Welcome to the home of the Anime Freshmen. Join us as we get together on our bi-weekly podcast which brings you our fresh take on the medium that is anime.
You know those conversations you have with your friends about the most random anime topics? Put that in a podcast, increase the randomness and boom! You have The Anime Freshmen!
We believe that anime is one of the best storytelling mediums and we use our platform to provide a refreshing off-the-cuff approach to engage people who are new to the genre as well as long term anime fans. On our podcast, we cover everything and anything anime related and you can even catch us having live conversations, discussing various topics and testing the knowledge of anime fans at events across the UK!
Keep It Fresh!
Episode #73 - Narratives n' Sh*t- How important is storytelling for an anime to shine? Are character arcs and worldbuilding key to building a narrative? Maybe, but this isn't Harry Potter. Join us for a deep dive into this and more.
Every effort is made to keep spoilers to a minimum. (The only exception being older titles)
P Zen & Karto attends Uzumaki London restaurant launch weekend and speaks with Co-Founder Gwen & DJ Menance about favourite anime, ramen and the journey to opening.
P-Zen had the pleasure of interviewing Megan Shipman, Risa Mei & Brina Palencia for the upcoming movie 'Sing A Bit of Harmony For Me'
Find out their thoughts on the subbed vs dubbed debate, the definition of happiness and more!
We have a collection of AMVs on our Youtube channel - this spotlight sees our favourite anime dance scenes, to the backdrop of Dance Monkey & Fuego.
The sun is out and the Power Of Friendship may have gotten us a little carried away this time. Join Karto & Highlanders as we review Fairy Tail and if it's still worth watching in 2020.
In our latest blog post, we give you an Anime Freshmen Public Service Announcement and a call to action if you will.
Episode #14: BlackenedWhite - In light of recent events, the team will be using this episode to discuss some very real themes. Listener discretion is advised...