Doraemon: Nobita Robot Kingdom
Doraemon and his friends meet a strange robot boy from a futuristic ordering machine. Through a difficult time space maze (possibly a deep hole), they finally reach the boy's planet, but many treasures fall. The party goes to Dr. Capek's house and learns about Queen Jane's "Robot Reproduction Plan" to eliminate the robot's emotions stemming from the loss of its previous vengeful father and the Commander's support. Dister. The young Poko leaves alone to search for the captured Maria, who was attacked by the Queen's army. The group saves the boy, but Doraemon, a robot, is captured. He is locked up and meets Maria. Thanks to the "tickling solution", he defeated the "Invincible King" in the battle in the robot arena and met his friends again. Both Doraemon and Poko set out for the Rainbow Valley and inadvertently saved Queen Jenna from the murderous plot of Dister, who has now become the new King. They and the people of the robotic kingdom attacked Dister in Rome but did not expect this to be a giant robot. Thanks to the "universal steering wheel", Nobita controlled "Robot Arena" to defeat the Robot into Drai but it turned into a rocket carrying both Doraemon and Maria, preparing to crash into the moon - a natural satellite of this planet. Thanks to the delivery machine, Doraemon reunited with his friends and mother, Poko, was reunited; they also discovered that Dister was the younger brother of Dr. Capek. Finally, the robot kingdom returned to the peaceful, happy days as before.
Doraemon: Nobita Robot Kingdom
Queen Jeanne's robot advisor, second-in-command, and a high-ranking commander of the kingdom's robot army, Dester is a ruthless tyrant who believes having emotions - especially kindness, empathy and compassion - is a sign of weakness.
Adaptational Wimp: In the manga, he made one last attempt at attacking the gang, only for Gian to blast him down with a compact-sized Air Cannon. In the anime he does the same... and passes out on his own, without the gang doing anything.
Badass Cape: Has a long, regal one in purple.
Bad Boss: In the anime he allows one of his robot mooks to be killed in his attempted assassination on Jeanne. There's also the climax in both manga and anime where he sends his robot base into a rampage, ignoring how his robot guards are still outside the area, with implications (especially in the film) that he trampled all over his own guards while trying to attack the heroes.
Black Knight: His appearance, being clad in black armor and wearing a horned helmet, makes him a robotic version. Or so it seems...
Boomerang Bigot: Dester initially appears to be this, being a robot who despises his own kind and demands for all robot citizens in the kingdom to be stripped of their emotions and becoming complete machines. And then comes the Unrobotic Reveal and the revelation that he's a human with Fantastic Racism.
Broken Faceplate: His helmet splits apart in his final scene, leading to the Unrobotic Reveal.
Break Them by Talking: At King Atom's funeral, he explicitly points out to a grieving Jeanne that the death of her father was caused by robots having emotions.
Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: The previous two robot-focused Doraemon movies, Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops and Doraemon: Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth, deals with robotic tyrants who displays Fantastic Racism towards mankind and organic life-forms, and wants to eliminate humans so that machines can rule over what's left. In contrast, Dester is a villain in a setting where robots and humans co-exists peacefully, who displays Fantastic Racism towards machines and wants to enslave robots under his tyranny, a rule opposed by the human citizens who had grown attached to their robot allies. There's also a fun Casting Gag that Dester and Napogistler (from Doraemon: Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth) shares the same VA, Shūichirō Moriyama. Who went from a robotic tyrant who hates humans to a human despot who despises robots.
Crazy-Prepared: To the point of weaponizing his fortress into a gigantic mecha as a last-ditch attempt to take down the heroes.
Dragon Ascendant: He starts off appearing as Jeanne's dragon, but later attempts an assassination on Jeanne which she barely survives. He then takes over the entire kingdom in her absence.
Evil Chancellor: The advisor to Jeanne who encourages the "Robot Reproduction Plan", putting the whole kingdom into chaos, and later attempts to kill Jeanne when she's no longer useful to him.
Evil Sounds Deep: In the anime, Dester has a deep, raspy, sinister-sounding voice, even before the revelation that he's the main villain.
Evil Twin: Is this to Doctor Chapek, revealed at the end of the picture.
Fantastic Racism: He has a huge aversion to robots, seeing them as mere slaves for humankind to take advantage of, and spreads his racism to the queen during her griefing to king Atom's demise.
Humans Are the Real Monsters: When his true identity as a human masquerading as a machine is revealed, he's easily the worst of the lot.
Obviously Evil: Red eyes? Check. Sinister-looking helm? Check. Protruding horns? Check. Look and sounds evil? Check. A surprise that he's the picture's true villain who's pulling the strings behind Jeanne's tyranny? Not really.
Red Eyes, Take Warning: The anime gives him glowing red eyes that flashes fiercely when he's mad, as seen when taunting the captured Doraemon.
Taking You with Me: He attempts to do this to Doraemon and Maria by launching the room they're inside as a rocket to the moon before collapsing from Doraemon's head attack. He ultimately fails as Poko saves the three before the rocket explodes.
Tin Tyrant: As an overlord in black armour who rules the Robot Kingdom after a Tyrant Takes the Helm moment.
Underestimating Badassery: Upon discovering that Doraemon is not from his planet, he has the impression that the robot cat is pretty weak and forces him to fight against Kongfighter for his amusement. Guess who not only defeats the giant robotic ape, but ruins his plans in the long run...
He dismisses Nobita as a buffoon when Nobita pilots an impromptu robot using the Anything Remote into battle. But then Nobita's mech managed to break his fortress' legs.
Unrobotic Reveal: Dester, who spends most of the film assumed to be Jeanne's robot advisor, is revealed to be Dr. Chapek's twin brother underneath his mechanical helm.
The Usurper: He attempts to murder Jeanne by controlling a robot droid and making her fall off a huge cliff, immediately claiming himself king after attempting the heinous act and convincing the chancellors to make it official. This backfires on him, as she survives and redeems herself during her recovery at the Rainbow Valley, antagonizing the usurper.
Would Hurt a Child: He's perfectly content drawing his sword on Poko. Or piloting his fortress into trampling over the main cast.
Adaptation Dye-Job: He's dark-haired in the manga, while the anime gives him a lighter brown shade of hair.
Benevolent Boss: If him giving up his life to save a robot laborer is any indication.
Cool Crown: Befitting a noble king. His daughter Jeanne gets a tiara instead.
The Good King: A lawful, noble monarch of a kingdom where humans and robots co-exists, where he treats everyone equally and is respected by humans and robots alike.
Good Parents: As Jeanne's sole parent after the queen's death, and she clearly loves him more than anything else, to the point of hiring Maria as Jeanne's personal nursemaid after the passing of the queen so Jeanne can have a maternal figure. Sadly this only results in Dester taking advantage of King Atom's death to manipulate Jeanne.
Posthumous Character: He's long dead for years when the story begins in proper.
Stupid Sacrifice: He decides to sacrifice himself to save a robot worker from being stomped by a falling robotic crane. This decision led to catastrophe for the kingdom, as Dester convinces a grieving Jeanne that it was the robot's fault, leading to the law of emotion removal being applied.
Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His decision of sacrificing himself to save a robot worker resulted in the fall of the robot kingdom.
The boy, named Poko, rescued the gang from Suneo's malfunctioning robot before sustaining damage. Since the damage cannot be repaired by Doraemon's technology, the gang must travel to the Robot Planet to find someone who can repair him, while fighting against the tyrannical Queen Jeanne of the kingdom who seeks to remove all robots' emotions. But a bigger conspiracy is at hand on the Robot World... 041b061a72