Love, Death & Robots S2, while never reaching the same heights as season 1, is a consistently entertaining collection of bite-sized animation
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I recap my thoughts of the first season of “Love, Death & Robots”, predict what will happen in Seasons 2, and give a hint for the next show on “Off the Beaten Path”
For the last episode of “Love, Death & Robots” we get an episode that should have been a video game. Feel free to read why.
With the penultimate episode of “Love, Death & Robots” we get ask an age old question. What would happen if Hitler died before his rise to power? The answer is funnier than you think.
After a number of intense episodes full of frenetic action and philosophical musings, “Ice Age” takes us down the lazy river of film fun.
After reaching the thematic heights of “Zima Blue” we have a fun ride involving a simple plan gone wrong in “Blind Spot”
We look at the last of my original three favorite episodes of “Love, Death & Robots”. Now the question is, how well does it hold up?
In this review, we look at an episode for all those who want an episode that aims for the space above the ground but below the bar.
For this review, I cover the episode that truly establishes what it means to be an “experience” story, with all the beauty and pitfalls contained.