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 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 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 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...