Now since the original 2004 and 2014 anime’s have ended, what if it was time for Keroro Gunso to have a new anime (and possibly a new saga)?
The ending of both the animes made a lot of fans upset because no more of animated series based from the famous Keroro manga was going to appear again. I’d love to contact Mine Yoshizaki about the future of his franchise, but I strongly believe not because I don’t think he would understand my English. I also was planning to call him for an interview via email, but the problem is that I don’t know his personal email address. So, here’s my idea for Keroro Gunsou if it got a new anime:
The anime takes place 20 years into the future, where Pekopon is at war with Keron. An evil dictator called Hirara (not th…Read more >
Two years ago when I was visiting DesuMasuta’s Keroro Forums before it was closed down, I found a thread explaining the original concept of Keroro Gunso, which all rooted from 1998 before the main plot was finished. From what I could remember from the post, the original plot of the manga was of that of a middle school student named Jun Yamato (present-day Natsumi), who was recording the evolution of an amphibian for her summer assignment until the tadpole grew to be Sergeant Keroro. The Keronians were originally called “Batrakos” (meaning “frog” in Greek).
The full story can be found in the 26th volume of the manga, and I am planning to buy it straight from Kadokawa’s official websites. However, since I live in Norway, I noticed that the pr…Read more >
This blog post doesn't have anything to do with Keroro Gunso or Mine Yoshizaki in general, but this is just a follow-up of my recent edits when it comes to Japanese translation and come confusing translation in some pages I contributed on.
First of all, I'm an avid anime and manga fan, and I've been ever since I was in elementary school. Me and my older siblings (mostly my sister) watched anime a lot, and we saw a lot of words written in Katakana, Hiragana and Kanji. I also watched a lot of Keroro Gunso in 4th grade, and to know how the frogs' names were written in Japanese, I used, I sacrificed myself to know the Katakana writings without any help. This means I used Japanese Romaji correctly to write how the names have been written in the…Read more >
Hello, I'm FlowerOfTheWind, back again with a blog post explaining how I got into Keroro Gunso (or Sgt. Frog in North America), and how it became a religious thing for me back in those days.
Let's go way back to 2010, when I was six years old. I was watching some funny Family Guy episode clips on YouTube in my spare time, but while I was watching a clip from an episode of the show, I noticed a thumbnail picture which showed a weird yellow thing with spiral eyes (which was actually Kururu/Kululu), and it was an animated fan-parody showing Kururu and a blue Orikero which looked like Tamama, but it wasn't him. I didn't understand what it was or why I clicked on it, and I forgot about the whole video's existence and never watched it again.
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Hey guys, I'm TigerLily02 again; and I have some pretty little sad news to tell you. I'm leaving this wiki for some days. Why? Because I will work on a wiki which contained vandalism from 2011-2013 called "Monster Buster Club" and that I will try to become an admin there to delete these pages that are set as "Candidates for deletion". But don't worry, I will be back as soon as possible.
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