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Haruka Akiyama
Full name Haruka Akiyama
Title Ultimate Fudanshi
Gender Male
Birth date October 30
Zodiac Scorpio
Height 173 cm (5' 8")
Weight 66 kg (146 lbs)
Nationality Japanese
Killing Game Status
Personal Status
Status Alive
Created by Bubble-Blitz

 I hate labels! I'm more than just some stupid stereotypes!  

Haruka Akiyama

Haruka Akiyama (秋山 はるか Akiyama Haruka) is an ultimate student in Hope's Peak Academy at Class 78-B of Hope's Peak Academy.

During his time at Hope's Peak Academy, he was known as the Ultimate Fudanshi and was an expert at creating male on male content, doing it proudly and joyfully.

He managed to resist the Tragedy enough to join Future Foundation's 10th Division as a common member.


Haruka is a tall and skinny young man with tanned skin and messy blond hair and black eyebrows. He wear round red glasses and has red eyes underneath.

He wears a gray sweater with a low-cut neckline, revealing a white shirt and a dark red tie underneath. He also wears black shorts with a few white starts on the left leg and black shoes.


Haruka is a good-natured, sweet boy who believes on hope and on the future. He is usually seem as an optimist and as a friendly guy who hates violence and prefers resolving conflicts with peace. He likes to be playful and usually jokes around with people he is close to. As the former Ultimate Fudanshi, Haruka is skilled into making male on male manga, art and stories and takes pleasure on doing this.

Since it was his only option, he was forced to be openly gay so he could join Hope's Peak, but he used to hide it before, not because of shame, but in fear of being stereotyped. His feminine name, talent, fragile appearance and pacifist tendencies usually lead people to think of him as feminine and he hates it.