May 22, 2016
From studio Trigger comes a very helpful survival guide for the insanely popular and excellent Inferno Cop. It gives extremely thorough explanations on the interesting and well-developed characters in the Inferno Cop universe. It felt like I was taking a class at a university. Finishing the "Fact Files" series left me feeling as if I had graduated from Inferno Cop university.
There isn't any real story here, but Inferno Cop: Fact Files helps to reinforce Inferno Cop's already enthralling story. An absolute must-watch for any rabid fan of Inferno Cop, or anyone learning how to worldbuild.
Every episode, or "Fact File," we are introduced to
the same host. He is wonderfully animated and looks equal to all of Vincent van Gogh's works combined. We also see the episode the Fact File is based on and it looks gorgeous. Anyone looking to improve their art style, look no further.
Every time a Fact File starts, they play "INFERNO COP: FACT FILE!" and it's stunningly beautiful. Throughout the whole Fact File, they play a remix of the narrator saying "Inferno Cop: Fact File!" and it's a magical experience. The voice acting is absolutely spot-on.
In essence, a Fact File describes a character from the Inferno Cop universe. The characters are already amazing, relatable, and well-developed, but Inferno Cop: Fact Files goes the extra mile and gives us extremely well-done exposition.
Overall, Inferno Cop: Fact Files is a masterpiece, fitting for it's parent show, Inferno Cop, which is also a masterpiece.
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