Since the launch of the Disneyland Resort’s Avengers Campus, die-hard Disney fans and Marvel aficionados have rushed to social media to share every little detail, hidden treasure, and Easter egg they’ve discovered in the new theme park attraction. Here are a handful of the Easter eggs people discovered around the park, ranging from Daredevil allusions to enormous Hulk-size trees that grow large owing to a unique component.
12A Gamma Radiation Leak has resulted in a Hulk-sized tree.
— Frederick Chambers (@HelmsmanFreddy) June 4, 2021
11Miles Morales has signed the graffiti art (Who Also Has A Locker)
— Parks And Cons (@ParksAndCons) June 5, 2021
10In ‘Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure,’ Lucky the Dog
Fun easter egg in Avengers Campus – Peter Parker has leftover some boxes from Lucky Dog’s Pizza; a reference to the lovable pet of Kate Bishop with the same name! pic.twitter.com/YywjPBpBKa
— Phil ⴵ The Horizoneer (@TheHorizoneer) June 3, 2021
9Scott Lang’s Oversized Cell Phone Functions as a Menu, Displaying His Personal Text Messages
8There are hints to the campus’s ‘history’ all around the park.
Disney gave Avengers Campus a fictitious background as the original location of Stark Motors, where Howard Stark initially experimented with flying vehicles and beautiful inventions. Evidence of this past can be found throughout the park, including the Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure located in an old factory.
7The Potato Gun Mark II Is In The ‘Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure’ Queue
6The Entrance To Doctor Strange’s West Coast Sanctum Is Covered In Mystic Symbols From The Film
5In the line for ‘Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure,’ there is a small reference to ‘It’s Tough To Be A Bug.’
4The ‘Kirby Krackle’ Caused By Taneleer Tivan’s Arrival
It’s so great to see parts of Avengers Campus opening to Guests! One particularly important area is right around Mission: Breakout! To reinforce the story of Taneleer Tivan’s traveling collection, we dove deep into a beloved Marvel Comics aesthetic device—the Kirby Krackle!
— Morgan Lee Richardson (@MRichardsonArt) May 2, 2021
3In the Ride Queue, there is a 1401 reference.
When Marvel Comics (AKA Timely Comics) initially opened its doors, it was in Suite #1401 of the Empire State Building. On plans, the whole Avengers Campus is referred to as Project 1401.
Sid Philips is a father of two and a loving husband. He currently resides in Pennsylvania and has been a fan of Disney since his parents took him there in 1980! Sid has visited multiple Disney parks around the world and loves each one!
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