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There is a reccuring theme of broken or damaged left arms throughout the series.
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Netflix explained on Twitter they are experimenting with the episode order by presenting four different episode orders to different viewers.
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In the episode "Helping Hand" the astronaut identifies the satellite she is there to repair as "LV-426". LV-426 is a nod to Ridley Scott's film Alien (1979) and name of the planet where the alien is found.
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In the episode, 'The Witness', Director and Art Director, Alberto Meilgo, drew inspiration for the protagonist from a concept art of Peni Parker from 'Into the Spiderverse', in which he was Lead Art Director.
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The episodes "Beyond the Aquila Rift" and "Zima Blue" are from the book that is called "Zima Blue and Other Stories" that is by Alasdair Reynolds.
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At the beginning of each episode, the three-sign logo of the series changes into signs that hint at the story in the episode.
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The project started off as a theatrical reboot of 'Heavy Metal' (1981).
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In episode three "Three Robots" there is a scene that closely resembles the scene in Terminator, where the T-800 steps over a human skull.
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Netflix's adults-only animated anthology series Love, Death & Robots has been executively produced by David Fincher and Tim Miller
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The voice of young Hitler in "Alternate Histories" is done by Dieter Jansen. Dieter, who's actually native Dutch and half German, voices Mr Hobson on The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show (2015). Chris Parnell, the voice of Mr Peabody, voices The Cat in episode #1.2 "Three Robots".
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Made by using many different styles of animation.
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First season = 18 episodes.
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Tim Miller director of Deadpool (2016) works with Nolan North voice actor who voices Deadpool in the High Moon video game Deadpool (2013)
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In the episode "3 Robots", the game "Exploding Kittens" is a card game that belongs to "the Oatmeal", a digital comics artist.
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