Voice of Fox follows Hu Li, a boy who acts as a ghost singer for an up and coming idol. However, someone knows his secret and things are about to get messy.
Voice of Fox Episode 11 Review: With things going well for Hu Li it was time someone threw another hurdle his way and with one day to the finals Kong Que has managed to turn public opinion against Hu Li yet again. You would think people would actually fact check some of these rumours but clearly not.
Voice of Fox Episode 10 Review: With a surprising invitation to perform at Chuyun's concert, Hu Li reconnects with his passion. However, these two have a lot of enemies and people who want to bring them down and they aren't planning on staying quiet for long. More drama in Voice of Fox.
Voice of Fox Episode 9 Review: Voice of Fox unveils the tragic back stories of both Hu Li and Kong Que. However, just when it seems like Chuyun might get clear of the turmoil, her group member throws her under the social media bus in a fit of jealousy.
Voice of Fox Episode 8 Review: Things aren't looking so good for Hu Li, and then he gets abducted. Strangely, that isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Voice of Fox Episode 7 Review: We're maxing out on melodrama and cliff-hanger endings and yet the build up has been enough that this show can handle it. The question is, can it stick the landing?
Voice of Fox Episode 6 Review: There was a moment somewhere during episode 6 of Voice of Fox, and it probably came close to the end of the episode where the titular 'trap' was revealed where I realised just how into this anime I actually am.
Voice of Fox Episode 5 Reivew I'm a little torn here because I do genuinely feel for Hu Li. He needs money for his mother's hospital bills and he is clearly working hard having signed a contract that gives him almost no advantage other than the money to pay those bills. However, at the same time, I kind of feel a lot of his current troubles have been brought on by his own actions.
While they may have scraped the victory through this round, it wasn't by Hu Li's voice. This time the credit is entirely on the fact that the opponent suddenly lost their voice mid-performance...
I just had to wonder why the company didn't take pains to get him an actual pass as one of the crew or something else. It seems ridiculous to expect him to find his own way in and avoid security. And it lends itself to a lot of silly moments that just kind of eat up screen time and rely very much on coincidence and the absurd for things to work out.