| Sergeant Frog |
|Other Names|| Keroro Gunsou, |
|Broadcasting Type||TV series|
|Original Airing Date/Release||April 3, 2004 – April 3, 2011|
|First Appearance||Super Robot Wars Operation Extend|
Sergeant Keroro, also known by its title in its English dubbed version as Sergeant Frog, is a comedy manga adapted into television. While the show is not really classified as a mecha series, it is filled to the brim with mecha, old anime, and tokusatsu references with more attention to Gundam due to the animation being done by Gundam's studio, Sunrise. Many of the names and locations used in the anime were renamed or shortened in the English dub done by Funimation to make the show more friendly to English-speaking audiences.
Planet Keron, a planet of frog-like aliens, sends a squadron led by Sergeant Keroro (Sergeant Kero in dubbed versions) as a preemptive reconnaisse force to invade Earth (called Pekopon or Planet Wuss by the aliens in the original and dubbed respectively). However, Sergeant Keroro is caught sneaking around Fuyuki Hinata's room and the invasion is abruptly called off. The squadron is now separated and stranded, and Sergeant Keroro must depend on the Hinata family and adapt to Pekopon life until he regroups with his comrades and lead them in taking over the Pekopons. Fortunately, the Pekopon distractions will stall Keroro from his actual mission.
<spoiler text="This following contains extreme amounts of spoilers. Click to show/hide."> fill in later. Not sure this section is needed since this anime is gag heavy. </spoiler>
Super Robot Wars Appearances
The following characters have appeared in a Super Robot Wars as either a playable character, an enemy, or are involved in the background story as a supporting ally/enemy. The characters are sorted by faction.
- Keroro Platoon