Spider-Man W.E.B. Adventure has opened with the rest of Avengers Campus at Walt Disney Studios Park in Disneyland Paris. The land is somewhat similar to its California counterpart, but with a few differences. For example, Paris has Avengers Assemble: Flight Force instead of Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout!
The Paris version of WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure is Spider-Man W.E.B. Adventure, and we have a full ride video and detailed photos to share.
The Worldwide Engineering Brigade, or W.E.B., building is very expansive. The façade is designed to look like the Brigade took over an old Stark Motors facility.
The brick and steel are representative of the leftover factory building, while the sleek red and grayscale additions were adapted for the Avengers Campus.
There are three entrances side-by-side: single rider, premier access, and standby.
Health and safety warnings are posted outside the doorways.
For fans of themed trash cans, check out the WEB design here.
The queue takes a quick jog through a covered hall before emerging back outdoors.
The barriers have the WEB logo.
A peek out from the queue reveals PYM Kitchen and banners for the Worldwide Engineering Brigade open house, which you are about to attend.
An old Stark Motors ad can be seen, advertising that the company was “taking cars to new heights,” like the prototype flying car Howard Stark shows off in “Captain America: The First Avenger.”
Even the queue stanchions have the WEB logo.
Posters in the queue explain the backstory. There are also engineer spotlights featuring various Marvel characters who belong to WEB and had a hand in inventing some of the technology. To the left, we can see a spotlight for Harley Keener, who was the child that helped Tony Stark in “Iron Man 3.” The poster explains that he worked on the technology for the WEB power band.
The next featured engineer is Onome, a prodigy from Wakanda who worked on the Slinger (the ride vehicle).
This one explains, “The Worldwide Engineering Brigade was founded as a place for engineers to explore ‘unusual’ ideas and invest without limitations.” This poster features Doreen Green, otherwise known as Squirrel Girl, who worked on the Spider-Bots.
Lunella Lafayette, otherwise known as Moon Girl, was behind the technology for the WEBVision glasses.
Of course, Peter Parker is also featured for his work on the WEB shooters.
Another poster shows schematics for the SLINGER vehicle.
We head inside to another room filled with a switchback queue.
Another Stark Motors advertisement features an art deco-style illustration of the hovercar.
A sign beside the “Team WEB Only” door directs the engineers to a caffeine source to “recharge.”
A poster depicting the WEB building advertises the ongoing open house.
Another shows the schematics for the Spider-Bots.
Canisters of web fluid are stored on either side of another open house advertisement. Some of the students have left behind personal items here, such as helmets, a scooter, and a Midtown School of Science and Technology sweater (the school Peter Parker and his friends attend in the latest series of “Spider-Man” films).
We then enter down a small hallway meant to look like a leftover part of the auto factory with drab gray concrete walls and the red designs evocative of Stark Motors.
The next room is a holding room before the pre-show. It has more of the same information about the engineers and the technology that will be showcased for the open house.
We then enter the pre-show room where we can see a computer WEB display and a Spider-Bot scuttling about.
There are a lot of items cluttered onto the desk and shelves, but you don’t have much time to check them out.
Peter Parker (reprised by Tom Holland) appears to talk about the open house when chaos breaks out. Soon enough, Spider-Man appears to save the day, but he’ll need our help.
The pre-show remains the same, with English subtitles available for the newly-dubbed Peter Parker/Spider-Man dialogue.
The Spider-Bots are making a break for it and it’s going to be up to us to test out the WEB power bands and SLINGER vehicles to stop them.
In the background, we can see some of the bots have burst through a vent and are on the move.
We head out on our mission, passing by areas for the various members of the brigade. Ads on the bulletin board advertise an intern recruitment program for S.H.I.E.L.D., Xhosa tutoring, a brochure for Shawarma Palace (a venue found only at Disney California Adventure), a ping-pong tournament, a missing poster for Devil Dinosaur, and more.
There are several reminders not to cook in the WEB chemical labs. Peter and Harley are hosting a potluck/Spider-Bot battle. Another poster is looking for a drummer — hopefully Gwen Stacy sees it.
We also pass by their lockers, which many of the team have decorated.
From left to right, we see lockers for Dante Pertuz (Inferno), Bruno Carelli (from “Ms. Marvel”), Miles Morales (Spider-Man), Harley Keener, Onome, and Gwen Stacy on the top row.
The bottom row has lockers for America Chavez (from “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”), Riri Williams (Iron Heart), Doreen Green, Lunella Lafayette, Cassie Lang (Ant-Man’s daughter), and Peter Parker.
The names of Imagineers who worked on Avengers Campus can be found here, including Creative Director Beth Clapperton.
A large blueprint for Stark Motor’s underground transport utilidor and bunker system is on the wall.
Various locations are laid out including the Pym Labs and aircraft hangar sub-basements. The blueprints are marked as received by the planning commission on December 16, 1952 — the day that Walt Disney founded WED Enterprises (otherwise known as Imagineering).
On the surface level, a dimensional researchbunker and aeronautics propulsion lab are seen.
The original Stark Motors building is shown as well.
More bunkers include Logistics and Weapons Development.
A full list underground facilities is on the side.
Our next stop is to pick up WEBVision glasses, which are essential for our mission.
The old Accounting Office desk for Stark Motors has been turned into a glasses buffet.
Instructions with illustrations for using our WEB Power Bands can be found before the load station.
A cheeky sign reads “39 Days accident free” but “accident” has been covered with tape that reads “potato thrower dysfunction.” The bottom reads, “Safety is everyone’s business.”
A tool cart at the load station features several themed stickers, including one for Shawarma Palace, the Mary Janes, Stark Expo, and one reading “New York Brave” in reference to the events of the first “Avengers” movie.
The load area does have some differences, with a different look and layout compared to the Disney California Adventure version.
The Spider-Man attraction is almost exactly the same as WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure in Disney California Adventure. Of course, the Parisian version of the attraction is mostly in French instead of English. The differences really end there, however.
The only change we noticed was in the last scene of the ride. The Guardians of the Galaxy — Mission: Breakout! tower is not pictured in the background. Instead, guests can see the Avengers Assemble: Flight Force building.
As you approach the unload station, the results of all the web-slinging are clearly visible. Web fluid covers the Stark Aeronautics logo on the wall.
Several successful Spider-bot captures are seen here at a stack of briefcases.
At the exit, scoreboards showing the best score in the last hour and best of the day are on the wall. A Cast Member is directing guests to turn in their WEBVision glasses.
You exit into (where else but) a gift shop.
Watch our full ride-through of Spider-Man W.E.B. Adventure at Disneyland Paris:
And compare to our video of WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure at Disney California Adventure:
How do you feel about these minimal changes? Do you wish the rides were more different?