List of Hetalia: Axis Powers episodes - Wikipedia
America; Austria; England/UK/Britain; Germany . After being left out of the second Allied Forces meeting in Episode 10, France. A second episode season of Hetalia: Axis Powers was announced on April 16 When the nations gather to solve the world's problems, America presents his After he winds up uninvited to the second Allies meeting, France reflects on his. In the Allied Forces base, America conducts a meeting to discuss how to take down the Axis Powers, but his speech.
Italy and two other Italian soldiers wander back, having noticed the dog. They surround the stray dog and pet it, remaining unaware of the lecture that Germany had attempted to give them. America announces that things have gone perfectly, but then backtracks and says it's what he would like to say, as he asks the others if they too feel that something is strange in the room.
A brief shot of a small, beige polar bear is shown. England agrees, sensing that it feels like there's someone other than the five of them in the room, as another shot of the bear follows. France pokes at Russiaand says that it's probably General Winter or the ghost of Russia's previous emperor in the room.
Another shot of the bear is shown, as the camera cuts away more to reveal more of the person holding it. Russia is confused as to what France means, while China states that he can feel something strange in the room and that it's scaring him. The sixth person in the room is revealed, as the Allies freak out over the strange presence in the room: France mentions that he counted one more person at the meeting, while England remarks that nobody knows who the extra country would be. The unseen sixth Ally sits back, wondering when it will be his turn to speak up and speaking in a soft, whispery voice.
His bear, Kumajirou, asks who he is. The man replies that he is Canada. The five other Allies can only stare, as Canada is revealed to be transparent and "invisible" to them. A footnote reads that Canada's turn at the meeting never did come Germany orders Italy and Japan to work their hardest.
Germany runs as fast and as hard as he can down a road, while Italy slowly and weakly trails behind him. Germany orders him to run properly, and adds that they'll have lunch when training is over.
Italy begins to clumsily run ahead of him in response.
Germany notes to himself that with the proper motivation, Italy could do anything. Suddenly, Italy catches sight of something behind them and runs away at breakneck speed, screaming as he does. An irritated Germany yells after him to not run away while he's praising him, while Italy screams that the English have arrived. In the strip America's Brewster F2A Buffalo France refuses to offer a depressed America a drink after he has a horrible day, stating that he is still a child.
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After a lot of hard work on his part, France presented America with a dismembered Statue of Liberty, celebrating America's th year of official independence in The Story of The Statue of Liberty. In Independence Day, France's gift was a censored object along with champagne, to which America asked for such things not to be shown in public. When America went on a diet in Supersize You, he asked France for a suggestion, however, whatever was said was censored out; later in the Hetalia Fantasia 2 C.
This revelation came after France stumbled into a dungeon area that he believed America had based off of the Palace of Versailles, and he became very emotional.
He then goes on about how much he always knew America loved his culture and how grateful he is for it, but this is never verified by America himself. Italy America and Italy have appeared together quite a few times and both are known for not being able to read the atmosphere. In Comic Diary 1, they were shown looking for the "Legendary ability to read the atmosphere" together. Japan In Black Ships have Come, America rather forcefully convinces Japan to open up his borders, leaving him frustrated.
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Apparently, the relationship gets better, since in Japan and The Footsteps of Westernization, America visits his house. He introduces "table-turning" to Japan, asking what he would like to question the table about.
Japan eventually ends up confiding that, while he is happy to be opening up his borders and meeting new people, he is fearful of not being able to get along with other countries.
He then goes on to request that America ask if he will be able to make new friends, and America promptly makes the table shift once, exclaiming "That means the answer's yes! They share a love of technology and video games and are frequently at each others' houses to play them together.
Korea " The only time they had shown to actually be interacting in the webcomics was during a meeting, where Korea disagreed with Japan while agreeing with America, though America and Japan had already agreed. America and Korea were also both in the "Do your best!
And Korea mentioned America in the "Breasts are Forever" strip, when Japan turns down Korea's request to touch his chest and Korea declares that "If you don't let me touch them, I'll make a movie Lithuania After falling into poverty due to WWI, Lithuania started to work for America as his housekeeper, finding himself a happy freedom in the process.
When the Great Depression hit, Lithuania found himself having to return back home with Russia.
It seems like Lithuania actually cares for America since in Episode 29 he asks Russia about him, although a trembling Estonia interrupts to remind him that he can't talk to Russia about America. He also was one of the people who went to America's birthday party. Molossia In one of the Christmas bonus requests, Molossia is embarrassed about accidentally exposing his softer side to Sealand and the other micronations, so he's on edge and ends up snapping at America.
America expresses his surprise and says that Molossia used to be such a mild person, much to Molossia's embarrassment. Footnotes explain that Molossia can't "lift his head against America" and is shown exchanging a polite greeting with him in an omake illustration.
Prussia Though there hasn't been much interaction between them, it was revealed that Prussia trained America in combat for the Revolutionary War. Initially, he was worried about how he didn't know what he was thinking and told himself to be cautious.
However, after Prussia introduced himself he thought Prussia was friendly; he later realized that he was being serious when he said that his training methods were harsh, as they were like torture. According to Prussia, America swims very quickly, like a shark, making it impossible for him to win. Russia In one of the first meetings of the Allied Forces, America tells everyone that their roles in the upcoming battles are to be his support.
When Russia asks what America himself will be doing, America replies, "I'll be the hero, of course! Russia replied that it will be extremely hard to make, but does it anyway. When the package came, Russia had attached a note on the package saying, "I hope it fits," with it being labeled size "Extra-small". In one strip, when an economic crisis hit Lithuania's house, he went to America's house to work as a housekeeper in order to gain money.
Russia visited America to check on Lithuania and explained to America to treat him well, and then made a threatening expression and said, "he is my ex, after all. During one of America's birthday parties, Russia gave America extra-small condoms as a joke a reference to when America had tried to destroy the Russian will to fight during WWII and a ticket to Siberia with no return ticket, in which America responds that he'll make sure to blow his nose with it if he has a cold.
While Russia 'laughs', a tense and scary aura emanates from both of them. When Estonia's blog was hacked, he immediately suspected Russia, as a cute picture of Russia, along with pro-Russian graphics, had been placed all over. America offered to help Estonia catch the real culprit, but it turned out to be a citizen of Estonia instead.
Appearances America in the anime Anime America makes his first appearance at the beginning of Episode 01 where he announces his plan to stop global warming. His childhood is spotlighted numerous times in the anime, including Episode 25 and Episode 39 and Episode 40which tells of how France and England battled each other over his ownership.
In a minor difference from the manga design, the '50' was left off of America's jacket in the anime adaptation. The Beautiful World, America's hair had a lighter shade. In some fanart, he is portrayed with a rabbit, as "U. The child version of America was also shown to have a bunny following him, when he first met the older nations. An early America as seen in vol 3. According to Himaruya, America's personality was based off of his teacher's.
The same teacher is said to have a strong disinterest in world geography. Meanwhile, America's appearance is based off of that of a Canadian that Himaruya met when he went to America. Notes in the special edition booklet for Hetalia: Axis Powers volume 3 revealed that America was originally intended to be smarter and more cheeky, but evolved into a "Go for it! Himaruya noted that in retrospect, the original character personality would have been harder to use.
It is a source of debate among fans as to whether it is America or Canada that is the older of the two brothers with Hidekaz Himaruya having not confirmed a set age difference between the two. A common fanon assumption is that the two are twins, due to their similarities and the fact that Canada is easily mistaken for America due to having the same facethough the two do not share the same day of birth. Supporters of the twin theory point out the nations' birthdays merely refer to their date of independence or unification, and that a "nation" may not have an official birthday in the same sense as humans.
The number '50' on his jacket, representing the 50 states, is historically incorrect. Hawaii became a state on August 21, and Alaska became a state on January 3,both after the end of World War II, the time in which the story primarily takes place. This is most likely the reason the '50' is not present in the anime adaption.
When asked by a fan what the "F" stood for in America's human name, Himaruya mentioned that he originally was thinking of the name Foster, but played around with the idea of Franklin or Fuck as well, leaving it open ended. An off screen voice refers to him by his human name of Alfred.