Sgt. Frog Lyrics
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|Also Called:||Keroro Gunsou | Sergeant Frog | Sgt. Keroro | ケロロ軍曹|
|Released on year:||2004|
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Planet Earth's oblivious inhabitants go about their day, enjoying a bright and particularly beautiful sunny day when a young Japanese boy sees a shiny object falling from the sky ... Finally launched an alien invasion?The ideal hideout has been found elsewhere in Japan, Keroro, frog sergeant and member of the 58th Planet's Space Invasion Army Special Tactics Platoon inside the Gamma Planetary Network. In an attempt to create a headquarters that he and his troops will use to prepare for world conquest he infiltrates the Hinata family home ...
Yet the Fuyuki and Natsumi Hinata earthlings are too much for him to bear! Natsumi immediately calls them out of hiding leaving no choice but to expose his true identity to the hapless sergeant.
The two siblings will soon be welcoming the sergeant to their house, thanks to the kindness of Fuyuki. Curiosity and curiosity.The Sergeant has penetrated successfully its first target area! Or is he? Support Keroro Gunsou in his challenging effort to conquer the planet!.
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About Sgt. Frog
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Sgt. Frog, published in Japan as Keroro Gunso ( ケロロ軍曹, Keroro Gunsō, lit. "Sergeant Keroro" ), is a Mine Yoshizaki manga series, released in Monthly Shōnen Ace in April 1999. The series was later adapted as a Junichi Sato-directed anime television series. Both the anime and manga are comedies following attempts by a group of alien frog-like aliens to conquer Earth.Sergeant Keroro, the titular character, is the leader of the peloton, but is at the hands of a three-person human family after being caught while attempting to hide in one of the bedrooms of the family member.
In both manga and anime, Keroro is forced to do pointless tasks and errands for the family after his army leaves his peloton on Earth.
The show derives its humor from a mixture of wordplay ( ケロロ軍曹, Keroro Gunsō, lit. "Sergeant Keroro" ), physical satire, situational irony, fourth wall cracking, and multiple references to pop culture ( particularly puns and homophones ). Diverse anime, games, comics, and other elements of pop culture are parodied / referenced as a benefit to older audiences in the series.Both the manga and the anime are laden with references to pop culture, and often in the same story the references frequently differ widely.
The anime does not specifically refer to Evangelion or other cartoons on which Bandai does not retain copyrights, but rather recreates from these anime the "look" of popular scenes.
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