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Nov 14, 2013 6:46 AM

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Yesterday, it was announced that the 36th Doraemon movie, titled "Stand by Me Doraemon," will be the first full-length 3DCG movie for the series and will be released next summer. While the story will be original, it will be based on famous scenes from the manga including "Mirai no Kuni kara Harubaru to" (Coming a Long Way from Future Land), "Sayounara, Doraemon" (Goodbye, Doraemon), and "Nobita no Kekkon Zenya" (One Night Prior to Nobita's Wedding Day). Yamazaki Takashi and Yagi Ryuuichi are directing the film. They have stated that the choice of 3DCG will allow viewers to really feel Doraemon's secret tools and that the movie will be for all Doraemon fans, both young and old. This movie also celebrates 80th anniversary of birth of Fujiko F. Fujio, the creator of Doraemon, next year.

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At first I thought it'd look like the shitty CG we usually in anime... but this is waaay better.

I'm planning to watch some more Doraemon stuff anyway, so why not give it a try whenever it comes online.
 
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Nov 14, 2013 7:26 AM

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dat animation. In all seriousness this looks great. Being 3DCG like most of the American animated movies are nowadays this could possibly see some popularly in the U.S. market which would be nice.
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more tradtion dieing
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I think I'm definitely going to watch this for old times sake. Thanks for keeping us posted as always!
 
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Looks like shit. Fuck cgi.
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Initially i thought that something must be wrong with Disney for producing Doraemon, turns out i was wrong.

No but seriously, that was really impressive 3D animation. Way way better than the usual CG and Cel-shade that i've often seen in a bunch of anime lately (which look jarring due to failure in blending with hand-drawn animation). It's probably already on par with the likes of Toys story and The Incredibles that only Disney and their crazy budget could pull off. Now i'm seriously looking forward to see it come out on cinema already
 
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Nov 14, 2013 7:38 AM

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Well, I guess if Saint Seiya could get a CGI film, Doraemon can get one too!

Next up: Dragon Ball.
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Nov 14, 2013 7:44 AM

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Woah, its not that bad..
 
Nov 14, 2013 8:02 AM

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Will watch it just because it's Doraemon. But like DateYutaka said, tradition is dying. Sometimes I wish a traditionally animated series like Urusei Yatsura or Maison Ikkoku was created..


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Nov 14, 2013 8:05 AM

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Looks like pixar works on their early days.
It's quite rare to see Doraemon Movies taking from manga main storyline, and the beginning at that.
Perhaps they wanted to reintroduce Doraemon to the world, after all it's manga was just recently brought to western market.
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Next up: Dragon Ball.

Pls, no. I'm still traumatized by it's western adaptation.
 
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Doraemon will never end
 
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azzuRe said:

malvarez1 said:

Next up: Dragon Ball.

Pls, no. I'm still traumatized by it's western adaptation.


B-but! One Piece and Toriko both got CGI films! Its not fair!
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YusakuGodai said:
Will watch it just because it's Doraemon. But like DateYutaka said, tradition is dying. Sometimes I wish a traditionally animated series like Urusei Yatsura or Maison Ikkoku was created..


What do you mean when saying that "tradition is dying"???



 
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malvarez1 said:
azzuRe said:

malvarez1 said:

Next up: Dragon Ball.

Pls, no. I'm still traumatized by it's western adaptation.


B-but! One Piece and Toriko both got CGI films! Its not fair!
Just saying, but Toriko wasn't in CGI :P
Dragon Ball in 3DCG... I'm not sure if that'll work.
 
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One thing not translated and reported in the initial post is that next year it is the 80th anniversary of birth of Fujiko F Fujio, the creator of Doraemon, so this 3DCG carries additional significance in celebrating Fujiko's legacy.
So MAL finally starts locking news threads that are only a few weeks old?

I wonder where was the announcement of this change? Or we are seeing yet another case of changes made that impacted users but not communicated to them?

I wonder how long people would put up with this.

As much as I have a bunch of information to share about anime announced recently I cannot share it in news board, and the anime series is too disorganized and chaotic to share information except with people already interested in the particular series.
 
Nov 14, 2013 10:40 AM

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I'm glad they decided to make a 3DCG Doraemon movie. The animation is very sharp, it's definitely an improvement from Pixar's early works. It looks like they really focus on character's mouths and emotions. The blushes and moe smiles are added. This sure is done in 3DCG, but it's Japan's 3DCG :)
 
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DateYutaka said:
more tradtion dieing
MajinSaga said:
Looks like shit. Fuck cgi.



Awwww, you two don't disagree for once. Cute :>
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As a fan of Doraemon since 17 years ago, I feel this news is a good change... It's not like they'll animated all of Doraemon TV series with full-length 3DCG
 
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Just looking @ the word Doraemon brings back a lot of childhood memories.
 
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Intersting in some ways..
Might just look into it more then
 
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I like it. Looks pretty good, like one of those new Disney movies. Will watch.

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Nov 14, 2013 5:27 PM

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oh god, I can't accept that.
It looks horrible imo. Doraemon is the only one that doesn't look really bad, if not, all the other characters just look... so... weird.
 
Nov 14, 2013 5:33 PM

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I'd root for 2DCG

Are you the bloody applause monkey? Keep your sh*t comments to yourself or go troll on 4chan.
 
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Suntears said:
As a fan of Doraemon since 17 years ago, I feel this news is a good change... It's not like they'll animated all of Doraemon TV series with full-length 3DCG


Same here.
 
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kandiiyuutaamu said:
YusakuGodai said:
Will watch it just because it's Doraemon. But like DateYutaka said, tradition is dying. Sometimes I wish a traditionally animated series like Urusei Yatsura or Maison Ikkoku was created..


What do you mean when saying that "tradition is dying"???

Cel animation is practically non-existent. Nowadays it's all computer.


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Well... I'm just gonna watch it later, and hope that this will be as good as the old one. Or even better.

Totally looking forward to it
 
Nov 15, 2013 5:16 AM

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Looks good to me, I'll wait for this.

Why Nobita have a creepy face??wtf
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Well, one thing is or sure....

This could actually do well at the American box office.
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The human's characters eyes look ridiculous. Who the fuck thought this was a good idea?
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Makuro said:
Looks good to me, I'll wait for this.

Why Nobita have a creepy face??wtf


Yup, kinda O_O but oh well this is Doraemon so I'll probably watch it to relive the memories :D
 
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Lots of people seem to have seen Doraemon back in the days... I feel left out, lol.

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The human's characters eyes look ridiculous. Who the fuck thought this was a good idea?
Meh, I think it looks alright.
 
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morshuwarrior said:
Lots of people seem to have seen Doraemon back in the days... I feel left out, lol.

MajinSaga said:
The human's characters eyes look ridiculous. Who the fuck thought this was a good idea?
Meh, I think it looks alright.


Unless they grew up in Japan, they're bullshiting.
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YusakuGodai said:
kandiiyuutaamu said:
YusakuGodai said:
Will watch it just because it's Doraemon. But like DateYutaka said, tradition is dying. Sometimes I wish a traditionally animated series like Urusei Yatsura or Maison Ikkoku was created..


What do you mean when saying that "tradition is dying"???

Cel animation is practically non-existent. Nowadays it's all computer.


this hurts the industry in the longer run cause it hurts smaller studios that are forceed too do neiche animes cuase of it

MajinSaga said:
morshuwarrior said:
Lots of people seem to have seen Doraemon back in the days... I feel left out, lol.

MajinSaga said:
The human's characters eyes look ridiculous. Who the fuck thought this was a good idea?
Meh, I think it looks alright.


Unless they grew up in Japan, they're bullshiting.


or a few other asain nations its was one of the first anime Leaglly imported to China[ Hong Kong and mainland too]
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DateYutaka said:
MajinSaga said:
morshuwarrior said:
Lots of people seem to have seen Doraemon back in the days... I feel left out, lol.

Unless they grew up in Japan, they're bullshiting.

or a few other asain nations its was one of the first anime Leaglly imported to China[ Hong Kong and mainland too]
Precisely.
MajinSaga, I suggest you check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_non-Japanese_Doraemon_versions

Hongkong and Thailand got the anime even back in early 80s. And I think Hongkong has the honor of being the first location outside Japan to air Doraemon TV series, back in 1981 !!

And not just Asia, Italy got it in 1982 !!
So MAL finally starts locking news threads that are only a few weeks old?

I wonder where was the announcement of this change? Or we are seeing yet another case of changes made that impacted users but not communicated to them?

I wonder how long people would put up with this.

As much as I have a bunch of information to share about anime announced recently I cannot share it in news board, and the anime series is too disorganized and chaotic to share information except with people already interested in the particular series.
 
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Yeah lol, Nobita's face rather creepy. So that's how he look in 3D. Still gonna watch this for Shizuka though,, She looks so cute there, well, when she's not? :p
 
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I think this is going to be the awesomest movie in doraemon cartoon network
 
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