Top positive review
Some minor flaws, but overall a pretty fun and unique read
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2020
Infinite Kung Fu is a love letter to the golden age of Kung Fu in the 1970's, but on the other hand contains a lot of very original ideas and execution. The artstyle is pretty cool - it's a western look, primarily black and white, but with a brush stroke style that gives almost a grayscale watercolor effect. The plot is pretty interesting, combining a number of standard kung fu tropes in a creative way, with additional elements of zombie apocalypse and 1970's blaxploitation films.
While the story is intriguing, it is also somewhat flawed. Backstory elements and exposition are hastily thrown in at times, and the universe in which the story takes place is based on classic kung fu archetypes, but due to the disparate elements combined in the story, does not feel fleshed-out quite enough.
That said, the narrative is engaging and well-paced, and keeps the pages turning. The artwork does its share of the work as well. Overall this is a pretty fun book and well worth at least one read through.