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For those who are big fans of Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, then Infinity Train is a great recommendation. If you started on episode 1 already, there is no way you can't love this. With such a unique plot, as well as how they portrayed the train as the main problem and ride of the show, and also great characters like One One and Tulip, you can easily find yourself in one hell of a fantasy and sci-fi adventure thriller.
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