The only reason I say DCA should have them is that Marvel characters can be more adult and darker than most Disney Characters. And I don't mean just scary like Bald Mountain, or Simba's death, or depressed like Eeyore, or of course Bambi. I'm talking drugs, sex, and alcohol... violent death, etc.
There's something that would clash with Disneyland if Wolverine was walking around Toontown or Tomorrowland. Or if Elektra was creeping around Adventureland in a skimpy outfit... it just doesn't fit.
I just think it would work better in the same vein as the Programs in ElecTRONica. Plus they serve alcohol setting the tone at DCA without having to join anything like Club 33 making it a little more adult friendly I guess?
To see Asgard, any kind of Mutant Academy, or even something as crazy as the Black Panther or Spider-Man jumping across buildings... that'd be something else!
Marvel characters walking around tomorrowland wouldn't be all that odd. I agree that it wouldn't really work anywhere else though. Spiderman and Fanstasyland just don't really mix.
The other (albeit least likely) scenario is a totally new park. Could we see a Marvel water park? What about a sort of mini-park devoted solely to the Marvel Universe? Whatever comes of this I'm sure will be nothing short of astounding.
So I actually hope that Disney sugar coats the Hulk, Captain America, and Wolverine like the cute little Super Hero Force (or something like that) figurines you see at Toys R Us, Target, and Wal-Mart.
At least we'll never have to experience that turd of a movie called Wolverine!
At the same time I hope that Universal retains it's share of the Marvel franchise and that deals are not made to force the Hulk or Spiderman out of I.O.A..They would probably be lost forever because Disney surely wouldn't want to re-create any attraction that has become so identifiable with Universal.Unless , of course, they emulate the Muppet Babies and have Spiderman, Hulk and Dr Doom when they were little kids. ( kidding ! )
Point taken that most of the characters back stories are dark but young children are usually not aware of their stories in the first place. My 3 year old loves Punisher, needless to say he does not what makes him The Punisher.
We live in Florida, so of course I think everything should be in Orlando, haha!
Marvel is a good fit for Disney theme park's Tomorrowland. Usually, this land is difficult to theme and create attractions. Marvel comics utilize characters and storylines that suggest advanced technology and timelessness. Marvel's ideas won't expire as quickly. Tomorrowland will benefit with attractions that can remain timeless for decades to come. If new technology is invented, the attractions can be easily updated without any hesitation.