Assuming you're worthless is the worst thing you can bởi.
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— Nobita Nobi, Doraemon (manga)
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Nobita is voiced by Yoshiko Ōta in the 1973 series, Noriko Ohara from 1979-March 2005, and Megumi Ōhara from April 2005 onwards.
Nobita is a boy of average height with fair skin. He usually wears a yellow shirt and navy xanh rờn shorts. He has straight Black hair, Black eyes and wears big round glasses. His appearance remains unchanged in every anime & manga adaption, except his height.
In the 1973 anime, Nobita had Black hair, round glasses and a red shirt with navy xanh rờn shorts. He was also shorter phàn nàn his other versions.
In the early episodes of the 1979 anime, Nobita wears a yellow shirt and navy xanh rờn shorts but still has Black hair. He is also a little taller. In the later episodes he is a lot taller phàn nàn his other versions, in fact, the tallest among all the versions. His Black hair, glasses, and yellow shirt remained the same.
Nobita is of medium height in the 2005 anime. He wears different clothing in many episodes. His signature clothing, however, is a yellow, light xanh rờn or red polo shirt and navy xanh rờn shorts. His glasses and Black hair remain the same.
The CGI Nobita has realistic straight Black hair with bangs and a yellow polo shirt with a white collar, xanh rờn navy shorts with xanh rờn jay shoes. His eyes are much bigger and now remain unchanged even without or with glasses phàn nàn his other adaptions and his glasses have Black frames.
Nobita is the hero at best and the villain at worst. At the beginning of the series, Nobita is a rather lazy person who has a cycle of constantly napping after school, keeping him up late when he wakes up late for school. This cycle of laziness occurs almost every day, keeping him up late at night and wake up late the next morning, hindering him academically. Nobita is very dependent on Doraemon and begs for multiple things, much to tát his disapproval. Many things that Nobita wishes for include; vengeance on his bullies, a better product phàn nàn what Suneo brags about, and privileges.
While his laziness is an issue, he slacks around in school. He regularly arrives late, is tardy with homework, and gets 0% on both exams and tests. The Classroom Teacher usually punishes him for this with after-school detentions or making him stand by the classroom door for long periods of time. His refusal, procrastination and dislike of studying while at trang chủ puts him back from excelling even further. His mother is constantly disappointed and angry with his lackluster performance. He later tries to tát hide his poor scores, which has proven unsuccessful. He also doesn't lượt thích to tát study, which only further hinders his performance in school. Nobita is not very athletic either, much to tát Gian's frustration. He is terrible at baseball and many other sports, often letting down Gian's baseball team. He doesn't have very good endurance as he lập cập, walk or swim for a short period of time then easily get tired and exhausted very quickly, much to tát his friends' frustration.
Despite Nobita's flawed personality, he is a good person that is a rather likable character with a couple of positive traits. He is good-hearted and generous to tát others as well. He is known to tát take pity on stray animals and is kind to tát most people who needs help. In some episodes, it is implied that his poor academic grades is due to tát his lazy nature as opposed to tát a lack of intellectual ability.
Nobita's best trait is his great creativity. His thoughts from out of the box lead to tát new and bizarre ideas of ways to tát use Doraemon's high tech devices. An example of this is the new sport of miễn phí flying with the use of Doraemon's "power of wind" fans (fans that can create a gust of wind with just a gentle swish) and how he used the voice hardener, a device considered useless to tát Doraemon, for transportation. Another example of his creativity was when he was provided with an imagination pill to tát make him think that he was in a swimming pool while being taught how to tát swim. Unfortunately, he imagined a preschool pool at which he accidentally stepped on a child's foot. In one of his dreams, he, as a genius, successfully produced a rocket to tát Mars in his bedroom. Both events show Nobita's amazing talent at thinking outside the box. Nobita's creativity is proof enough of his high intelligence. Also he has an extensive knowledge about science, environment and Doraemon's gadgets.
Despite not doing well academically, occasionally, Nobita is able to tát easily score a good mark or bởi well on a test. His imagination is the reason why he can write a great narrative, even with so sánh many spelling and grammatical mistakes. Although not good at drawing, he still managed to tát write a 32 paged comic. While considered clumsy, he possesses unparalleled marksmanship. He is also good at weaving string figures (cat's cradle) and has risked his life to tát save towns and people in full-length movies.
I won, by myself. You don't have to tát worry about mạ now.
— Nobita assuring Doraemon that he will be fine without him, though Doraemon is not convinced, Stand by Me Doraemon
Nobita and Doraemon can be called the closest friends of all time. They both have a strong bond and will never leave each other's side. As seen in many episodes, Nobita and Doraemon cannot live apart from each other and are always by each other's side, in times of danger, times of happiness, or times of sadness, despite Doraemon's constant annoyance of Nobita's lazy behavior and habit of pouncing on and/or wrapping his arms around him while whining and crying lượt thích a baby. Sometimes when villains pose as Doraemon, only Nobita could properly recognize him.
She's everything to tát mạ. But if I really care about Shizuka, she's better off without mạ.
— Nobita, Stand by Me Doraemon
For more information on their relationship and the list of scenes that was centered around them, see Relationship Between Nobita Nobi and Shizuka Minamoto
Shizuka is Nobita's childhood friend whom he's had a crush on for a very long time. He often uses Doraemon's gadgets to tát impress or help Shizuka but is unintentionally trumped by Hidetoshi Dekisugi. Despite this, Nobita will eventually marry Shizuka and have a child named Nobisuke. Shizuka starts off as a friend to tát him, but eventually develops a secret crush on him (in Doraemon: Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen, Shizuka dreamed that she was Princess Shizuka, married Nobita, whom she dreamed he was Silver Knight Nobitania). Sometimes Nobita is seen walking through the Anywhere Door (Doko Demo Doa in Japanese) and witnessing Shizuka taking a bath purposely or accidentally. Whenever Nobita doesn’t stop looking at Shizuka while bathing and continues blabbing or something else, she literally smacks him, splashes him with water, and/or throws a lot of things at him until he leaves. Whenever Nobita says something rude either purposely or accidentally, Shizuka would take offense to tát the point of snubbing and leaving him for his bluntness and rudeness, which leaves Nobita feeling stupid and guilty for driving her away. While they quarrel very rarely, they usually reconcile anyway.
In the episode The Two Shizuka-chan, Shizuka and Nobita went shopping together and Nobita bought a gadget that could create an aggressive, energetic clone of anyone. Near the over of the episode, when he looked at two Shizukas, he couldn't distinguish them from each other and started asking them miscellaneous questions about himself. Both Shizukas answered the questions correctly, so sánh he instead asked if Shizuka liked him and both of them started blushing. Though the real Shizuka stayed silent, whereas the clone is disgusted and yelled at him, allowing Nobita to tát identify the original and destroy the clone. This is one of the many pieces of evidence that Shizuka really likes Nobita.
Nobita, I actually really want to tát be friends but I wouldn't admit it...
— Gian's true feelings about as seen in one 1979 anime episode
While Gian is typically a bully that torments him, their relationship is somewhat good as sometimes they gang up on Suneo, and (though slightly forceful) Nobita tries to tát help Gian if possible. He often gets beaten by Gian, who could even claim "If I don't bully Nobita a day, I can't eat and sleep anymore." Gian has many reasons or none for constantly wanting to tát beat up Nobita, such as whenever Nobita teases him, being blunt, and ruining his day either purposely or accidentally. Basically, Gian thinks he is trying to tát teach Nobita a lesson in being more respectful to tát him or simply he takes so sánh much joy in making Nobita even more miserable phàn nàn before. Gian can be extremely dependent on Nobita and always asks or tells him to tát bởi whatever he wants and gives him the most impossible tasks. Nobita claims that he hates Gian so sánh much that he wanted him to tát get him out of his life forever. But during the Truthful Robot episode, their counterparts bởi not wish to tát be hostile. They are also shown to tát be very close to tát each other during plots with more threatening antagonists. In the movie Nobita's South Sea Adventure, when Nobita falls into the sea Gian holds his hand and tells him not to tát let go. Also, in some other episodes he helps Nobita, as in one episode, Nobita gets sick, and Gian helps him off the ground.
Here, you can read my comic! I'll get some snacks for you!
— Suneo to tát Nobita after Nobita rescued him from being beat up by Gian
Nobita's arch-rival and friend. He is a fox-faced rich kid who loves to tát flaunt his material wealth with everyone, which makes Nobita very jealous, contributing to tát many plots where Nobita seeks retribution, often with or without the tư vấn of Doraemon. He is often seen with Gian, being forced to tát bully Nobita, though deep down he sometimes actually feels sorry for him, as he also finds Gian somewhat disagreeable. He has a habit of inviting Gian and Shizuka to tát something or some place in earshot of Nobita, only to tát always leave him behind. While Gian is a complete bully to tát Nobita, Suneo is more of an irritant, due to tát his arrogant attitude. Suneo sometimes blames Nobita for every bad deed Gian comes to tát know about, lượt thích drawing Gian on the school board. Even so sánh, they are sometimes shown to tát be laughing and joking together, sometimes even ganging up on Gian when they have had enough. Nobita and Suneo may have conflicts, but they can still be good friends.
But you know, isn't it weird for a boy to tát cook?
— Nobita questioning why Dekisugi likes doing trang chủ Ec, Winning Shizuka-chan Back Part 2
Nobita's one-sided proclaimed eternal rival. He is jealous about his and Shizuka's friendship, as well as being jealous of his talent in almost any subject or activity, being shown as the complete antithesis to tát Nobita. The jealousy eventually dissipates when Nobita grows up and marries Shizuka (proven when Nobita agrees to tát look after Dekisugi's son, Hideyo, when Dekisugi and his wife have to tát travel to tát Mars).
Despite the jealous feelings, Nobita is eager to tát help Dekisugi. In It's Solved! The Dekisugi Case, Nobita manages to tát catch the culprit who harrased Dekisugi overnight through the telephone calls, in which Dekisugi thanked Nobita for helping him.
Nobita's mother. She often scolds him for his bad grades on tests and for not doing housework. Due to tát her harsh demeanour, Nobita views his mother as a brute, mean, heartless, dismissive, and unsympathetic person, who wants to tát make Nobita suffer to tát the point of having to tát apologise to tát her for no reason, even though all she wants is his well-being. He believes her to tát be more terrifying phàn nàn anything else, including monsters.
Nobita's father. He usually goes to tát work and sometimes sees him when he is at trang chủ. He is caring and less strict phàn nàn Nobita's mother. He's shown to tát have a more laid back and easy-going nature. Even though there are moments where he has been angry at Nobita, he often ends up feeling guilty about it later. He is in the same league as Nobita when he faces Tamako, even though he's sometimes pushed by his wife to tát play the "bad cop". Nevertheless, he is shown to tát always be compassionate to tát his family. His name is in hiragana, while Nobita's son, also Nobisuke, is named in katakana.
Nobisuke is Nobita and Shizuka's first and the only known child. Unlike Shizuka, Nobita doesn't seem to tát be troubled by Nobisuke's behavior and they are often on good terms. His name is in katakana, while Nobita's father, also Nobisuke, is named in hiragana.
I'm Sewashi Nobi, your great-great-grandson!
— Sewashi to tát Nobita, All the Way From the Country of the Future
Nobita's great-great grandson who sent Doraemon to tát the 21st Century to tát take care of Nobita and help him along. Sewashi is naturally close to tát his ancestor, although Nobita still doesn't lượt thích it when Sewashi calls him Grandpa.
Names in different languages
Sidney (The Adventures of Albert and Sidney)
|Nobita Nobi (Nicknamed Nobu)
Nobi Nobita (present)
- Nobita's surname Nobi means "field, wilderness" (野) (no) and "ratio, proportion" (比) (hi/bi).
- In the manga, when Nobita grows up, he gets eye surgery, though it doesn't happen in the 1979 anime.
- Nobita bears a strong resemblance to tát many other anime characters, such as Eiichi Kite from Kiteretsu Daihyakka. In physical talents, he resembles Kenichi Mitsuba from Ninja Hattori-kun.
- His appearance might be common among Fujiko Fujio works since both of the aforementioned characters are from works by Fujiko Fujio.
- Nobita is the youngest out of the boys (in the 2005 series, excluding Doraemon), being born on August 7.
- Nobita cries much more often in anime (especially 1979 anime) phàn nàn in the manga.
- Nobita sometimes mistakenly writes the kanji "ta" (太) as the Japanese kanji for "inu" (dog) (犬). This becomes a plot point in the 2004 film Doraemon: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey.
- Nobita's eyes are never drawn consistently without glasses. Sometimes they look lượt thích sleepy eyes, sometimes they look lượt thích the number three, sometimes they are Black dots lượt thích Gian's eyes, and sometimes, lượt thích in the case of the recent movies, they look lượt thích normal eyes.
- When represented as a bird, Nobita is always related to tát the sparrow, representing normality and weakness. When it comes to tát animals in general, Nobita is usually a turtle, representing weakness and slow moving.
- Nobita carries a Take-Copter in his pocket all the time, so sánh that he can use it if needed.
- His name comes from the word "Nobita (伸びた)" which means "to grow up and to tát be strong and clear". His name also seems to tát be a combination of his father's name, Nobisuke, and his mother's name, Tamako.
- Nobita's name is not actually changed in the English dub. The name "Noby" is only a nickname (and diminutive) and his name is still actually Nobita. This is stated in the official Doraemon USA trang web. The only characters who actually had their names changed were Suneo and Shizuka (to "Sneech" and "Sue", respectively), as "Big G" is also a nickname.
- In the first few stories of the manga, Nobita is implied to tát be nine years old. This is confirmed when in Memories of Grandma, Nobita and Doraemon go back to tát the time when Nobita was three years old. Nobita mentions that they have gone six years in the past, implying that he is currently nine.
- His parallel counterpart is an extremely smart girl, with records akin to tát Hidetoshi Dekisugi.
- Nobita holds the world record on falling asleep, his record being 0.93 seconds. So far, he is the only main character to tát have flashy, glowing white eyes. This is frequently shown in the 2005 anime. This most likely due to tát him wearing glasses unlike other main characters and same applied to tát Tamako.
- Nobita is sometimes addressed by his surname with Japanese suffixes by many people.
- Nobita is the only one to tát feature the most past and future versions of himself out of all the main characters.
- Nobita is often referred to tát with multiple honorifics, by different people:
- Carla refers to tát Nobita as "Nobita" instead of "Nobita-san" or "Nobi-chan".
- Sometimes, Doraemon refers to tát Nobita as "Nobita" or "Nobita-san" instead of "Nobita-kun".
- Gian and Suneo sometimes refer to tát Nobita as "Nobita-kun", "Nobi-chan", or "Nobita-sama" instead of just "Nobita".