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Cartoon Network's Infinity Train (2019) SDCC Teaser

Oct 25, 2017
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#1
new trailer with a new logo




for those that don't remember, Infinity Train was one of the pilots CN launched last year that grew a big audience and was subsequently greenlit

 

Xe4

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Oct 25, 2017
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#12
Yeah, the art definitely had a jump. I like Tulip's new design as well. Really hope they got Ashley Johnson back for this.

Looking forward to it.
 

BronsonLee

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Oct 24, 2017
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#17
Edited Thread Title.

Was obviously not Avengers 4, so added the network so things would get back on track and talk about the show.
 
Oct 30, 2017
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#20
Looks interesting. And I like the art style, which isn’t something I’ve said about a show on Cartoon Network in quite some time. I will remember this because now I’m interested.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#28
I didn't know about that short, I'm so happy it did greenlight... Loved that pilot and I'm now looking forward to it.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#33
I've been eagerly awaiting this show ever since I first saw the pilot a year or two ago. This has a really promising narrative hook and the characters introduced in the pilot all felt quite fun. Digging the mysterious, horror-tinged vibes of the new clip too.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#34
Alright watched the pilot, and now I'm excited about this show, especially since the teaser is going for a more serious tone.

I also appreciate that the hero is a
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#35
I really hated the short, so I don't know what people see in this, but good for them! I can't be salty because more animation + I already got OK KO.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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I'm definitely interested to see how this holds up as a series! I can see it going places in terms of having an active base of speculation.
 

Soul Unison

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Oct 25, 2017
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#39
I'm interested in the concept and unusually bleak and ominous tone, but I still kind of shake my head at how this is the premise to an Adventure Time episode with the serial numbers filed off and stretched into a full series.
 
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ILikeFeet
Oct 25, 2017
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#40
As in it will have a set number of episodes from the get go? That makes me significantly more interested.
We dont know

I'm interested in the concept and unusually bleak and ominous tone, but I still kind of shake my head at how this is the premise to an Adventure Time episode with the serial numbers filed off and stretched into a full series.
The pilot is nothing like adventure time. Not even the mystery train episode of AT bare any resemblance to Infinity Train
 

Soul Unison

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Oct 25, 2017
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#41
We dont know


The pilot is nothing like adventure time. Not even the mystery train episode of AT bare any resemblance to Infinity Train
It's kind of hard to say that two pieces of media don't bare "any resemblance" when they revolve around a mysterious apparently-extra-dimensional locomotive where every car is a self-contained challenge/dimension/scenario.

You're thinking of the Adventure Time episode "Mystery Train." I'm talking about the episode "Dungeon Train."

The train in that episode is literally adorned with infinity symbols, goes on forever, and apparently traps people within it (willingly,) until they manage to overcome it. It is an infinity train.



If you can't see the suspiciously-close parallels, you're blind.
 
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Oct 26, 2017
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I remember watching the pilot and being quite interested, and the teaser's art update looks great. High hopes here
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#43
It's kind of hard to say that two pieces of media don't bare "any resemblance" when they revolve around a mysterious apparently-extra-dimensional locomotive where every car is a self-contained challenge/dimension/scenario.

You're thinking of the Adventure Time episode "Mystery Train." I'm talking about the episode "Dungeon Train."

The train in that episode is literally adorned with infinity symbols, goes on forever, and apparently traps people within it (willingly,) until they manage to overcome it. It is an infinity train.



If you can't see the suspiciously-close parallels, you're blind.
Dungeon Train is what I thought of instantly when I saw the mini (just finished watching it).

I'm very much looking forward to this. Seems good and I like the concept, though the robot seems a bit annoying.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#44
I must be crazy becauser I'm not seeing the improved art style. The backgrounds look good, but the character looks like a student animators project and not a very good one.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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#47
I'm so so happy this got greenlit. Such a neat premise and the pilot really sold me on it, hopefully the full show can live up to it.
 

Xe4

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Oct 25, 2017
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#50
The idea of a mysterious (sometimes infinite) train where weird stuff happens is hardly a concept original to Adventure Time lol.

They've been making stories like that... well, ever since trains.