Love, Death & Robots Season 3: Fans Torn Between The Best Episode – Jibaro vs Bad Travelling

Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots are no longer the streaming service’s little secret. Developed by the director of Deadpool, this series gives visionary filmmakers the chance to tell unique sci-fi stories via animation that is as slick and stylized as they are photo-real. While this volume does not offer as many standout episodes as its previous two, it still delivers on a professional level with masterful storytelling across a broad range of animation styles. And the credit goes to two of its best episodes: “Jibaro” and “Bad Travelling.” With that being said, fans are continuously echoing their perception regarding why they think either of the two is “the best.” Let’s check out what’s so special about these two episodes, one after the other, and also what fans are saying about them.

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Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots Season 3
Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots Season 3

Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots: Jibaro

“Jibaro” by Alberto Mielgo, who has also made the award-winning short “The Witness” (also animated by Volume One), tells the story of a gilded lake-siren and a knight involved in a sensual and deadly dance. The characters’ pantomime conveys control and despair. “Jibaro” plays with tension thanks to fast editing, excellent music, and animation showing abstract motion that suggests mobility from primitive times. These ideas combine to achieve an eerily poignant statement about colonialism as portrayed through siren songs that lure adventurous men to their deaths on the lake’s poisoned waters.

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Love, Death + Robots Jibaro
Love, Death + Robots Jibaro

Fans’ reactions

Fans Think ‘Bad Traveling’ Is The Episode

The debut of famed Director David Fincher’s animation was just as adventurous as any of his thrillers. It shows us the gradual descent into desperation as a captain is forced to choose between saving himself and sacrificing his own men on board his ship. The animated short clearly depicts the consequences that come with making a choice some consider to be unjustifiable even in the face of death.

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Love, Death + Robots Bad Traveling
Love, Death + Robots Bad Traveling

Fans’ reactions

With all being said, Love, Death + Robots Season 3 is streaming exclusively on Netflix.

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