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Vivy Fluorite Eye's Song Blu-ray

4 star rating out of 5
4 Reviews
SKU: 816546026646

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About Vivy Fluorite Eye's Song Blu-ray

Vivy Fluorite Eye's Song contains episodes 1-13 of the anime directed by Shinpei Ezaki and includes a Special Booklet.

Vivy -Fluorite Eye's Song-, the fantastic tale of the one hundred-year journey of AI songstress Vivy from WIT STUDIO and the brilliant minds of Tappei Nagatsuki and Eiji Umehara (Re: ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-) arrives on Blu-ray!

The Complete Blu-ray Set from the winner of Best Original Anime, Best Music Anime, and Best in Animation at the 8th Anime Trending Awards is housed in a stunning box featuring exclusive art by Character Designer Yuichi Takahashi and comes with a special booklet, plus three discs containing 13 episodes, a special omnibus episode “-To make everyone happy with my singing-“, episode previews, trailers, as well as textless opening and ending sequences.

About Vivy -Fluorite Eye's Song-:

NiaLand is an AI theme park that blends dreams with hope and science. Vivy was created as the world’s first autonomous humanoid AI to work as a cast member in the theme park. She gets on stage every day to sing, but she is not very popular.

“I want my singing to bring happiness to everyone.”

Vivy continues singing in hopes of achieving her goal of bringing her heartfelt performances to the theme park’s main stage.

One day, an AI that calls himself Matsumoto appears to her. Matsumoto claims that he is an AI from one hundred years in the future and that his mission is to rewrite history with Vivy in order to stop the war between AI and humans that will happen a century later.

How will the meeting of these two AIs with such different missions change the course of the future?

This is a story of I(Vivi) destroying I(AI)..."

Special Features: Episode 1 Preview, Textless Openings and Endings,PV's, Special Omnibus "To make everyone happy with my singing".

Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, Central and South America, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan.

Ordering Note: All sales for this item are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, if a replacement is not available a Gift Card will be issued.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Drama, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Music
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 308
  • Year Created: 2021
  • Release Date: 9/20/2022
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

3 star rating out of 5

Wanted to like this release more...

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I'm about 1/3 of the way into the show and enjoying it very much. Aniplex's Blu-ray quality looks crystal clear as usual, due to their use of three Blu-ray discs rather than the industry standard of two discs for the same amount of episodes. The English dub is well done, featuring Cristina Vee, Erika Harlacher, and Wendee Lee.
For the price of the product, I think the design of the box set should have been much more involved. The book is plain white with a very bland font on the front, and completely blank on the back. No disc artwork to speak of, they are also stark white with black text, and a little black android logo on the side. The outward facing Amaray case art, book contents and (flimsy) slipcase are lovely; but otherwise it seems almost no design effort went into this product. For the price of $130, I expected more.
I can only recommend this release if you don't mind paying a premium for the best visual experience. The physical bonus items are mediocre at best.

4 star rating out of 5

Masterpiece, but is it worth the cash?


I probably won’t be the last to say that this show is a masterpiece. Everything about it screams creativity and care, from the animation, to the music, and most importantly the story. I’d buy this in a heartbeat…for 50-60$, in fact I have blu rays of the show and I got it for right around that price, But for over 100$ I’m not so sure. For the blu rays themselves easy 5 stars, the only reason I’ve given this 4 stars is the price, it just doesn’t seem worth it to me. Thank you for reading

5 star rating out of 5

I Expected Higher Packaging Quality

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Vivy's production value for TV Anime is very high. A lot of detail, and it looks/sounds great.

BluRay quality is super high quality Aniplex. High bitrate, uncompressed audio. Overall a great production.

Where I struggle is Price to Value ratio. Aniplex is asking a large sum of money, per their usual. What they are NOT offering is any real pack ins of note.

Normally at this price they include an OST. Or a larger booklet. Here? No OST. The booklet doesn’t even translate all the content from the Japanese discs… Then there is the box itself. At this price it should be a chipboard. Instead, it is a flimsy sleeve, similar to Aniplex’s shorter releases (think Nisekoi singles).

I am not sure how Aniplex justifies the price of this set, other than pure greed.

If you need to own Vivy physically, this is the only option. It won’t be leaving streaming services anytime soon, so if you can continue to enjoy it there and save your money, I recommend that.

4 star rating out of 5

Standard AoA blu-ray release. Nothing more, nothing less. High quality transfer and picture quality, mediocre physical release.

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Honestly, the pricing and what you get is on par with most of the recent AoA sets we’ve seen released in the last two years, and I’ve got most of them. Aniplex doesn’t typically include an OST until you spend a lot more, some collectors edition movie sets are the only exception. To be fair, at $130 I’d hope for a chipboard box, and not just a glorified slipcover. But other sets such as The Promised Neverland S1 & S2, Madoka Magica, Cells at work, SK8, and lord el melloi’s case files are very similar in quality, as well as physical extras. Magia Record is the only set that included an OST at a similar price point. I can only justify it because of the collectability, and because Vivy is definitely worth it regardless of price. But I do wish Vivy had a better release, I’d of preferred a $200-$250 set with an OST, chipboard box, and hardcover art book. But lets not fool ourselves into thinking we’re getting less then usual. This is standard fare and procedure for AoA.