It adapts the entirety of the Gakuen Hetalia: Go Forth! Newspaper Club!! chapter from Hetalia: Axis Powers Volume 4. In addition, it also adapts. There is soon to be a seventh volume of the Hetalia manga books, although their article actually referred to a new series by Himaruya, Chibisan Date. Tokyopop and Right Stuf are teaming up to release Hetalia Volumes 4 and 5 in Winter . A single-player video game based on the anime titled Gakuen Hetalia. To this date, Himaruya has yet to reveal which former French colony she represents. In Gakuen Hetalia and some merchandise, he is instead referred to as "England". Season 4 marked the debut of Denmark and Norway, voiced by Hiroshi.
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As England becomes baffled at the entire scene, the demo cuts off. Omake In a post-credits scene, Spain and Italy talk to the audience about the demo.
Spain wonders why his name and flag aren't listed to introduce him with, but Italy says that his flag is too difficult and snaps that it isn't "cruel", for Germany didn't even get to show up. Italy explains that the demo was made to celebrate 6 million hits on Kitayume , but that the hit count climbed to 7 million by the time it was finished, and that it was climbing to 8 million by the time this omake was made.
Italy wonders if Himaruya will be okay, for authors have their troubles too. Spain tells Italy not to complain, and that if they leave it to the author, he can try a little harder. He thanks the audience for playing the demo of the game, and Italy expresses hope that they'll meet again. Meanwhile, America wonders when it will be his turn to speak. Japan states that there is no such turn for him, while America wonders if he's really serious. As it appears the original Gakuen Hetalia project was scrapped in favor of commercial release, these may be considered apocryphal.
Part 7 France notes that Seychelles has been claimed by both him and England, but asks her what she wants to do. Seychelles becomes annoyed at France for speaking of her as if she were an object. England then states that unless Seychelles becomes strong in the school, he himself is free to do whatever he wants with her.
Seychelles is infuriated and threatens to punch England, France offering to assist her in doing so. England then becomes reminded of something, as he realizes that France is trying to assist his colony in becoming independent. France tells England that it's his fault for being too strict with them which causes them to run away , and it's why America became independent. England threatens to start The Hundred Years War over again, and a fight breaks out between the two.
Seychelles watches, thinking that she could easily get away, yet wondering if it'd be better if she stayed. The player has three options: Curse England Seychelles decides that she'll curse England to death, and prepares to inflict a spell on him. When England and France ask what she is doing, she informs them that she's a "professional" at placing curses. England however, finds the threat of a curse "cool", as he happens to be an occult nerd.
He asks Seychelles if she can show him how to cast the spell afterwards, though Seychelles is disturbed at how he isn't frightened by her threat. France and Seychelles both become intimidated by England, who yells at them to go away. In the corridor, Seychelles muses over how France and England don't get along, and how she has never met so many people.
She continues to wonder about England and his unusual reaction to the idea of being cursed, and finds it "suspicious" that he's even a country. Ask France Seychelles asks France if he can tell her about the school, though France decides that he'll carry her off to "show her around".
Seychelles becomes embarrassed by this and states that she's no longer a child. She pleads for France to let her down, only for France to get a "nice view" as she sits down. Seychelles attacks France, injuring his Alsace in the process. France remarks on how "cute" Seychelles is, as England says that he sounds old even after he's been beaten.
France insists that it's love, though Seychelles disagrees. England tells Seychelles that he'll have a word with France, though France reminds Seychelles of how she used to pester him to carry her around as a kid.
Seychelles insists it was in the past, while England calls him a pervert. France says that it's only an expression of love that the two can't understand, but England says that he's too loose with his lower half and that he won't allow it in a school with morals. France says that he only does those things to the people he loves, so it doesn't count as sexual harassment.
He adds that England can't understand as he's never been loved, which causes a fight to break out between the two as England threatens to burn down Versailles.
In the corridor, Seychelles reminisces over how France used to carry her and becomes embarrassed by the memory. Manga Research Club Seychelles leaves the student council room, as England and France continue to fight. She finds a storage room, but becomes frightened by the sudden appearance of Germany, who orders her to sit down after she explains that Italy and Japan told her to come there.
Seychelles has an awkward, limited conversation with Germany, as she feels intimidated by his very presence. The silence is broken when Italy and Japan arrive, which causes Seychelles to become tearful and happy. Italy explains that Germany isn't used to dealing with girls, and Japan tells her not to mind him. Germany orders an explanation from Italy, who tells him that they invited Seychelles to join their club.
Italy explains that the club is for reading manga and watching anime, and Japan adds that they do research on manga and try to draw their own. Japan reveals that he is the one who organized the club, though it is the others who are enthusiastic about it.
Italy adds that they want their club to be a full-fledged one, but that England won't give them a definite answer. Germany agrees with Seychelles on England being stubborn, which causes Seychelles to be reminded of the student council room and the possible punishment that England will inflict upon her for leaving she imagines him ordering her to clean all the mens' toilets and the library.
Seychelles excuses herself and prepares to leave, but Italy offers her his favorite manga to read, though Germany and Japan question his taste. Italy gives Seychelles 25 volumes of the manga, causing her to become weighed down by the stack. She bids farewell to the boys, and staggers back down the hallway with all the volumes of the manga. Seychelles wonders about the dorms in the school, as well as what the manga will be like.
Part 8 Seychelles bumps into America in the hallway, who asks her if she's seen England and demonstrates that he has very thick eyebrows and happens to be short. She tells him that England is busy in the council room. America then realizes that he's never seen Seychelles before, and asks her if she was a country "born recently". Seychelles answers that she's lived for quite a long time, but only recently got a name and that it's her first day at the school. America is in disbelief that nobody else had ever heard of Seychelles, and wonders if she has a strange culture he never knew of.
He introduces himself to the worried Seychelles and states that his hobbies are archeology and studying the cultures of other countries. He asks her to teach him about her culture, though Seychelles tells him that her islands are mostly forests and sea and that she doesn't have many myths.
America however, is intrigued by the idea of myths. Seychelles muses to herself about how her myths are rather obscene such as a palm tree that resembles a woman's genitalia. America pulls out a map, and asks Seychelles how far away she would be from New York.
Seychelles realizes that the "world map" is only a map of the United States, while America is confused as he believes the map to truly be one of the world. Seychelles becomes annoyed and states that she's tired of being the sane one, though America wants to be friends with her, as he is intrigued by her being a solitary island with myths, and her "stylish necklace" her collar.
Seychelles explains that England gave her it, and America responds that it's best if she doesn't make England mad. America then spots England leaving the student council room, and decides to ask him about Seychelles. America and England then have a bit of an argument, as England reminds America of how he broke away to become independent.
America replies that it's in the past, and adds that England always talks of the past. France only laughs at the situation, much to England's annoyance. Seychelles watches the three from afar, and wonders if it's time for her to go to her dorm. If the player selected the "Manga Research Club" choice, Seychelles simply comments on the large amount of baggage she has.
Part 9 Seychelles wanders the halls in search of her dorm, wondering how to go about finding it. She considers asking someone, but fears that someone else will try to make her a colony. She spots Russia and decides to ask him, as he looks harmless. Seychelles asks Russia where the dorm is, but instantly becomes disturbed and feels the atmosphere tensing. Though Russia smiles, she can't help but feel like she asked the wrong person as she tries to repeat her question but stammers.
Russia then repeats her question of where the dorm is. Seychelles apologizes and tells him it's okay, but Russia then asks Lithuania where the dorm room is. Lithuania explains that he's in the school for a short-term period and that explaining it is difficult. He trails off, and Seychelles wonders why they're staring at her. Austria wanders the hallway with a megaphone, calling out Seychelles' name as Russia wonders if he's looking for her. Seychelles becomes somewhat embarrassed, though Russia explains that Austria's on the staff and can take her there.
She thinks to herself of how she's become relieved at the idea of getting away from Russia more than the idea of getting to the dorm. Russia asks Seychelles if he carried out his duty, and she agrees. But as she tries to leave, Russia grabs her by the collar and tells her that she happens to be the colony of a country he hates very much.
Michael Tatum in English. He has wavy silver hair, purple eyes, a large nose, wears a thick winter coat and a silk scarf. Russia has a seemingly kind demeanor, but has suffered mental trauma following the strain of his bloody history, and as a result he has the innocence and cruelty of a child; sometimes he casts an aura of pure evil around him whenever such malicious thoughts enter his mind.
He often terrifies the other countries without even trying, especially when he was the Soviet Union. He would abuse the Baltics and still stalks them in the modern day, especially Lithuania. Occasionally, he stalks China, while in a panda costume; and he holds a subtle rivalry with the Western nations, especially America. His primary target of resentment is General Winter , because despite using the cold to his advantage in war, he is also attacked by him every year.
Russia has also been known to want Lithuania and other countries to become one with him. Russia also has two sisters: He becomes gloomy and depressed when either of them are on his mind because Ukraine left him to try to make friends in the EU and Belarus, is obsessed with the idea of forcing him to marry her.
She seems to be the only other country which Russia fears. Russia happily promises that eventually " all will become one with Russia ". He dreams of living in a warm place surrounded by sunflowers, and vodka is his fuel. He says " kolkolkol " to threaten his subordinates when he is angered.
Russia is often seen carrying a metal faucet pipe. He claims he is the big brother of Japan and often depicted with a panda. His boss was introduced as a green Chinese dragon with an intimidating appearance. During the fight between the Axis and Allies, he fights Germany and Japan with a wok and ladle , which became his weapon of choice which also serves as a stereotype that China serves good food.
He is a big fan of Hello Kitty and tends to end his sentences with the suffix -aru, a Japanese stereotype of how Chinese people speak see Kyowa-go. However, he replaces the customary -aru with the suffix -ahen, which means opium , when speaking to England, as a reference to the Opium Wars. He is a bit disturbed by and distrustful of Russia, reflecting Tsarist Russia invaded China and occupied Vladivostok before. Since it's a comic mainly talking about stories until WW2, it doesn't matter with the Russia-China Alliance after all.
Manga[ edit ] The original Hetalia: There is soon to be a seventh volume of the Hetalia manga books, although this seventh book will be the first volume of Hetalia: Estonia says that among the students he is known as the "Singing Revolution", impressing Japan. However, the biggest characteristic of the club is that they were targeted by the Soviet Club.
Russia, peeking out from behind a corner, explains that the Soviet Club had collapsed, and Germany tells him to go home. America arrives, bowling over Russia, and tells the Newspaper Club that they had to interview his Hero Club as well.
Russia's scarf, possibly channeling Russia's anger, attacks America and binds him. Italy and Japan stare in fright while Germany leaves. Mochi Japan In the first transition screen, a short tempo plays as Mochi Japan remains still onscreen, saying "sou desu ne".
Gakuen Hetalia: Go Forth! Newspaper Club!! Second Half :
Although Japan and Italy are amazed, Sweden choke-holds Denmark, stating that he was lying, and Germany replies, "Yes Seychelles quickly realizes that France is getting a little TOO close to her, while France explains that it's only the distance to convey love "French-style". Seychelles becomes annoyed and states that she's tired of being the sane one, though America wants to be friends with her, as he is intrigued by her being a solitary island with myths, and her "stylish necklace" her collar.
Gakuen Hetalia: Go Forth! Newspaper Club!! First Half