Love, Death & Robots is a result of collaboration of a variety of animation studios from around the world to create the 18 episodes, which represent 18 different visual storytelling styles. Episode 1 Sonnie’s Edge, for example, is told in a dark, neo-noir style, while Three Robots is told in a bright, witty style like Wall-E. No two episodes of Love, Death & Robots are the same because of the constant change in visuals. This gives the show a very unique charm. With some episodes, you will think you are watching a movie in the theaters, rather than a TV show.

1. Sonnie’s Edge

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Sonnie’s Edge is Netflix’s mental preparation for the next 17 episodes, which are said to be influenced by Pokémon, Pacific Rim, and an adult aspect. “Sonnie” is the primary character in this episode. She is an angry lady who is been insulted, assaulted, and tortured by men. beating every guy in the ring, both physically and metaphorically.

2. Three Robots

Humans as seen by three robots is the theme of the episode. In Three Robots, a post-apocalyptic world where humans are extinct is influenced by Wall-E. Many of the robots’ interactions with the audience will reveal that the robots’ view of humans is contemptuous and scornful.

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They can only think on smashing the ball to the point of exhaustion. No idea what this sentence means if it is not regarded as a statement that people are ignorant.
When it comes to beings with acid chambers, “expecting logic from them is overstating the case.” When it comes to the human digestive system and energy consumption, robots are “alarmed.”
Climate change and people’s passion for cats are also discussed. It may be amusing, but in this episode, cats are designed to be the antagonists, and they, along with climate change, have become important players in the extermination of humans. There is no guarantee that the future in Three Robots will not occur if Earth’s current ecosystem is not addressed?

3. The Witness

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This episode is visually beautiful. All the characters have a mixture of real-world and weird characteristics. Each time the time loop is repeated, the female and male characters trade places. As a result, this episode might be viewed as a metaphor for the fact that everything in life can not always be judged from afar.

4. Suits

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Enjoyable and Hollywood-style animation episode of animated TV series Love, Death + Robots. All of these elements are present in Suits: robots; aliens; shooting; invasion; camaraderie; marital love; sacrifice. It does, however, have a minor twist at the conclusion. The background of the episode appears like Jupiter, not Earth, as we zoom out. “Invaders” of the human farm look to be natives of that planet. Truly, it is the humans who are invading. When we look at the larger picture, we may see the reasons behind events.

5. Sucker of Souls

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As a result of the combination of science and imagination in this TV animation series, we should be cautious while looking for answers, because a new finding that we are aware of may not necessarily lead to a fruitful, nice results.

6. When the Yogurt Took Over

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What happens when yogurt rises to become human leaders is the shortest episode of TV animation series Love, Death & Robots. Even a yogurt dish grows smarter and better at taking care of people in this episode, which mocks the government for its ineffective governance methods. It has happened in real life that people have asked artificial intelligence to make critical decisions for the country instead of politicians because they were fed up with their manner of doing things, similar to this animation episode of Love, Death, and Robots.

7. Beyond The Aquila Rift

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This animated episode is designed to be short and sweet. People may prefer delusion over reality if they had to live as they do in the animation series.

8. Good Hunting

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When it comes to women who are mistreated by men, Good Hunting is somewhat comparable to Sonnie’s Edge. This sci-fi/historical tale reveals that women are often the victims of “victim-blaming,” which implies that they are blamed for many awful things that happen to them, but are not the cause of those occurrences. Using Liang’s help, the fox Yan was able to revert back to his original shape, and began his revenge quest. Also discussed in this episode are the positive and negative aspects of technology, as well as the rapid growth of industries or services in general.


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  1. Love, Death, and Robots – Adult TV Animation Series from Netflix (Part 1)
  2. Love, Death, and Robots – Adult TV Animation Series from Netflix (Part 3)


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