Magic Mountain guests will be in for a treat during the 2017 season.
For several years, it has been evident that Magic Mountain will receive the famed JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis dark ride. In early September, it was finally confirmed to come to the park for the 2017 season, but surprisingly, the Californian version will be a next generation of the popular attraction featured new twists. Along with this Six Flags E-Ticket, the surrounding area is expected to be re-themed as the fictional city of Metropolis. Check out some of the unique elements expected for next year's addition to the park.
HARLEY QUINN WILL BE PART OF THE ATTRACTION
For the first time ever, Harley Quinn will be premiering as an audio animatronic for this version of the ride. No, she will not look like 2016's Suicide Squad version, but instead, she will be the classic comic version of the beloved character. Harley will also be a part of the exciting new finale scene. We are so excited to see this amazing villain come to life like never before.
TWO PRE-SHOWS & FIRST 180-DEGREE INTERACTIVE TOROIDAL SCREENS
The original version of this attraction only has one pre-show room, but we are lucky to get TWO. It is expected to have interactive animatronic characters in both rooms. This version of the ride will allow riders to experience state-of-the-art gaming on new 180 degree toroidal screens, immersing heroes into the high-definition battle to save the city. With additions like these, the Californian Justice League will be the largest of all the clones.
METROPOLIS THEMED AREA
Metropolis will be an entirely remodeled section of the park. Guests will be able to dine at the "Ace O' Clubs" restaurant, which is currently JB's Smokehouse. There will also be a beer garden next to a newly refurbished waterfront foodcourt area. Rock Wall and Earl's Gas Station will be removed. Tidal Wave's entrance will be relocated to where it's current flash pass entrance was. Fans of THE RIDDLER's Revenge will be happy to know that it's stay as is, but could use some paint, eh? As for the rest of the rides around the area..... STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFO.
Edward De Leon - Editor in Chief of TCI