As anime fans, we're all used to characters with strange names. But what about the ones that are just plain unfortunate? A new reader poll has tallied up the character names fans think are not only weird, but just unkind to saddle a character with. Get the "winners" after the jump!
Frontier Works will release a Blu-ray box of the TV anime adaptation of Yoshio Sawai's comedy adventure manga Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo at 33,480 yen (about 294 US dollars) in Japan on April 25, 2018. All 76 episodes will be digitally remastered to high-rate SD (480i). Hit the jump for more details.
While 45th anniversary Shonen Jump fighter recently added some you-are-already-dead serious characters with Fist of the North Star's Kenshiro and Raoh, it's still down to get silly with the latest contenders to join the roster. More after the jump.
After first being discovered in Amazon listings and months of anticipation, the long-awaited bobobo-bo bo-bobo DVD release has hit a sour note with fans due to the discovery that the set does not feature English subtitles at all despite being listed on the packaging. Hit the jump for distributor S'more Entertainment's take on the situation.
It looks like One Piece, Naruto, and Toriko aren't the only big-name Jump titles getting spin-offs in new magazine Saikyou Jump--gag manga Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo joins the club with a series showcasing never-grim second banana Don Patch. Head past the jump to find out more!