Umm, what was the chapter where Russia's heart pops out?
KatDWolf 18:26, June 30, 2010 (UTC)
Here's the actual strip from Track 2: Power Ranger Allied Forces in Volume 1.
At least, I think that's the one you meant...?
That work? --Tiamatwizard 19:33, June 30, 2010 (UTC)
~~Russia's English VA~~[edit source]
When we know that's Ukraine gave it to him?
The manga strip, "Russia's Older And Younger Sisters" (can be found in Hetalia Vol.2) and episode 43 of the anime. They were children at the time. Icelilly 20:45, May 6, 2011 (UTC)
Russia's Human Name[edit source]
This is some additional information about Russia's human name I got from Kitawiki. If I want to add this, I don't even have access so yeah.
>> Ivan happens to have been a common name for Russian czars (there were six Czar Ivans, including two Romanov Ivans), as well as being a common name for Russian males ("Ivan" is the Russian equivalent of "John"). Ivan has frequently been used as a stereotypical slang name for a Russian male. It is pronounced EEVAHN, not EYE-VAN, in Russian (with emphasis on the second syllable). The Russian diminutive of Ivan is Vanya, and is frequently used in fanworks.
His last name is often rendered incorrectly as Braginski; traditionally the '-ski' suffix indicates Polish ancestry.
Interesting fact that Vanya is sometimes switched with Vati (Prussia's nickname for Old Fritz) among fans. I don't particularly know why either. Don't look at me like that.
The pronunciation of Ivan is what the fans are usually confused with. We've started a great deal of meme names because of this.
Russian Spelling of his name: Иван Брагински (EE-VAHN BRAG-IN-SKI)