>needs more George Carlin
Should have gone with Cobo instead, you'll always be known as a silly diesel engine
Crashing this train...
luckily, no one was hurt.
You're an attention seeking faggot is what you are.
>powered by fear
Wow, I never realized what a goddamn jam the Thomas song is. It's like some Beatles/ELO shit.
I'd have no idea this was supposed to be Firestorm if the logo wasn't on it
>Living train engine on fire.
That would make an awesome videogame boss.
What market is this even meant for? Because between the toddlers and the super-autists who make regular autists look like normal and productive members of society, I don't recall either being generally associated with much in the way of disposable income.
>between the toddlers
Toddlers don't have money, their parents do dingus
>and the super-autists who make regular autists look like normal and productive members of society
NEETs throw around their disposable income like it's nothing
He took 40 rails, That's as many as four tens. And that's terrible.
>There are collectors who will shell out a fuckton of money for Thomas products.
>There are collectors who will shell out a fuckton of money for DC Comics products.
It's simple really. They want to make all the money ever.
>Additionally, Fisher-Price will also introduce a new set of 10 Thomas & Friends-SpongeBob SquarePants MINIS.
They didnt actually change out the magnets on the original toys for those shitty breakable looking plastic clips did they?
They did. Toys have dropped in quality significantly over the years.
I was looking at some of the new Star Wars toys last month. Boy are they complete fucking shit. The fucking 80s toys are like holy grail levels of quality compared to those, and I'm sure you remember the old 80s Star Wars toys.
But how much do those markets overlap? How many DC fags are going to be interested in Thomas versions of the characters? (I think displaying these would make even some of the more cringeworthy capefags think twice) and how many Thomasfags are interested in DC characters? It just seems like something aimed at a niche within a niche.
>Nothing is orange
Its fucking trash
NO, NO, NO, NO WE PROMISED NEVER TO SPEAK OF THIS ANON.
The book version isn't as scary, but the illustrations do give off an eerie air to it.
>That shed at the end
>The close ups of that red train chugging backwards for his life
Seriously what the fuck man
>Duncan gets spooked
Those fucking fireflies
>The shot of the train falling off bridge and plummeting into the river in the beginning.
>Duncan's fucking face at the end.
Seriously how the fuck can Thomas the tank engine be horrifying like that.
These unholy things need to be cleansed in fire.
"Oh you think the troublesome trucks are your allies. But you merely adapted the trucks. I was born with them, moulded by them. I never pulled couches till I was already really useful, by then it was nothing to me but CONFUSION AND DELAY! The trucks betray you, because they already belong to me."
Gunvor and Peter Edwards were great at atmosphere. Also they scarred me for life, so there's that too.