Sgt. Frog

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Sgt. Frog is a manga series by Mine Yoshizaki.wikipedia
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Mine Yoshizaki

Yoshizaka Mine
Sgt. Frog is a manga series by Mine Yoshizaki.
He is best known for his manga Keroro Gunso, published as Sgt. Frog in the United States, which was first published in the Japanese manga magazine Shōnen Ace.

Junichi Sato

Jun'ichi Satō
It was later adapted into an anime television series directed by Junichi Sato.
Sato served as chief director for long-runner Sgt. Frog, and in recent years has become more known for his "healing anime" such as Aria and Tamayura.

Sunrise (company)

SunriseNippon SunriseSunrise Inc.
The anime is produced by Sunrise, and has been aired on Animax, TV Tokyo, and TXN.
One of Japan's largest and best-known studios, Sunrise is renowned for critically praised and popular original anime series such as Gundam, Cowboy Bebop, Space Runaway Ideon, Armored Trooper Votoms, Yoroiden Samurai Troopers, Future GPX Cyber Formula, Crush Gear Turbo, The Vision of Escaflowne, Love Live School Idol Project, Witch Hunter Robin, My-HiME, My-Otome, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Tiger & Bunny, Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon, as well as its numerous adaptations of acclaimed light novels including Dirty Pair, Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere and Accel World, and manga such as City Hunter, InuYasha, Outlaw Star, Yakitate!! Japan, Planetes, Keroro Gunso, Gin Tama, and Kekkaishi.

Keroro Gunso the Super Movie: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island

Keroro Gunsou Tanjou! Kyuukyoku Keroro Kiseki no Jikuujima de Arimasu
[[Keroro Gunso the Super Movie: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island]] (2010)
It is the fifth film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Keroro Gunso.

Todd Haberkorn

The voice actor for Sergeant Keroro in the test video, Chris Cason, was swapped out for Sergeant Major Kululu's test actor, Todd Haberkorn.

Keroro Land

Spin-offs include a manga called Musha Kero that has recently been adapted in the anime. The series has spawned a magazine called Keroro Land that promotes toys, games, media, and events based on the manga and anime.
Keroro Land is a spin-off shōnen manga magazine of the popular manga and anime series Sgt. Frog.

TV Tokyo

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The anime is produced by Sunrise, and has been aired on Animax, TV Tokyo, and TXN. The anime series started airing on TV Tokyo in 2004 and ended in 2011.
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Kadokawa Shoten

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Sgt. Frog is published in Japan by Kadokawa Shoten, serialized in the magazine Shōnen Ace, and was published in English by Tokyopop.
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Viz Media

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Viz Media relicensed the manga for digital release on December 16, 2014.
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Tooniverse

In South Korea, the anime is aired on Tooniverse as 개구리 중사 케로로 (Gaeguri Joongsa Keroro, lit. Sergeant Frog Keroro). As with most Japanese anime targeted to younger audiences there, the human Japanese names were changed to Korean-sounding ones. Aliens' names were generally the same (in pronunciation) as the Japanese names. It has become one of the most largely known Japanese anime in Korea, along with Crayon Shin-chan, Atashin'chi, Detective Conan, Doraemon, Inuyasha and Death Note. It has many parodies to Korea in translation, with using famous Korean Internet memes at the time, and in the ending song of the fourth season, "You could say, violently going?", all main 12 voice actors did over 8 parodies to numerous things, such as "This is the first time I wanted to punch a girl (Death Note)" and "Is this... 'youth'? (Gundam)".
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Neon Genesis Evangelion

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The series takes its comedy from a combination of wordplay (particularly puns and homophones), physical humor, situational irony, breaking of the fourth wall, and numerous pop culture references (especially to Gundam, Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, Space Battleship Yamato, Dragon Ball, Neon Genesis Evangelion and many others, although when broadcast and published in the United States, they make references that American audiences would be familiar with like Ghostbusters and Men in Black). Various anime, games, manga, and other aspects of pop culture are parodied/referenced throughout the series as a bonus to older viewers.
References, homages and tributes to the series are also contained in the third episode of Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi, Koi Koi Seven, Hayate the Combat Butler, Baka and Test, Regular Show and Keroro Gunsō.

Chris Cason

The voice actor for Sergeant Keroro in the test video, Chris Cason, was swapped out for Sergeant Major Kululu's test actor, Todd Haberkorn.
Sgt. Frog - Taruru

Gundam model

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Sergeant Keroro (or Keroro Gunso) although being the leader of the platoon, is childish, incompetent, and would rather spend his time indulging in his hobby of making plastic Gundam models than take over Earth.
K.F.F (Keroro Fix Figuration) - a spinoff lines features characters in Sgt. Frog (which the series itself plays lots of parody towards Gundam series) with original mechas designed by Hajime Katoki. As being a parody, the boxart sticks as much what as the original G.F.F. is.

Chuck Huber

Kululu was changed to Chuck Huber, and the narrator also appears to have been changed.
Sgt. Frog – Kululu

Hiro (TV channel)

Hiro
In Italy, the anime series was broadcast on Italia 1, beginning September 11, 2006 under the title Keroro. "De arimasu" is translated as "Signorsì" ("Yes, sir"), Mois called Keroro "Sir Keroro" in the anime and "Mio signore!" ("My lord") in the manga (published by Star Comics). Only in the anime "Stupid frog" was changed to "Brutto Ranocchio!" ("Ugly frog!"). After episode 76, the anime moved to Hiro with repeats airing on Cartoon Network and Frisbee.
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K3 (TV channel)

K3
In Spain, the anime was aired in Spanish on Cartoon Network, starting on November 6, 2006 under the title Sargento Keroro. Other Spanish channels also emit the show, such as Canal Sur 2, Canal Extremadura Televisión, Telemadrid, Aragón TV, etc. In Catalonia, the anime was aired in Catalan on public broadcaster TV3 and in K3 in Euskera on public broadcaster EITB ; in Galician on public broadcaster TVG in Galicia and in Valencian on Canal Nou in the Valencian Community. "De arimasu" is translated as "¡A la orden!" ("By your command") in the Spanish version, as "A formar!" ("Fall in!", in the military sense) in the Catalan version, as "Á orde!" (same translation as the Spanish one) in the Galician version and as "A les seues ordres!" ("By your commands") in the Valencian version. The manga is published by Norma Editorial under the title Keroro. There are no name changes in either the manga or the anime.
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Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 3: Keroro vs. Keroro Great Sky Duel

Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 3Keroro Gunsou: Keroro Tai Keroro - Tenkuu Daikessen de Arimasu!Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie 3: Keroro vs. Keroro Great Sky Duel
(劇場版ケロロ軍曹3 ケロロ対ケロロ大決戦であります!) is the third anime movie based on the series Keroro Gunso produced by Sunrise.

Chō Gekijōban Keroro Gunsō 2: Shinkai no Princess de Arimasu!

Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie 2: The Deep Sea PrincessChogekijyouban Kerorogunso 2: Shinkai no Princess dearimasu!Keroro Gunsou: Shinkai no Princess de Arimasu!
is a 2007 comedy, adventure film based on the anime and manga series Sgt. Frog.

Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors

Kero 0: Depart! Assembly of Everyone!!Keroro Gunsou Gekishin Dragon Warriors de Arimasu!Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie: Crushing Invasion, Dragon Warriors
Chō Gekijō-ban Keroro Gunsō: Gekishin Doragon Woriāzu de arimasu!) is the fourth film made from the popular anime series Sgt. Frog.

Kerokero Ace

It was directly focused on the Sgt. Frog series and other works promoted by Bandai such as Gundam.

Télétoon+

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In France, the anime was aired on Télétoon under the title Keroro, mission Titar. The human characters' names were changed from Japanese to French-sounding: the Hinata family is renamed as Monaté, with Fuyuki, Natsumi and Aki as Artus, April and Anna respectively. Momoka is called Garance Beller, Mutsumi as Mael while Koyuki is Énéa Azuma. "De arimasu" is translated to "Sauf votre respect" (or "sauf mon respect"), which translates as "With your/my respect". In the manga, published by Kana, the names are the same as the Japanese version.
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Kana (publisher)

Kana
In France, the anime was aired on Télétoon under the title Keroro, mission Titar. The human characters' names were changed from Japanese to French-sounding: the Hinata family is renamed as Monaté, with Fuyuki, Natsumi and Aki as Artus, April and Anna respectively. Momoka is called Garance Beller, Mutsumi as Mael while Koyuki is Énéa Azuma. "De arimasu" is translated to "Sauf votre respect" (or "sauf mon respect"), which translates as "With your/my respect". In the manga, published by Kana, the names are the same as the Japanese version.
Sgt. Frog

Crayon Shin-chan

Shin-chanShin Chan!Shin Chan: Flipa en colores!
In South Korea, the anime is aired on Tooniverse as 개구리 중사 케로로 (Gaeguri Joongsa Keroro, lit. Sergeant Frog Keroro). As with most Japanese anime targeted to younger audiences there, the human Japanese names were changed to Korean-sounding ones. Aliens' names were generally the same (in pronunciation) as the Japanese names. It has become one of the most largely known Japanese anime in Korea, along with Crayon Shin-chan, Atashin'chi, Detective Conan, Doraemon, Inuyasha and Death Note. It has many parodies to Korea in translation, with using famous Korean Internet memes at the time, and in the ending song of the fourth season, "You could say, violently going?", all main 12 voice actors did over 8 parodies to numerous things, such as "This is the first time I wanted to punch a girl (Death Note)" and "Is this... 'youth'? (Gundam)".
Sgt. Frog