Ever since Disney purchased the rights to Marvel, they have slowly began to insert Marvel characters at the Disneyland Resort. First, they sold merchandise, now, they have added character meet and greets inside Innoventions. Some characters including, Spider-Man, and Captain America. My question is this: Will Disneyland construct MARVEL LAND, and attractions to coincide with the land?
There has been talk about adding Marvel-themed rides at California Adventure, which makes a lot of sense. I love California Adventure park, but they could use a couple of more rides, since Disneyland park has so many.
Marvel is a very popular franchise. Disney should look to expand the franchise into the parks. For example, Hong Kong Disneyland will be adding the "Iron Man Experience" attraction next year. Why can't Disneyland, or California Adventure replicate the ride into its parks? Or, create a ride similar, but include different aspects to the ride?
MARVEL LAND would be a great addition to the Disneyland parks. They could possibly create an Avengers attraction, similar to the "Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man," in Universal Studios Orlando. Or, a Marvel-themed attraction similar to "Star Tours; The Adventure Continues."
There is an endless amount of possibilities Disneyland can do with Marvel in its parks. Why not look to expand on it sooner than later? What's the wait? Is it space, cost, or the fact they are committed to STAR WARS LAND? Whatever the case may be, Disneyland should look to expand on the Marvel franchise.
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