Anime Doctor Who by Otaking [Video]

Anime Doctor Who from Otaking (Paul Johnson), two years in the making. From Johnson:

13 minutes of the completed fake Doctor Who 80s-style anime. Drawn, animated and partially voiced by myself. Some bits are good, some bits are poor, but on the whole it turned out okay, I think. Enjoy! This is old school Who, so fans of the new reboot show may be confused by the fact that the Doctor is doing martial arts and Cybermen say “excellent.” Watch the classics and you’ll understand. You’ll also become almost instantly more handsome by watching classic Who.

What do you think, Whovians?

[via] [YouTube]

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17 Responses to Anime Doctor Who by Otaking [Video]

  1. The guy's got some serious talent. I like it for how gorgeous it is, but it's a shame there's a distinct lack of plot. I also don't like the bias the guy has against the new series, but that's just me. Still, Jon Pertwee's Doctor kicking arse once again? Win points for that much, at least!

    • This Otaking guy is rather arrogant and it ruins the experience for me. He always has to be asserting things in a self-righteous way.

  2. It's pretty good. i take it there'll be more continuity  in the finished thing? xD and you may want to work on the background music/noise, but otherwise: brilliant ^^

  3. That was amazing!  A bit jumpy plot-wise but I can understand that due to the using of original voices.  More like a really lengthy trailer for a very cool series.  Excellent work and thank you for choosing to use Classic Who and getting so many references in there – love the Emperor and heavy weapons daleks! 

  4. I enjoyed it, but it was a bit confusing to me as to why the girl spoke japanese–doesn't the Doctor translate everything just by being present or is that a recent innovation?

    And I think that Otaking is perhaps a bit too hasty in judging the new continuation, it has quite a lot of good parts to it, and I for one am seriously enjoying the newest season.

    • Could you do better? All by yourself? For one guy doing all the animation and splicing all the music and voices together, it's quite well done.