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Хеталия: Страны Оси — аниме-адаптация манги Хидеказ Химаруя, премьера которого состоялась на Animate.TV 24 января 2009. Режиссер: Боб Сирохата. Серия планируется запустить в течение 76 эпизодов. Он оживляется Studio Deen . В июле 2010 года, серия сделал свой ​​телевизионный дебют в Японии BS11, проветривание в 23:30.

Большая часть сюжетной линии проходит между двумя мировыми войнами, однако есть сегменты, которые происходят в более ранние времена и в наши дни. Аниме адаптировано из опубликованной версии манги, а не оригинального веб-комикса, поэтому ранние события, такие как формирование держав оси, были сжаты, хотя некоторые сюжетные линии из обеих версий истории были урезаны или полностью исключены.

Хотя первоначально планировалось 26 эпизодов, 15 апреля 2009 года было объявлено о том, что в серию добавили 26 эпизодов, в результате чего количество эпизодов достигло 52.The second season of Hetalia began airing on Animate.TV's mobile phone service on July 24, 2009, with its webcast following three days later. Третий сезон был анонсирован 10 декабря 2009 года, но позже был переименован на - «Hetalia: World Series». Премьера состоялась в марте 2010 года.

FUNimation Entertainment изначально отказалась от лицензии на аниме в начале 2009 года , the title "Hetalia: Axis Powers" later appeared on a poll of possible titles on their blog. 8 января 2010 года FUNimation объявили, что они лицензировали первые два сезона сериала. 

Characters

Персонажи, которые появились или аниме:

Страны Оси

Союзные Силы

Другие

Эпизоды

 

Blue Glass Arrow Основные статьи: [[|]], Список серий аниме «Хеталия»

Both of the first two seasons span 26 episodes, with the first mostly adapting from Hetalia: Axis Powers volume 1, though some arcs and strips are sequenced out of order from their original placement. A few "Extra Stories" from the webcomic were also adapted into segments, as well as minor portions of chapters 2 and 3 from the webcomic's main storyline. The third season (treated as a new series by DEEN) marked a change in both the tite and episode count, with it consisting of 24 episodes.

Большинство эпизодов не имели названий при трансляции, если только они не были показаны в следующем предваротельном просмотре эпизода , как это было с пятым и семнадцатым эпизодами первого сезона.

Аниме отличается тем, что его эпизоды крайне короткие, и каждый из  продолжительностью около 5 минут.

Персонал

  • Original Creator: Hidekaz Himaruya
  • Director, Storyboarding: Bob Shirohata
  • Storyboard Direction: Yoshinari Suzuki
  • Producers: Mika Nomura, Akihiko Okada
  • Planning: Takeshi Oikawa, Atsushi Iwasaki, Kimie Takahashi, Masaki Yasuda
  • Animation Producer: Keiichi Matsuda
  • Animation Production: Studio DEEN
  • Character Design, Chief Animation Director: Masaaki Kannan
  • Art Director: Maho Takahashi
  • Backgrounds: Studio Tulip
  • Color Settings: Takeshi Mochida
  • Photography Director: Akira Shimozaki
  • Editing: Masuhiro Matsumura
  • Series Composition, Sound Director: Takuya Hiramitsu
  • Music Production: Frontier Works
  • Music Producer: Akira Yoshikawa
  • Additional Music: Conisch
  • Sound Production: Satoshi Hirata, Hiroshi Nishijima, DAX International
  • Sound Effects: Suwara Production
  • Ending Animation: Shiitake Digital
  • Theme Songs Lyrics/Music: SAKI
  • Theme Song Performance: Daisuke Namikawa (Marukaite Chikyuu and Hatafutte Parade)
  • Distribution: Media Factory
  • Series Production by: The Hetalia Production Committee

Staff (FUNimation)

Атеры озвучки(Японский)

  • Narration and English Vocals ("America's Cleaning Of The Storage" previews, "German Simulator" dialogue): Jun'ichi Kanemaru

Атеры озвучки (Английский)

Note: As the voice actors are not listed in the credits of the dubbed versions, this information was taken from official pre-release announcements by FUNimation.

Саундрек

С первым сезоном аниме-сериала вышло восемь компакт-дисков с изображениями, каждый из которых был для персонажов Чтран Оси или Союзных Сил. Каждый компакт-диск содержал две песни и диск мини-драмой. Полная версия Marukaite Chikyuu (английское название: The Rotating Earth) был выпущен 25 марта 2009 года. Сингл второй темы, Hatafutte Parade (Wave a Flag and Parade) был выпущен на 23 июня 2010 года.

An additional character song, entitled Ren・Ren・Renaissance♪, was released with a guide to the character songs. It is sung by Hozumi Gōda and Aki Kanada (as Grandpa Rome and Chibitalia).

Interval Drama CD

Shortly after the announcement of season 2, the character CDs for UK through China were pushed back, in part due to an "interval" character drama CD being announced for the series:

Hetalia: Sound World

Main article: Hetalia: Sound World

Another soundtrack was announced for release in November, as a limited-edition holiday CD. It contains 27 tracks, including a cover of Santa Claus Is Coming To Town by the Axis Powers.

DVD Releases

В своем первоначальном японском выпуске первый сезон был собран в четыре тома DVD, которые были доступны как в стандартных, так и в лимитированных выпусках. Каждый делюкс-релиз содержал бонусный CD с двумя альтернативными версиями Marukaite Chikyuu:

  • Volume 1: Released April 24, 2009, collecting episodes 1-7. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (Germany version and re-arranged Piccolina techno remix) by Hiroki Yasumoto and Daisuke Namikawa.
  • Volume 2: Released May 22, 2009, collecting episodes 8-13. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (Japan and UK versions) by Hiroki Takahashi and Noriaki Sugiyama.
  • Volume 3: Released July 24, 2009, collecting episodes 14-19. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (France and America versions) by Masaya Onosaka and Katsuyuki Konishi.
  • Volume 4: Released September 25, 2009, collecting episodes 20-26. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (Russia and China versions) by Yasuhiro Takato and Yuki Kaida.

Shortly after the announcement of season 2, four more DVD volumes were solicited and released:

  • Volume 5: Released October 23, 2009, collecting episodes 27-33. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (Holy Roman Empire and Chibitalia versions) by Jun Konno and Aki Kanada.
  • Volume 6: Released December 22, 2009, collecting episodes 34-39. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (Switzerland and Liechtenstein versions) by Romi Park and Rie Kugimiya.
  • Volume 7: Released February 25, 2010, collecting episodes 40-45. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (Poland and Lithuania versions) by Kazutada Tanaka and Ken Takeuchi.
  • Volume 8: Released March 25, 2010, collecting episodes 46-52. Bonus CD contains "Marukaite Chikyuu" (Austria and Prussia versions) by Akira Sasanuma and Atsushi Kousaka.

Hetalia: Axis Powers Fan Disk

A special DVD, Hetalia: Axis Powers Fan Disk, was released on May 25, 2010. It contains full-length compilation versions of Chibitalia and America's Cleaning Of The Storage, plus an unaired episode (Episode 53.5: The Diary of The Awesome Me (part 2) with Prussia) and a music video collection. The DVD also contains teaser footage for the theatrical film, Hetalia Axis Powers: Paint It White.

A bonus CD included with the special Animate edition contains another version of "Marukaite Chikyuu", sung by Go Inoue (Spain).

Hetalia: World Series DVD Releases

With the rebranding of the third season of the anime, the first four DVD volumes were solicited under the World Series label. Each deluxe release also contained a bonus CD, with two different versions of the second ending theme, Hatafutte Parade:

  • Volume 1: Released June 25, 2010, collecting episodes 1-6. Bonus CD contains "Hatafutte Parade" (South Italy and Germany versions) by Daisuke Namikawa and Hiroki Yasumoto.
  • Volume 2: Released August 25, 2010, collecting episodes 7-12. Bonus CD contains "Hatafutte Parade" (Japan and UK versions) by Hiroki Takahashi and Noriaki Sugiyama.
  • Volume 3: Released October 22, 2010, collecting episodes 13-18. Bonus CD contains "Hatafutte Parade" (France and America versions) by Masaya Onosaka and Katsuyuki Konishi.
  • Volume 4: Released December 22, 2010, collecting episodes 19-24. Bonus CD contains "Hatafutte Parade" (Russia and China versions) by Yasuhiro Takato and Yuki Kaida.
  • Volume 5:
  • Volume 6:
  • Volume 7:
  • Volume 8:

FUNimation Boxsets

The English-language dub of the first two seasons of Hetalia was released in two boxsets:

  • Season 1: Released September 14, 2010, collecting episodes 1-26. The special edition contains a bandanna with the Axis Powers.
  • Season 2: Released October 12, 2010, collecting episodes 27-52. The special edition contains a bandanna with the Allied Forces.

Hetalia: Axis Powers - The Complete Series

Released March 6, 2012 in a 4 DVD Box set, total runtime is 270 minutes.

Special features include:

  • Episode 2 Commentary (Italy & Germany) “The Flower Apron”
  • Episode 9 Commentary (U.S.A. & Russia) “The Cold War”
  • Episode 12 Commentary (France & U.K.) “Nice Dover”
  • Episode 16 Commentary (Japan & China) “Far East Brothers”
  • Show Comments by Director Bob Shirahata, Part 1 -3
  • Director Bob Shirahata & Atsushi Kosaka (Prussia) Talk (JPN w/subtitles)
  • Atsushi Kosaka (Prussia) Commemorates the Announcement of the Hetalia Movie (JPN w/subtitles)
  • Director Bob Shirahata & Aki Kanada (Chibi Italy) Talk (JPN w/subtitles)
  • Director Bob Shirahata & Daisuke Namikawa (Italy) Talk (JPN w/subtitles
  • Audio Commentaries
  • Textless Songs
  • Trailers

Related Materials

Storyboard Guides have been released in conjunction with the anime, detailing the storyboard sketches that were used in production:

  • Hetalia Axis Powers: Storyboard Guide Vol.1 (Season 1, episodes 1-13)
  • Hetalia Axis Powers: Storyboard Guide Vol.2 (Season 1, episodes 14-26)
  • Hetalia Axis Powers: Storyboard Guide Vol.3 (Season 2, episodes 27-39)
  • Hetalia Axis Powers: Storyboard Guide Vol.4 (Season 2, episodes 40-52)

The third is notable for also containing storyboards to scenes that were scripted but unused in the second season of the anime, including one involving Sweden that would have been in Episode 33.

A guide to the first season of the anime, Hetalia Fanbook: World Wide Walking, was also released. It would be later followed by another official guide to the anime, released in April 2010.

A Character CD Guide also exists for the series, detailing the production stories behind the making of the character songs of the Axis and Allies.

Sheep-Counting CDs

Another wave of CD-related merchandise hit in 2010, though unrelated to the character CDs and soundtracks. Manufactured by Honeybee, the Hetalia x Goodnight with Sheep Series is a series of CDs designed to help people fall asleep by having the voice actors for the characters count off the numbers of sheep.

  • Hetalia x Goodnight with Sheep Vol. 1- Italy: Released August 27, 2010. Features Daisuke Namikawa (as North and South Italy).
  • Hetalia x Goodnight with Sheep Vol. 2- Germany & Prussia: Released August 27, 2010. Features Hiroki Yasumoto and Atsushi Kousaka (as Germany and Prussia).
  • Hetalia x Goodnight with Sheep Vol. 3- Hungary, Austria, Holy Roman Empire, and Italy: Released August 27, 2010. Features Akira Sasanuma, Michiko Neya, Jun Konno, and Aki Kanada (as Austria, Hungary, Holy Roman Empire, and Chibitalia).
  • Volume 4: Released September 24, 2010. Features Hiroki Takahashi and Yuki Kaida (as Japan and China).
  • Volume 5: Released September 24, 2010. Features Yasuhiro Takato, Urara Takano, and Yuki Masuda (as Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine).
  • Volume 6: Released September 24, 2010. Features Masaya Onosaka and Go Inoue (as France and Spain).
  • Volume 7: Released October 29, 2010. Features Romi Park and Rie Kugimiya (as Switzerland and Liechtenstein).
  • Volume 8: Released October 29, 2010. Features Katsuyuki Konishi and Noriaki Sugiyama (as America and England/UK)

Theatrical Film

Blue Glass Arrow Основная статья: Хеталия: Мир в Белом

A theatrical adaptation of the series was announced on September 24, 2009. The film remained shrouded in secrecy, though its full title was eventually revealed to be Hetalia - Axis Powers on the Silver Screen: Paint it, White. It was released on June 5, 2010. It marks the animated debut of Iceland.

A promotional single for the film was also released in conjunction with it, entitled Mein Gott. It is sung by Atsushi Kousaka, the voice actor for Prussia (who plays a minor part in the film, though used for advertisements and merchandise pertaining to it).

The original soundtrack to the film (Silver Screen Hetalia: Sound World) was released on June 9. It also includes the theme song for the film, sung by the voice actors of the Axis and Allies under the name World 8.

Споры

Первоначально аниме планировалось транслировать на Kids Station 24 января, но трансляция по телевидению была отменена из-за «различных обстоятельств». It is believed that the South Korean protests of the series (and reported death threats to the TV station) played a part in the cancellation. Протесты возникли, после онлайн-петиции запретить серию из-за жалоб на то, что Южный Корея был оскорбительным стереотипом. Правительство Южной Кореи приступило к объявлению серии «национальным преступлением» хотя Kids Station ответила, что в сериале нет Кореи. Раняя версия Кореи была показана в ранних рекламных изображениях для серии, предполагая, что в какой-то момент он был включен в серии. Южная Корея также был замечен в первом эндинге, среди других персонажей на земном шаре. Но позже был удален из эндинга.

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