15. Love, Death And Robots
Computer animation has created a wide range of artistic styles over the years and as technology and software improves, the scope for originality has only expanded. One of the finest examples of this talent is Love, Death and Robots, created by Tim Miller and released in 2019 on Netflix.
A wide of studios have been brought on to create a range of mini-stories, kicking off with the well known Blur Studio. The creative work on display ranges from stunningly beautiful to unrelenting vicious and it certainly doesn't hold back on its adult oriented content either, making for an unfettered collection that always catches the eye.
With all eighteen episodes combined, Love, Death and Robots offers the broadest and most varied collection of visual stimuli on our list. It gives many different studios the chance to flex their creative muscles and create their own mini-stories. From a story perspective, some of them feel more experimental and basic, but they still create a unique identity for themselves.
The best are "Beyond the Aquila Rift, "Good Hunting" by Red Dog Culture House and "Blindspot" by animator Elena Volk. The show has also been renewed for a second season, opening the door for more imaginitive works.