Funimation licenses film, seasons 3 and 4: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2010-07-30/funimation-adds-hetalia-world-series-strike-witches-2
Starting in August, Funimation will begin simulcasting Hetalia episodes. Meaning we'll be getting a subbed episode about an hour after it is released in Japan! W00t!
Messed up on title; it's not season 2^^
Also, not the hour thing is more a rough estimate. In my experience, it's usually an hour or two after the official release, so that's what I'm expecting. In any case, we'll be getting it a lot faster than before.Read more >
It's been confirmed. Also, Norway and Denmark (voiced by Masami Iwasaki and Hiroshi Shimozaki respectively) will appear. The season will begin airing in September.
Funimation has licensed the Hetalia film and third season:
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So, in order to allow more people to express their opinion on this subject and so we can avoid a disjointed off-topic conversation on other blogs, I made this one =)
Rundown: With the release of Hetalia in both printed and animated format in North America (which can be imported into other countries as well, mind you), this Wiki will probably be receiving more traffic. We should all strive to look out for vandalism and improve current articles to the best of our ability! (/encouragement speech) And so, we should probably make some fixes to keep with the current times. Human names are no longer in use—they haven’t been since 2008. The anime, manga, merchandise, licensors, and Himaruya only use country names, and all new characters have not bee…
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