Anecdotally, Love, Death + Robots was the first adult animation that some people have ever seen, and it opened their eyes. Netflix suggests season 2 will be adult as well, with naked giants and Christmas demons.
Inspired by the iconic mid-1990s DC story from Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One begins as a brutal murder on Halloween prompts Gotham's young vigilante, the Batman, to form a pact with the city's only two uncorrupt lawmen (Police Captain James Gordan and District Attorney Harvey Dent) in order to take down The Roman, head of the notorious and powerful Falcone Crime Family.
Games Workshop and Warhammer Entertainment, who have a new boss in the shape of Finn Arnesen, have revealed the Genestealer Cults that'll take on the Blood Angels.
Life changes when rabbit called Shiro, a messenger from the gods, and an oni called Yasha, come to her, and Kanna crosses the line between mortals and the supernatural.
We start by watching Débora tattoo a strange symbol on to a rough-looking but pleasant enough guy. Then, on the way home, she notices the same sigil on a magazine.
No one speaks in the short, so you don't have to worry about languages or subs vs dubs, and the soundtrack is delightful.
Avarya opens with Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics which remind us that robots must now allow humans to come to harm. This includes not following orders that may conflict with those directives.
This sequence is the series 2 opening credits but without the credits. It's a chance to see the art and animation without the clutter, a tidy version.
This animation is a powerful telling of physical and emotional grief.
Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. But when an evil force threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity.