No one is the "bad guy"; neither do the "good guy" exist. It's war, and we both suffer. Acknowledging that, we will try to continue our existence...
Together, of course.
.:Commemorating the attack on Pearl Harbor (December 7 1941) and the atomic bombing of Hiroshima (August 6 1945) and Nagasaki (August 9 1945):.
Phew, finally have the time to upload this! I'm drowning in homework and exams.
When I was browsing through art about this subject, there was one thing that intrigued me: Somehow, the artwork would depict either Japan or America as the absolute bad guy, while the other is a total innocent victim. And somehow, the first artwork that showed up when I typed "Pearl Harbor" on dA's search bar is Hetalia related. Whoa.
And that is why I decided to let Alfred and Kiku sit back to back. Because they both suffered, and they were both victims. Not of each other, but of the dark side of humanity.
And hey, I know that different people have different views on history as well as politics. Don't take me too seriously, please.
Alfred F. Jones/America and Honda Kiku/Japan, plus the Axis Powers Hetalia series, of course, belongs to Himaruya Hidekaz-sensei.
Artwork drawn on A3 paper, using 2B mechanical pencil.