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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 4/28/16 9:13 pm
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The finale of Series 4 begins as a crazy romp as Iris and Panda head to a big recording studio when they hear an ear worm jingle they can't get out of their head. Who's behind it? A fanatical homicidal lift (elevator my fellow Americans and I) with delusions of grandeur and hero worship. Their only a music promoter targeting tween stars who is quite literally tone deaf. The story works right up until then when it ends as seriously as a heart attack with Iris wallowing in self-hatred. It's a very quick change of tone that's a bit stunning and hard to wrap your head around. On the other, it does answer questions as to why future Iris did at the end of the previous series finale and the story is enjoyable for it's zanier moments.

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 4/25/16 10:17 pm
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A galaxy-saving heroic legend is about to be born at a dart tournament, and Iris has to help him find himself before some Bovine warriors from his future exact vengeance over a beef they have with him.

This story feels like the sort of breezy parody that was at the heart of Iris' stories back during the Second series at the story pokes gentle fun at dart players and over the air sports commentators, and throwing in as many cow jokes as possible. It's a sublime second installment in the box set.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 4/23/16 11:35 am
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Panda and Iris are apart but living lives they dreamed of: Iris flitting from party to party throughout time and space while Panda is living a life of luxury and universal public acclaim for his greatness in...well everything. The situation is acted well and the absurdity of it is a bit humorous, but it's very obvious that they're living in fantasy worlds. The question as to the exact set up remains a mystery but the solution actually riffs on a chapter from Dark Eyes which is perhaps a bit more meta than usual. Still, a very well-played story.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 1/21/16 10:42 pm
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Iris arrives in the village of Midwinter where she runs into old flame and a series of unsolved murders. There are some funny bits in this story such as Panda's interrogation. The story seems to be a play on the hit TV series, "The Midsomer Murders"and fans of that program may appreciate this even more.

Still, this doesn't quite have the pop; of other Iris stories and feels like it went on too long for good The ending which resolves the series long story arc in a way that is confusing without being amusing.

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