Uncle Walt’s Insider has all of the interesting tidbits about the new superhero land!
ANAHEIM, CA – The new Avengers Campus is open at Disney’s California Adventure, and it’s very Marvel-y! (Marvel-licious, Marvel-ized, Marvel-oid… There’s a good adjective wordplay in there somewhere…)
We at Uncle Walt’s Insider, of course, know more about it than you do. (That’s why we have a website running this article and you don’t.) Happily for you, we just can’t wait to share some of the Marvel-eller (Marvel-ity, Marvel-ing… Marvel-ish! That’s it. Marvel-ish.) facts our exhaustive research has uncovered.
If you look closely, there are spoilers for the ending of Avengers: Endgame.
Don’t tell us if you find out. We haven’t seen it yet.
Freshmen students are required to live on-campus.
And there are two courses of study: the hero track and the
loser track “hero support.”
Don’t miss the statue of Flik giving Stan Lee the deed to Bug’s Land.
The bronze tear coming from Flik’s eye is a nice but bittersweet touch.
Black Widow isn’t actually Black.
It’s awkward every time she and Black Panther are together.
For legal reasons, the word “Marvel” is prohibited on campus.
Unless you work it into a pun, like we so masterfully did in the intro.
Hawkeye can walk around without being recognized.
Just like in the movies!
Your shoes might accidentally stick to some of Spider-Man’s webbing.
No, wait, never mind. Someone just dropped some gum.
Stan Lee’s frozen body is somewhere under Avengers Campus.
Keeping Walt’s clone company.
They have a hard time keeping ‘Defense Against the Dark Arts’ teachers.
And you have to watch out for the moving staircases.
Neil Degrasse Tyson thinks that Iron Man can’t actually fly like that.
He just spoils everything, doesn’t he?
To gain access to Avengers Campus, your Disney Movie Insider account must show purchase codes for all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies.
Yes, I know we said that we hadn’t seen Avengers: Endgame. But we did buy it.
What surprised you most (about this article)? Let us know in the comments below!
Cover photo: You can visit Avengers Campus now, but no one would tell us how to enroll or what tuition costs. Photo courtesy of Disney Tourist Blog, used by permision.