Check the New Looks in Disneyland's Avengers Campus

May 6, 2021, 3:28 PM · We are less than a month away now from the official opening of Avengers Campus at the Disneyland Resort. The new Marvel-themed land at Disney California Adventure will feature a new ride, an interactive show, and a counter-service restaurant, but today Disneyland is building anticipation for the land with a reveal of its cast costumes.

Disneyland is calling its Avengers Campus cast members "Campus Representatives," and the overall look for "Worldwide Engineering Brigade" reps working the new Spider-Man ride and its associated merchandise shop is casual, as if these campus representatives were your dorm RA from down the hall.

Elsewhere, workers at the new Pym Test Kitchen will wear lab coats, while those working the Doctor Strange show at Ancient Sanctum will wear a tunic and sash combination. Food cart workers get location-specific aprons, while other campus representatives in the land get cargo bottoms, a training shirt and a tactical-inspired vest. Here is Disney's video introducing the various costumes:

Avengers Campus opens June 4 at Disney California Adventure, the first of three planned Avengers Campus lands at Disney theme parks around the world, with additional lands planned for Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland.

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Replies (8)

May 6, 2021 at 3:34 PM

Man, Disney is just churning out announcements.

May 6, 2021 at 6:05 PM

Jeez, did they bring back Eisner to consult on Avengers Campus? Because it really harkens back to California Adventure's yesteryear with the "outlet mall" stylings and "we made this as cheaply as possible" aesthetic. Also nice touch continuing Paradise Pier's theme of maximum concrete and as little shade as possible.

I guess at least they finally have a ride where you can shoot at screens!

May 6, 2021 at 6:18 PM

Um, Robert, are we going to get a side by side of your old castmember uniform for Tom Sawyer Island and the new Avengers Campus outfits? C'mon, we can all vote on old vs new.

May 7, 2021 at 1:44 AM

This should have opened in 2017 when Guardians opened. There's something really bizarre about having the major awesome looking "weenie" attraction looming over the land...but that attractions has already been open for four years. That ruins the whole thing IMO, imagine if Radiator Springs Racers opened then Cars Land was built after, or Flight of Passage opened then Pandora was built after.

May 7, 2021 at 5:24 AM

Hmmm the webslingers outfit doesn’t even look like a uniform. I think I’d mistake the CM’s for regular park visitors and wonder why they’re asking how many in my spidey-party!

May 7, 2021 at 8:40 AM

I agree stevenz, those WEB CMs look like furloughed Hot Topic employees. The rest of the ensemble is decent, but you would think the one new ride in land would have some more unique and interesting costuming.

May 7, 2021 at 12:58 PM

I’m actually fine with all the looks!!

While the WEB CM’s style, initially may raise some eyebrows...but it truly fit the super “casual” theme Robert mentioned they are going for. There’s a reason they look like that!!

In connection with the attraction, it could actually make sense (once we get a inside the queue). We all know Disney’s capable of putting together some strongly themed wear for CM’ the WEB wear may actually fit the theme...we just don’t know until it opens!!

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