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Keroro T02 (Sgt. Frog #2)

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It's the dawn of a new school year for Fuyuki Hinata. As if the stress of starting junior high wasn't enough, he must also deal with Sgt. Keroro, the froglike alien with apocalyptic intentions freeloading in his attic. But if Fuyuki thought the Sergeant was a handful, wait until he gets a load of his subordinates! His gun-crazy subordinates have started to surface and not...more
Published June 1st 2007 by Kana (first published January 1st 2004)
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Italee Castellon
You meet a new caracter in this volume Giroro, a war crazy love sick (with natsumi)guy, he came in and booby traped the house but he didn't expect Natsumi to come back or be so strong. They have a battle (which Natsumi wins) and that's where he relizes he loves her. He tries to get them back on track with the invasion and he lives in a tent in the back yard. This book also show Tamama's jelsouly for Angol Moa (aslo called Mois) and her spending time with Keroro. In the end Saboro(natsumi's cursh...more
O.K., still not exactly sure what this is supposed to be about. A LOT of puns and jokes based on Japanese culture, anime, and other manga. Although, they are pretty good about giving you the info needed incase you don't know what they are referencing.
this book is really funny it is the second book and is about these alian frogs trying to take over the world
This book is a really weird and funny. It is about a family that finds an alien frog in Japan 1999. They need to take care of the frog while the frog finds his comrades and plans to take over the world. The whole family is clueless about what the frog is doing. They just think he is a helpless frog.
Once again, Mine Yoshizaki manages to make me laugh. Throughout the book, whether it was witty remarks or references to pop culture, It was very humorous. Overall, the book was fantasic, and I cannot wait to continues the series.
Holly Letson
This series is hilarious. I recommend it to everyone.
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From Keroro Wiki:

Mine Yoshizaki (吉崎 観音 Yoshizaki Mine), born December 2, 1971 in Isahaya, Nagasaki) is a male Japanese manga artist (mangaka) who first started his career by making dōjinshi based on video games. Yoshizaki also worked as an assistant to mangaka Katsu Aki . His first publication was featured in a compilation book published by Shogakukan in 1989.
He is best known for his manga Keroro...more
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Sgt. Frog, Vol. 1: Enter the Sergeant (Sgt. Frog, #1) Sgt. Frog, Vol. 3 (Sgt. Frog , #3) Sgt. Frog, Vol. 4 (Sgt. Frog, #4) Sgt. Frog, vol. 5 (Sgt. Frog, #5) Sgt. Frog, Vol. 7 (Sgt. Frog, #7)

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