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Kancho-kun (カンチョー君, Kancho-kun), also known as Kanpyo-kun (カンピョー君, Kanpyo-kun) in the anime, "The Splinter" in the English dub, and Mr. Enema in the English manga, is a character from the manga and anime series, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo. He is the former Y-Block leader of the Maruhage Empire's third era.

Kancho-kun
Kancho-kun
(カンチョー君, Kancho-kun)
Debut (Manga): Chapter 144
Debut (Anime): Episode 61
Appears in: Anime and Manga
Seiyū (Japanese): Hiroshi Okamoto
Voice actor:

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(Spanish)
(French)
(Italian)
(German)
(Dutch)
(Polish)
(Portuguese)

Nickname(s): None
Aliases: None
Species: Kancho
Affiliation The Former Maruhage Empire
Classification: Former Y-Block Leader (Third Era)
Birthday: April 2[1]
Age:
Gender: Male
Blood Type: A[2]
Eye Color: Black
Hair Color: None
Fist Skill:

Background

Kancho-kun is a tiny pink creature with hands on his head. He has no facial features except two dots for eyes, and two flat, rectangular feet. His main attack is firing his fingers up an opponent's rear-end, a prank commonly performed by small children called a "kancho" (hence his name). He has four jet pipe's on his sides to help launch him towards his opponent's posterior.

Personality

The main personality trait Kancho-kun has displayed is his determination to "kancho" people, which is his only life goal. He has also shown assertiveness, immediately nominating himself as the de-facto leader of the rebellion against the Reverse Maruhage Empire.

History

The Former Maruhage Empire

As Tokoro Tennosuke watches Don Patch subject Ishikawa Goemon to torture over his revealed identity, Kancho-kun arrives in Life or Death Triple's Hell Area, after being summoned by Rububa the Bubbles. Kancho-kun immediately notices Tennosuke and strikes from behind by propelling himself into his rear-end, launching him into the Heaven Area. When Bo-bobo notices Kancho-kun stuck to Tennosuke's rear-end and pulls it out, Tennosuke prepares to attack it, only to find out that it's "dead".

According to the narrator, Kancho-kun puts all of its energy into one single attack. Because it can only deliver one kancho in its lifetime, it dies shortly after.

The Playoffs and the Reverse Maruhage Empire

Despite being dead, Kancho-kun isshown to be alivel during the threat of the Reverse Maruhage Empire, and becomes de-facto leader of the group as they journey through the Yamiking towards Hydrate. He hardly assists the rebels at all, until they come face-to-face with the mad leader himself, where he lands many painful kancho blows against Hydrate's rear-end (but dies multiple times). After the Reverse Maruhage Empire falls, Kancho-kun disappears without explanation.

Shinsetsu Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo

Kancho finally returns to the series when the rebels are fighting Tsuru Tsurulina III. Though he fails to kill him, he was able to land a powerful blow against his former leader. He once again dies, but now permanently.

In the final chapter of the series, Don Patch arrives at a graveyard, where several Kancho gathered for the funeral of the third-era Y-Block leader who had assisted the rebels in the final battle. Don Patch takes another one from the crowd at the funeral before moving along.

Abilities & Powers

Attacks

Image Technique Type Name
(Manga/Anime)
US Name
(Anime/Manga)
Debut
Go・to・HELL Chapter 144
Kancho-kun locks into the opponent's rear end, while clasping its hands together in the shape of a gun. It then propels itself into the backside of the opponent, poking its fingers up their anus. Used Against:
Tennosuke
GO TO HEAVEN Chapter 193
Kancho-kun locks onto the opponent's rear end, while making a few hand signs. It then propels itself into the backside of the opponent and starts spinning upon making contact. Used Against:
Hydrate

Appearances

  • Anime appearances: 61-62, 76
  • Manga appearances: 144

Trivia

References

  1. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobon
  2. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobon


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