The Latin American Anime Experience

Cristal Marie Calderon and the Get in the Robot crew make the case that the experience of Latin American anime fans has been historically better than ours in the U.S.

And they're pro'lly right...

The sales pitch:
Everyone’s first anime experience is different. Depending on where you lived, it could be very different. Growing up as a Latina fan, you can already tell that compared to the US, Latin America had a very different, uncensored anime experience, with DBZ, Sailor Moon, and Saint Seiya. Watch More of Our Videos! Don't miss our videos, make sure you subscribe! Tweet Us on TWITTER Heart Us on INSTAGRAM Sign up for email updates: Join Us on DISCORD Grab Our Merch Do NOT forget to visit our YouTube friends! Channel Frederator - Cartoon Hangover - Want to tell us something? Write an email. Want to work at Frederator? See our job openings and internships. Credits for This Episode ----------------------------------- Researched by: Cristal Marie Calderon Written by: Cristal Marie Calderon Hosted by: Cristal Marie Calderon Edited by: Caleb Pryor Executive Producers: Carrie Miller, Fred Seibert, Jeremy Rosen Produced by: Adrian Apolonio Co-Producers: Casey Gonzalez, Nicholas Fung Head Writer: Casey Gonzalez Writing & Talent Coordinator: Dan McQuade Senior Graphic Designer: Alexandria Batchelor Get in the Robot welcomes all anime fans. We’re your anime explainer, here to guide you through your watchlist. As the first anime club on YouTube, we like to talk about shows like Dragon Ball Z, My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan…and some deeper cuts, too! Get in the Robot. It’s comfy in here. Uploading every week. Made in NYC. Because we can't move to Japan.

I always referred to anime as Soap Operas for boys, so it was refreshing to hear Cristal make the connection between anime and telenovelas.  As a dude who used to eat lunch watching Days of Our Lives and dinner watching Dragonball Z, I always felt the similarities between Frieza and Stefano Dimera.

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