Infini-T Force

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Japanese: Infini-T Force (インフィニティ フォース)


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2017 to Dec 19, 2017
Premiered: Fall 2017
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 01:59 (JST)
Licensors: VIZ Media
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Theme: Super PowerSuper Power
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.421 (scored by 22392,239 users)
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Ranked: #72692
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Popularity: #6844
Members: 8,819
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Preliminary Spoiler
Dec 20, 2017
Note: This review only covers the 2017 TV series as the story continues with the 2018 movie. Infini-T Force is a superhero crossover featuring 1970’s superheroes from Tatsunoko Productions as a celebration for their 55th anniversary. However, the show is a mixed bag of content unable to properly balance its agenda while trying to incorporate 4 different superhero franchises & doesn’t do a good job in representing or explaining those characters to a new audience. Meanwhile fans that are familiar with these classic superheroes could be discouraged from watching the show given the different interpretations of said heroes. There are some redeemable factors to Infini-T ...
Dec 19, 2017
I'm reviewing this from a mostly non-fan point of view (mostly cos I watched Gatchaman S1 but hardly remember it).

Story: 9
Kinda cliched in some areas, but overall quite interesting. There's some plot and mystery here and there, and I'm glad that there are not too much storyline cliches in there. Given that this is a kinda superhero kind of show, the villains are somewhat cliche but overall it is great.

The animation is fluid and simply amazing. It's like watching Gantz: Osaka and the FF series movies, but for 12 episodes, which is pretty amazing. This is not to mention that the animation is really realistic.

Sound: ...
Feb 5, 2018
Mixed Feelings
I was initially excited with the first Casshan fight, which was fun... and then the show was a bit of a letdown until late in the series when Emi's character arc actually goes somewhere. The good news is that now I won't have nightmares of someone repeating "TAH-KEHHH-SHEEEE" over and over in various ways.

The "heroes from different worlds/dimensions gathering in one place to fight a common enemy" is all over the place, from just about every "Tales" series, to "Kingdom Hearts" to "Final Fantasy" to "Cyborg 009 vs Devilman" to a lot of comic crossovers. It leads to a lot of very similar villains and ...
Dec 12, 2017
Preliminary (11/12 eps)
Fans of Tatsunoko animes are rejoycing at this anime, done entirely in 3D CGI. Like many, I grew up in the Gatchaman era and in North America, we knew that show as Battle of the Planets. It was without a doubt, one of my favorite animes. For the other 3 animes, I have learned about them in video games. If you are nostalgic, Infini-T Force's goal was to bring all 4 animes together with some of the elements that marked each one. I can say that the show focused a lot more on Ken from Gatchaman then the other 3, ...