Hetalia New Anime
Photo Credit: Studio Deen

Hetalia: Axis Powers is one of the most famous comedy anime series with a huge fan-base that have always shared their love and support.

The series started as a webcomic and then it got adapted into manga and anime and all the adaptations managed to receive a great amount of attention worldwide as the story was really refreshing, the characters were decently designed and has had many more qualities.

The anime has not been with us quiet awhile, but, if a recent report is correct, well, it appears as though Hetalia is prepared to dispatch a comeback on 2021.

The new report surfaced on Japan after some supposed leaks approached from a forthcoming magazine. An alleged spread entered the social media that shows three heroes from Hetalia with a teaser above them about a spic and span venture set for 2021. As of now, no official word has been given on another anime or manga run, so you can perceive any reason why fans are blowing a gasket.

You can check out the fans’ reaction below:

https://twitter.com/sharysworld/status/1319271564169211905
https://twitter.com/CrossAnges/status/1319256504931762176

Hetalia: Axis Powers is a Japanese webcomic, later adjusted as a manga and an anime arrangement, by Hidekaz Himaruya. The arrangement’s first introduction is as a regularly over-the-top moral story of political and notable functions just as more broad social examinations. Characters are representations of nations, locales, for example, Hong Kong and micronations with little reference to other public exemplifications. Both positive and pessimistic social generalizations structure part of each’s character.

Hidekaz Himaruya initially made Hetalia as a webcomic, thus far six tankōbon have been distributed by Gentosha Comics, the first on March 28, 2008, the second on December 10, 2008, the third on May 20, 2010, the fourth on June 30, 2011, and the fifth on July 31, 2012. English interpretations of the initial two volumes have been distributed by Tokyopop in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. Both printed volumes distributed so far have topped The New York Times manga smash hit list. As of May 2012 the English-language rendition of the manga was distributed by Tokyopop by means of Right Stuf Inc. The arrangement was later adjusted into show CDs, and an anime arrangement made by Studio Deen has likewise started streaming on the web. As of January 8, 2010, the anime arrangement’s global conveyance is being taken care of by Funimation.