie "The Doraemons: Goal! Goal! Goal!" had shown to the world, to celebrated The Doraemons (because the 2002 FIFA World Cup is the first ever FIFA World Cup had all the 7 teams came from 7 countries of The Doraemons: Japan (Doraemon) as host, Brazil (Dora-rinho), Spain (El Matadora), USA (Dora-the-Kid), China PR (Wang Dora), Saudi Arabia (Dora-med III) and Russia (Dora-nichov)).

Mini-Dora SOS

Dorami-chan: Mini-Dora SOS!!! (ミニドラSOS!!!) is a Doraemon anime short film based on the Doraemon manga series. It premiered in theatres on March 11, 1989 with Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan. The movie's original plot was written by Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.

The Day When I Was Born

Doraemon: The Day When I Was Born (ぼくの生まれた日, Doraemon: Boku no Umareta Hi) is a 2002 Japanese short anime film based on the popular manga and anime series, Doraemon. It premiered on March 9, 2002 in Japan on a bill with Doraemon: Nobita in the Robot Kingdom. The movie's original plot was written by Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.

The Puzzling Challenge Letter of the Mysterious Thief Dorapan

The Puzzling Challenge Letter of the Mysterious Thief Dorapan (怪盗ドラパン謎の挑戦状!) is a 1997 Japanese short anime family film about The Doraemons. It was released on 8 March 1997 with Doraemon: Nobita and the Spiral City.

What Am I for Momotaro

What am I for Momotaro (ぼく、桃太郎のなんなのさ) is a short film of Doraemon based on the manga series. It was released on August 1, 1981 in Japan.

Wow, The Kid Gang of Bandits

Wow, The Kid Gang of Bandits! (ドラミちゃん アララ少年山賊団!, Dorami-chan: Arara shounen sanzoku Dan) is a Doraemon anime short film. It premiered in theatres of Japan on March 9, 1991 alongside Doraemon: Nobita's Dorabian Nights. The movie's original plot was written by Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.

Yume o Kanaete Doraemon

Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon (夢をかなえてドラえもん) is a soundtrack based on Doraemon TV series which was released on June 2007. The song, Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon is featured on the opening of the Doraemon TV series on May 2007 to present. Odore Dore Dora Doraemon Ondo (踊れ・どれ・ドラ ドラえもん音頭) is featured on the endings on June 29, 2007 to August 10, 2007 and July 18, 2008.

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