On Halloween morning of 1975, the bloody body of 15-year-old Martha Moxley was discovered in Greenwhich, Connecticut - she had been brutally beaten with a golf club. The beating was so viscous that the golf club had broken, and she was then stabbed in the neck with one of the broken pieces. Martha had been out the night before at a party at the home of 17-year-old Tommy Skakel - a nephew of Robert F. Kennedy. Tommy and Martha were seen flirting at the party and left the home together; this was the last time she was seen alive so Tommy was immediately suspected and he also had a shoddy alibi. The case eventually went cold but many local people believed that Tommy had committed the brutal murder until 1991, when his younger brother, Michael Skakel, who was 15-years-old at the time of the murder, was charged. He always professed his innocence and was granted appeal in 2013.
Is it really true that Poland hasn't shown up in canon since march of 2015.... is this really where our world has come to? Please tell me I'm wrong....
Unfortunately due to Hetalia having such a large cast, there are a lot of characters that have been neglected for a good few years. Poland is not alone.
I made a list of last appearances for minor characters, and these are the ones that haven’t appeared since mid-2015. Also these dates are being based off their last canon manga strip appearance, not random illustrations, since those aren’t specifically attached to a canon story. So some have made a couple later illustration appearances. The dates on older material may be off a little, but I did my best. Feel free to correct me if I missed something.
This is not including characters that haven’t been formally introduced, fully designed, or those that may not be canon anymore, like Tibet who hasn’t appeared since 7/23/2006 (The Story about the Early Days of China and Japan) and was replaced by a panda in the anime.
Originally broadcast live on October 31, 1987, the ‘WNUF Halloween Special’ is a stunning expose of terrifying supernatural activity that unfolded at the infamous Webber House, the site of ghastly murders.
WNUF Halloween Special, 2013 (dir. Chris LaMarina)