Netflix have just shared our first look at Tim Miller (Deadpool) and David Fincher’s (Fight Club) new animated anthology series – Love, Death, and Robots.
The episodes will be between 5-15 minutes each and they will all be created in a different animation style, including photorealistic 3D CGI! The short animations will vary in genre, from comedy and horror, to science fiction and fantasy. There will be 18 episodes in total!
In a tweet, Netflix said, “All of them are incredibly demented and definitely unlike most animation out there.”
From our first look at the images below, we think there’s even more reason to be excited for this anthology than just the names attached to it!
Which still below has caught your attention?
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Here’s a sample of what you can expect from Tim Miller’s (guy who did Deadpool) and David Fincher’s (guy who did Fight Club) animated anthology Love, Death, and Robots:
?ROBOTS GONE WILD
?BLOOD-THIRSTY DEMONS FROM HELL pic.twitter.com/obj5Dj5JRU
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) January 7, 2019