Published on February 1st, 2014 | by Christian Cawley

Another Amazing Capaldi Doctor Who Opening From NeonVisual [VIDEO]

We’ve seen some awesome Doctor Who opening titles on Kasterborous of late – by fans, for fans (or perhaps future employment) but this latest effort by NeonVisual is surely the icing on this particular vortex-bound cake.

There is little else to say, other than to encourage you, dear reader, to press play and use the full screen option to truly enjoy this stunning work.

(Logo could still do with some work, though…)


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A long-term Doctor Who fan, Christian grew up watching the show and has early memories of the Graham Williams era. His favourite stories are Inferno, The Seeds of Doom and Human Nature (although The Empty Child, Blink and Utopia all come close). When he’s not bossing around the news team, Christian is a freelance writer specialising in mobile technology and domestic computing, and enjoys classic rock, cooking and spending time in the countryside with his wife and young children. You can find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

10 Responses to Another Amazing Capaldi Doctor Who Opening From NeonVisual [VIDEO]

  1. avatar Gwylock1 says:

    All the awesome evaporates as soon as those stupid names appear.

    • avatar David F says:

      What do you mean?

  2. avatar krumstets says:

    `The Deus Ex Machina By Steven Moffat’ – Cheeky!!

    The one place we never seem to see any of these awesome opening credits are on the programme itself ….

  3. avatar drewboynton says:

    Ooohhh…I think I love it!

  4. It’s way too over-the-top. Credits should be simple, but mysterious. This lays it all on too thick, and the creator has made too obvious choices depicting a journey through time and space. It’s like Michael Bay’s Doctor Who.

  5. avatar Al says:

    Nothing too new here as this is basically the same intro NeonVisual posted back in the fall, though the addition of Gallifrey is a nice touch. I don’t like their choice of typeface especially for the main title, and I found the episode title unreadable – there’s a reason why they don’t use stylized lettering on the TV show for the episode title. If they came up with a new font, or even just used the one currently in use, and made Capaldi’s face brighter again like it was in the earlier version of this, this would be a keeper.

  6. avatar TonyS says:

    I agree with Jamie. This is far too busy and overblown to be a credits sequence.

  7. avatar Jon Roberts says:

    Lets hope the real opening credits are as impressive

  8. avatar Geoff says:

    It is busy and OTT but they all have been since the star field sequence was introduced way back in 1980 so that’s not a reason to dismiss it. I like the way the Tardis doors creak when they open. In fact that whole part is smoother than the way they do it on the show but is that because this is done for computers not for TV broadcast? I’m sure someone with knowledge can tell me if that’s right?

  9. avatar Bar says:

    ok, but much prefer this one, for being different.
    the typeface for the actors’ names needs adapting, and a decent pic of Capaldi’s Doctor instead of the too smiley one used.
    But love hte clockface/vortex merge, and the gallifreyan knotwork – part of season 8 will be heading that way…

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