ViVid Strike!

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: ViVid Strike!


Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2016 to Dec 18, 2016
Premiered: Fall 2016
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama
Theme: Martial ArtsMartial Arts
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.021 (scored by 2135021,350 users)
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Ranked: #38862
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Popularity: #2067
Members: 77,704
Favorites: 171

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Synopsis

Raised up in the same orphanage, Fuuka and Rinne were once close friends but parted company after a quarrel ended up with Rinne overwhelmed Fuuka with her martial art skills. Fuuka has a life in poverty after leaving the orphanage. An accidental encounter with renowned martial arts champion Einhald Stratos discovered Fuuka's hidden talent in fighting; Einhald offered Fuuka a job and coaching, encouraging her to meet up with Rinne again—in a ring.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Nishimura, Junji
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Yokota, Chikako
Sound Director
Tanemura, Ayataka
Episode Director
Tsuzuki, Masaki
Script, Original Creator


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Opening Theme

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"Future Strike" by Yui Ogura
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Ending Theme

"Starry Wish" by Inori Minase



Dec 17, 2016
LIQfilms (All reviews)
Vivid Srike was the latest addition to the Nanoha franchise and can come across as kind of jarring for those viewers coming straight off from Nanoha Vivid expecting a direct continuation of the story as Vivid Strike is a side-story of Vivid's narrative taking place a year after the events of said show. Upon watching this show, it could also be kind of confusing since there was just a general lack of information surrounding this show anyway so trying to piece it together can perhaps be a little distracting upon your first viewing. However, despite being a side-story, the newly introduced characters are decently integrated read more
Aug 9, 2017
ktulu007 (All reviews)
The Nanoha franchise is one I've talked about a lot. I've reviewed the first series, As, StrikerS, Vivid and even the loosely connected Triangle Heart, which has been the only ungood one thus far. This week I'm going to look at Vivid Strike, which is a side story for Vivid. It was produced by Seven Arcs, the same studio behind everything else I've looked at except, oddly enough, Vivid itself. Let's see if it upholds the franchise's proud traditions of quality and les-yay. That excludes Triangle Heart, obviously.

Story:

Fuuka Reventon is an orphan with a propensity for trouble. We open with her getting into read more
Jun 23, 2020
Agent_Redacted (All reviews)
Was there ever a time where you had to pause the video just to say "Holy shit this is good". Well I did. At least for ViVid Strike!

ViVid Strike! was hands down one of the best action anime of all time. The concept of lolis fighting each other aggressively is so appealing. Not just that, there's also transformation ( loli converting to "normal" ) and martial arts in it along with bullying. This show pumps my adrenaline so hard I've forgotten how many times I screamed during this binge session.

Though there are some factors that require some improvements such as some fights being read more
Dec 17, 2016
Growler (All reviews)
We all have dreams. We decide what we want and we take it. But life will always get in the way and make it harder or even deny you your dream. Such is our tale.

The story is about two orphan girls separated by the adoption of one of them. The time spent apart makes them treat each other with coldness and eventually they fight and separate. Our protagonist is determined not to let this be the end of their relationship and trains to get her friend back.

Artwork is a nice splice show of color. A lot of the characters have differently colored eyes which I read more

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