- Fujiko Fujio A, the co-creator of the beloved character Doraemon, died at age 88 on Thursday.
- Fujio A, whose real name was Motoo Abiko, was found inside his home in Kawasaki.
- Abiko met his eventual Doraemon co-creator in high school, where the two began working together to produce the manga released in 1969.
- Some of Abiko’s other well known children’s manga include “Ninja Hattori” and Little Ghost-Q-Taro.”
Fujiko Fujio A, the co-creator of the popular children’s cartoon character Doraemon, passed away at age 88 on Thursday.
The Japanese cartoonist, whose real name is Motoo Abiko, was found inside his home near Tokyo.
Admit it. We all once wished we had an earless robotic cat from the future who can get us out of a sticky situation.