1. epic Mickey 1 was ok but had clunky controls and a terrible camera, but had an interesting premise, however, #2 was a bomb all the critics hated it and it way undersold.
2 chima is a new line of things and a show on Cartoon Network for Legos.
As for other things
-Whatever USH ends up getting will be good as the park currently has only a dozen attractions yet charges an $80 admission fee. I'd prefer something that's not a simulator or live show as they already have enough of those already. Perhaps they should copy the Madagascar area from Singapore to create a new kids area and them absorb the current kids area into Harry Potter land.
-I wasn't aware that SeaWorld San Antonio didn't have a pet show yet. It's been playing at the San Diego park since at least the mid-2000s (as Pets Rule), and was also playing at BGW (as Pet Shenanigans) when I visited a couple years ago.
-If World of Color was in 3D, they'd probably need to require everyone to have a show pass in order to see the show. Personally, I don't think it would make the show any better.
-Minor Correction: At 108 ft, Gold Striker is the tallest wooden coaster in Northern California, not the entire state. Colossus and GhostRider are both taller (125 ft and 118 ft, respectively), and are located within the state of California as well.