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When Neil Gaiman‘s name is attached to anything, you can expect something weird and wonderful. And it already looks like we’ll get that tenfold with the upcoming Amazon series Good Omens.
Gaiman is marking his first time as series showrunner with the adaptation of his and Terry Pratchett‘s satirical fantasy novel, but it was still a question of how much of that signature Gaiman gothic flair would make it to the series. Based on the Good Omens opening credits: plenty.
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The elaborate title sequence is seeing a comeback recently, with True Detective turning it into an art form, and series like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina making it a stunning homage to the source material. The Good Omens opening credits sequence does all that and more.
Created in eye-popping cut-out animation, the 1-minute title sequence follows paper cut-outs of Michael Sheen and David Tennant‘s characters — the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley, respectively — as they travel through the world on a mission to stop the oncoming Armageddon. They make their way through tropical locales, burning metropolises, and finally, into the depths of **** in one gorgeous sequence that feels like...
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