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Friday, May 14, 2021

Love, Death, And Robots Powerful Scenes

The First Volume of this Netflix Anthology
Series Had Some Deep Moments
Love, Death, And Robots (Volume 1) was one of the biggest surprises to hit Netflix in 2019. It’s a pretty incredible animated anthology series from Tim Miller and David Fincher. The show was inspired by the film “Heavy Metal” but it gets much deeper than its source material.
Love, Death, And Robots (Volume 2) hits Netflix May 14, 2021
The show contains many incredible episodes. Stories like “Sonnie’s Edge”, “Zima Blue”, “Lucky 13”, “Beyond The Aquila Rift”, and “Helping Hand” are all beautiful works of art. They feature some truly poignant moments that will stick with you for a long time.
The show features 18 episodes that vary wildly in quality. Some moments from the series may be beautiful, but some are down right forgettable. For every haunting, and terrifying moment, there’s another that’s just juvenile and unnecessary. Which moments are the truly unbelievable ones? Well, we’ve got the ten best for you. Here are Love, Death And Robots Most Powerful Moments Ranked.

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