Sgt Frog New Anime Announced for Series 20th Anniversary Keroro Gunso
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Sgt Frog Anime Announced for Keroro Gunso Anniversary

Kadokawa announced that a new season of the comedy anime series Sgt Frog, also known as Keroro Gunso, is now in production. A new 30 second promotional trailer showed the popular characters in the updated art style for the new series, and the official website for the series is now open.

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The announcement of a new season of Sgt Frog is part of the 20th anniversary project celebrating the release of the original anime, which premiered in Japan on April 2004. In addition, the announcement social media post was accompanied by a Japanese caption that reads “Today is the first day of Keroro in the Reiwa Era.”

The teaser trailer is available only in Japanese, and it opens with Sergeant Keroro, leader of the Keroro Platoon, screaming “I return to Pekopon!” For context, Pekopon is the name that the frog alien species Keroro belongs to calls planet Earth. The teaser showed Keroro, Tamama, Giroro, Dororo, and Kururu, as well as a brief glimpse at siblings Fuyuki and Natsume Hinata, Momoka Nishizawa, Mutsumi Hojo, Koyuki Azumaya, and Angol Mois.

You can check out the teaser trailer for the new Sgt Frog series here:

Despite the announcement of the Keroro Gunso anime series being made on April Fools’ Day, the new anime season is real. The 20th anniversary project was originally announced back in March 23, 2024. In other Sgt. Frog news, anime boy versions of the Keroro Platoon appeared at Karaoke no Tetsujin locations in Japan back in September 2023.

A new Sgt Frog series is currently in production, with no release date announced. The original Sgt. Frog anime series is available to stream on Crunchyroll.

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