Artificial Intelligence turning on humans isn't a new theme in sci-fi, not even when time-travel is involved, and yet Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song has managed to carve its own identity into the mix and the end result is something quite amazing.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. Spoiler warning - this is the final episode of Vivy. And Vivy certainly does end.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. Clear warning - huge episode and series spoilers here. We finally see the confrontation between Vivy and the Archive and this is one battle that Vivy may not be prepared to take on.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. The war that Vivy has long been trying to prevent has come and it seems all of Matsumoto's and Vivy's actions have been in vain. That said, they aren't giving up yet and there's others who are still prepared to try to end this war.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. With Vivy having lost Diva at the end of episode 9, we pick up 5 years later and realise Vivy lost a lot more than we originally thought. This episode was great for a number of reasons, but none more so than the way Vivy's character journey has been portrayed.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. While not a perfect series by any means and Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song may yet go off the rails in its final episodes, however there's a lot that Vivy has done right as a modern sci-fi.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. Turns out Ophelia's story wasn't that interesting in the end, however the story of how a human became an AI after receiving a revelation was quite intriguing. I wonder if the final episodes will be one continuous story now?
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. An intriguing follow up and breaking the pattern of the series so far a second episode that did not conclude the story set up in the previous episode but rather piled on yet more mysteries and questions and then left us hanging. Still a solid entry into the series.
Post sponsored by Ashley Capes. While episode 7 is an ordinary episode by the standard Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song has set so far this season, it is still interesting enough and there's some very solid character work going on here. Be sure to read the full post.
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.