Awesome Idea, Ive already made a Deredevil coaster for my SF park on RCT 2! I love the idea! I really think it could be like a B&M Sitdown and go through buildings and do really cool inversions. It could also maybe be the 1st B&M sitdown with a vertical drop because that kinda reminds me of daredevil when he jumps off buildings!
I made a Spider Man:TR thread a while ago about ride rights, and found that it really depends on if Warner Brothers or Paramount owns the rights to the movie or the Marvel character. And if they don't, it depends on how much they can buy the rights for. It was easy for SF to have Batman and Superman rides because they're far more popular than Daredevil.
I think the enclosed idea is great for a DD ride. Through out the ride they could have flashes of scenary depicting his sonar type ability. Also think the start of the ride should be straight down, no lift hill, just out of the station and down like 300 feet. Of course you would have to build an elevator to get to it.
Spider-man, Hulk, Daredevil, Wolverine, Storm, Captain America, among others, are taking up residence at the amusement park [Wonderland Sydney] thanks to a licensing deal Wonderland Sydney forged with marvel Enterprises, Inc. at the end of November.
I find it funny that you mentioned this because on I just read that article the same day I first saw this thread.
Two paragraphs later in the article:
Wonderland officials hand-picked eight characters, with Spider-man foil Green Goblin and Daredevil courterpart Elektra rounding out the group.
What's wierd is that Daredevil hasn't come out in Australia yet but the ride will still open even before the movie comes out.
Good thought greenday, however, I think Daredevil was made by 20th Century Fox, not Universal. Maybe those two studios are related somehow, but I doubt it. ------------------ Riding the Bull anywhere but the back is merely going for a walk.