Ahoy Captain Cats here and today I’m going to be reviewing the second season of Cartoon Network mini-series Infinity Train.
Season one was all about Tulip and how she refused to accept her parent’s divorce and while it wasn’t the best thing I saw, it was ok. Season two is about Tulip reflection who goes by the name Mirror Tulip or MT for short and she ends up meeting another new person name Jesse and a deer named Alan Dracula. It fallows the same set up with a few new things such as Jesse and why he is there and why more people are there and of course MT.
Both seasons look fine and all, but once again it lacks depth in storytelling and the main characters are not memorable. Like the first season, the supporting cast was more interesting, especially the reflection police, they remind me a lot of Rick Deckard from Philp K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Infinity Train does have some potential to be even greater then it’s current state if anything this series should take a few pages from either Kenji Miyazawa timeless classic Night on the Galactic Railroad or Leji Matsumoto space opera classic Galaxy Express 999.