Infini-T Force – Series Premiere Review (Is It Evil?)
Is it Evil is back, now with that fresh new anime smell. Hope you buckled your seatbelts because it’s time for the ever so important question. Just how evil is the series premiere of Infini-T Force?
First off, what is Infini-T Force? It’s a CG animated show that combines a bunch of heroes from other series into a single super team. The heroes face off against a big bad who’s brought together other villains, forming a sort of league that wants to destroy all worlds but one.
The story so far revolves around an item known as The Case, which looks like a miniature sun but can change forms depending on its user. The case is also capable of destroying worlds… and it’s in the hands of a nihilistic high school girl. Do you want to destroy the world? Because that’s how you destroy the world. Luckily, at least four of the heroes from the destroyed worlds somehow survived and made it to our world. That’s pretty much all I’ll say about the story so far. Let’s get into the animation.
This is a CG anime. Most of the time I would stop right there to make a joke, but the animation wasn’t choppy at all. I watched each fight scene trying to spot something to pick at but I found nothing to complain about as far as the fights go. The CG, in general, wasn’t bad either. It was actually nice to look at. Now let’s look at characters.
While I found the protagonist Emi, to be kind of a dull, I do like the direction they’re taking with her, so far. I think there’s a lot of room to really explore her character. She’s kind of a deadpan, which can actually be pretty funny. The heroes clashed with her enough to make the interactions enjoyable. They even invited themselves to stay at her house, and her reaction is preeetty funny.
With all that in mind, I would say that Infini-T Force is about as evil as a Killer Robot Army. So far I would say it’s off to a great start.Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thank’s for letting me waste your time, people.
Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thank’s for letting me waste your time, people.
Keep It Classy,