Justice League: Battle for Metropolis is easily my favorite ride in the park. However Goliath is still my favorite coaster. With this being said why I like Justice League so much isn't just because of it's immersive theming. I also love the competitive aspect of it. So when I'm alone at the park, it just isn't the same for me.
So long story short, I started my day off at Goliath.
There wasn't much a line at all. It's hard to believe this had waits estimated to be over four hours when it opened in June 2014.
Being my favorite with a short line. All things considered, I had to battle the giant one more time.
Fiddler's Fling is coming along nicely and only has to have the covers put on each individual car.
Hmmm. The chain is still down, but there isn't a ride operator. Is this ride open? Well, it's obvious to me that it isn't. But knowing some park guests and their reasoning, I wouldn't be surprised if somebody walked onto the platform and sat down in a car.
Heck even the gate is open.
I wanted to ride X-Flight but it was down as I walked by. So Demon is always a good backup as it usually has little to no wait. Only had to wait one train for the front row.
Exiting Demon I noticed X-Flight was taking recruits once again and had a reasonable line forming. While it may be getting a little shaky in the back, this B&M winged coaster still delivers great rides towards the front.
I had to work so I left the park after the first hour, but was let go early and returned for the last hour as well. I got some quality night rides on Viper and Whizzer.
Just to show you. Here is Hometown Square with your average lights. Now cross under the Railroad bridge and there's a whole nother story.
This whole shot is lit up by an LED screen that plays continuous ads on a loop. I get that the park needs sponsorships and all that jiberesh, but I put my foot down when it temporarily blinds people right before entering a darker section of the park.
The Pictorium has sat dormant throughout the season and has many questioning it's future in the park. Or rather the lack if it's future in the park.
I love Sky Trek Tower at night and can't help but take a picture. During the day it gets overlooked, but it's hard to overlook the giant white cabin sitting over 300 feet in the air looming over the park.
Well that's all folks! Continue to read out trip reports from other Six Flags. We've also split into other chains so stay a lil while here at Planet Six.