Yeah, thats how I usually say the title "Bobobo-Bo-Bo-Bobo" It's just 7 "Bo's". I think it's probobly the most hilarious manga I have ver read. The anime looks to be just as great!
Some people know about Bobobo but here's asynopsis of the series for those who don't There may be spoilers so watch out.
Bobobo-Bo-Bo-Bobo (ボボボーボ・ボーボボ ) is a manga by Yoshio Sawai, published by Shueisha in Japan's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The series will arrive in the United States in the summer of 2005; the manga has been licensed by Viz Media for an October 2005 release (No word on wheter or not it will be a Graphic Novel series or go in American SJ) and the anime adaptation will air on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block.
Bobobo-Bo-Bo-Bobo is a comedy that uses puns, non-sequintial humor, double-talk, non-sexualized cross-dressing, visual gags, and satirical and pop-culture references, which make its humor very specific to Japanese audiences (much in the same way The Simpsons is often not as accessible to non-American audiences).
The story takes place in the year "300X". The evil "Maruhage Empire"(マルガリータ帝国), lit. baldshaven empire, led by Emperor Tsuru Tsururina the 4th(ツル・ツルリーナ) (his name is a katakana for something slippery), are taking over the world by stealing people's hair. The hero, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (whose name is a string of the japanese word Bo (ボ) used on lush vegetation or unkept hair. Can also be read as the word "mother"), is a powerful martial artist who as a child learned to "hear the voices of the hair", and can command his own body hair (including his nostril hair, chest hair, and armpit hair) to perform various martial arts dubbed Hanage Shinken(鼻毛真拳), meaning God Fist of the Hair. The series follows his various escapades as he teams up with many different oddball sidekicks to fight the Maruhage Empire.
The series mocks existing manga and anime conventions, making fun of more than a few fairly specifically: Doraemon, Sailor Moon (and the whole magical girl genre in general), PokÃmon, Dragon Ball, Yu-Gi-Oh! and many others are used as humor fodder. The series also operates as a mockery of stereotypes in Japanese literature (for instance, the ideal of noble self-sacrifice) and Western popular culture (such as action films). While Bobobo is supposed to be the hero, his behavior is frequently self-important, childish, arbitrary and incomprehensible. However, this is also often how he deals with his enemies â€” by confusing them into submission. At various points the top of Bobobo's afro pops open, revealing a scene that is either an allegory for the state of Bobobo's own mind (i.e., when his powers fail him, we see a pair of boy-and-girl cartoon squirrels going through a divorce), or to unleash weapons. Bobobo even turns into a giant robot (or at least emulates its functions) a number of times. Other charchters include Beauty, the only sane person in the whole series, Don Patch, a little man who looks like a sun and gets his power from Coca Cola, Heppokomaru, master of the Fart Fist, and Tokorou Tennousuke, a Gumby looking fighter.