History Manga / SgtFrog

26th Apr '18 11:46:23 AM Oecchi
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* AdaptationalModesty: While there's still some {{Fanservice}} in the anime, it's a lot more toned down in comparison to the original manga. Even the art style is modified to look more family-friendly.



* HotterAndSexier: Inverted; while there's still some {{Fanservice}} in the anime, it's a lot more toned down in comparison to the original manga. Even the art style is modified to look more family-friendly.
27th Mar '18 8:54:15 AM hjk321
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Also, [[https://youtu.be/GX1uaxYPeC8?t=698 this.]]

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\nAlso, **Also, [[https://youtu.be/GX1uaxYPeC8?t=698 this.]]
27th Mar '18 8:52:53 AM hjk321
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Also, [[https://youtu.be/GX1uaxYPeC8?t=698 this.]]
21st Feb '18 8:28:20 AM Peridonyx
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* RealityWarper: The Kero Ball. Some of its functions are [[ThePowerOfCreation Realization]], [[BiggerOnTheInside Capture]], and [[GravityMaster Anti-Gravity]].
27th Jan '18 10:06:31 AM editproboss
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Insanely popular in Japan, the manga was eventually released in North America in 2004 by Tokyopop, with the title ''Sgt. Frog''. An anime adaptation naturally followed, also begun in 2004. In November 2006, Creator/{{ADV Films}} announced that they had acquired the rights to the anime version. However, after nearly two years without a single word on the project save for a couple of trailers, Creator/FUNimation acquired the distribution rights in 2008 (along with about 30 other ADV titles). After a bit more DevelopmentHell, the first season 1 DVD was released September 2009. Episodes can be viewed on [[http://www4.funimation.com/video/?page=show&b=223 Funi's video portal.]] By March 2010, all of the first season had been released on DVD - split into ''two'' "seasons" for whatever reason. In February 2011, Funimation announced that it has licensed further seasons and will continue the dub. However, production came to a standstill after the completion of their third, and as of February 2013, the show is "now on hiatus" -- [[HopeSpot though]], another, [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks more faithful]] English dub provided by the Animax network is still going strong in a few select countries of the series' birth continent. Nineteen of their efforts (episodes 104-130) can be viewed [[http://www.dailymotion.com/user/luciferspear/1 here]].

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Insanely popular in Japan, the manga was eventually released in North America in 2004 by Tokyopop, with the title ''Sgt. Frog''. An anime adaptation naturally followed, also begun in 2004. In November 2006, Creator/{{ADV Films}} announced that they had acquired the rights to the anime version. However, after nearly two years without a single word on the project save for a couple of trailers, Creator/FUNimation acquired the distribution rights in 2008 (along with about 30 other ADV titles). After a bit more DevelopmentHell, the first season 1 DVD was released September 2009. Episodes can be viewed on [[http://www4.funimation.com/video/?page=show&b=223 Funi's video portal.]] By March 2010, all of the first season had been released on DVD - split into ''two'' "seasons" for whatever reason. In February 2011, Funimation announced that it has licensed further seasons and will continue the dub. However, production came to a standstill after the completion of their third, and as of February 2013, the show is "now on hiatus" -- [[HopeSpot though]], another, [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks more faithful]] English dub provided by the Animax network is still going strong in a few select countries of the series' birth continent. Nineteen of their efforts (episodes 104-130) can be viewed [[http://www.dailymotion.com/user/luciferspear/1 here]].\n
17th Dec '17 5:21:46 PM NeonDZ
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* Foreshadowing: Mutsumi could see through the Anti-Barrier and in the anime had the same colored pupils used by human-like alien characters. In a late anime episode, one of his alternate counterparts from another dimension is shown to be an alien conqueror. The anime in later seasons also introduced the idea that both Saburo and Mutsumi were rumored to be aliens. However, the original anime ended and nothing seemed to come out of that. On the other hand, in the manga, [[spoiler:it's eventually revealed that although Mutsumi is biologically human, he was adopted and taken by a race of super intelligent human-like alien invaders called N326ans, a name referenced by his anime nickname, Saburo(sometimes spelled as 326), and through that he seemed to have learned their abilities like breaking into other dimensions and flight.]]

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* Foreshadowing: {{Foreshadowing}}: Mutsumi could see through the Anti-Barrier and in the anime had the same colored pupils used by human-like alien characters. In a late anime episode, one of his alternate counterparts from another dimension is shown to be an alien conqueror. The anime in later seasons also introduced the idea that there were rumors about both his Saburo and Mutsumi were rumored to be identities being aliens. However, the original anime ended and nothing seemed to come out of that. On the other hand, in the manga, [[spoiler:it's eventually revealed that although Mutsumi is biologically human, he was adopted and taken by a race of super intelligent human-like alien invaders called N326ans, a name referenced by his anime nickname, Saburo(sometimes spelled as 326), and through that he seemed to have learned their abilities like breaking into other dimensions and flight.]]
17th Dec '17 5:16:04 PM NeonDZ
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** In the manga, Sumomo was a character from a one-shot side story loosely connected to the main comic. In the anime, she was remade into an alien Idol Singer who was taking an impromptu vacation on Earth in her first appearance, and eventually became a recurring character.
** Pururu, aside from her introduction, mostly appears in the manga alongside other Garuru Platoon members. However, in the anime, she's assigned to Earth, to check up on the Keroro platoon's health, and thus makes fairly frequent appearances by herself starting in the fourth season.

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** In the manga, Sumomo was a character from a one-shot side story loosely connected to the main comic. In the anime, she was remade into an alien Idol Singer who was taking an impromptu vacation on Earth in her first appearance, and eventually became a recurring character.
character for the first couple of seasons.
** Pururu, aside from her introduction, mostly appears in the manga alongside other Garuru Platoon members. However, in the anime, she's assigned to Earth, to check up on the Keroro platoon's health, and thus makes fairly frequent appearances by herself starting in the fourth season.



** The anime in early episodes showed that Keroro was interested in Earth culture since his childhood, including Gunpla. However, it'd be later revealed in the manga (and was hinted at from the start by an adult Keroro taking care of a child Mois, who is more than 500 years old) that Keroro is ancient by human standards, making that scenario impossible. As a result, when the anime started focusing more on his childhood, having "ChibiKero" centered stories, the idea of Keroro being immersed in Earth culture since he was a child was completely dropped, with the anime then using original counterparts of Earth produts when necessary, rather than straight references like Gundam or Dangale.



* FakeShemp: Many minor characters, like aliens created for specific episodes, return later in minor roles. Unless they were voiced by one of the show's main voice actors, this usually means they either get random voice actors replacing them or just appear mute. This happens more rarely with minor human characters, but there are still some examples, like Natsumi's and Fuyuki's teachers in later episodes.

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* FakeShemp: Many minor characters, like aliens created for specific episodes, return later in minor roles. Unless they were voiced by one of the show's main voice actors, this usually means they either get random voice actors replacing them or just appear mute. This happens more rarely with minor human characters, but there are still some examples, like Natsumi's and Fuyuki's teachers in later episodes.episodes, who aren't even credited and generally talk with the camera showing their backs or off screen in order to lessen the impression of recasting.



* Foreshadowing: Mutsumi could see through the Anti-Barrier and in the anime had the same colored pupils used by human-like alien characters. In a late anime episode, one of his alternate counterparts from another dimension is shown to be an alien conqueror. The anime in later seasons also introduced the idea that both Saburo and Mutsumi were rumored to be aliens. However, the original anime ended and nothing seemed to come out of that. On the other hand, in the manga, [[spoiler:it's eventually revealed that although Mutsumi is biologically human, he was adopted and taken by a race of super intelligent human-like alien invaders called N326ans, a name referenced by his anime nickname, Saburo(sometimes spelled as 326), and through that he seemed to have learned their abilities like breaking into other dimensions and flight.]]



** In the anime, there's an episode where Natsumi is turned into a boy accidentally, while something similar happens to Fuyuki, who becomes a girl, in the manga. In both cases though, they return to normal at the end of a single story.

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** In the anime, there's an episode where 271-B, Natsumi is turned into a boy accidentally, while something similar happens to Fuyuki, who becomes a girl, in in chapter 219 (volume numbering), volume 25, of the manga. In both cases though, they return to normal at the end of a single story.
16th Nov '17 2:58:49 AM TroperNo9001
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Of course, Keroro is still an invader, and still plotting the downfall of "Pekopon/Pokopen" (his species' name for Earth in the anime/manga)... when he's not doing chores for the Hinata family, or being distracted by such aspects of Earth culture as ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' model kits and the Internet. Before long, Keroro manages to reunite with his squad-mates: hot-headed rookie/Keroro fanboy Private Tamama,
hard-boiled combat specialist Corporal Giroro, and smarmy intelligence officer Sergeant Major Kururu/[[SpellMyNameWithAnS Kululu]]. With this eclectic crew (plus some hippy lance jack, [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg Do...]] [[MyNameIsNotDurwood uh, rodo?]]), Keroro attempts to conquer the planet through one [[ZanyScheme convoluted scheme]] after another, though sometimes he feels torn between his mission and his obligation to the Hinata family... but not that often.

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Of course, Keroro is still an invader, and still plotting the downfall of "Pekopon/Pokopen" (his species' name for Earth in the anime/manga)... when he's not doing chores for the Hinata family, or being distracted by such aspects of Earth culture as ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' model kits and the Internet. Before long, Keroro manages to reunite with his squad-mates: hot-headed rookie/Keroro fanboy Private Tamama,
Tamama, hard-boiled combat specialist Corporal Giroro, and smarmy intelligence officer Sergeant Major Kururu/[[SpellMyNameWithAnS Kululu]]. With this eclectic crew (plus some hippy lance jack, [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg Do...]] [[MyNameIsNotDurwood uh, rodo?]]), Keroro attempts to conquer the planet through one [[ZanyScheme convoluted scheme]] after another, though sometimes he feels torn between his mission and his obligation to the Hinata family... but not that often.
16th Sep '17 5:36:08 PM Luppercus
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* FrogMen: The Keronians.
15th Jul '17 10:30:55 AM nombretomado
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** There's a ''reason'' they couldn't get away with calling Earth Pokopen in the anime.[[note]]"Pokopen" was a derogatory term for China and the Chinese before and during WorldWarII. It's considered extremely offensive today and usage of the word on Japanese TV is banned.[[/note]]

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** There's a ''reason'' they couldn't get away with calling Earth Pokopen in the anime.[[note]]"Pokopen" was a derogatory term for China and the Chinese before and during WorldWarII.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. It's considered extremely offensive today and usage of the word on Japanese TV is banned.[[/note]]
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