There are some immensely talented people floating out in the ether. These people, be they actors, directors, animators or editors, have simply not yet been found yet by studios, but certainly deserve to be. Thankfully, however, because of the internet, cream has a way of rising to top and the best stuff does get attention. Daniel Kanemoto's Walking Dead opening titles has fallen into this category.

Using artwork from Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore's comic book series, Kenemoto has created something absolutely brilliant. Ostensibly creating a motion comic with the song "Fresh Blood" by Eels playing over it, he has created a credit sequence so wonderful and perfect that it would be a crime not to use it on the show. Take the hint, AMC. There's still time between now and October 31st.

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