History Manga / SgtFrog

8th Jul '16 5:20:23 AM longWriter
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* UnwantedAssistance: Pointing out the fact that Keroro made a doomsday device in front of the Hinatas at a time like this isn't really helping your cause, Mirara.
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12th Jun '16 9:18:15 PM lexicon
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Keroro and Tamama are Sanguine, Giroro is Choleric, Kululu is Phlegmatic, and Dororo is Melancholic.
11th Jun '16 11:22:25 PM Josef5678
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** The late night stories generally have more ''Fanservice'' and ''ContinuityNod''s than the 7th season's morning stories though, but they aren't really darker.
15th Apr '16 1:46:39 PM Willbyr
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* VideoGame/SuperRobotWars: Made its debut in ''Operation Extend'', and honestly [[FridgeBrilliance it makes a lot of sense]] considering how often mecha anime is referenced ESPECIALLY the {{Gundam}} franchise (which is a staple of the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' series), as well as Keroro being a mecha otaku

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* VideoGame/SuperRobotWars: Made its debut in ''Operation Extend'', and honestly [[FridgeBrilliance it makes a lot of sense]] considering how often mecha anime is referenced ESPECIALLY the {{Gundam}} Franchise/{{Gundam}} franchise (which is a staple of the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' series), as well as Keroro being a mecha otaku
23rd Mar '16 10:44:15 PM Kijin
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* DevelopmentGag: In episode 12-B of the English dub, Kululu accidentally calls Giroro "Giro" -- which was his name in the preliminary dub (of that same episode no less)



** American Keroro says "de arimasu" after ''one'' episode's title, [[ThrowItIn just for the hell of it]]. However, most episode names are Shouts Out to various other media: [[ComicBook/VForVendetta V for Valentinedetta]], [[Film/TheProducers Springtime for Hitters]], [[Film/LastActionHero Lost Action Hero]], [[LostInTranslation Lost in Transportation]] (de arimasu), you get the idea. Note that this is only ''most'' episodes, though all the others are puns ("Pop Startled", "Fake It Til You Make It", etc.) As of the second season a couple of episodes use a line from the show as the title, a la ''Manga/CrayonShinChan''.
21st Jan '16 4:19:09 AM Adept
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** Episode 29 also features Natsumi and Koyuki starring in a production of ''PeterPan'', with Keroro dressing as [[GlassMask Chigusa Tsukikage]] to help Natsumi overcome a case of stage fright.

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** Episode 29 also features Natsumi and Koyuki starring in a production of ''PeterPan'', ''Literature/PeterPan'', with Keroro dressing as [[GlassMask [[Manga/GlassMask Chigusa Tsukikage]] to help Natsumi overcome a case of stage fright.
6th Jan '16 7:37:21 PM nombretomado
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** Also in ''SoulCalibur 4'', which features Angol Fear, Angol Mois' cousin who'd go on to appear in the Keroro manga later. Her story suggests the Angol race thinks HumansAreBastards, and possibly the reason they want to destroy Earth is to save the rest of the Universe from that corruption expanding; Ultimately, [[spoiler: Angol Fear observes that there are many innocent humans, and leaves it up to Angol Mois to decide whether to destroy Earth or not.]]

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** Also in ''SoulCalibur ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur 4'', which features Angol Fear, Angol Mois' cousin who'd go on to appear in the Keroro manga later. Her story suggests the Angol race thinks HumansAreBastards, and possibly the reason they want to destroy Earth is to save the rest of the Universe from that corruption expanding; Ultimately, [[spoiler: Angol Fear observes that there are many innocent humans, and leaves it up to Angol Mois to decide whether to destroy Earth or not.]]
28th Dec '15 1:57:31 AM morenohijazo
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* InvisibleWriting: There's a chapter where he receives a message from his superiors that had to be revealed by rubbing an eraser on it. In the anime, the message also gets partially revealed due to entry through the atmosphere.
19th Nov '15 9:04:32 PM MayIncon
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** Whereas the manga is somewhat oriented towards teenagers, the anime is toned down to a level acceptable for children.



* HotterAndSexier: Inverted; while there's still some {{Fanservice}} in the anime, it's a lot more toned down in comparison to the original manga.

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* 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.
21st Oct '15 2:18:23 PM Willbyr
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* AuthorAvatar: One of manga editor Aki Hinata's employees is called Yoshizaki-sensei, referring to Mine Yoshizaki (who used to work with ''FutariEcchi'' creator Katsu '''Aki'''). This character goes on to appear onscreen several times, including one scene in the third movie where he's enthusiastically sketching Dark Keroro's flying fortress.

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* AuthorAvatar: One of manga editor Aki Hinata's employees is called Yoshizaki-sensei, referring to Mine Yoshizaki (who used to work with ''FutariEcchi'' ''Manga/FutariEcchi'' creator Katsu '''Aki'''). This character goes on to appear onscreen several times, including one scene in the third movie where he's enthusiastically sketching Dark Keroro's flying fortress.
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