“I’m kind of sad that they are altering the Tower of Terror ride to
become Guardians of the Galaxy. While the movie was good I wish they
weren’t changing one of the last few things that represents California
from California Adventures.”
I don’t usually make artwork of Youtubers, Streamers, etc. But I truly enjoyed JackSepticeye’s, or Sean’s, playthrough of The Last Guardian. So, here’s a quick artwork of him as the little boy, with his very own Trico.
“I really don’t like what Disney has planned for California Adventure. A Marvel land just seems so much like Universal Studios and while I’m sure it will fun, I have a feeling the magic of Disney won’t be as prominent. I’m going to miss the Tower of Terror so much.”
Completed in 1958 to serve as a TV broadcasting tower for the Kanto region. (It has since expanded to include broadcasts digital television, radio and digital radio.)
Based off the Eiffel Tower and 13 meters taller (333 meters total). At the time of its construction, it was the tallest freestanding tower in the world.
A third of the steel used to build it was taken from damaged U.S. Korean War tanks.
It shows up a lot in Japanese genre fiction, not just kaiju movies, to the point that it has its own TV Tropes page.
The gifs here are from Mothra (1961), Giant Monster Gamera (1965), King Kong Escapes (1967), Gamera, Guardian of the Universe (1995), Godzilla: Tokyo SOS (2003), and Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo (2013). Tokyo Tower has also been destroyed in Godzilla: Final Wars (2004), the Godzilla sequence in Always Sunset on Third Street 2 (2007), the first episode of Ultraman Ace (where it’s hilariously undersized), and likely many more occasions that I’m forgetting.
Friendly reminder that Walt Disney World’s Tower of Terror is NOT becoming a Guardians of the Galaxy attraction. The version residing in Disney’s California Adventure Park which is located in the DISNEYLAND RESORT is. SO
Which Is in California is dying for Guardians of the Galaxy