Though conflicts and struggles continue throughout history, it’s always the little things in life that make it all the more memorable. Whether it’s Prussia complaining about his lack of screen time, Greece attempting to convince Japan to get angry, or trying to find a way to relieve England’s runny nose, the gaggle of gorgeous guys from around the globe will attempt to work their way through any troublesome situation the world throws at them.
The relationship between servant and master has always been strained, but it’s even worse when the staff has to put up with their employer’s eccentricities. From the fearsome Masamune Date with his fetish for eye patches to the super-moe Motochika who has his employees swooning over him like a fanclub, the lords are having the time of their lives, while their servants certainly have their work cut out for them. With the confused Shingen believing he’s fallen for his rival, Nobunaga agreeing to every bizarre battle tactic suggested to him, and Masamune more interested in accessorising his horse than discussing war, it seems that Feudal Japan is much livelier than the history books make out.
When the gothic-lolita Marika opened her eyes on the train one day, she found herself in a bizarre and whimsical town in an unknown world. Quickly meeting the famous scientist Galileo Galilei, Marika is introduced to science in a whole new way. The town, Galihabara, is home to a number of notable inventors and tinkerers including Newton, Edison, Marie Curie and even Leonardo da Vinci! However, these ordinary figures of history are anything but - from MCs to ramen shop owners, each scientist is definitely unique in their own way. Alongside her magical stuffed animal Pet, Marika and Galileo explore Galihabara, learning important lessons along the way!
The year is Future Century 60; much of mankind now lives in colonies surrounding the earth. After being ravaged by countless wars, every four years the dominance over the colonies is decided in a martial arts tournament called the Gundam Fight. This year marks the 13th tournament, and Gundam Fighters representing their colonies have begun to gather. Their purpose is to fight, and fight, until only one remains to claim the title "Gundam of Gundams." But Domon Kasshu, Neo Japan’s representative, has another secret mission; and should he fail, all of mankind may pay the price. Gundam Fight! Ready! Go!
Do you like the worlds countries projected in funny and interesting ways? Look no further than these 2 titles. G Gundam tries to take its self a little seriously and has mecha in it where Hetalia is pure parody and features chibi characters sometimes but both will make you laugh at how countries are represented. Check em out!
In the name of keeping global peace, politicians have come up with a new method of sorting out disputes: they meet in locations across the world and wager on a game of Mahjong. Koizumi is the former Prime Minister of Japan’s Cabinet who is not only a Mahjong master, but won't let anything stop him from attending a game – not even three bullets to the chest from hired hitmen! No matter what obstacles appear in his path, be they alien-controlled ministers, weapons of mass destruction hurtling towards Tokyo, or the resurrected form of Chairman Mao, Koizumi will play his best hand, down to the very last tile.
Hetalia: World Series is just like it's predecessor; wacky fun with countries. And it's like Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku with silliness and absurdity with cheeseball serious moments. Serious meaning comedic for as hard as they try, they can't keep a straight face. Check out the other if you want bursts of charm and comedy in a political/historical shell.
Yuuko, Mio and Mai are regular high school girls who lead a normal everyday life. However, with bizarre explosions causing random objects to rain down on their heads, lunch turning into an epic battle between girl and wiener, and students riding to school on goats, their lives are anything but ordinary. Meanwhile android Nano spends her days wishing she were a normal human, but keeping house for her creator, the playful and immature child genius Hakase, dealing with talking cat Sakamoto, and trying to keep a hold of her multitude of easily-detachable body parts, her dream is far from a reality...