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...
Three seasons along and Attack on Titan finally shows many of the cards it has been holding. This information changes everything about how we've viewed the series (at least those of us watching blind without the benefit of reading the source). So how did season three part two of Attack on Titan manage to get me to fall back in love with this franchise?
Grim Reveals and Grimmer Futures Attack on Titan Season 3B Episode 9 With one episode left to go the one thing I am sure of is that it won’t be enough. For most of this season Attack on Titan has been hitting us hard with reveals and pushing the plot ever forwards and now it … Continue reading Attack on Titan Review Season Three Part Two Episode 9
A Personal Truth Attack on Titan Season 3 Episode 8 A horrible world needed an equally horrible history and Attack on Titan does do horrible so well. There’s a disturbing logic behind the events we see in Grisha’s memory and its made worse by the echoes of real acts of idiocy being perpetrated in our … Continue reading Attack on Titan Review Season Three Episode Eight
So What's In The Basement? Attack on Titan 3B Episode 7 After so many big moments in the last couple of episodes, Attack on Titan made some smart calls at the start of this episode. Seeing the relief tinged with guilt Eren felt as Armin woke and Eren hugged him was perfect. Seeing Levi, the … Continue reading Attack on Titan Review Season 3 Part B Episode 7