A new Sgt Frog x Karaoke no Tetsujin collaboration campaign called the “Keron Festival 2023” is scheduled to begin in September 2023, and the characters transformed into anime boys just for the occasion. It is called the “Keroro Platoon Idolization Project.” Karaoke no Tetsujin locations in Japan will take part in this campaign. An exact launch date has yet to be confirmed. Further information will be revealed at a later date.
The campaign was announced on the Karaoke no Tetsujin collaboration official social media account. An official web page for collaboration event also opened.
The original five characters in the Keroro Platoon Keroro, Tamama, Giroro, Kululu, and Dororo) are featured in this Sgt Frog collaboration. Karaoke no Tetsujin locations across Japan will participate in the campaign, and a complete list of participating stores will be revealed in the future.
Each featured character appears in a new illustration for the campaign. All of the frog boys are pictured wearing matching idol outfits and performing on stage. Supporting characters Garuru and Angol Mois showed up in new illustrations too. In the artwork, they are members of the cheering squad for the platoon, each sporting a happi, glowstick, fan, and an ita-bag decorated out with buttons and merchandise of all of the frogs.
Sgt Frog is a 2004 anime produced by Sunrise starring a group of frog-like aliens that desperately want to invade Earth, but are terribly bad at it. The story follows Fuyuki, a 12-year-old boy who crafts an unbreakable bond with the leader of the alien platoon, Sgt. Keroro. His mom lets him keep Keroro as a pet, and they come to find that he’s only really good at three things: vacuuming, eating burgers, and building Gundam models.
The Sgt Frog x Karaoke no Tetsujin collaboration campaign will begin sometime in September 2023. More information is to be revealed at a later date. Sgt. Frog is available to stream on Crunchyroll.
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