The second half of the space hotel arc is just as amazing as the first!
In the second part, Diva learns the truth about Estella and her twin sister, Elisabeth. As the hotel is taken over by terrorists (the same ones that Diva thwarted in the last story arc no less) and sent on a collision course with the ocean, the guests become panicked about having to evacuate from the hotel so suddenly. Unfortunately, things don’t go as planned, and the hotel is aimed towards a coastal city instead. Diva must work quickly to stop the plans and once again change the future.
Episode 5 of this series airs on Saturday, April 24th.
Vivy: Flourite Eye’s Song airs at 11:30 pm Japan Standard Time, which means it will stream on Funimation outside of Japan at or around the following times around the world:
Pacific Time: 7:30 am
Central Time: 9:30 am
Eastern Time: 10:30 am
British Time: 3:30 pm
There are so many things about Vivy: Flourite Eye’s Song that I could praise. Let’s start with the animation by Wit Studio who you might recall from some other amazing looking series like Attack on Titan and The Ancient Magus’ Bride, Vivy: Flourite Eye’s Song looks absolutely amazing to my eyes. Visually pleasing doesn’t even begin to describe this one.
Then you have to factor in the music. Being that Diva is a singing AI, you had to figure that her singing was going to come into play more and more as the series progressed. However, no one could’ve guessed that Estella and Elisabeth were going to deliver some powerful songs of their own towards the end of the most recent episode!
The story is proving to be the strongest selling point of the series, though. How many years will we be jumping forward with the next story arc? How will Matsumoto contact her now that Diva has given away the teddy bear? Will they be able to change history before Diva is retired and sent to a museum? These are all questions that I’m dying to have the answers to!