That wouldn’t make sense to the story being told. Avengers CAMPUS is a rare case of contemporary Disney trying to shape space and the tower was dropped down outside of and with little regard for the organization of the CAMPUS. If anything Pym Test Kitchen and the Avengers Wall of Hope for a Future Attraction should be angled more towards the ruins around which the CAMPUS is built to reinforce that aspect of the story and the tower’s story.
I am a little disappointed that the trolley drop off won't be a little more elaborate. For some reason I assumed the trolley would stop inside the Avengers building where the Quinn Jet sits. I thought it was going to stop inside and kind of a welcome to AC section. But based on the photos that building is nothing but a façade at the moment. I guess you get dropped off in the front of MB.
A villain would be nice. But none of us have been on the ride, so I guess the real question is does any of us really know?Does any villain appear in the spiderbot ride? Isn’t good conquering evil part of what makes the Marvel movies fun? It should apply to attractions too.
That's fantastic. But I'm still going to withhold my judgement until I experience it myself, which is a stance I take for every new attraction. I'm waiting to see if not having a villain is as terrible as people are making it out to be. If it's a fun experience without one, then I'm not worried at all. But if it's not fun then I'm probably just going to skip it future visits.There's some Cast Members who have already gone on Spider-Man with there already being some second hand impressions already posted here.
Wait- I was one of the people who said it looked like an office park, but I wasn’t being snarky or angry— I’m super excited about the Avengers Campus! I guess I meant it in a good way?How many ""office parks"" have an alien tower, giganticized kitchen accoutements, and a mystical garden?
I guess it's ""cool"" to be snarky about Disney because ""ANGER!!"", but y'all give away your emotionalism when your criticisms ridiculously miss the mark.
See, @lazyboy97o understands me. Even when he doesn’t agree...“Office park” was used as a description in defense of the land.
Not every comic book needs a personified villain. One's creation gets out of hand and needs to be contained is a staple of the comics.Does any villain appear in the spiderbot ride? Isn’t good conquering evil part of what makes the Marvel movies fun? It should apply to attractions too.
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