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Alien Natsumi is a character in the Keroro Gunso Franchise, seen during the credits at the end of the third movie. Contents[show] Appearance Alien Natsumi. The Keroro platoon is also known as the special tactics platoon of the space invasion division of Relationships Edit The Keroro Platoon, ranked Class F, has defeated the Garuru Platoon, which ranked class A. In Episode the platoon is . Keroro Gunso Ending Mois: That One Other Person's Spring, de arimasu. When Angol Mois was younger, she played around with Keroro, earning him Relationships Edit She also will commite suicide when Keroro almost dies, as example is in Episode she almost using Apocalypse Hellmageddon () when Keroro . It is a long golden staff with an asteroid-like sphere on one end and a.
Years later, Mutsumi would return to Earth, curious about the Keronians' activity there. Eventually, Mutsumi found Kururu after the Keroro Platoon had split once descending to Earth for direct invasion.
Kururu was curious about the human able to see through the Anti-Barrier and they fought against each other, only to quickly become partners. Kururu gave him the Reality Pen, which makes any drawing on a flat surface real.
- Sergeant Keroro
- The series provides examples of:
- Private Tamama
He has an I. In the anime, Saburo's identity as Kururu's collaborator is at first a secret though it's quite obviouswhereas in the manga it comes almost immediately to light. He skips class a lot and is rumored at school to be a member of the "Men in Black", though that doesn't seem to affect Natsumi's high opinion of him.
Saburo is excellent in sports, academics, poetry, art, and philosophy, which is why he has a hard time fitting in with his classmates.
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Dororo's mom paid no attention to him, instead paying local children to hang out with him, and she went through multiple marriages before returning to Viper. By the time the entire family finally reconciles, Dororo and Keroro are middle-aged, it's the latter-third of the series, and we meet Viper's Mom-Son and Dad-Train. At the same time, we meet Shurara, yet another of Viper's bastard children, who was mothered by insane hobo Joriri and has severe hatred and resentment of Keroro thanks to his and Viper's reconciliation.
The series finale revealed that Keroro also had a twin. Giroro to his brother Garuru while they're fighting: We can't all get F's for 'Fantastic'! Keroro and occasionally other characters speak random bouts of Spanish.
Fun with Subtitles often happens at the same time, especially in cases where the supposed Spanish is actually gibberish, or is a real Spanish statement being passed off as gibberish.
Episode 1 also featured Spanglish interplay between Keroro and the caption. I am grande si.
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Future Kululu's random placement of the numerals 4 and 9 become hints when the Japanese language is involved: Keroro uses Morse code in Episode 12 to send a message to Giroro. It's assumed that he's tapping out the Serious joke he is saying at the same time; he's actually tapping out Dororo's catchphrase, "I'm lonely".
Dororo's sadness, possible mental illness, and life of abuse are Played for Laughs. I no longer believe in god! Episode 24 ends with Nuii's sudden, explosive death at the hands of Todd's poor timing, just after she and Natsumi had a heartfelt goodbye. Episode 14 opens with Dororo's blood splattered all over a wall.
Episode 20 ends with Putata's unceremonious death by gunshotwith his blood splattered across the wall behind him. Generic Japanese Bridge in Episode 4.
Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: Keroro at the start of Episode 7: Nothin' like doin' nothin', eating fruit, and rifling through your friends' emails. In Episode 2, Fuyuki thanks Keroro after singing a song, though Keroro can't hear him.
The Episode 8 Post-Credits includes a voice saying "Dang, man! Mop need him a cigarette! Future Kululu's base turns to be a dollar store. Also, the credits feature Mop screaming "Cleaning up the cheese!
Unusually for this trope, he loves it this way. Natsumi, not so much To the point it's why Alisa first interacts with him. Natsumi Hinata Voiced by: Chiwa Saito JapaneseCherami Leigh EnglishAlazne Erdozia Spanish Fuyuki's tomboyish older sister, she considers herself—correctly—to be the first line of defense against Keroro's taking over the planet.
Has a massive crush on Mutsumi, and is good friends with Koyuki. She excels at both her school work and at sports, despite having little to no interest in the latter. The platoon unilaterally considers her Earth's greatest warrior.
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All Love Is Unrequited: Hopelessly crushes on Mutsumi, while getting crushed on by Giroro, Koyuki, several of her female classmates She's protecting the Earth, even if she's a violent, anti-social brute. In fairness, the aliens she protects Earth from kind of deserve it, and she WILL protect her friends and family. When Keroro goes missing because his space scooter breaks down in the middle of nowhere she volunteers to go find him. She responds to any accusations of care by saying she's just trying to avoid the attention if he gets fond but she gives a warm smile when she finally gets him back.