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This is a list of media associated with the anime and manga series Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo.

Voice Actors

Japanese VAs

Main cast

Guest Cast

American VAs

Main cast

Guest cast

Anime Theme songs

Original Version

Opening
  1. "Wild Challenger" by Jindou (Episodes 1-32)
  2. "Baka Survivor" by Ulfuls (Episodes 33-76)
Ending
  1. "Shiawase [Happiness]" by Mani Laba (Episodes 1-19)
  2. "Kirai Tune" by FREENOTE (Episodes 20-32)
  3. "H.P.S.J." by mihimaru GT (Episodes 33-76)

Dub Version

Opening
  1. "Wild Challenger" by Jindou (Episodes 1-76)

The only differences between the Japanese version and the English version of Wild Challenger is at very the beginning it shows the English title edit (and has a different sequence for showing it, however the music remains the same) and Jelly Jiggler doesn't jiggle in the middle of the opening (when stepped on) and at the very end (note that the Jelly Jiggler also didn't jiggle in the Japanese opening for the 2 first episodes yet he does in the later episodes).

Small parts of Baka Survivor are used in episodes 38, 45, 52, and 69.

Ending
  1. "US Ending"
  2. "US Color Ending" The US ending but with the background in color.

This ending includes scenes from Baka Survivor and music from the series.

Small parts of H.P.S.J. are used in episodes 38, 45, and 52.

Media & merchandise in the U.S.

List of Bobobo merchandise available in the U.S. so far.

  • Anime Series (76 episodes)
  • Bobobo Manga (Halekulani Arc)
  • Flash game on Toonami.com
  • Bo-bobo action figures of himself, Don Patch, Jelly Jiggler, Beauty, Gasser, and Softon
  • Keychains of Bo-bobo and Don Patch
  • Nintendo DS skin

Bobobo DVDs

  • Volume 1 - Bo-nafide Protector

Contains episodes 1-4. The cover features BoBoBo-Bo holding up three fingers.

  • Volume 2 - Scream for Ice Cream

Contains episodes 5-8. The cover features Softon in front with Don Patch coming out of BoBoBo-Bo's afro in the background.

Many fans, however, were very disappointed when the first DVD was "uncut" but still dubbed pretty much the same. Even more disappointing, however, was that it was "dubtitled", or just subtitles using the dubbed version.

After the departure of Westlake from Illumitoon, Illumitoon no longer had a DVD Distributor, leading Bobobo's future DVDs to be cancelled. The future of Bobobo DVDs is currently unknown.

Video games

List of Bobobo games that have only been released in Japan. The first game for the PlayStation 2 and the first two Game Boy Advance games were based on the manga, unlike the later games based on the anime. The first three were released prior to the release of the anime. Each game had different gameplay due to the nature of the series.

  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Ougi 87.5 Bakuretsu Hanage Shinken (GBA)
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Atsumare! Taikan Bo-bobo (PS2)
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Hajike Matsuri (PS2)
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Majide!!? Shinken Shoubu (GBA)
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Shuumare! Taikan Boubobo (PS2)
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Dassutsu! Wiggin' Royale (GC)
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo 9 Kiwame Senshi Gyagu Yuugou (GBA)
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Bakutou Hajike Taisen (GBA)
  • Jump Superstars (DS)
  • Jump Ultimate Stars (DS)

References

Illumitoon's B'tX, Beet, BoBoBo-Bo DVDs Discontinued

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