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(Seven rings in hand speed through nights with feet in sand
Seven rings in hand, wonders all under command
Seven rings in hand wild with just one single hand
Seven rings in hand arrowed hearts catch fire now

Make-believes reborn
Myths in minds re-thought
Question all that's known
Legends blurred and torn)

Tohokari-Steel was sitting in his usual spot with an aviator jacket over his Kool-Aid shirt.

"Hi, I'm Tohokari-Steel and THIS is Outta the DVD, where movies face my judgement!" Steel greeted, cheerily, "If you're wondering why I'm wearing this jacket, it's because I'm giving tribute to an anime series that has taken the world by storm. Of course I am talking about Hetalia: Axis Powers!"

"Who would've thought that something based on World War II can be a light-hearted comedy series?" Steel asked, "Originally a webcomic-turned-manga, this anime takes a unique idea and really builds on it—make goofy satires of other countries by turning them into guys (and occasionally girls)."

"This WAS going to be a First Five episode, but considering that the series is an episodic series that's less than five minutes long, I decided to make it a tribute instead." Steel said, "Since it's mainly character-based, I'll be looking over the characters first. And where better to start off than the protagonists...sort of—the Axis Powers! Starting with Italy!"

(Italy: Yes, sir!)

"Italy, voiced by Todd Haberkorn, a bit of a pansy." Steel said, "But he is GLORIOUS in his pansiness. He's always getting in trouble, is always depending on someone else to bail him out, and is perfectly comfortable with it. Heck, the title itself should give it away! Hetalia basically means 'Helpless Italy'."

"Still, he's an enjoyable pansy. He's pathetic, but that's part of his charm." Steel said, "You ENJOY his loser attitude and just want it to continue."

(Italy feverishly waving white flag.)

"Next up on our list is Germany." Steel said.

(Germany: EVERYBODY SHUT UP! WE CALLED THIS CONFERENCE TO SOLVE THE WORLD'S PROBLEMS, NOT TO FIGHT ABOUT THE PROBLEMS OF OUR PAST!)

"Yeah." Steel stated, "Germany, voiced by Patrick Sietz, is a tough, tall, military-style guy with blonde hair and blue eyes (free cookies to the people who get that). He's one of my favorite characters because he has to CONSTANTLY put up with Italy's cowardice. Still, throughout the series, you can tell that he actually does value their friendship...sometimes in oddly suggestive fashions."

Steel's eyes darted from side-to-side before asking, "The person who made this IS a guy, isn't he?"

"By the way, Germany loves wurst and potatoes." Steel said. He lifted a potato before swallowing it whole. He waited a few seconds before saying, "I've got German blood in me."

"Moving on to the final member of the Axis Powers—Japan." Steel said.

(Japan: Preased to meet you.)

"In the English dub, Japan mainly goes by the English stereotype that means he uses the 'r' sound when he should be using the 'l' sound." Steel said, "Since he was isolated for a couple centuries, he's a bit of a recluse and defensive of his personal space. Also, out of the Axis Powers, he's the one who falls into the trope of 'Only Sane Man'...and it is used SO well. On one hand, you've got a push-over pasta lover. On the OTHER, you've got a somewhat fanatical soldier. It's fun to see how Japan reacts to his two allies."

(Italy: Hey, Japan! Wanna see my butt?)

(Japan: Not if you pay me mirrion dorrar.)

"Did he just-?" Xem asked.

"It makes more sense on context, trust me." Steel said.

"Alright, we've talked about the Axis, now onto the Allied Forces—Britain, America, Fance, Russia, and China." Steel continued, "First up, jolly ol' Britain, voiced by Scott Freeman. Who is he? No idea."

"Britain (or England, depending on whether you're a dub or sub person) is freakin' HILARIOUS." Steel said, "He's the irritable character, like Germany. Only he's not a fanatical soldier. He's basically what happens when Germany merges with Japan."

(static)

"BOY, that sounds dirty in this series." Kitten Hachi-Chan commented.

"Get lost." Steel ordered.

(static)

"Anyway, Britain's irritable, but at least has sanity...and big, bushy eyebrows." Steel continued, "He's also a terrible cook...who sees things from time to time."

(Britain: (looking depressed) It's terrible? You think my food is bland?)

(Italy: THE VERY WORST!)

"Up next..." Steel put on a button with the number 50 on it before grabbing an American flag, "America!"

(America: Okay, so I've like made this really sweet attack plan, which I call Attack Plan Alpha, like alpha dog! WOOF! I think it makes best use of our strengths in the best way possible—Britain goes in suicidal! It's your 'charge-of-the-light-bregade' routine. France gives up without a struggle. As for Russia, just keep sending us your cannon fodder. You'll draw the guns away...from me.)

(Russia: Hold on. Question: what are YOU going to be doing America?)

(America: Good question! I'll do what I always do best! And that means...I'M THE HERO!)

Steel pulled off his glasses and salutes.

"This guy, voiced by Eric Vale, is one of the liveliest characters in the series, mostly because, out of the Allies, he's the youngest." Steel said, "Still, he's hyperactive, high-spirited, and constantly munching on fast food. He's basically the exact opposite of Britain, which leads to a lot of hilarious moments. Though, in flashbacks, they can have some pretty touching moments as well."

"I KNOW I should be kinda insulted by some of the jokes they crack at Americans, but I keep in mind that this series makes fun of ALL countries including its native Japan." Steel continued, "It's cracking jokes, but all in good fun."

"Up next, the cheese-eating surrender monkey himself, France." Steel continued.

(With apologies to the French)

"France, voiced by J. Michael Tatum, is a long-haired pretty-boy." Steel said, "He's egotistical, flirtatious, and cowardly. He's convinced he's strong, when he's actually a coward. He considers himself a ladies' man, but he seems more gay at times."

"Wow, he finally came out and said that about a character." Saire said, patting Steel on the back as she passed.

"And France is HILARIOUS. He's the blowhard you love to see put back into his place." Steel concluded, "He spends so much time building himself up, which only makes it hilarious when he proves himself a coward. My favorite episode with him is when he goes into a flashback of when he was strong...which includes satires of Joan of Arc and Napoleon. Also, the line Britain had about Joan is something that I always remembered during the latest season of Deadliest Warrior...I COULDN'T keep a straight face because of it..."

(Britain: Hey, look everyone! France needs a girl to save him! What a loser!)

"And we mustn't forget this mother of all captions..."

(France's killer technique—profiting from the sidelines!)

"Now, onto the most vile, evil, and downright sadistic member of the Allies." Steel said in a low, ominous voice. He then simply said, "Russia."

"From his appearance, you would'nt expect too much out of this guy, voiced by Jerry Jewell." Steel said, "But this guy is the epitomy of all evil. He mentally scars the Baltic States, fantasizes about destroying his allies, and even out-evils a cursed chair Britain used."

(Russia: When I look into all of your stupid faces, I think about how much fun it will be to pound them into dust...)

"So, THAT explains why Systema's the way he is..." Steel said.

BANG!

A bullet flew past Steel's face. The critic looked over to see Sgt. Systema holding a smoking Makarov pistol in his hand.

"I withdraw my previous statement." Steel whimpered.

"Russia is one of my favorite characters, rivalled by Britain, America, and Canada (who we'll get to in a minute)." Steel said, "His cruelty is just so much fun for me to watch. I don't know WHY, maybe it's my inner sadist laughing at the pain he's causing others or maybe it's because we've all been like this guy at some point—just torturing other people for entertainment."

"And now, we move onto China." Steel said, "China claims to be Japan's older brother and is obsessed with cooking and Hello Kitty. Now, I don't mean any offense to fans of this character or Chinese, but...I find this character to be unbelievably BORING."

(China: That wasn't very nice!)

"It's not that I hate the character, there really aren't that many characters in this series that I hate." Steel said, "It's just this guy doesn't do much for me. He doesn't give me a lot of laughs and his voice actress, Clarine Harp, sounds kind of grating."

"Wait, wait, wait." Steel said before counting off, "Todd Haberkorn, Patrick Sietz, Eric Vale, J. Michael Tatum, Jerry Jewell, and Clarine Harp? What is this? A Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood reunion? Let's count off who they did in that series..."

"Todd Haberkorn played Ling Yao, Patrick Sietz did Sloth, J. Michael Tatum did Scar (WOW! Didn't expect that!), Jerry Jewell did Barry the Chopper, Clarine Harp did Mrs. Armstrong, and Eric Vale did that explosion-loving nutcase." Steel said. He waited a few seconds before saying, "I'm far too Right-Wing to make a Bush joke."

"Back on track—China's boring. Not the worst character, but he just doesn't appeal to me very much." Steel concluded.

"Now, onto the last member of the Allies—Canada, also voiced by Eric Vale." Steel said, "This guy is my all-time favorite character because he's just so dang pathetic that it's hard NOT to laugh at him. No offense to Canadians."

"Since he and America look alike, he's constantly getting beaten on by people who mistake him for America." Steel said, "He also appears to be invisible and hardly anyone remembers who he is...except America."

"I also think he's good because he kinda reminds me of myself in real life." Steel said, "I TRY to act tough, but I'm just too good-natured to actually do it."

"Really?" DJ asked.

"BUG OFF OR I'LL BLOW YOUR HEAD OFF!" Steel shouted, pulling out his Binelli.

"At least he didn't call me his arch-nemesis..." DJ murmured as he walked out.

"Canada—hilarious straight-man or symbol of who we all are, deep down." Steel said before adding, "You be the judge."

"And those guys are just a few of the characters from Hetalia." Steel said, "There are SO many more..."

"Austria, the sophisticated music and art lover." Steel listed off, "Switzerland, the xenophobic soldier with a soft-spot for his sister. Lichtenstein, Switzerland's sweet sister. Ukraine, Russia's emotional older sister. Belarus, Russia's CREEPY little sister. Rome, the drama king who looks like Jack Black if he appeared in Gladiator. Sealand, Britain's little brother who's always trying to be recognized as a nation. The Baltic States (Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia) Russia's favorite targets who we love to see suffer. Spain, an optimistic tomato-lover. Romano, Italy's foul-mouthed older brother. And SO much more..."

(Greece: Women were not allowed to attend the Olympics and the men had to fight completely naked...)

(Arrow points at Greece.)

(Caption: Vic Mignonga)

"Okay, I'm convinced. This dub was made for the guys from FMA Brotherhood to get together again." Steel stated, "Don't deny it! Just throw in a suit of armor and the cast is complete!"

"This series is available from Funimation. The first two seasons have been really well-dubbed. I haven't seen seasons three and four because...well, I'm more of a dub person." Steel said, "I HIGHLY recommend this series to people who love a good laugh."

"I'm Tohokari-Steel, this was Outta the DVD, and I'M THE HERO!" Steel concluded in a loud voice before switching off the screen.

(static)

Iron, RookSano, and Doopliss were standing in a line. RookSano was shaking while Doopliss was covered in bruises (how a sheet could have bruises was anyone's guess).

"Ma'am." Iron said, saluting, "I have requested both RookSano and Doopliss to join and they both agreed."

"He threatened me." RookSano murmured out of the corner of his mouth.

"He beat me into submission." Doopliss replied.

"SILENCE." The menacing, feminine voice ordered, "RookSano. I hope you have been well as of late."

"Oh, uh...it's YOU." RookSano said, nervously.

"Don't tell me you didn't enjoy our time together." The voice stated before saying, "I have come to bring about the end of this planet. This would be the third time I came, all other times I have been thwarted, but not this time. Is there any way we can break this year's champion?"

"Tohokari-Steel?" Doopliss asked, "I dunno..."

"I have an idea." Iron said with a smirk, "We could try breaking his mind with the help of a movie series he hates."

"The Twilight saga?" RookSano asked.

"No, he hates the series, but not enough to cause a mental breakdown." Iron said, "I say we re-introduce him to the series known as...the Disney Sequels!"

"Excellent." The voice said, maliciously.

(TO BE CONTINUED!)

(Hey, hey, Daddy! Pass the soda!
Heya, mommy! Heya, mommy!
I simply can't forget the taste of those mashed potatoes I had!
Draw a circle, there's the earth!
Draw a circle, there's the earth!
Draw a circle, there's the earth!
I'm Tohokari-Steel!
Ah, a fabulous world that can be seen with a simple stroke of a brush.
The movies I review either suck or rule!
Tohokari-Steel!)

(Italy: PASTAAA!)
My tribute to Hetalia: Axis Powers.

This is the ONLY yaoi series I'll go anywhere near because it's got a LOT of humor and concepts I like. It was also the inspiration for a webcomic idea I got called 'Inklings', which you can expect soon...ish.

The ending theme is an adaptation of the Hetalia ending theme: Marukaite Chikyuu. I just altered it for my critic form.

The logo is Steel giving the thumbs'-up while wearing an aviator jacket with a pin with the number '50' on it and standing in front of a world map.

Next week's review: The Last Airbender (I review the epic fail adaptation of the epic cartoon series Avatar: The Last Airbender.)
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:iconredhavic:
redhavic Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
I'm surprised you didn't use this joke

Steel: There's Finland-

(Patrick: "FINLAND!")

Steel: Shut up, Patrick! 
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:iconwildrook:
wildrook Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
(uses TARDIS)

(opens door to reveal Rook...)

Thought I'd get this out of the way, but it's kind of hilarious to see Nyarlathotep from the Persona Series with a German Accent.
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
2011 Steel: What the heck is-

It's...best not to question anything right now.
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:iconwildrook:
wildrook Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
Yeah, sorry about that. Also, don't ask why we came in a port-a-potty. There was a missed opportunity and I wanted to rectify it...so...you want to say anything to Past Steel, Steel?
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
Don't do the Red Dawn review.
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:iconwildrook:
wildrook Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
Ehe...what Red Dawn review?
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:icontohokari-steel:
Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
Eh, it's best not to think about it...BYE!
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Wildgun-Edge Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
A well-writen analysis of Hetalia: Axis Powers Steel!

Yeah... just ignore the yaoi and it's a good show if you ask me. Not to mention Britain is one of my all-time favourite anime/manga/webcomic characters.

The Last Airbender's up next? Oh... GOD!

TEAR IT APART STEEL! TEAR IT APART!

Anyway, keep up the good work,

The Pest of the West,
Wildgun Edge
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
While I like Canada better, I agree that Britain is a VERY good character.

(Britain: THE BRITISH CURE OF FOOD AND BAD TEETH!)

Trust me, I will rip apart The Last Airbender. Or, as my brother described it, "success turned suck-fest".
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:iconwildgun-edge:
Wildgun-Edge Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
Canada's pretty cool too... *cough*morehopelessthanItaly*cough* but Britain, in my opinion, has some of the funniest lines in the show... and the best theme if you ask me.

Good... rip that pile of feces apart like there's no tommorow.

Though, I fear... if that movie was based on Book 1 and they did show who was playing Azula (who looks NOTHING like she did in the show), they may be making two more movies...

If they ruin Book 2(which introduced one of my favourite characters to the show) and Book 3... I'm... well...

(Takes out large machine gun) Guess.

Keep up the good work,

The Pest of the West,
Wildgun-Edge
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
I acknowledge the coolness of Britain's theme son (just behind America, but that's more of my taste in music than me simply being a patriotic snob).

I fear for the other movies as well...(pulls out crossbow and luger) I'm gonna enjoy ripping it a new one!
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HikariIno Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
great job TL-san I like the Marukaite chikyuu i made a fan one as well
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2011
Thanks, Hikari.
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kinghuffy2 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Also, what do you think of Bill Nighy, who played Davy Jones in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies and recently voiced Rattlesnake Jake in Rango? A good actor? Or an old dude way past his prime?
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
He's a good actor.
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kinghuffy2 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Good. That's what I wanted to know.
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kinghuffy2 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Well, you know it's very, very hard to place almost all of the events of the first season Avatar: The Last Airbender in to one big movie. Though I've never seen the movie at all. I have a quick question. Have you seen the old Arnold Schwarzenegger Conan movies yet? Because I'm not sure if the new upcoming Conan The Barbarian movie will live up to the former Governator's Conan. Besides, many people thought 300 was gonna be crap compared to the original movie The 300 Spartans, but it wasn't. We'll just have to wait and see, TL. Wait and see.
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
I know, but it still won't change the fact of whether it's bad or not. I haven't seen them.
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:iconkinghuffy2:
kinghuffy2 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
As I said, we'll just have to wait and see.
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:iconagimat-warrior713:
Agimat-Warrior713 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Mecha: Now I know that she's planning the end of this planet. Time to do what I do best!

What, try to infiltrate the area? They're planning something and we're gonna take care of it

Mecha: ...Right. RookSano already got there, so all I need to do is fight off against Iron.

(nods) Right

Anyways, Hetalia is really interesting! It's actually comedic! Anyways, I wish you luck for The Last Airbender my friend, you'll need it!

Mecha: Anyways, I'm still trying to find Iron... I'm actually glad that...(spoilers!)

Okay, well... See you later Steel!
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:icontohokari-steel:
Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Yeah...from a deal Xem sent me, I have a feeling I'll have something similar to my Twilight review: other critics trying to talk me out of it.
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Agimat-Warrior713 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2011
Most likely...
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:iconwildrook:
wildrook Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
RookSano: I am so f**ked...hopefully, I can find someone who can keep my cover intact.

(On communicator...in private)

Rook: RookSano, have you infiltrated the enemy ship?

RookSano: Yes, but not by my own free will.

Rook: Yeah, sorry about that. Good luck. I'll leave communications directed to Steel while we plan.

RookSano: She seems to be off-guard every Wednesday, probably watching her. This is going to be a problem.

Rook: (nods on the other end) Godspeed, RookSano.

(within RookSano's lab)

(sighs...then brings out communications...)

PTF, standby for further instructions.

???: Roger.

(sighs...)

Nice review, although considering that we're going to be screwed, which Disney Sequel are they going to force down his throat first?
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:icontohokari-steel:
Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Hunchback of Notre Dame II comes first, followed by the second Peter Pan movie. If you have a third suggestion, I'd like to hear it.
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wildrook Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
You need something that can drive a man bananas. I'd say Cinderella 3, but considering there was a book where one of the Stepsisters felt remorse (by the same man who wrote WICKED, no less)...

Another idea: Fox and the Hound 2.

Just...try something that would make you ask help from a Giant Robot expert.
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Hmm...Fox and the Hound 2? A midquel...that could work. And I think I'd like to see BOTH Cinderella sequels before I can say which is worse.
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wildrook Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Okay, kind of wish I could help out on the review.

My Mad Scientist is meeting his ex-girlfriend who's about to destroy and-or conquer the world after failing TWICE!

Whether she's a looker or not is debatable, but you need all the help you can get.
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
I know...I'm in MAJOR trouble...
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wildrook Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
That's what worries me.

I'm waiting for the rest of my team to show up so they can take out the minions of the ship. Besides which, I DO have a ship of my own...it's a Gummi Ship, but it's the same basic principle.

I'll be on stand-by whenever I can, but right now, just...continue reviewing crappy movies for the time being. I'll look through my armory in order to see what we can use against them.

Heck...considering Mecha's willing to help us out, I'll try to contact him on details. For now, RookSano's going to be contacting you for details.
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Alright then.
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Kitten-Hachi-chan Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
He-Ta-Li-AAAAA

XD

The same guy also wrote a series called Afganis-Tan.
Cute, correct, and TOTALLY worth it!
BTW, I found the bonus episodes and the movie of Hetalia if you're interested!!
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:icontohokari-steel:
Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Thanks for the comments and offer. I think I may have to decline, though. I prefer dubs to subs.
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Kitten-Hachi-chan Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Oh . . . then wait for December and January.
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:icontohokari-steel:
Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Alright, I will.

By the way, check out my latest journal entry if you're interested.
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:iconuniversalstudiosgeek:
Considering I have no familiarity with Hetalia at all, I can't say much...but decent review nonetheless. :la:

And considering what's up for next week (:P) I'd thought you might enjoy this: [link]
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Thanks...

I'm in trouble for next week's review. It's official. DJ told me, Wing told me, and now YOU'RE telling me.

(pulls out luger)

Suicide gun on stan-by...
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:iconuniversalstudiosgeek:
Oh, you don't know what you're getting into here...[link]

_ _ _

Static appeared again, this time showing Xem's apartment. "No, dude! Don’t do it!" the tiger begged.

"Xem?" Steel asked in confusion, "Okay, why is everyone hacking into this review?"

"That's not important. Anyways, I beg ya', Steel: Don’t throw your life away, it’s not worth it! This is one live action film adaptation you shouldn't suffer through!"

"Darn it, Xem, I’m getting through this movie and that’s final." Steel vowed.

"But nobody wants endure the awful stupidity and campiness of the Super Mario Bros. movie!"

"Super Mario Bros? I’m not reviewing that."

"Oh good," Xem chuckled, sighing and wiping his brow in relief, "Phew! For a minute there, I thought you’d gone totally off the deep end. That’s a relief. So, uh, tell me... what movie are you reviewing then?"

"The Last Airbender." Steel explained nonchalantly.

Xem immediately screamed like a girl, doused himself with a can of gasoline, lit himself on fire with a match, and crashed through the window.
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
(static)

Steel sighed, "Why is he ALWAYS jumping out that window?"
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MadnessAbe Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Hetalia is so hilarious! You didn't these things about the characters? Like their voice actors...in Japan? (The actual country not the character

Italy is voiced by Daisuke Namikawa who is...

(Ulquiorra (Bleach): Trash is treated like trash....) {WRAP YOUR MIND AROUND THAT!}

Germany is voiced by Hiroki Yasumoto wh is...

(Chad (Bleach): Well, if it makes you feel anything better Uryu, I'm having a little trouble with a talking cat myself.)

Japan (character) is voiced by Hiroki Takahashi who is....

(Joey Wheeler: It says...bird, rock, lamb chop, bird, bird, and a bigger bird.)

America is voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi who is...

(Komui Lee (D.Gray Man): FLY MY PINK FUZZY ONES! DESTROY HIM!)

England is voiced by Noriaki Sugiyama who is...

(Sasuke Uchiha: Out of my way, loser...)

France is Masaya Onosaka who is...

(Vash the Stampede: This world is made of....LOVE AND PEACE!)

Russia is Yasuhiro Takato who is....

(Gluttony: Can I eat him now? Can I?)

and finally China is voiced by Yuki Kaida....and I can't find a single role that I know her in. And that's all....of wait, Canada! No, wait...he has the same voice actor as America (in both dubs)

TRY TO WRAP YOUR MIND AROUND THOSE ROLES!
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
O_O

Weird. Also, Katsuyuki Konishi voiced Kamina in Gurren Lagann.
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MadnessAbe Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Heard of that series, but I know zilch about it.

I'm more creeped out that Italy is Ulquiorra...

(GAG)

Italy: Pasta? (holds bowl of pasta)

Ulquiorra (clearly disturbed):....Uh, no thank you.
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Now, about the seiyuu for France...

(Cheese-eating surrender monkey = passive gunfighter with Johnny Bravo hair)

WHAT'S THE CONNECTION HERE?!
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MadnessAbe Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
By the way, can you tell this to Sarge?

France shares the same (ENGLISH) voice actor as Sebastian from Black Butler (a manga I recommended to him a while ago.)

Also...

(British manifestation with bushy eyebrows = Emo ninja with chicken butt hair)

What the heck!?!

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:icontohokari-steel:
Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Don't forget...

(Blonde military tsundere character = monotonous tough guy)

Germany and Chad...weird.
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MadnessAbe Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
There's loads more where I can come up with...but let's not get to that.

Next week, The Last Airbender? You know, I saw it in theaters...I liked it. But looking back, ugh...

You could throw in some references to the other Avatar (James Cameron) for jokes.

But here's something you might like...

[link]

This is the theme to the Hetalia Movie (yes they made it!)

Just to fit into the song...

(puts on Italy's costume)
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angelthewingedcat Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Wow my sister is a huge fan of the series.^^ Pretty cool review.

And on boy...from what I heard the movie missed up almost everything from the show. Good luck
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
And I've heard similar things...it caused DJ to retreat in fear.
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Shadow-DJ Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
O_O Good luck on the next review, dude. You're gonna need it...(slowly walks backwards into a shadow before disappearing)
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Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011
Well, that's not a good sign, is it?
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Shadow-DJ Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
(Pokes head out) Nope (goes back into shadow)
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