Post by James on Apr 7, 2019 12:00:34 GMT
Thomas and Friends
Times Are a Changing…
Since Thomas returned from his Big Adventure around the world with new friend Nia, a lot has happened on Sodor. After Rosie got promoted to Vicarstown Pilot for preventing a nasty accident, James became very jealous and causes havoc at Tidmouth Sheds! With the engines split up Edward is forced to accept a new arrival needs the company of the Steam Team more than he does, and comes to a surprising decision…
Meanwhile, Rebecca the new Express engine does her best to make her mark when she arrives on the Island, Henry feels overworked and struggles to manage night trains as well as helping out new arrivals to the railway, and Gordon becomes resistant to changes the Fat Controller is making before finally taking a stand! Discover the twists and turns with faces old and new moving around Sodor in eight all new adventures!
All Aboard for a Big Adventure!
2. The Fastest and the Rest
3. Henry’s Nia-Miss
4. False Start
5. A Shed From Edward
6. Get a Move On!
7. For Forever
8. Come Together
So, I wasn't really sure where to post this, since it's a mini-series that varies between completely new stories, light retakes on some recent CGI episodes and full on adaptations, so it might as well get its own thread.
Basic idea for this I think you can already tell: inspired from some other fan comments about how to do the recent arcs about Nia and Rebecca's arrivals, engines moving out of Tidmouth and general plots in the show's past few seasons, this is my take on a number of ideas and episodes from across S21 and S22.
Out of all the episodes related to this arc in the show, the only two that stay the same and I'm not touching are 'Confusion Without Delay' and 'An Engine of Many Colours'; both are wonderful episodes and I wouldn't be able to do them justice, or indeed need to change them. Imagine CWD between 'Henry's Nia-Miss' and 'False Start', and AEOMC between 'Get a Move On!' and 'For Forever'. On that note, imagine the above as a theoretical DVD back cover of this overarching story.
With all that said, let's get started!