There is a lot to be said about a fantastic time travel story and the fun that it can be. This, includes, the new fantastic story of “Infinite Loop”. However, there can be a lot of problems that could happen when it comes to a story about time travel. Is it worth reading? Read on to find out more.

The official description from IDW:

A dynamically graphic, science-fictiony, poetical, paradoxical wunderkind of a sexy, time-traveling, adventure-packed comic series begins here!


“The Infinite Loop” is a fantastic story that occurs once in a blue moon, especially when it is about time travel. Time Travel is always a sticky subject when it comes to comic book because it can be super confusing and kind of boring but I am happy to say that this story is not the case. The story deals with a woman named Teddy, who is a time travel agent who must fix anomalies that occur throughout time. This can be anything from chairs to dinosaurs. These anomalies are created from terrorists and other people who just want to create problems. She has some co-workers who you think may be a lover but this may not be the case as we see her meet someone else. It is really a great story and makes you want to read the next issue.

Pierrick Colinet is an interesting writer and brings a new an interesting story to the table. I will say that some parts are a little harder to understand and require some extra reading but, overall, it is fantastic. The character is a lot of fun so far and I can’t wait to read her adventures.

Elsa Charretier brings to life the time travel world with his fantastic art that brings forth some really great visuals. The art has an Andy Warhol  feel to it and it works.

“The Infinite Loop” is a great sci-fi story and worth the read.

  • + Interesting and compelling story
  • + A fantastic heroine to like
  • + Fantastic visuals
  • + Can be a little confusing but still great.

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