Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song English Dub Coming to Funimation This Week

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Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song

Today, it was announced the English dub of Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song (stylized Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song-) will be coming to the Funimation streaming service on May 29. Some of the cast and crew have also been revealed.

The Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song English dub hails from Wit Studio, the animation studio responsible for the beloved Attack on Titan anime. Specifically, this adaptation of the anime is a collaborative effort with Aniplex of America, Bang Zoom! Entertainment, and Funimation.

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The series lead Vivy will be voiced by Cristina Vee (Sailor Moon, Puella Magi Madoka Magica) for the English dub. Max Mittleman (Mob Psycho 100, One Punch Man) will be providing their voice to Matsumoto. Wendee Lee provided English voice direction, while Kayli Mills adapted the series to English. While this isn’t the full cast and crew, more info will be revealed soon according to Funimation.

Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song is an anime TV show produced by Wit Studio and created by Tappei Nagatsuki and Eiki Umehara. The series was directed by Shinpei Ezaki, with Yusuke Kubo as assistant director. It initially premiered on TV in Japan in April 2021. A manga adaptation of the show by Morito Yakataka was released a week after the series premiered, and is serialized in Mag Garden’s Mag Comi. A novel series written by the creators was released at the end of April 2021.

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Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song is set in the year 2056, humanity has created an autonomous artificial intelligence that is programmed with specific missions they will carry out for its entire life span. The main protagonist Vivy is an AI songstress who is tasked with spreading happiness with her songs. However, an AI claiming to be sent from 100-years into the future named Matsumoto meets with the songstress to prevent a war between humans and AI.