Kochikame is an anime comedy tv series featuring Ryotsu Kankichi, a lazy, ugly, rough, manner less, greedy but sweet at heart police officer working at Kameari police station. The show ... See full summary »
Sakura stumbled upon the book of Clow Cards in a library. Accidentally setting the magical cards loose, it's now up to Sakura to catch them all with her best friend Tomoyo, and Kerberos, the guardian of the cards.
After her mother's death, Tohru Honda finds herself living with the Sohma family consisting of three cousins: Yuki, the 'prince charming' of their high school, Kyo the hot headed, short ... See full summary »
The legendary sword, So'unga, which belonged to the Great Dog Demon, has been unleashed. It seeks to cover the Earth in an eternal Hell and end all life on it. Inuyasha must join forces ... See full summary »
Eight years after the One Year War, the Earth Federation creates an elite force called the Titans to hunt Zeon remnants. When Titans proves to be no better than Zeon, the Anti Earth Union Group (AEUG) is formed to restore peace in space.
Sergeant Keroro, a frog-like alien invader, is captured in the line of duty by two Japanese teenagers while scouting for an invasion of Earth. After being left behind when the mission is aborted, Keroro is taken in (with some reluctance on all parties) by his captors: Fuyuki Hinata, his big sister Natsumi, and their single mom Aki. Keroro quickly begins plotting his comeback, scheming to reunite with his amphibian squad-mates (the mercurial Private Tamama, the gruff Corporal Giroro, the mischievous Sgt. Major Kururu, and the enigmatic Dororo) and renew their plan to conquer Earth (or "Pekopon", as the invaders call it)... when he's not being distracted by building Gundam model kits, or by other aspects of Earth culture.Written by
Vic Mignogna was the original choice for the English dub voice of Keroro. While Todd Haberkorn (who is now the official English dub voice of Keroro) was originally going to be the voice of Kululu. See more »
You know, I don't really watch anime. Just Plain weird stuff happens in them. I mean, I still love anime, but wow, the things Japanese rating systems get away with... Wow.. But when I do watch anime, I watch Sgt. Frog. Now I've never read the manga, or watched the Japanese version, but I've heard they were awesome. I just watch the dub, and I got to give credit where credit is due. This dub is awesome! Every Pop-Culture reference, every memorable character, even the voice acting, great! I just love watching the dub, and I've seen every episode, and I love it. I got introduced to the aspect of Keroro Gunso by a series of YouTube videos, Little did I know, a year and a half later, I'd find it on Netflix and watch every episode. I love the show, and if you don't I'm fine with it.
My score - 8.5 out of 10. Some flaws, but otherwise, a great introduction to anime.
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