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Hetalia World Stars manga will be adapted to anime

A leak confirmed that the spin-off manga written and illustrated by Hidekaz Himaruya, Hetalia World Stars, will have an anime adaptation with its premiere scheduled for the spring 2021 season.

Hetalia World Stars

The statement also revealed that the manga is scheduled to resume serialization on Shueisha publisher’s Shonen Jump Plus application, where it has been published since September 2014.

On the other hand, the main series is titled Hetalia Axis Powers, and was published in the Gentosha publisher’s Comic Birz magazine between 2006 and 2013 with a total of six compilation volumes. Since then, a great variety of animated adaptations have emerged, mainly in the format of series of shorts, made mostly by Studio Deen.

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Cast of voices

Noriaki Sugiyama as United Kingdom.
Daisuke Namikawa as North Italy.
Yasuhiro Takato as Russia.
Katsuyuki Konishi as America.
Hiroki Yasumoto as Germany.
Hiroki Takahashi as Japan.
Masaya Onosaka as France.
Yuki Onosaka as China.
Atsushi Kousaka as Prussia.
Daisuke Namikawa as South Italy.

Hetalia Axis Powers Synopsis

Think of it like WWII, except that every country is a very handsome and handsome boy. A hilariously stereotypical handsome boy. America loves hamburgers, Russia likes vodka, and China has pandas and a wok. However, this work focuses mainly on Italy, who has a very bipolar character. The “Hetalia” part of the name is probably then mocking Italy, since “Hetare” means useless.

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