Far more lethal, more dangerous than the last one.
After a considerably lengthy wait, the hit Netflix animated anthology Love, Death, and Robots finally released its second season.
Now, I was really immersed with the first season and was pained by the time (and uncertainty) of the next coming season. Add the fact that each episode is very short, so yeah, factor the waiting time and the amount of time you’d require to binge the series and you’ll get the idea.
In my opinion, it is impossible to review Love, Death, and Robots as a whole because every episode is just so different from the other. The plots are drastically different, the art style, too… so this would be more of a brush or a broad stroke of what the second series can offer.
In terms of quantity, LDR chopped it down by a couple of eps, but I figure that it’s better than having nothing at all.
And then, in terms of quality, like what I said, LDR could be somewhat a mixed bag. You get what you want… but not all the time. But I guess, every single one of them is worth checking out.
And as they’re all fairly short, one just has to watch it because I might be divulging plot points relevant to the story.
Personal faves for this season include Pop Squad and The Drowned Giant… and ohh! The short and sweet (?) All Through The House. The other episodes are good as well!
Mad props to David Fincher and Tim Miller for creating this show. Can’t wait for the next ones.
Where I watched it: Netflix
Images/screenshots from Google.