With the construction of the ride, Superman will most likely have to close temporarily while Lex Luther is in the production stages. Either this, or Six Flags could sync construction to off-season closed days but this is unlikely. Some slate this to be the world's tallest and fastest drop tower up against the mirror clone in Australia; The Tower Of Terror.
At a drop from this height we could only imagine how intense the ride will be only to add on the fact that Superman will be running alongside it. The seat nearest the tracks should be cool then, right? Though it's ashame Six Flags couldn't fulfill their September 1st announcement hype, this sure does excite most Magic Mountain fans who've been waiting for such an addition for a while now.
The whereabouts of Deja Vu are still unknown and unconfirmed officially. For now, the coaster is still in rumors but Magic Mountain is yet to make a statement. They'll most likely use the space in 2013 anyway. We'll have to put that aside for now, while we wait for more follow-ups and updates. Stay tuned for more announcements and more from Planet SIX as the wonderous off-season fast approaches as well as Fright Fest... With a cool Planet SIX twist.