|Xenocide - 2017-11-29 |
Fly freely through the air, just like popular superhero Batman! He can do that, right? Bats can fly!
Aquaman: The Ride has been rebranded as Batman Drowns: The Ride.
|Centennial Ostrich - 2017-11-29 |
I never got to ride the Batman: The Ride roller coaster. However, I did get to watch the Batman stunt show at the Georgia Six Flags in the mid 90's. I remember when The Joker shot Batman out of a cannon (a completely black rubber effigy of Batman, mind you). The rubber dummy went straight up in the air, landed, bounced, and then The Joker got mad as another stuntman drove the Batmobile in circles for a couple minutes before another Batman got out and pretended to punch people.
Even in 7th grade, it was terrible.
Terrible? That sounds amazing.
Batman has always been puerile, and the bizarre insistence on attempting to avoid puerility has always confused me about Warner's handling of the property.
It goes in cycles.
Hoping for goofy Batman after these latest DC flops finish dying
|cognitivedissonance - 2017-11-30 |
Ah, the historical need to collect empty soda cans for a discount ticket to a theme park. Still used to this day.
|Cena_mark - 2017-11-30 |
I fondly remember Batman the Ride in Six Flags Over Georgia. It feels less special knowing other Six Flags had other Batman the Rides.
It's just so misleading, there's just one Batman, and there should only be one Batman THE Ride.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2017-11-30 |
Every time I play a theme park simulator, I name every ride (Absurd Movie Choice): The Ride. This ad might be to blame for that.
|Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2017-11-30 |
I'm surprised offspring of people killed by Batman: The Ride don't become masked vigilantes, providing an unrestricted area of justice to an inverted world.
Ever have the ride of your life with the Devil on the suspended, outside-looping, nothing-like-it-on-Earth experience?
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