Sgt. Frog

Alt title: Keroro Gunsou

TV (358 eps)
2004 - 2011
Spring 2004
3.791 out of 5 from 2,852 votes
Rank #2,214

As the mighty star fleet of the planet Keron prepare their invasion of Earth, Sergeant Keroro and his elite team of commandos have been sent to infiltrate the enemy strongholds and gather as much intelligence as possible. However, it seems even his extensive military training is no match for the forces of Earth, as he is discovered and captured by the two middle school siblings, Fuyuki and Natsumi. Submitted to the rigorous torture of housework duty, the amphibious Keroro must now bide his time, covertly locate his squad-mates, and resume his mission of conquest!

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"Sgt. Frog" - A Hilarious Extraterrestrial Romp Story (7/10): "Sgt. Frog" follows the misadventures of a group of frog-like alien invaders who find themselves on Earth with the mission to conquer it. However, their plans consistently fall apart due to their ineptitude and the distractions of Earth's quirky human culture. The series primarily focuses on the humorous interactions between the alien squad and their human hosts, particularly the protagonist, Fuyuki, and his friends. While the overarching plot is relatively simple, the episodic nature of the series allows for a wide range of comedic scenarios and parodies of various anime and pop culture references. It's a lighthearted and entertaining series that doesn't take itself too seriously. Animation (8/10): The animation in "Sgt. Frog" is bright, colorful, and visually appealing. The character designs are distinct, and the exaggerated facial expressions add to the comedic elements of the show. The alien technology and gadgets are creatively designed, and the show's animation style complements the humor and absurdity of the situations. Sound (7/10): The soundtrack of "Sgt. Frog" features a mix of cheerful and quirky tunes that suit the show's comedic tone. While the music isn't particularly memorable, it enhances the overall atmosphere. The voice acting, especially the performances of the alien frog characters, adds charm to their personalities and comedic timing. The English dub, in particular, is well-done and captures the essence of the characters' humor. Characters (9/10): The characters in "Sgt. Frog" are the heart and soul of the series. The alien frog squad, led by the charismatic but utterly ineffective Sergeant Keroro, is a delightful cast of quirky personalities. Each frog has their own distinct quirks and comedic traits, and their interactions with the human characters create a dynamic that keeps the humor fresh throughout the series. Fuyuki and his friends are relatable and provide a great contrast to the extraterrestrial chaos around them. Overall (8/10): "Sgt. Frog" is a delightful comedy that excels at delivering laughs through its eccentric characters and absurd situations. It's a series that doesn't take itself seriously, making it a perfect choice for those seeking light-hearted entertainment and parodies of various genres. While the story may not be overly complex, it's the characters and their comedic chemistry that make this anime truly enjoyable. My overall score for "Sgt. Frog" is 8/10. Comparing it to the manga or novel, the anime adaptation captures the essence of the source material and brings the characters to life with its colorful animation and voice acting.


This is probably one of the most random animes out there, but still a favorite of many.  The Story revolves around multiple characters, in the beginning, Fuyuki, who is just your average guy that is obsessed about supernatural things, Natsumi, the short tempered chick that has some serious cans of kick-ass locked away somewhere...  And out beloved Sergeant, Keroro, the quirky sergeant that comes up with plans to pay off his massive debt, and spends his entire weapon budget on cheap gundam models.  The Plot, wait... What? no plot? what kind of an anime is this then!!? the original plot is about Keroro and his Platoon (Code named A.R.M.P.I.T.) trying to take over the world known as Pekopon (which is secretly earth, but don't tell anyone I said that >_>).  Later on, you meet the rest of A.R.M.P.I.T., Corporal Giroro, the gunslinger who's trigger finger is as fiery as his short fuse and love for Natsumi; Sergeant Major Kululu, the mad scientist who has a slight perverted nature, and is hysterically sadistic; Private Second Class Tamama, the cute one of the platoon, who has SERIOUS Split personality syndrome, and has an obsessive crush in the Sergeant Keroro(which reoccurs throughout the series); Lance Corporal Dororo, Who is a ninja that loves the planet, and hope for, instead of enslaving Pekoponians, but causeing world peace and harmony; everyone forgets his existence.  And Finally, the horrible, the devastating, the one being that will make you fall out of your chair, THE LORD OF TERROR NAMED ANGOL MOIS! wait... The lord of terror is a chick, and a tan blonde one at that? and her weapon that can destroy the world in 3 minutes is a cell phone? (it isn't even an Iphone...)  moving on, since Sergeant is such a lovable idiot, he never does anything to move forward in the conquering of Ear- sorry, "Pekopon." anyway, If you like semi-serious anime, then watch the Japanese dub, but if you love obscure references, whether it be about Google, random actors, and other pop-culture, then watch the English Dub.Demonman905 Out!

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