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Sgt. Frog: Season 1


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  • Actors: Todd Haberkorn, Cherami Leigh, R. Bruce Elliot, Christopher R. Sabat
  • Directors: Jamie Marchi
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: March 29, 2011
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0049TC8DA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,744 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Keroro is Sergeant Frog - the leader of a platoon of warriors sent to conquer planet Earth. But when the amphibious invaders discovered how much humans enjoy dissecting their comrades, the troops were scattered, the mission was aborted, and Keroro was abandoned. Now, this once proud soldier spends more time wielding a vacuum than he does the weapons of war. It's a far cry from the glory of battle, but hey, at least he's got his own room. And though the invasion may have slowed to a hop, Sergeant Frog still occasionally yearns to overcome his karaoke addiction and reassemble his troops. Watch out world, the frogs are taking over. 13 episodes on 2 dvds.

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This show makes me laugh out loud in real life.
Michey
Both the original Japanese audio and the Funimation dub are great in their own rights and are worth a watch.
Ron Prower
Definitely one of the funniest and most entertaining Anime series that I've ever scene.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By RavenRing on January 25, 2011
Tremble in fear Pekoponians! For Sgt Keroro is here to conquer your planet! As soon as he finishes his chores and completes this one last Gundam model....
Keroro is the inept Sargent of a platoon of 5 Keronians sent as the advance guard to the invasion of the Earth. But due to his bumbling, the invasion is called off and he and his platoon are abandoned on Earth. Keroro gets adopted into the Hinata family where Aki Hinata hopes to use him as inspiration for manga. But Keroro has not given up hope of a successful invasion! He has big plans! Fortunately for us Earthlings, his plans are always terrible.

I read the first volume of manga for this series and was only mildly interested in it. But when I read a review of the anime on ANN that praised the English dub to the stars, I figured I'd give it a shot. The reviewer was so right.
The Japanese dub relied heavily on puns, word plays, and pop culture references that didn't make much sense in English. So Funimation opted to come up with English versions of the jokes. They did an excellent job of it. In addition, the voice actors were top notch and they deliver their lines with great enthusiasm and comedy. I tried watching a couple episodes in Japanese to compare the two and I was surprised to find that I found the Japanese dub to be boring. This was a strange feeling for me, since I watch most of my anime in Japanese. But with Sgt. Frog, the jokes either flew right over my head or when I did catch them, I didn't find them very funny.
But in English this is one of the funniest anime I have ever seen. And I've seen lots of anime.

This set contains 26 episodes of froggy goodness with the option of Japanese or English audio. Amazon claims it is only 2 discs, but it is actually 4 discs (I own it, and I counted).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Marcus B. Taylor on November 9, 2011
I love this show, period. The frogs are endearing, the show is hilarious, the english voice cast does a wonderful job, and anybody who watches this show ends up loving it almost as much as I do. Yet somehow, due to slow DVD sales, Funimation may be dropping this series soon (along with D.Grayman)! That stinks!

I know what you're thinking: "Anime is so expensive, I can't afford it!" I can tell you that it's a steal at $30, it really is, especially considering that a place like Best Buy or some mall outlet would easily charge you something like $55-$60 for it.

So, here's what I'd like you to do: buy this box set, or if you're feeling really generous, buy the two half-seasons. You'll be helping to make sure that Funimation can continue licensing the series for all of us to enjoy! And I PROMISE that you'll be happy with your purchase too.

If you yourself are not interested in a comedy gem like this, then Christmas is coming along and you have to know *someone*who would enjoy some froggy goodness. And hey, somebody has a birthday soon, right? Get one for them too! Get them the other two seasons as well if you wanna be an extra good friend ;) Sgt. Frog: Season Two and Sgt. Frog: Season Three, Part One & Sgt. Frog: Season Three, Part Two
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By mera100 on December 29, 2011
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This is an amazing series! No questions asked, if you like being trolled with evangelion references then great! Watch it! If you like Gundam and Bandai then Great Watch It. These cute and very energetic (Right...) alien frogs from the A.R.M.P.I.T platoon are aggressively seeking to take over Pekopon (Earth)...... and they fail every time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ron Prower on November 11, 2011
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How could a show about a frog and his platoon trying to take over Earth and failing horribly not make for an amazing show? Both the original Japanese audio and the Funimation dub are great in their own rights and are worth a watch. The show is great for people of all ages, jokes and references are great for kids as well as adults. This version of the box set is Funimation's complete first season and a great buy.

I would really recommend that every anime fan picks this series up and have it in their collection. It is a great must have for a show that is always going to make you smile.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Monger on September 8, 2013
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Sgt. Frog (or Keroro Gunsou) is some of the best animated comedy out there in general, period, especially in English. It hits the same "nerve" shows like Adventure Time and Regular Show do, as all the people I've introduced it to (who, by the way, ALL love it-- yes, it's THAT endearing and infectious, even to those not all that into anime)/are already fans of this are also fans of at least one of those two. The humor is varied, rapid-fire (as in machine gun rapid; there are jokes you will probably miss on first viewing but catch in a rewatch), has references galore, whether visually or through dialogue, to anime from the mainstream to the obscure and from old to new (though refs to western pop culture and famous people are added in the FANTASTIC dub, really widening it's appeal) and best of all, it's appropriate for all ages, which means you can also sit the kids down in front of the TV and they'll also have a ball with it. It's honestly crazy this hasn't already hit the airwaves in the states, to be viewed by a mass audience, because this has the makings of a massive success!

Anyhow, if you like this set of the first 26 episodes, and odds are you will, it'll be a no brainer for you to get the other 2 seasons currently out at the moment, because it only gets better and better.

3/28/14 EDIT: Funimation has put their release of this awesome show on hiatus since about a year ago, but don't fear! Potential buyers, the only way we'll get more of this show-- episode 79-103 and onward-- sooner rather than later is by voting with your wallets (and of course, spreading the love/awareness is a great thing to do, too!)

4/1/14 EDIT: One thing nobody has mentioned, not even the description, is that according to the back of the box, all DVD sets of this show are Regions 1, 2, and 4, meaning this is importable to those in the UK/Ireland, Australia/NZ, South Africa, and all other countries those areas cover.
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