Category Archives: Marvel Comics

Iron Man 3 exhibit coming to Disneyland’s Innoventions on April 13


Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries Coming to Innoventions at Disneyland Park

From the Disney Parks blog/ by Erin Glover, Manager, Social Media and Print, Disneyland Resort 

Attention Iron Man fans! To celebrate the upcoming release of “Iron Man 3,” opening in theaters May 3, an exciting new exhibit is coming to Innoventions at Disneyland park in California – featuring actual set pieces from the film!

Beginning April 13, Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries will give Disneyland park guests the chance to see Tony Stark’s Hall of Armor, featuring Iron Man suits Mark I-VII – the same suits featured in “Iron Man 3.” Continue reading

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A Lesbian wedding at Tokyo Disney and Marvel characters at Hong Kong’s Disney?


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Why does it seem that Disney’s Asian resorts are having a lot more fun than we are here in Orange County?  Tokyo’s Disneyland hosted a gay wedding on Friday which went viral on social media there, the NYT reports:

“My partner Hiroko and I just held a gay wedding at the Tokyo Disney Resort. Even Mickey and Minnie are here to celebrate with us!” Ms. Higashi, 28, wrote in a Twitter post that also had a picture of the newlyweds posing with the big-eared Disney characters and a flower-festooned cake. Her entry was reposted more than 6,000 times, drawing largely positive responses. Continue reading

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Should DCA have gone with an Avengers Land instead of Cars Land?


“Trips to Disney’s Anaheim parks hit an all-time high for the spring and early summer season, just as the transformation of Disney California Adventure was being unveiled,” according to an article published by the O.C. Register on August 8, 2012.

“Disney essentially bet the farm with Cars Land as the land, with its incredibly detailed Ornament Valley Mountain Range and E-Ticket attraction, Radiator Springs Racers, was rumored to cost nearly $1 billion by itself, or nearly as much as the entire Disney California Adventure park when it first opened in 2001,” according to the Huffington Post. Continue reading