Hetalia: Axis Powers, Vol. 3 (Hetalia: Axis Powers, #3)
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Hetalia: Axis Powers, Vol. 3 (ヘタリア Axis Powers #3)

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In this third collection of the popular 'Hetalia' comic, England fondly remembers America's childhood, Iceland and Norway are reunited, Japan goes on a diet and Italy is in the way - again!
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 26th 2012 by TokyoPop (first published 2010)
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Crystal
(head to desk) I have finished. I went to a Japanese market and bought the Japanese version (with full color!), but one minor error was that I can't read Japanese. Good think for online, English-translated webcomics though :D
I'm a major otaku, as well as a bit of a fangirl (keywords, a bit), and this was a great volume to read. This volume corresponds to seasons 3 and 4, the last seasons of Hetalia (or so they thought...). To any Hetalia fangirl, get this. It costed me 1000 yen, but it was a goo...more
Sage
Hey can I prove that I read this by saying
"WHERE IS HIMAPAPA?!"
"well... I guess. Merry Christmas ;_;"
"APRIL FOOOOOOOOLS WHY NO WHERE ARE YOUUUUU"
"did he dieeee"
"IT'S TOMORROOOOOW"
"wow...that must be...hard" (in response to homestucks)
yeah saying any of those prove that i am obsessed. and that I miss Himaruya.
Doriane
YAY. :D I am so happy I read it. It was amazing!!!! I spent all morning reading this book. I started reading just when mailwoman brought me my mail and I unpacked this book, I started to read it like a mad and I couldn't even go to eat, because it was so interesting. I just loved in this volume was so much told about Middle Ages and Lithuania finally showed as brave warrior. That's the spirit of us Lithuanians! We are brave and fearless, we fight and fight to be free and strong. And it was so mu...more
Sophia
Hetalia is so~ hilariousXD It combines historical fiction with not so realistic ways and stereo typical people for each country...
Henry Acosta
The characters are qt's
I want to hug them and love them all forever.
Mariabraginsakya
I think that`s great
Lauren
Cute but I'm lost!
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Hidekaz Himaruya (日丸屋 秀和 Himaruya Hidekaz, born May 8th, 1985, in Koriyama, Fukushima) is the creator of the series Hetalia: Axis Powers (originally titled Axis Powers Hetalia in the webcomic run). He is sometimes affectionately called Papa Hima, by Hetalia fans.
Himaruya started the original Hetalia webcomic while he was attending Parsons School Of Design in New York City and continues the series...more
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