As for Marvel stuff, I'm a fan of the characters, but I don't like the idea of attractions in Disney Parks. I'd prefer to leave them at Universal as there's something kinda creepy to me about the characters in real life... mainly because they're based on realistic looking characters in costumes. But that's just me... and I'm not sure Marvel fits in Disney parks.
But I'd think that Wall-E would be great as well as an attraction. But to be honest, as much as I love Pixar, I feel a little over saturated with the Pixar attractions. I think it would be almost refreshing to see Goofy or Donald or Mickey in an actual attraction beyond parades.
I'm still bitter I got fired so early on, though I admit my idea wasn't great. This game couldn't have come at a worse time - college exams and course wraps-up. I've been pulling 17-hour workdays, so the creative juices aren't flowing very well. Ironically, I'm studying fluid dynamics...
I hope this game gets hosted again at another time. Given a regular work week, I'd love to create some sketches for future ideas. Really helps to convey your thoughts. Also, it would be great if we could do a team battle, with each team member bringing a different expertise to the table.
Example:Team LeaderPublic Relations ManagerAccountant/FinancierEngineer and/or TechnicianCreative Consultant and/or Storyboard EditorSurveyoretc.
Problems could be posed and each part of the design process would have to be addressed. While I like many of the ideas in this Apprentice game, some of them are infeasible or, at the very least, don't explain how certain challenges would be overcome. It would be great to address a problem dead-on as a team, from start to finish. By working out the foreseeable problems, you may cause some people to say, "I never thought of doing it like that."