The first show that Netflix dropped in 2018 is their cynical post-dystopian anthology “Black Mirror” for all sci-fi geeks to binge after the first midnight of the year has chimed in.
Did you know, and prepare yourselves to be mindblown if you didn’t, that the show is actually called “Black Mirror” because tech users can see their reflection on the black screens of our gadgets. The show eerily depicts society’s current obsessions and transforms it into an imaginable yet dark era.
It’s shows like “Black Mirror” that make you heavily reflect on today’s society and where it’s headed—plausibly why it’s one of the top-rated and raved-about shows of today. If you’re just as obsessed with “Black Mirror” as we all seem to be, you must check out Butcher Billy’s commissioned artwork for Netflix!
The Brazilian artist draws the futuristic concepts of the show in retro comic covers. Butcher Billy names his project of the reimagined episodes as “Tales of the Unexpected Black Mirrors.” He recreates the essence of each TV film into a single powerful image, which we think is just as sick and disturbing as what we get to stream online.
His style for the comic covers mainly uses the 50s pop art style, and it just makes us wish that “Black Mirror” comic books were a real thing.
“Black Mirror” season 4 is now streaming on Netflix.