Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan Episode 4 diverts from the usual path of new character arrives at Azusa's doorstep as this time the crew are off to a dragon wedding. What will they get up to this time?
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. Okay, logical inconsistencies aside, Vivy remains one highly entertaining ride with a story that keeps me wanting to find out more. While there's still a chance this could all fall apart, the first half of this series has definitely made me pay attention.
Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan Pattern established though perhaps the next episode might break it: Character arrives at door bringing problem, we have some slice-of-life antics, a fight scene that isn't really a fight scene, and then everybody is friends. If this anime were a drink it would a warm cup of milk.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. We transition into yet another time with 5 years passing and history being a little derailed but not necessarily in the way Matsumoto intended. Or maybe he did. I can't tell anymore. Either way, Vivy is off on another adventure.
Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan Episode 2 continues the familiar tone as two new girls join the cast and our witch continues to go about pursuing her normal everyday life.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. Despite a few minor points, Vivy has so far proven to be an excellent entry into the Spring anime season. Episode 4 continues what has so far been a pretty enjoyable ride. Check out the full episode review.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. We've started a new arc after a 15 year time jump and Vivy is going into space! This wasn't what I expected but I actually think this could work out well for the story. Check out the full episode review.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. Episode 2 is more gritty and action packed than the first episode and to be honest, I really enjoyed every moment of it even if at one point I did have to do a double take to make sure I hadn't just skipped a scene. Read my full thoughts on the episode.
Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan A light novel adaptation isekai anime with an overpowered protagonist looking for the easy life... now where have I heard that premise before? But, as is always the case with these kinds of stories it isn't necessarily about new ideas so much as it is about execution. Looking at episode one of Slime 300, what did I think?
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song is a new original anime that I am going into with very little idea about what to expect and I must say this first episode certainly sets up what might be an intriguing story. Here are my full thoughts on the episode...