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** A non-Akatsuka crossover happened in the final episode of the 1969-70 anime, where Kokoro no Boss is seen talking to Zeni Geba, a manga character created by George Akiyama that ran in the same magazine as Ataro, Shonen Sunday.


* SpellMyNameWithAnS: While his name is supposed to be X-Goro, it is sometimes romanized as Batsu-goro, which is how his name is meant to be pronounced.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: While his name is supposed to be X-Goro, it is sometimes romanized as Batsu-goro, which is how his name is meant to be pronounced.pronounced.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: For the 1990 anime, the Police Officer from the original was replaced by a similar character due to Studio Pierrot having the animation rights to the character at the time.


[[caption-width-right:270:Becuase some kids need to be tricked into eating vegetables.[[note]]Characters: [[LoveInterest Momoko,]] [[DeceasedParentsAreTheBest X-Goro,]] [[BigBad Kokoro no Boss,]] [[SeriesMascot Kemunpasu, Nyarome, Beshi,]] [[HeartwarmingOrphan Ataro,]] [[ReformedCriminal Dekkopachi]] [[/note]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:270:Becuase [[caption-width-right:270:Because some kids need to be tricked into eating vegetables.[[note]]Characters: [[LoveInterest Momoko,]] [[DeceasedParentsAreTheBest X-Goro,]] [[BigBad Kokoro no Boss,]] [[SeriesMascot Kemunpasu, Nyarome, Beshi,]] [[HeartwarmingOrphan Ataro,]] [[ReformedCriminal Dekkopachi]] [[/note]] ]]


* CrossOver: Episode 74 of the 1969 series prominently feature characters from ''Manga/OsomatsuKun'', plus the dad in ''Manga/TensaiBakabon'' (his first animated appearance before his own show in 1971).

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* CrossOver: Episode 74 of the 1969 series prominently feature characters from ''Manga/OsomatsuKun'', plus the dad Papa in ''Manga/TensaiBakabon'' (his first animated appearance before his own show in 1971).


* CatsAreMean - Nyarome, to an extent. He is shown to steal vegetables and be an all-around jerk sometimes.

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* CatsAreMean - CatsAreMean: Nyarome, to an extent. He is shown to steal vegetables and be an all-around jerk sometimes.



* FunnyAnimals - Kokoro no Boss and all his raccoon lackeys.
* MascotWithAttitude - Admit it, a talking, trouble making, womanizing cat is as marketable as you can get.
* SeriesMascot - Nyarome, Beshi, and Kemunpasu. Given that they're talking animals in an otherwise serious set up, this was inevitable.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS - While his name is supposed to be X-Goro, it is sometimes romanized as Batsu-goro, which is how his name is meant to be pronounced.

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* FunnyAnimals - FunnyAnimals: Kokoro no Boss and all his raccoon lackeys.
* MascotWithAttitude - MascotWithAttitude: Admit it, a talking, trouble making, womanizing cat is as marketable as you can get.
* SeriesMascot - SeriesMascot: Nyarome, Beshi, and Kemunpasu. Given that they're talking animals in an otherwise serious set up, this was inevitable.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS - SpellMyNameWithAnS: While his name is supposed to be X-Goro, it is sometimes romanized as Batsu-goro, which is how his name is meant to be pronounced.


* CrossOver: Episode 74 of the 1969 series features characters from ''Manga/OsomatsuKun'', plus the dad in ''Manga/TensaiBakabon'' (his first animated appearance before his own show in 1971).

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* CrossOver: Episode 74 of the 1969 series features prominently feature characters from ''Manga/OsomatsuKun'', plus the dad in ''Manga/TensaiBakabon'' (his first animated appearance before his own show in 1971).

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* CrossOver: Episode 74 of the 1969 series features characters from ''Manga/OsomatsuKun'', plus the dad in ''Manga/TensaiBakabon'' (his first animated appearance before his own show in 1971).


* Moretsu Ataro (1990), which was the series to introduce Momoko, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun a replacement for Totoko, a similar Akatsuka girl licensed out to Pierrot around the same time.]]

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* Moretsu Ataro (1990), which was the series to introduce Momoko, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun a replacement for Totoko, Totoko,]] [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute a similar Akatsuka girl licensed out to Pierrot around the same time.]]


* Moretsu Ataro (1990), which was the series to introduce Momoko, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun a replacement for Totoko, another character licensed out to Pierrot around the same time.]]

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* Moretsu Ataro (1990), which was the series to introduce Momoko, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun a replacement for Totoko, another character a similar Akatsuka girl licensed out to Pierrot around the same time.]]


Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō, sometimes incorrectly translated as Furious Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Showa period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a tree]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.

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Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō, sometimes incorrectly translated as Furious Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Showa period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a tree]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable vegetable/grocery stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.X-goro (pronounced Batsugoro).]] The main occasional antagonist is a tanuki soft-hearted mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang with his two followers, Kopun A and Kopun B (both of fellow raccoons. whom are brothers). Boss (implied to be part-Tanuki-part-man) has never had his species explicitly stated, and is referred to by lore as “a mystery”. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] a former yakuza member, runs a gang of pigs.



* Moretsu Ataro (1990), which was the series to introduce Momoko.

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* Moretsu Ataro (1990), which was the series to introduce Momoko.
Momoko, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun a replacement for Totoko, another character licensed out to Pierrot around the same time.]]


Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō, sometimes incorrectly translated as Furious Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Showa period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.

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Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō, sometimes incorrectly translated as Furious Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Showa period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] tree]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.


Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō, sometimes incorrectly translated as Furious Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Edo period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.

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Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō, sometimes incorrectly translated as Furious Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Edo Showa period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.


Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Edo period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.

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Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō, sometimes incorrectly translated as Furious Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Edo period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.


Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatuska that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Edo period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.

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Moretsu Ataro (もーれつア太郎 Extraordinary Atarō) is a {{Shounen}} manga by Creator/FujioAkatuska Creator/FujioAkatsuka that ran in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 1967 to 1970. It revolves around a young orphan named Ataro who lives in the [[PeriodPiece Edo period of Japan.]] After his dad [[DisneyVillainDeath falls off a cliff]] while attempting to [[TearJerker retrieve a balloon for a little girl,]] Ataro inherits his vegetable stand. Often joined by his [[ReformedCriminal former delinquent buddy Dekkopachi,]] [[MascotWithAttitude an alley cat named Nyarome,]] and even [[BackFromTheDead the ghost of his own father, X-goro.]] The main antagonist is a tanuki mob boss named Kokoro no Boss who runs a gang of fellow raccoons. His rival, Butamatsu, [[Manga/OsomatsuKun (no relation to Akatsuka's OTHER matsus)]] runs a gang of pigs.

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