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St. Louis, MO
Six Flags Theme Parks




icon_STOPPark News - (8/26/15) Screamscape sources tell us that one of the GCI Millennium Flyer trains from the now closed ROAR coaster at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom arrived at Six Flags St. Louis this week. The two trains from ROAR were rumored to be sent out to the two Six Flags parks that could use them as spare trains... or for spare parts, for American Thunder at Six Flags St. Louis and Apocalypse at Six Flags Magic Mountain. I would expect the other train to already have arrived at SFMM by now as well.
    (7/24/15) Sources tell us that Six Flags St. Louis will have a brand new haunt to offer up at this year's Fright Fest. I've also been told that the train is slowly being refurbished, one car at a time, and apparently the first of these refurbished cars is expected to hit the rails this weekend.
    (11/24/14) File this under Future Projects Rumors: 
    For the last few years many have been waiting to see some kind of refurbishment come to The Boss, and while apparently they have looked into the idea of letting RMC give it a re-do, the park really does not want to shorten the length of the ride as part of the process. Other possible ideas to retrack the ride as well as new trains are also under heavy consideration, including the possibility of buying a set of Timberliners from Gravity Group instead.
    On the removal side of things, I’m told that the bumper cars that were removed would not be returning, and apparently Tidal Wave is also likely to be on the chopping block in the next few years.


2015 - Justice League: Battle for Metropolis - (8/11/15) Good news for Six Flags St. Louis, as I'm told the park reopened their Justice League dark ride over the weekend and whatever was worked on, may have done the trick as it seems to be running much better.
    (7/30/15) While I've been hearing all summer long that the Six Flags over Texas version of Justice League: Battle for Metropolis has been performing quite well, it seems the St. Louis version of the ride is said to have been plagued with an unfortunately case of The Gremlins. Case in point... the St. Louis version of the ride has apparently been closed for the past week or so. If you visit the park and spot it reopen, please do let us know.
    (6/22/15) Our friends at Negative-G have posted their own trip report and review of the new Justice League: Battle for Metropolis dark ride, now open at Six Flags St. Lous.
    (11/24/14)2014_1119_JokerFigure According to information released to those who attended the Daredevil Daze event at SFSL, the new Justice League dark ride cars, which were on display at IAAPA, will cost half a million each. There will be quite a few changes to the old attraction queue and station layout as well when it opens. The dual-side station layout will be removed and replaced with a regular station, which will also be entirely enclosed, enclosing the entire attraction behind the new Justice League fašade. Apparently some of the old Scooby-Doo themed props and figures have been sent to Six Flags Fiesta Texas to be reused on their Scooby-Doo dark ride. Some others have been returned to Sally Corp. for refurbishment and possible re-use on other future Sally projects.
    (11/20/14) A quick update… but Sally Corp has confirmed for Screamscape that the voice of The Joker is provided by the amazing Troy Baker, who had replaced Mark Hamill after he retired from the voicing the clown prince of chaos following the Batman: Arkham City game, with Troy stepping in to voice The Joker in the projects that have since followed.
    (8/30/14)SF_SFOT_JusticeLeague I’ve got some great new details regarding the Justice League: Battle for Metropolis dark rides coming to Six Flags over Texas and Six Flags St. Louis in 2015. First a correction, as I mistakenly mentioned Triotech yesterday as being inolved with Alterface and Sally for the Justice League dark ride in Australia, but they were not.
   As previously mentioned, Sally Corp. is behind this major new dark ride experience and it sounds like it is going to be a huge hit. I reached out to Sally to get a little more information on the players involved and for any more details they can give and I couldn’t be more pleased with what they have told me.
   First off Oceaneering is supplying a fleet of custom designed 6-passenger cars for the ride that will will be Multi-DOF Motion-based vehicles. Yup… these aren’t just plain old scoot you through the building cars, but will have the ability to move you in several directions at once, as needed by the action involved in each scene in the 4-minute long experience.
   Lexington Scenic is busy fabricating the massive dimensional sets and scenery pieces that will bring the dangerous city streets of Metropolis to life. (Note: Lexington created the incredible 28 foot tall Optimus Prime figure that stands atop the Transformers ride at Universal Studios Florida).
   Pure Imagination is creating incredibly realistic 3D CGI media footage.
   Alterface has been brought on board as the providor for the interaction elements and will provide their state-of-the-art interactive shooting system, as well as Alterface Project’s Eagle Eye: a powerful dark ride monitoring and auto-diagnostic tool.
   Also involved are Wyatt Design Group, RealD 3D and Bose Audio.
    (8/28/14) Finally... we get the Justice League dark ride that the public has been begging for for years! JUSTICE LEAGUE: BATTLE FOR METROPOLIS! It’s the ultimate superheroes adventure mission during this 3D interactive dark ride experience. Get ready to match wits against Lex Luthor, The Joker and his henchmen as you join the JUSTICE LEAGUE Reserve team. After touring the fully immersive 3D Hall of Justice, you’ll receive your very own stun gun to battle the bad guys then it’s a swift ride through a dazzlingly designed Metropolis cityscape, deep into the shadows of Lex Corp. Lifelike animatronics, cutting edge special effects, 3D video, eye-popping graphics, real-time gaming and a mind-tingling sound-scape make this journey to justice an utterly interactive experience. Will you help SUPERMAN and BATMAN rescue the other members of the JUSTICE LEAGUE from Lex Luthor’s and The Joker’s evil plans? Join the JUSTICE LEAGUE Reserve Team today to save your favorite superheroes! I'm looking forward to this one!


icon_STOP2016 - Fireball - (9/3/15) The park will add another Larson built Giant Loop for 2016 to be called Fireball.



Track Record

Six Flags St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
Six Flags Theme Parks

Tickets: as of 9/4/12
Adults: $49.99
Child (under 48”): $36.99
Ages 2 & Under Free
Parking: $18 / $23 Preferred

Abbreviation: SFSL

Newest Developments:
2014 - Tsunami Soaker

2013 - Boomerang

2012 - Mr Freeze:Reverse Blast
Bonzai Pipeline @ SFHH

2011 - Sky Screamer

2009 - Wahoo Racers & Glow In The Park Parade

2008 - Evel Knievel

2007 - Tony Hawk’s Big Spin




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