You Can’t Stop Crying After Knowing The Real Death Story Of Doraemon!


From children to adults, everyone loves cartoon episodes. Some cartoon characters touches our hearts that we are deeply connected to it. One such most-loved cartoon character is Doraemon.

Death Story Of Doraemon

Doraemon has two endings. After the outrage of pessimist ending, Nobuo-Sato derived this ending.


Who Is Doraemon?


Doraemon is a robot who traveled in the past and met a schoolboy, Nobita. Nobita is a dumb guy who always gets into trouble and asks Doraemon to help him with the gadgets. Nobita always demands new gadgets from Doraemon to impress his friends, especially Shizuka.

Doraemon is very emotional and he can’t say no to Nobita for any gadgets because he loves him a lot and they both are best friends.

There are many episodes of this amazing cartoon series but most of us don’t know that there is an episode in which Doraemon dies and it is the last episode of the series.


How Doraemon Dies In The Last Episode?


Yes, you read it right. Doraemon died in the last episode. However, this episode was not telecasted in India. This episode of the death of Doraemon is very emotional and it can bring tears to your eyes.

One day, Nobita gets beaten up by Gian while he is returning from school. To take revenge on him, Nobita runs home to ask for a gadget from Doraemon. But when he enters his room, he finds Doraemon lying unconscious on the floor. He tries a lot to wake him up but fails.


Finally, he takes out time-television from his pocket and contacts Doraemi. After examining his brother, Doraemi exclaims that his battery had failed and had only two options.


What are those two options? Did Nobita succeed in waking up Doraemon? See the video below to know the full story.

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