I agree about the Hulk coaster and Dr Dooms drop ride. But the theming around the area is up to Disney's standard. And the Spiderman is certainly something you would expect to find at Disney.I think a lot of it has to do with the way the attractions are presented. A roller coaster with the name of a superhero slapped on it isn't going to have the same effect as a fleshed out, Disney quality attraction.
I'm not disputing this point at all. I am not dead set against the idea of adding Marvel to the parks. But to have an entire park dedicated. Sorry I'm not convinced. Unless the Resort wants to attract a completely new audience this park will not work with the current Disneyland park goer. And its my understanding Management want to make Disney a multiple day destination.The point i was making is that the brand of marvel sells like hotcakes. walk into a walmart or target and tell me just how much merch you see with a marvel character slapped on to it, most of it aimed at kids/teens.
I merely sited the avengers numbers as a gage for popularity in all demographics