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News 45 Japanese Doraemon Chapters Posted Online for Free
posted on 2008-03-08 06:00 EST
To promote the Japanese release of the Doraemon: Nobita to Midori no Kyojin Den anime movie this Saturday, Yahoo! Japan created an "Otona no Tame no Doraemon Tokushū" ("Doraemon Feature for Adults") section. The feature links to 45 Japanese Doraemon manga chapters — one from each of the 45 volumes — that have been posted for free online. (To browse the free chapters on the linked page, select one of the "今すぐ読む" links and then select the "立ち読み only works in IE" link in the resulting page. Microsoft Windows and Internet Explorer are required.) In all, more than 650 pages have been posted online for free. The feature section will remain open until May 7.
Source: Internet Watch
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