Chibi Kero: Kerobouru no Himitsu!?

Chibi Kero: Secret of the Kero Ball!?

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Japanese: ちびケロ ケロボールの秘密!?
English: Chibi Kero: Secret of the Kero Ball!?
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Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 17, 2007
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Studios: Sunrise
Source: Unknown
Genre: ComedyComedy
Duration: 17 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


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A young Keroro tries to impress Pururu by showing off the Kero Ball, a ball borrowed by Giroro from his brother Garuru. While testing the buttons, he accidentally transports the 4 tadpoles inside the ball. To get out, they must win the pinball maze. In the outside world, a young blue tadpole Kururu picks up the ball and hears the cries of help. He makes a deal to free those trapped inside if he gets a plate of curry rice. A deal is a deal and with the Kero Ball, a plate of curry rice is produced for Kururu. Unfortunately, the plate grows bigger and bigger and bigger. It got so big, that Kururu was immersed in the curry. The yellow curry slowly transforms the blue Kururu into the "yellow devil" and as the film is about to fade into black, "Kukuku" is heard.

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Mar 5, 2013
Once again we get a Keroro episode with the characters as children, and it is still as boring as ever. The 3D Animation is really cheap and a disgrace to cel-shading, as well as the animation sucks. There is no impressive movements and the characters moves like robots. The story is really weak and most likely just done on the fly, as the animators at Sunrise already has a really tight schedule.

Just like the former "Keroro kids" episodes, these are really childish and most likely meant for small kids. There is no innuendo, no suggestive themes, no language and no cartoon violence like the ...

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