Tag Archives: DC Comics

Batman Stunt Show Proposed for Islands of Adventure Resurfaces

One of my favorite things about running Theme Park University is showcasing extinct attractions or even better, ones that never existed. It’s not an easy task, but every once in a while we get thrown a nugget. Theme park design companies will go through old files and come across something they want to share. In

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The Islands of Adventure That Never Was Part 8 – Joker’s Madhouse Walk-Through

Welcome back to our series on the Islands of Adventure attractions that never made the cut! As promised in part seven of our series, the DC Comics section of the park not only was going to feature a roller coaster, but a walk-through attraction as well! The following concepts were proposed for the post-show after

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An Interview With Rich Hill Artistic Director For Sally Corporation On Creating Justice League: Battle For Metropolis

Sally Corporation is creating one of the most anticipated attractions of 2015, Justice League: Battle for Metropolis 4D. Appearing in Six Flags St. Louis and Six Flags Over Texas, this will by far be the most immersive dark ride ever seen inside of a Six Flags park. Last week, Sally Corporation’s CEO John Wood unveiled their Joker

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Six Flags To Brings Dark Rides Back With Justice League: Battle For Metropolis

Six Flags, primarily known for thrill rides and roller coasters is finally bringing new dark rides back into Six Flags St. Louis and Six Flags Over Texas with Justice League: Battle For Metropolis. Instead of strolling in with a simple family fun attraction, they are kicking down the door with guns blazing. Seriously, I haven’t

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The Islands of Adventure That Never Was Part 1: The Bat Wing

After Universal Studios Florida opened in 1990 and became a worthy contender to compete in the theme park capital of the world, a small task force was put together to expand the property. The plan was to build a second gate along with hotels and a central shopping and dining complex. As early as 1991,

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