David Fincher and Tim Miller curate 18-episode adult animated anthology Love Death and Robots, which is full of sentient dairy products, rogue werewolf solders, robots gone wild, sexy cyborgs, alien spiders and blood-thirsty demons.

Somewhat like an exquisite corpse project, Fincher and Miller collected a range of stories that span genres and styles from all over the globe, including best-in-class animators from France, Korea, Hungary, Canada and the U.S. The trailer, above, is a super-fast look at everything viewers will experience will tune into the show, which is neither ‘safe for work’ nor ‘suitable for the mainstream,’ according to Netflix.

Below is the U.S. version of key art for the show, although Netflix created different versions for different countries as well.

Love Death and Robots drops on Netflix on Friday, March 15.

U.S. key art for Netflix's 'Love, Death + Robots'
U.S. key art for Netflix’s ‘Love, Death + Robots’

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