Sgt. Frog is Available to Stream on Crunchyroll Today

While Keroro may have failed to conquer Earth, he has not failed to make his way onto anime streaming services. Sgt. Frog is coming to the anime streaming service Crunchyroll.

Announced by the streamer, Sgt. Frog will be available to stream later today, on June 17 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT. Whether you’ve witnessed the antics of Keroro or will be watching it for the first time, now is as good a time to watch the comedic anime. The first 205 episodes will be available to stream.

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If you are wondering what Sgt. Frog is all about, here is a brief synopsis from Crunchyroll:

Keroro is Sergeant Frog – the leader of a platoon of warriors sent to conquer planet Earth. But when the amphibious invaders discovered how much humans enjoy dissecting their comrades, the troops were scattered, the mission was aborted, and Keroro was abandoned. Now, this once proud soldier spends more time wielding a vacuum than he does the weapons of war. It’s a far cry from the glory of battle, but hey, at least he’s got his own room. And though the invasion may have slowed to a hop, Sergeant Frog still occasionally yearns to overcome his karaoke addiction and reassemble his troops.

Sgt. Frog is also available on to stream on Funimation in both sub and English dub formats. However, the streamer only has the first 78 episodes available.

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If streaming isn’t your thing, Discotek Media recently announced the Blu-ray release of Sgt. Frog. While a specific release date was not revealed, the first set, which includes the first 51 episodes in SD on Blu-ray, will release between September and November this year. The rest of the 358-episode anime series will release in the future.

Sgt. Frog began as a manga series written and illustrated by Mine Yoshizaki in Monthly Shonen Ace in April 1999. It was then adapted into an anime television series by Sunrise from April 2004 to April 2011.