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Combat Blues (コンバット・ブルース, Konbatto Burūsu), also known as Major Minor in the English dub, is a character from the anime and manga series, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo. He is the former leader of E-Block of the Maruhage Empire's third era.

Combat Blues
Combat Blues
(コンバット・ブルース, Konbatto Burūsu)
Debut (Manga): Chapter 131
Debut (Anime): Episode 55
Appears in: Anime and Manga
Seiyū (Japanese): Eiji Takemoto
Voice actor:

Michael Sorich (English)
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(Spanish)
(French)
(Italian)
(German)
(Dutch)
(Polish)
(Portuguese)

Nickname(s): None
Aliases: None
Species: Human
Affiliation The Former Maruhage Empire
Classification: Former E-Block Leader (Third Era)
Birthday: August 15[1]
Age:
Gender: Male
Blood Type: B[2]
Eye Color: Unknown
Hair Color:
Fist Skill: Trap Shinken

Background

Combat Blues is a man dressed like a common military officer. His helmet casts a shadow over his eyes so that they are never revealed. He is the former E-Block leader of the Maruhage Empire's third era.

Personality

History

The Former Maruhage Empire

When he is first seen, Comabat Blues is just emerging from his cryogenics tube with other Maruhage generals. Upon awakening, they are told about Bo-bobo's threat towards the current Maruhage generation, and are ordered to destroy him within Neo Hair-Hunt Land MAX. Combat Blues acts as the guardian of the "Battlefield Requiem" (a water slide attraction) of the park. When the rebels finally arrive at his attraction, Combat Blues uses the water slide to trap Bo-bobo, Beauty, and Don Patch in his watery battle arena! Though he has an obvious advantage,(his subordinates, Swimsuit Girl and Swimsuit Gal can continuously heal him), the soldier keeps falling for his own traps, and Bo-bobo continually finds ways to defeat him. Eventually, the battered soldier unveils "The Ultimate Weapon" to destroy the rebels, but it turns out to be Torpedo Girl, who once again teams up with the rebels. By the end of the fight, Combat Blues' is abandoned by his subordinates (who are convinced by Bo-bobo to turn good off-screen ), and is utterly defeated.

The Hair Kingdom

Though he chose not to participate in the new emperor playoffs, Combat Blues is later seen working alongside Tsuru Tsurulina III as the only general left loyal to the emperor, as all the others either became good guys or adapted to civilian life. Together, they invade the Hair Kingdom, but Tsurulina III does most of the work, while Combat Blues is merely reading porn while his boss gains the ultimate power of the Hair Ball!

Shinsetsu Bo-bobo

Combat Blues makes several appearances in Shinsetsu, but once again he is too busy reading adult material to really be considered a threat to anyone. He is beaten once and for all by Bo-bobo during the final raid on the Neo Maruhage Empire (even though he wasn't doing anything remotely evil).

Video Games

Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Escape!! Hajike Royale

Abilities & Powers

Combat Blues' specialty is "Trap Shinken" (トラップ真拳 Torappu Shinken; TrueFist of Traps, Dub: "Super Fist of Trapping"). This shinken allows him the use of all sorts of military-issue weaponry as well as various traps set along the water slides.

Attacks

  • Into the Jaws of Death (死地送り)/Bait the Trap: Uses an ejecting platform. It is named Into the Hell (地獄送り) in the anime.
  • Soulful Hand Grenade (魂の手榴弾)/Savage Water Balloons: Throws grenades at the enemy. Though it is supposed to explode on the enemy, these "bombs" have absolutely no effect.
  • Piranha Hell (ピラニア地獄 Piranaa Jigoku)/Big Box of Piranhas. Combat Blues pours savage man-eating piranhas (in actuality, just harmless tuna) to attack nearby enemies.
  • Killer Dam (キラーダム Kirā Damu)/Waterfall: Combat Blues summons a large waterfall tunnel to cause its victims to fall from the water slide to their assumed death.
  • High Speed Water Clone (高速水分身)/Reflections of the Water: Summons two clones.
  • Whirlpool Hell (渦巻き地獄)/Portal Vortex: Creates a hideous-looking whirlpool hole in the water slide to drown its victims.
  • Underwater Rockets (水中ロケット弾)/You Say To-ma-to, I Say Tor-pe-do: Shoots vicious mini-rockets.
  • 10,000 Push-ups (腕立て1万回): Combat Blues, Captain Ishida, and T-500 make the opponent do 10,000 push-ups.

Appearances

  • Episode Appearances: 55, 57, 75
  • Manga Appearances:
    • Original Series: 131, 135-137, 162, 196.5, 187, 219, 229
    • Shinsetsu Bo-bobo: 46, 62, 69

Trivia

  • In the English language dub, Combat Blues speaks in a stereotypical drill sergeant American accent.
  • Combat Blues' dream is エロ保の中に入る.[3]

References

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