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Love, Death + Robots Art Book includes beautiful images, foreword by John Scalzi

Netflix series Love, Death + Robot is receiving an official illustrated companion book and Collider has your exclusive look at the images and preface for the The Art of Love, Death + Robots, will dive into the creative process behind the hit show. Created by Tim Miller and David Fincher, Love, Death + Robot invites different directors and artists to bring sci-fi stories to life. The new companion book will explore the artistic choices made for each of the three episodes of the anthology, with the third set to premiere on Netflix in 2022.


The Art of Love, Death + Robots Also comes with a preface from the sci-fi author John Scalzi, who had three different short stories adapted in the first volume of Love, Death + Robot: “Three Robots”, “When Yogurt Ends” and “Missed From Possible Futures #1: Alternate History Search Results.” In his foreword, Scalzi praised the program and how it made the universes he created “wider, more colorful, more visceral”. Scalzi also emphasizes how different groups have the freedom to experiment in each episode of Love, Death + Robot, helping to create distinct worlds that he’s excited to explore as part of the audience.

Because of the unique art style of each episode Love, Death + Robot As one of the main reasons the show became so popular, a book with a behind-the-scenes look wouldn’t be complete without some breathtaking visuals. That’s why The Art of Love, Death + Robots features loads of beautiful concept art, character studies, costume sketches, paintings, media designs, storyboards, original vision decks, and finished frames. Additionally, to help fans make sense of every piece of art, the book includes interviews with key artists and creators, along with Miller and Fincher.

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The first episode of Love, Death + Robot, consisting of 18 episodes, was released on Netflix in March 2019. Due to the success of the series, the show was renewed for a second episode of eight episodes released earlier this year. The third volume is currently in production, with no release date yet. The series was critically acclaimed by the public and critics, and won 11 Emmy Awards for Episodes 1 and 2, including two for Outstanding Animated Short Form Program.

The first two episodes of Love, Death + Robot now available on Netflix. Episode 3 will come to the streaming platform in 2022. The Art of Love, Death + Robots will launch on May 31, 2022. Check out Scalzi’s touching foreword and some images from the companion book below:



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