Hetalia Musical Cast Cosplay Unveiled


A musical of the wildly popular if quite rotten country anthropomorphization anime Hetalia has emerged, as well as a surplus of images revealing the costumes of its many actors and garnering some rather positive acclaim due to the level of detail present, a happily common theme amongst live action adaptations of late.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 12, 2015 03:20

    Hetalia is all about the gays.... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 7, 2015 21:34

    That's Takarazuka. The new wave of anime-based adaptation is all cast with men to attract the fujoshis (although I'm still pretty sure Takarazuka is more popular with women too, but that's theater for you.)... More

New Season of Hetalia Announced


A brand new season of country anthropomorphisation comedy Hetalia has been announced in the form of “Hetalia: The World Twinkle”, sure to enrapture fans the world over – and likely inspire its legion of fujoshi fans to further devotion.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 4, 2014 22:14

    because samesex couples existing in media is exactly the same as your creepy violent rape-porn??? dream on. Theres hardly any actual porn-yaoi ever produced, so I dont know why you think it has 'equal treatment' to... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 2, 2014 04:26

    It stings cause you know I'm right. Fuck this yaoi crap. If it's getting equal treatment with normal shows - then why can't my Hentai stuff get the same love without the stigma? Oh right-... More

Top 10 BL Anime


Legions of fujoshi have lent their aid in determining the best BL anime of the year, although their obsession with Free! and Shingeki no Kyojin may owe as much to the volume of rotten doujin content spawned as it does actual BL action.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 8, 2014 07:16

    Are you really that fucking stupid? This is a list of shows that fujoshits consider BL.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 8, 2014 07:12

    Go cry to your shota pillow.... More


Anime fans have selected their most anticipated upcoming anime of the 2013 winter season, quite possibly ready once again to have their hopes dashed hard.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 11, 2012 01:53

    Lol, ManGirl can be misunderstood. Good thing it's not what it actually means...... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 10, 2012 00:12

    why's everyone downvoting this? Lain was great! Well, I guess he insulted your moeblobs. Though some of those above aren't really...!... More

Comiket 80 = “Touhou vs Fujoshi”


Comiket 80 is not far off, and with the participating circle numbers and types duly tallied up, observers have noted the event is now all but monopolised by Touhou fans and fujoshi…

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  • Anonymous commented on May 4, 2012 02:47

    Lol exactly, Day 1 and 2 are all rounders, day 3 is 99% Hentai.... More

  • Anonymous commented on February 17, 2012 06:30

    Who you're lying to? Fujoshi comes last u prick.... More


Anime fans asked which anime they have trouble understanding the popularity of seem mystified by the huge popularity enjoyed by several recent blockbusters.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 23, 2015 06:01

    ano hana too? i heard many positive comments on it from ppl... More

  • stealthMomo commented on April 5, 2015 19:58

    Nooo. I think it's pretty obvious that Madoka just went over your head. Often, people who can't comprehend something will find that thing "stupid". Nothing to be embarrassed about. I'm sure you are simply young... More

Korean Rage over Anti-Korean Anime “Unko-san”


The latest Japanese object of Korean fascination and outrage is excrement themed anime “Unko-san.”

Koreans allege that a character named “Kim Ben” (“Ben” is a pun on the Japanese character for excrement), who loves kimchee, has narrow eyes and is “easily angered,” is in fact an attempt to liken Koreans to nightsoil. He is visible in the top right of the above illustration.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 13, 2013 12:03

    An intriguing discussion is worth comment. I think which you need to write far more on this subject, it may well not be a taboo topic but usually men and women aren't sufficient to speak... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 27, 2011 00:24

    똥이어디로갔을까, if I'm not wrong: 똥= Ttong= shit 이/가= subject-suffix, Ttong is the subject here 어디로= eodiro= where/where to 갔을까=kasseulkka= an indirect question (shown by the suffix 까) of the verb kada(가다= to go) translated it would be... More


This pair of MADs featuring Korea’s favorite anime Hetalia are both sitting high on Nico’s Anime Rankings – the first being a fully hand-drawn piece set to Baccano!’s OP theme, and the other a parody of Juuden-chan‘s catchy ED.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 15, 2010 05:11

    "Korea's favourite anime" <-- roflmao... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 20, 2009 06:47

    But remember, Finland is not exactly thrilled about that.... More

Korean Death Threats Made Against Hetalia Author


The Korean furore over supposedly racist WWII parody anime Hetalia, which resulted in a partially successful campaign to force the anime off the air in Japan, did not stop at threats of cyber-terrorism; it appears even death threats have been issued against the author, 日丸屋 秀和 / Hirumaya Hidekazu.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 6, 2013 17:28

    Koreans… you meant Northern or Southern?... More

  • traumatizer commented on October 20, 2010 13:35

    Thank you. For fucking sakes man. I think ur like the only one who fucking knows history.... More

Koreans Threaten Cyber-Terrorism to Stop All Hetalia


Not satisfied with forcing a cancellation of the main TV broadcast of WWII parody anime Axis Powers Hetalia in Japan, or rather, perhaps emboldened by the ease with which the station was overcome, Koreans have redoubled their efforts and are taking action to see the rest of the online broadcasts, DVD sales, and presumably manga, cancelled.

A new petition (below) has already gathered 5,000 signatures, and extremists are advocating attacking Japanese websites connected with the anime to force a cessation of its distribution. The previous petition with more signatures led in part to the cancellation of the TV broadcast…

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  • Anonymous commented on June 6, 2012 11:05

    Ja. It's an anime, both sides should really calm down.... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 13, 2010 12:45

    Um... They have Turkey and Egypt... More

Koreans Force Cancellation of “Criminal” Hetalia


In an outrageous attack on freedom of speech, nationalistic Korean protests have forced the upcoming satirical WWII anime Hetalia Axis Powers off the air entirely; the issue was even taken up in the National Assembly, where the anime was denounced as being “equivalent to criminal conduct”, such was the hysteria against any possible affront to Korea’s dubious claims over Dokdo/Takeshima.

Craven broadcaster Kids Station apparently felt they had no option but to cave in to the Korean claims of “discrimination”, despite the anime apparently not even including the elements which upset the hypersensitive nationalists.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 4, 2015 05:06

    This is the right website for anybody who hopes to understand this topic. You know so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I really will need to…HaHa). You certainly put a... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 3, 2011 04:13

    Firstly you are a whore.Secondy,i hope Himaruya portrays Romania in the anime as a great nation that it is.Our culture is unique and diverse,in the WWII we were forced to join the Axis and then... More

Koreans Demand Anime Cancellation Over Breast Touching


Furious Koreans have begun an effort to force the Japanese broadcaster of WWII parody anime Axis Powers Hetalia to cancel the series, based on angry accusations that its political satire dares to impugn the mighty nation of Korea.

However, the broadcaster points out that the “Korea” character doesn’t actually appear in the TV version at all…

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  • Anonymous commented on October 21, 2011 21:52

    Shuddap niggeeer... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 21, 2011 11:27

    I know. But misery loves company.... More

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