‘Love Death + Robots’ NSFW Season 2 Trailer Brings Futuristic Mayhem And Kink To Netflix

Anthologies have never really been my bag, but I know a lot of people who swear up and down that I’ll love Love Death + Robots. The animated series by Netflix and Tim Miller (Deadpool) is known for the wild combo of mayhem, sex, and violence it brings to the table, and what do you think they did for season two? Up the ante, of course.

A red band trailer for the upcoming 8-episode season looks pretty intense, featuring many different art styles and moods, plus a healthy dose of futuristic kink. Harlan Ellison, J.G. Ballard, and Joe Lansdale developed some of the stories, as well, which is reason enough to want to check this out.

Love Death + Robots season two hits Netflix on May 14th, so just a few days away.

Automated Customer Service
(10 minutes)
Directed by Meat Dept (Kevin Dan Ver Meiren, David Nicolas, Laurent Nicolas)
Animation Company: Atoll Studio
Based on a story by: John Scalzi

Ice
(10 minutes)
Directed by Robert Valley
Animation Company: Passion Pictures
Based on a story by: Rich Larson

Pop Squad
(15 minutes)
Directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Animation Company: Blur Studio
Based on a story by: Paolo Bacigalupi

Snow in the Desert
(15 minutes)
Directed by Leon Berelle, Dominique Boidin, Remi Kozyra, Maxime Luere
Animation Company: Unit Image
Based on a story by: Neal Asher

The Tall Grass
(8 minutes)
Directed by Simon Otto
Animation Company: Axis Animation
Based on a story by: Joe Lansdale

All Through the House
(4 minutes)
Directed by Elliot Dear
Animation Company: Blink Industries
Based on a story by: Joachim Heijndermans

Life Hutch
(10 minutes)
Directed by Alex Beaty
Animation Company: Blur Studio
Based on a story by: Harlan Ellison

The Drowned Giant
(10 minutes)
Directed by Tim Miller
Animation Company: Blur Studio
Based on a story by: J.G. Ballard

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