Book 4 Review – Infinity Train

By: Dylan Hysen


We talk all about our reactions and thoughts to Book 4 of Infinity Train after diving into a bunch of recent animated releases we’ve been checking out.

Hosts this week: Dylan Hysen, Michelle Anderer, & Alex Bonilla.

Timestamps for the podcast:

  • 0:00 – Introduction
  • 2:10 – Final Space S3 E1-5
  • 7:05 – Amphibia S2 E13-18 
  • 15:35 – Invincible Ep1-6
  • 24:25 – Solar Opposites S2
  • 27:40 – Promised Neverland S2
  • 30:30 – DOTA: Dragon’s Blood
  • 32:15 – Arlo the Alligator Boy
  • 38:15 – RWBY V8 last 3 eps
  • 39:35 – Infinity Train Book 4 Review

Dylan is a software developer from the DC area who hosts the Overly Animated podcast discussing everything animation.


One Comment

  1. Andrew says:

    Starting to suspect this book will be about internalised homophobia in a (temporary) “one-sided” relationship. What if Ryan fell for Min-gi while on the train, and Min-gi already was in love? The line “i won’t leave you” seem to indicate that Ryan got his exist before Min-gi. There seems to be one scene though were Ryan’s number goes up to 202 again. Maybe Ryans number decreased because he convinced himself he was fine, but the train said “nOpe get back in here” and gave him the same number again because they’re both in love but handling their feelings in different ways. Here’s my take- Min-gi might be well aware of his feelings, wanting to confront them but scared to do so because he doesn’t want to lose Ryan. While Ryan on the other hand hides his feelings to the extent where he hates himself for even thinking about it. Maybe he’s trained himself for a long time now not to have these feelings because it’s socially unacceptable (internalized homophobia much eh?) and that’s why the numbers are so high, to begin with? Idk just a thought…

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