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Doraemon episode played once and then disappeared without a trace: Is it true or prank?

Doraemon is one of the famous comics, childhood of many people and also the enthusiasm of author Fujiko F. Fujio. Launched in 1969, Doraemon quickly became a fever and famous not only in Japan but also in many countries around the world.

To date, after more than 50 years of birth, Doraemon still makes people watch over and over again from short stories, to long stories and even anime series. However, many will be surprised to learn the truth Doraemon There is still another mysterious episode related to the departure of author Fujiko Fujio that until now, it has disappeared without a trace.


Do children’s comics like Doraemon also have scary stories? (Photo: Twitter).

Famous rumor about the ending of Doraemon

There will be many people who feel ridiculous that Doraemon is a comic book for children, so it will be difficult to have the horror version or the mysterious story surrounding it. But rumors about Doraemon netizens are constantly being told, and one of the most famous stories is the theory of the ending Doraemon.

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It’s not hard to come across horrifying images of Doraemon in the Creepypasta enthusiast community. (Photo: Instagram).


According to this theory, there is actually no Doraemon cat. All the adventure stories, the magical jewels are just from Nobita’s dream only because he was seriously ill and did not have a friend by his side. Many rumors said that at one point the publisher really intended to put an end to this, but everything had to be canceled because of too much opposition from the fans.

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The end of Doraemon is that Nobita was seriously ill, which caused much controversy on social networks. (Photo: Pinterest).

The short episode disappears without a trace

Not just rumors about the end, Doraemon Many people believe that there was a short episode shown at the time of the death of author Fujiko F. Fujio. However, this short episode was later deleted and so far, no one has been able to find it even on the Internet, like this anime episode has never existed.

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Really exists a short Doraemon episode but disappeared without a trace? (Photo: Twitter).

Reportedly, author Fujiko F. Fujio died in 1996 due to liver disease and heart disease. He took his last breath at his home while he was composing the unfinished story collection Nobita And Adventure In The City Of The Windy.

The departure of author Fujiko F. Fujio has left a great regret in the hearts of fans. So according to many people, a short episode called Can not help but Gone was broadcast as goodbye by the author to everyone. What makes fans wonder is that it only aired once and then no one watched it again.

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Author Fujiko F. Fujio leaves while composing the Doraemon series. (Photo: Sohu).

The content of the mystery episode

Read more about the episode Can not help but to Go, netizens told each other that, in the movie, there is a scene of Nobita walking into his room, he stood in place and turned around continuously making the action become extremely weird. After finishing his actions, Nobita suddenly told himself: “I have to go now!” And so on, the scenery began to sink deep into the darkness.

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Rumors of the episode with Nobita’s strange actions caused people to sell suspicion (Image: Twitter).

In addition, in another video and also an ending scene, when Nobita walked on the road alone, Doraemon ran to ask: “Nobita, where do you want to go?” Nobita replied: “I have to go, go to a far away place”. Then, at this moment, Nobita suddenly became the author of Fujiko F. Fujio. Doraemon now added: “Thank you very much, Fujiko F. Fujio.” The author immediately said: “Nothing!”.

What scared many people was that after the episode aired, information about the author Fujiko F. Fujio passed away.

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The image was drawn by fans based on the words from the episode. (Photo: Manganet Works).

Rumors surrounding the episode

A story told by lucky people who have the opportunity to watch the episode Can not help but to Go, But there are still many rumors surrounding the short episode that disappeared without a trace of Doraemon. Some people believe that the episode as a premonition for the death of Fujiko F. Fujio, also someone more curious about the reason for disappearing without a trace of the special anime episode.

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The short episode disappears mysteriously, leaving no traces of curiosity for the fans. (Photo: Meganerd).

Up to now, the stories of this mysterious anime episode are still spreading a lot online. Specifically, you will find it in the list of oral horror stories (Creepypasta) or urban legends (Urban legend) revolving around Doraemon. Although the episode was told not to be too scary, it still makes people feel cruel because of the involvement of the author of the series.

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Doraemon has many mysteries that cannot be explained, but fans still love this cat from this future. (Photo: Pinterest).

In fact, besides those who believe in the story, there are still doubts about the true existence of the episode. Everything related to Doraemon There are still many mysteries and inexplicable, but the fact that the cat from the future is known, loved and admired by thousands of people is completely true. And you, what do you think about the mysterious episode of Doraemon?

Reference information from: Japan Times / Theo Su Kem – Sports & Culture

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