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Anyone who has been to Six Flags Magic Mountain in the past 13 years knows what Superman: The Escape is. With a tower hovering at a very commanding 415 feet tall, it’s very hard to miss from almost anywhere in … Continue reading
I went to Six Flags Magic Mountain today with the hopes of catching a ride on the newly refurbished Superman: Escape from Krypton during their technical rehearsals for season pass holders. Unfortunately, they were not conducting tests today because of … Continue reading
Today was the first day of a “Sneak Peek” technical rehearsal that Six Flags Magic Mountain is conducting of Superman: Escape from Krypton. An invitation was sent out to all Season Pass holders on Wednesday inviting them to come to … Continue reading
Superman: Escape from Krypton was undergoing testing today at Six Flags Magic Mountain using water dummies. Unfortunately, one of the launches failed and the car stalled on the track. Fortunately, I just happened to catch it on video.
As you can see from the following photo, there is now a new car located on both tracks of Superman: Escape from Krypton at Six Flags Magic Mountain.
There has been lots of speculation lately about the refurbished Superman: Escape from Krypton that will re-open on March 19th at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Are there two new rear-facing cars that will race each other? Will they swap out … Continue reading
According to a L.A. Times article posted earlier today, Six Flags Magic Mountain has announced that Superman: Escape from Krypton will reopen on March 19th. The new trains, with over-the-shoulder restraints to allow the trains to travel backwards, are due … Continue reading