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In the 31st Century, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo is an incredible and outlandish renegade who fights against the Margarita Empire and his leader, Tsuru Tsuruiina IV, accompanied of the girl Beauty, the crazy Don Patch and other friends so crazies like him. With his magical afro blonde hair and his buddies, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo will fights against the Hair Hunters to save the world and to free it from the evil emperor's power and his plot to turn bald to all mankind. Written by
If you've seen Excel then you're more then likely ready for this show. This isn't the kind of thing I would recommend to most people. This show mostly subscribes to an insane brand of humor that will have the majority lost, and will probably hate the show. The first episode seems mainstream enough but as things progress, things only get weirder.
The battles are actually very fun to watch, watching some of the most insane attacks ever to be seen on a screen, including one that changes a man into a woman and has him/her marrying one of their henchmen. I am 100% serious. Most of the weirdness will come from Don Patch and Jelly Jiggler. Some characters like Soften(who's head is strawberry ice cream) Gasser( a kid who uses farts in his attacks) and Beauty(the damsel in distress) actually are somewhat serious and will often freak out at some of the absurdities.
The basic plot even becomes lost and there is not even a trace of any actual seriousness. Only for those with the taste for weired humor.
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