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Richard Steven Horvitz,
Infinity Train is a must see for all western animation fanatics and a fun ride for casual viewers. It is funny, creative, relatable and surprisingly daring at times concerning some of its plot decisions.
The main protagonist Tulip finds herself on a strange train with weird and wacky settings in each cart. Whilst fun, at times it does not always mesh well with the episodic nature of the show. Sometimes the amount of time spent inside one cart feels too long, just because they need to fill up the entire 10 minute episode. However, to counter this the episodes are full of fun character interactions and gimmicks. Also, during the later half of the first season the main mystery starts to unravel, which gives the show much more flexibility in its storytelling.
This first season starts of strong, meddles a bit in the middle, but concludes in a satisfying way and leaves the viewer wanting more.
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