Disneyland ‘Daily Bugle’ News Stand Now Features ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Teasers. The News Stand near the Spider-Man Meet and Greet in Disneyland has recently showcased a new publication of the slanderous newspaper, The Daily Bugle.
Reddit user, /u/Rober63, shared the new issue on his page with some interesting titles:
The titles read:
- “Mystery on Bleecker Street: STRANGE LIGHTS WITNESSED.”
- “Hell’s Kitchen Helps Harlem Hero: LAWYERS DEFEND VIGILANTE”
- “Where Stark Industries Goes Next: THE TECH LANDSCAPE SHIFTS”
- “AVENGERS HQ DESTROYED! WHERE WAS THE ‘HERO’ SPIDER-MAN DURING BATTLE?”
The “Bleecker Street” title is in reference to the residence of Dr. Stephen Strange. As for the strange lights, this could be a nod to the events in Avengers: Infinity War when Bruce Banner/Hulk fell from the sky via , or may be a tease to an event in the upcoming Marvel film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The second title refers to an event in Marvel Television’s Daredevil and Luke Cage. Both series have been cancelled by Netflix since the announcement of Disney+ was made, but the Marvel Television shows may find a new home in the future.
The title referring to Stark Industries alludes to how Stark Industries and technology as a whole in the MCU will change now that Tony Stark is gone.
Finally, the front page news clearly shows the results of the final battle with Thanos and the destruction of the Avengers Headquarters, but in typical J. Jonah Jameson style, tries to make it appear that Spider-Man was no where to be seen during the events on the battlefield. For those of us who have seen the film, it is obvious that Spider-Man returned during “The Blip” and was actively fighting Thanos and his army during the incursion.
What do you think of the Daily Bugle issues? Would you like to see Disney change up the issues more often? What other Easter eggs do you like to find around the Disney Parks? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments.
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