History Webcomic / AxisPowersHetalia

7th Feb '16 9:19:39 PM KyuTurtle
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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Eight manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in July 2015, with a ninth one seeing release in February 2016. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.

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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Eight Nine manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in July 2015, with a ninth one seeing release in February 2016. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.
19th Jan '16 6:07:00 AM KyuTurtle
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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Eight manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in July 2015. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.

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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Eight manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in July 2015.2015, with a ninth one seeing release in February 2016. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.
19th Oct '15 9:46:54 PM mlsmithca
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Now has its own [[FanWorks/AxisPowersHetalia Fan Works]], [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation/AxisPowersHetalia Alternative Character Interpretation]], [[Memes/AxisPowersHetalia Memetic Mutation]], ''Manga/HetaliaBloodbath2010'', ''Manga/{{Hetaween 2011}}'', ''Manga/HetaliaBloodbath2011'', ''Manga/HetaliaHetaween2013'', [[ShipTease/AxisPowersHetalia Ship Tease]], [[HoYay/AxisPowersHetalia Ho Yay]], [[RonTheDeathEater/AxisPowersHetalia Ron The Death Eater]], [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight/AxisPowersHetalia Ships That Pass In The Night]], [[ShipToShipCombat/AxisPowersHetalia Ship To Ship Combat]], [[DieForOurShip/AxisPowersHetalia Die For Our Ship]], ''and'' [[FandomSpecificPlot/AxisPowersHetalia Fandom Specific Plot]], pages. It also has [[http://fetishfuel.wikia.com/wiki/Axis_Powers_Hetalia its own page]] on TvTropes' Fetish Fuel wiki.

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Now has its own [[FanWorks/AxisPowersHetalia Fan Works]], [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation/AxisPowersHetalia Alternative Character Interpretation]], [[Memes/AxisPowersHetalia Memetic Mutation]], ''Manga/HetaliaBloodbath2010'', ''Manga/{{Hetaween 2011}}'', ''Manga/HetaliaBloodbath2011'', ''Manga/HetaliaHetaween2013'', [[ShipTease/AxisPowersHetalia Ship Tease]], [[HoYay/AxisPowersHetalia Ho Yay]], [[RonTheDeathEater/AxisPowersHetalia Ron The Death Eater]], [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight/AxisPowersHetalia Ships That Pass In The Night]], [[ShipToShipCombat/AxisPowersHetalia Ship To Ship Combat]], [[DieForOurShip/AxisPowersHetalia Die For Our Ship]], ''and'' [[FandomSpecificPlot/AxisPowersHetalia Fandom Specific Plot]], pages. It also has [[http://fetishfuel.wikia.com/wiki/Axis_Powers_Hetalia its own page]] on TvTropes' Fetish Fuel wiki.
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23rd Jul '15 7:57:15 AM KyuTurtle
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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Seven manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in February 2015, and an eighth one will be released in July 2015. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.

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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Seven Eight manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in February 2015, and an eighth one will be released in July 2015. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.
7th Jul '15 7:19:52 AM Pszczola
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A series of drama [=CDs=] were also made, followed by an {{anime}} adaptation, although broadcast on television was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] in favor of alternate means. Produced by Creator/StudioDEEN, the anime began airing in January of 2009, and currently has completed five seasons, along with several additional "special episodes." The third and fourth season were released under the name ''Hetalia World Series'' and season five was titled ''Hetalia the Beautiful World''. A movie, ''Paint It, White'', has been released in Japan and became available in North America in November 2011. As of November 26th 2014, a season six has been confirmed, to be named ''Hetalia The World Twinkle'', which will begin airing on July 3, 2015.

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A series of drama [=CDs=] were also made, followed by an {{anime}} adaptation, although broadcast on television was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] in favor of alternate means. Produced by Creator/StudioDEEN, the anime began airing in January of 2009, and currently has completed five seasons, along with several additional "special episodes." The third and fourth season were released under the name ''Hetalia World Series'' and season five was titled ''Hetalia the Beautiful World''. A movie, ''Paint It, White'', has been released in Japan and became available in North America in November 2011. As of November 26th 2014, a season six has been confirmed, to be named A sixth season, ''Hetalia The World Twinkle'', which will begin began airing on July 3, 2015.
17th Jun '15 12:45:25 AM KyuTurtle
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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Seven manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in February 2015. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.

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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Seven manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in February 2015, and an eighth one will be released in July 2015. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.



A series of drama [=CDs=] were also made, followed by an {{anime}} adaptation, although broadcast on television was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] in favor of alternate means. Produced by Creator/StudioDEEN, the anime began airing in January of 2009, and currently has completed five seasons, along with several additional "special episodes." The third and fourth season were released under the name ''Hetalia World Series'' and season five was titled ''Hetalia the Beautiful World''. A movie, ''Paint It, White'', has been released in Japan and became available in North America in November 2011. As of November 26th 2014, a season six has been confirmed, to be named ''Hetalia The World Twinkle''. More information has yet to be released on this.

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A series of drama [=CDs=] were also made, followed by an {{anime}} adaptation, although broadcast on television was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] in favor of alternate means. Produced by Creator/StudioDEEN, the anime began airing in January of 2009, and currently has completed five seasons, along with several additional "special episodes." The third and fourth season were released under the name ''Hetalia World Series'' and season five was titled ''Hetalia the Beautiful World''. A movie, ''Paint It, White'', has been released in Japan and became available in North America in November 2011. As of November 26th 2014, a season six has been confirmed, to be named ''Hetalia The World Twinkle''. More information has yet to be released Twinkle'', which will begin airing on this.
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7th May '15 10:59:30 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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A series of drama [=CDs=] were also made, followed by an {{anime}} adaptation, although broadcast on television was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] in favor of alternate means. Produced by StudioDEEN, the anime began airing in January of 2009, and currently has completed five seasons, along with several additional "special episodes." The third and fourth season were released under the name ''Hetalia World Series'' and season five was titled ''Hetalia the Beautiful World''. A movie, ''Paint It, White'', has been released in Japan and became available in North America in November 2011. As of November 26th 2014, a season six has been confirmed, to be named ''Hetalia The World Twinkle''. More information has yet to be released on this.

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A series of drama [=CDs=] were also made, followed by an {{anime}} adaptation, although broadcast on television was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] in favor of alternate means. Produced by StudioDEEN, Creator/StudioDEEN, the anime began airing in January of 2009, and currently has completed five seasons, along with several additional "special episodes." The third and fourth season were released under the name ''Hetalia World Series'' and season five was titled ''Hetalia the Beautiful World''. A movie, ''Paint It, White'', has been released in Japan and became available in North America in November 2011. As of November 26th 2014, a season six has been confirmed, to be named ''Hetalia The World Twinkle''. More information has yet to be released on this.
21st Apr '15 12:04:17 AM KyuTurtle
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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Six manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in October of 2013. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.

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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Six Seven manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in October of 2013.February 2015. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.
''World☆Stars''.
19th Jan '15 6:55:52 PM WillKeaton
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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here]], with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here]].[[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Six manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in October of 2013. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.

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Starting off as a webcomic in 2006, Hetalia garnered a strong fan following, and was eventually published in print form two years later. The original webcomic can still be read [[http://www.geocities.jp/himaruya/hetaria/index.html here]], here,]] with scanlations located [[http://www.hetarchive.net/scanlations/ here]].[[note]]Following here.]][[note]]Following a Cease and Desist notice from Gentosha, the published manga volume material is no longer available, although scans from Comic Birz and Himaruya's blogs are unaffected.[[/note]] Six manga volumes have been printed in Japan, the latest in October of 2013. Monthly episodes also ran in Birz magazine for about a year starting in 2011, and those stories were reprinted in volumes five and six of the published manga. As of September 21, 2014, the series began a new bi-weekly manga serialization in the [[Magazine/ShonenJump Shonen Jump Plus]] online magazine called ''World☆Stars''.



Most of the anime can be viewed for free at [[http://funimation.com/hetalia/ Funimation's website]].[[note]]Although you need to have an account on their site and be in the US or Canada as they are region blocked.[[/note]] The full series, including both the subbed and dubbed anime, the movie, and extras such as commentary and bloopers, are available to people who have a paid subscription. [[http://www.hulu.com/hetalia-axis-powers Hulu]] also has both subtitled and dubbed versions of the Axis Powers, as does Funimation's [[http://www.youtube.com/show/hetalia YouTube]] Channel. Likewise, a sub of ''World Series'' is also officially available on [[http://www.youtube.com/show/hetaliaworldseries YouTube]] and [[http://www.hulu.com/hetalia-world-series Hulu]]. The show is TV-MA, so an account on either is required.

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Most of the anime can be viewed for free at [[http://funimation.com/hetalia/ Funimation's website]].[[note]]Although website.]][[note]]Although you need to have an account on their site and be in the US or Canada as they are region blocked.[[/note]] The full series, including both the subbed and dubbed anime, the movie, and extras such as commentary and bloopers, are available to people who have a paid subscription. [[http://www.hulu.com/hetalia-axis-powers Hulu]] also has both subtitled and dubbed versions of the Axis Powers, as does Funimation's [[http://www.youtube.com/show/hetalia YouTube]] Channel. Likewise, a sub of ''World Series'' is also officially available on [[http://www.youtube.com/show/hetaliaworldseries YouTube]] and [[http://www.hulu.com/hetalia-world-series Hulu]]. The show is TV-MA, so an account on either is required.
6th Dec '14 9:23:41 PM Pszczola
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A popular Japanese series by Creator/idekazHimaruya that is an allegorical tale of the history of the world, especially during UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo, with anthropomorphizations of different countries and the various stereotypes associated with them. ''Axis Powers Hetalia'' is at once educational, irreverently silly, occasionally touching, and [[RefugeInAudacity quite probably very offensive to certain people]]. Surprisingly, it gets many of the more subtle and less well known relationships between European countries rather well represented, which you usually [[WeAllLiveInAmerica wouldn't expect of foreign writers]].

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A popular Japanese series by Creator/idekazHimaruya Creator/HidekazHimaruya that is an allegorical tale of the history of the world, especially during UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo, with anthropomorphizations of different countries and the various stereotypes associated with them. ''Axis Powers Hetalia'' is at once educational, irreverently silly, occasionally touching, and [[RefugeInAudacity quite probably very offensive to certain people]]. Surprisingly, it gets many of the more subtle and less well known relationships between European countries rather well represented, which you usually [[WeAllLiveInAmerica wouldn't expect of foreign writers]].
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