Love, Death and Robots gets a second season on Netflix
It’s only been a couple of months, but David Fincher’s weird and wonderful animated series is already getting a Volume Two.
This time around, Love, Death and Robots will be backed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson, director of the Kung Fu Panda franchise – who is completely running the show.
Netflix announced the new series with a trailer on the NX Twitter – an account for its sci-fi, fantasy and anime offerings.
If you haven't already seen it, Love, Death and Robots is perfect to binge, with episodes ranging from five minutes to nearly 20. Various visual styles are used too, including CGI, classic 2D animation and more.
As you might expect from its producers – Seven director David Fincher and Deadpool director Tim Miller – episodes veer between darkness and humour.
One follows a hitman trying to kill Dracula, another “a plot for world domination by a super-intelligent yogurt”. It certainly gets quirky.
We’re not completely sure if the series will continue on stories from the initial volume or give us all-new tales. Only time will tell.
No news yet on when it’ll be released, but it’s certainly a surprise given the fact the first volume was only released back in March this year.