OVER's Castle (OVER城, Ōba-jō) is a location and a group from the manga and anime series, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo. It is a pagoda-style castle, under the command of OVER of the Maruhage Four Heavenly Kings.

OVER's Castle
OVER's Castle
(OVER城, Ōba-jō)
Debut (Manga): Chapter 77
Debut (Anime): Episode 30
Appears in: Anime and Manga
Type of Location: Base
Leader: OVER
Members: Ochoboguchi-kun
Infinite Shoot
The Three Major Civilizations


As one of the Four Heavenly Kings of the Maruhage Empire, the demonic being known only as OVER leads the most ruthless, brutal and obedient section of the empire's forces. OVER himself is a force to be reckoned with: a powerful being evil in the eye who crushes opponents either with his massive pair of scissors or through his trial combat with anyone who gets in his way. Those who encounter OVER have one of two fates befall them: they become scalped out of OVER's loyalty to Tsuru Tsurulina IV, or they receive death. The most horrific means of death revolves around his usage of a special "Kill Seal" that saps away the power of anyone touched by it until they become nothing but a husk of their former self. Perhaps even scarier than OVER, though, is another form he takes which is much more powerful and demonic than even the scissor-wielding warrior.

Working underneath the rule of OVER is a unique group of assassins, specializing in various means of assassination skills and team tactics. Based out of their leader's samurai castle headquarters, the assassins use various cutthroat tactics such as manipulation, deception and ninjutsu to turn the battle towards their favor. While there are several independent subordinates working for OVER, his main squad are the "Five Hidden Killers", who are a team of unique ninja warriors who each fight in their own means, particularly to guard his castle from any intruders who may disturb him from his work.



Main Article: OVER

The Deadly Five Ninja

Ultimate Five Assassins

(必殺5忍衆, Hissatsu Go Ninshū), also simply known as The Deadly Five (必殺五人衆, Hissatsu Go-nin-shū), and The Ultimate Five Assassins in the English dub: A team of five ninja who serve OVER and protect his castle headquarters, much like Gunkan's Five Warriors. The Deadly Five Ninjas use various assassin and ninja maneuvers to fight their opponents.



(ルビ, Rubi): The first member of OVER's Deadly Five Ninja. Ruby is a small girl with long blond hair who appears to want everyone to play with her in her room instead of killing them. But while she's innocent and friendly, she actually has the ability to brainwash her opponents into playing all day, making them oblivious to the moment she finally assassinates them. Though Don Patch easily ignores this tactic and has no mercy in expressing his rage, Tokoro Tennosuke in particular doesn't want to fight little girls, and takes pity on her, teaching her not to act like a spoiled brat, and she finally realizes what she's done. Admitting defeat, she lets Bo-bobo and the others move on.

During the Fifth Maruhage New Emperor Playoff, she makes it all the way to the finals. However, she is used as a sacrifice by the Reverse Maruhage Empire.

She appears in the last chapter of Shinsetsu Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo at Tennosuke's Maruhage Empire reunion.

  • Anime Appearances: 30, 70, 75-76
  • Manga Appearances:
    • Original Series: 78-80
    • Shinsetsu Bo-bobo: 73
  • Seiyuu:
  • Voice Actor:

Infinite Shoot

Infinite Shoot

(無限蹴人, Mugen Shuuto): The second member of OVER's Deadly Five Ninja. Infinite Shoot appears to be a young soccer player, who ends up challenging Heppokomaru on his level. He has the ability to transform his jungle settings into a chamber of molten lava (despite not knowing he can pull off such a feat) and attacks his opponent with a kusarigama. While Infinite Shoot does carry a soccer ball with him, it's actually just a bento lunchbox. When he fights Heppokomaru, he accidentally removes his neck belt, and gets crushed by the power of the his Baby Mode. He also says that he is a master at ping-pong.

Infinite Shoot later makes a cameo during the Fifth Maruhage New Emperor Playoff, but does not get a noticeable role like Ruby or the Three Major Civilizations.

Infinite Shoot can be seen in the last chapter of Shinsetsu Bo-bobo, attending Tokoro Tennosuke's Maruhage Empire reunion.

  • Anime Appearances: 30-31, 70
  • Manga Appearances:
    • Original Series: 78-81
    • Shinsetsu Bo-bobo: 73
  • Seiyuu: Miki Fukui
  • Voice Actor: Richard Cansino
  • Trivia:
    • The kanji in Infinite Shoot's name can also translate to Infinite Kicker.

The Three Major Civilizations

Main Article: The Three Major Civilizations

Other Members


Puckered Lips

(おちょぼ口君), also known as Puckered Lips in the English dub: A ninja with a mouth for a face, he reveals himself in Hajike Block after Rice's defeat to fight him and extend an invitation to take on his master, OVER. He mainly attacks through common ninja tricks, but besides his ninja abilities, he also possesses an ability to vacuum anyone inside of his mouth to send them to the location of his choice.

  • Attacks
    • Blunt-Edge Slash: Ochoboguchi-kun hits the opponent with the blunt edge of his sword. This attack only appears in the anime, as opposed to stabbing them. Used against Don Patch and Tokoro Tennosuke.
    • Ninja Arts: Barrier Jutsu/Ninja Skill: Art of Barrier: Using his energy, Ochoboguchi-kun creates a barrier.
    • Ninja Arts: Concealment Jutsu/Ninja Skill: Art of Hiding: Unlike the Hajikelists Trio's Art of Hiding in which they hide themselves, Ochoboguchi-kun's version involves him becoming invisible but was located due to being heard.
    • Ninja Arts: Mouth Vacuum Jutsu/Ninja Skill: Art of Mouth Vacuum: Ochoboguchi-kun engulfs the enemy to transport them to OVER's Castle.
  • Anime Appearances: 30
  • Manga Appearances:
    • Original Series: 76
    • Shinsetsu Bo-bobo:
  • Seiyuu: Ken Narita
  • Voice Actor: Anthony Pulcini



(ガンプ, Ganpu): The guardian of the castle lawn. He possesses wings on his back, but they are just for show. His flying ability truly comes from the antennae on his head. He is rather easily defeated from a collaborative effort of the whole Bo-bobo team (and a little Kinnikuman battle tactics).

  • Anime Appearances: 30
  • Manga Appearances:
    • Original Series: 77
    • Shinsetsu Bo-bobo:
  • Seiyuu: Kouhei Fukuhara
  • Voice Actor: Michael Sorich
  • Trivia
    • Taking advantage of his name, the English dub makes Gump sound like Forrest Gump.

Other Inhabitants

Pig's Butt Door

Pig Door

(ブタのケツのトビラ, Buta no Ketsu no Tobira): A large pig who is halfway built into the wall of Ruby's playroom. His buttocks supposedly serves as the doorway to the next floor.

  • Anime Appearances: 30
  • Manga Appearances: 79
  • Seiyuu:
  • Voice Actor:

Guy Inside the Pig's Butt Door

Guy Behind Pig Door

(ブタのケツのドアの中にいた人, Buta no Ketsu no Doa no Naka ni Ita Hito): A person wearing a three-eyed mask who lives behind the Pig's Butt Door (as it would turn out, the door does not lead to the second floor). Beauty, having realized that she opened the weird door for nothing, took her frustration out on the guy, using the Palo Special technique.[1]

  • Manga Appearances: 78


Ruby's Playroom

OVER's Castle - Ruby's Playroom

A colorful room that looks like a simple playroom for small children. This area is guarded by Ruby.

Jungle Stage

OVER's Castle - Jungle StageOVER's Castle - Jungle Stage (Lava)

A room modeled to look like a jungle, which is guarded by Infinite Shoot.

Trap Room

OVER's Castle - Trap Room

(トラップルーム, Torappu Rūmu): A large room that is full of traps, including flamethrowers, giant man-crushing pendulums, and bottomless pits. If the enemy makes it past these traps, then the room will begin to flood with coffee. Near the center of this room, there lies a cage trap where the victim will be tortured with giant fans.

Toilet Coliseum

OVER's Castle - Toilet Coliseum

(トイレコロシアム, Toire Koroshiamu): An arena in the form of a giant toilet, which is guarded by the Three Major Civilizations. As weird as it seems, the toilet comes fully equip with everything that a normal toilet has (including a giant toilet seat to flatten the combatants). The greatest danger comes in the toilet water, for if one falls into the water, they will expand until they burst. According to Bo-bobo, this coliseum has won a number of 1st place awards in categories such as:

  • Real Serious Spot
  • Spot To Go On A First Date
  • Prettiest Stadium at Night
  • Stadium To See Games
  • 7th Annual Best Stadium
  • Best Jeanist Award

OVER's Room

OVER's Castle - OVER's Room

The very top of the castle. At first it appears to be just an unfurnished room, with walls flimsy enough to come down after a few knocks from Tokoro Tennosuke's fist. However, if provoked enough, OVER will transform the room into his true battleground: Desperado Colosseo [2].


  1. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Chapter 79
  2. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Manga, Chapter 85

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