Infinity Train

TV Show • 2019 • Animation  Report
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Cungle
An animal is killed in Book 3
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nutmeg
The corgi apparently dies and is turned into a monster, but is returned to his original form later... as of the end of season 1, the dog is alive and well
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Mystery5
Someone is shown to have accidentally killed their pet lizard in the past. The scene is very brief, but it does show the lizards dead body in the foreground (season 2). A personified animal also dies in the 3rd season
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Mystery5
Sentient animals get into fights sometimes
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nutmeg
There is no dog fighting as in two dogs being made to fight each other, but one of the main characters is a sentient corgi who does get into battle to protect his friends. He is not forced to do this and does not permanently die doing so.
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GoddessSword
An attempt is made to kill a recurring cat character in episode eight, and at the end of the episode their fate is left ambiguous, but they are ultimately shown to have survived in the next episode.
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Mystery5
The roach like monsters they encounter are a key plot point, and can't be skipped over without the story losing context
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amee
In Book Two, Alan Dracula, the shapeshifting deer, turns into a snake briefly in Episode 9, but only does so to latch onto MT better.
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Mystery5
A character shaves the hair on their head just off-screen
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GoddessSword
During Book 2, Jesse's little brother is injured while riding a bike down a hill as part of a "man test." Though not explicitly stated as being broken, he is later shown with his arm in a cast.
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Gaymememachine
A teenager dies brutally onscreen. The death is extremely graphic and shown for several seconds.
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ConsternatedSheep
It depends on your definition of kidnapping. A magical train does take two characters away, but both entered of their own accord and there is no active malice.
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Gaymememachine
In S3E5, a main character loses a parental figure after she was murdered. Throughout the near entirety of “The Campfire Car” (S3E6), this death is frequently brought up, and a funeral is held for her.
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amee
In Book Two, Alan Dracula, the deer, is taken over by a parasite in Episode 5 and the deer is shown trying to get the parasite out from its body, because the parasite has control of them.
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sonnet20
Tulip is stalked by the Steward (and possibly the Cat) throughout the train. Oftentimes you can see the shadow of the Steward pass by in the background of certain scenes. Not a traditionally triggering portrayal of stalking, but something to be aware of.
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Mystery5
In S3E10 someone spits (throws up?) as they pull something out of their head. There's also a whoopee cushion gag in S1E9, and a fart car in the pilot.
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User2748191633
A character retches while pulling tape out of her head. not vomit put pretty emetaphobic. The scene is also sickening
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Gaymememachine
In “Le Chat Chalet Car” (S3E4), a character suffers from extreme anxiety related to being surrounded by triggers that remind them of a traumatic incident. This lasts for a good portion of the episode.
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ConsternatedSheep
There is an episode that partially takes place in a children's indoor playground (like the ones you see at some fast food restaurants such as McDonalds) and involves crawling through the plastic tubes, but I'm not sure if that counts.
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User2748191633
No but amelia was going to jump off of the roof of her college campus after losing olrick
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User2748191633
In book/season 3 a character is believed he is lied to by a friend
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Mystery5
One-One films all of the shorts, so there's shaky cam in some of those (the shorts are not crucial to the main series plot line)
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ConsternatedSheep
No one miscarries, but it is implied that a character's birth was uncertain.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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User2748191633
It’s implied that the two mirror police are gay and they both brutally die
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Mystery5
There's been no hate speech against groups of people that exist in real life. (Vague spoilers for season 2 and onward). The Passengers and Residents of the train are not always seen as equals for various reasons. The consequences of this are a focus of seasons 2 and 3, although most of what I would consider hate speech is confined to book 3.
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Gaymememachine
While the endings to Book 1 and 2 are considered happy to most, the ending to Book 3 is rather somber and involves the death of a main character.
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Mystery5
In season 3, some kids were neglected, abandoned or hurt in various ways, and while much of it was unintentional it still left a heavy impact on them
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Mystery5
Tulips parents fight with each other, but it never escalates into verbal or physical abuse
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sonnet20
Somewhat. There are lazers shot at Tulip multiple times and the misses appear like bullet holes. Plus, Atticus' transformation is caused by a sci-fi sort of gun.
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User2748191633
A character is thrown off the train in season 3 the camera shows it briefly right before that character hits the wheel. then the camera cuts also in season 3 another character is thrown off the train and it’s shown fully however they survive
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Mystery5
In the 2nd season, a train resident is badly hurt. The blood is cartoony (if you could even call it blood), but this scene would have been very graphic if it had featured a human.
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