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Superman at Six Flags Magic Mountain now twice as good

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  • Superman at Six Flags Magic Mountain now twice as good

    Our pal Brady MacDonald, of the LA Times Funland Blog, just tested the tweaked and relaunched Superman ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain and loved it.

    I used to think the ride on the Superman shuttle coaster essentially ended when the car reached the climatic 415-foot-high peak. But now that Six Flags Magic Mountain has flipped the trains around to run backward, the fun is just getting started when you reach the top.
    This is a great review that I highly recommend you read. While he absolutely loved the ride, he does have some tips and fair criticisms as well.

    Six Flags Magic Mountain's Superman coaster review: Twice as good - latimes.com
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