<3! I think this is my new favorite picture of me. ^_^
Fix-It Felix, Sugar Rush, and Hero’s Duty Arcade Cabinets
Taffyta Muttonfudge’s Display Case
King Candy’s Display Case - My favorite concept art
Vanellope von Schweetz’s Display Case - My favorite concept art
Sugar Rush Display Case - Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | My favorite concept art #1 | My favorite concept art #2
Hero’s Duty Display Case - Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | My favorite concept art
Fix-It Felix Display Case - Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | John Lasseter Nicelander | Fix-It Felix’s Magic Hammer and Tool Belt | My favorite concept art
Characters in the Display Cases
The Two Pictures on the Gallery’s Walls
Wreck-It Ralph Posters and Advertisements at Disney World
These are all of the Wreck-It Ralph posters/advertisements I saw at Disney World.
The first one is located on every single bus. Ralph gets the spot closest to the bus driver. If you’re looking up when you enter the bus, it’s the first advertisement you see.
The second through the fifth pictures are all of a poster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at different times of day. It’s a very large poster located on the side of the Voyage of the Little Mermaid building looking out towards the Animation Courtyard.
Amusingly enough, you can see it from at least 2 of the elevators on the Tower of Terror when the doors open and you look out into the park. I mentioned this to my sister and she said that Ralph was yelling at you to scream while you ride.
The last one was in The Magic of Disney Animation on a wall in the hallway leading out of the Wreck-It Ralph concept art gallery.
These two pictures were the only two on the wall at the Wreck-It Ralph concept art gallery at The Magic of Disney Animation in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
A better look at the characters located in the display cases. I love that there’s so many little details on everybody.
The Fix-It Felix display case at the Wreck-It Ralph concept art gallery at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Disney World.
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