Get Peter Capaldi's 'Doctor Who' stare with 'Capaldeyes'

Lash out at the next Doctor by printing out Peter Capaldi's intense glare in time for the "Doctor Who: Time of the Doctor" Christmas special.

Peter Capaldi's intense glare could probably stop time in its tracks.
Peter Capaldi's intense glare could probably stop time in its tracks. BBC One

While millions of fans will be watching "Doctor Who: Time of the Doctor" on Christmas Day to see Matt Smith deal with daleks, cybermen, and awkward nudity, many are anxious to see how he'll hand the Tardis over to Peter Capaldi, who will become the 12th Doctor.

Though the fan base has expressed mixed feelings about showrunner Steven Moffat's casting choice of Capaldi, Smith told The Daily Mirror that he has no doubts about his successor: "I don't think anything can prepare you for the experience of what being the Doctor in 'Doctor Who' is, but I think he's as ready as he can be. I've just said, 'Have a good time, mate.' He'll be great. Peter will hit the ground running and keep flying."

If you're looking for a way to celebrate the new Doctor, you can print out your very own pair of "Capaldeyes," courtesy of the Whovian Leap Blog, to look like the next Time Lord himself.

Print out your own pair of Capaldeyes to watch the new "Doctor Who."
Print out your own pair of Capaldeyes to watch the new "Doctor Who." Whovian Leap Blog

The Whovian Leap Blog says: "You can quite literally be 'The Watcher' to the 11th Doctor as you bid him farewell on Christmas Day. How? It's easy! You don't have to be K9, Zoe, Romana or even Adric to make them!"

Capaldi even has his own Eye Shot Appreciation Fan Club and hilarious memes thanks to his dramatic eye-acting in the 50th anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" and the below "Doctor Who" promo from BBC One.

About the author

Crave freelancer Bonnie Burton is the best-selling author of "The Star Wars Craft Book" and host of the Web show "Geek DIY." When she's not writing or vlogging about sci-fi pop culture, robot fighters, and taco-delivery drones, she enjoys acting out Benedict Cumberbatch replicant fantasies with her Admiral Sackbar puppet. E-mail Bonnie.

 

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