Disney Infinity welcomes Marvel Super Heroes (Slideshow)

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Disney Infinity welcomes Marvel Super Heroes this fall. (Courtesy Disney Interactive)
Disney Infinity welcomes Marvel Super Heroes this fall. (Courtesy Disney Interactive)

WASHINGTON, April 30, 2014 — Disney takes advantage of their 2009 acquisition of Marvel Entertainment with a super-powered line-up of new characters this fall.

A nugget from today’s press release says it all.

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes features more than 20 new interactive figures from across the Marvel universe, original storylines penned by award-wining Marvel comic writer Brian Michael Bendis, and an all-new Toy Box mode that makes it easier for players to create and share their one-of-a-kind levels and mini-games with family and friends. In addition, all characters and power discs from last year’s release of Disney Infinity will be compatible with the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Toy Box.

That’s right kiddies, admire and then control such legends as Captain America, Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk and Thor, all in a Disney-sanitized, virtual gaming environment.

From first looks, the characters offer a three dimensional likeness of their counterparts from Disney XD’s cartoon series Avengers Assemble with a design paying homage to Star Wars: The Clone Wars 3D computer animation.


In my opinion, the best looking of the bunch so far have to be Hawkeye and the beefy Green Goliath.

Feel free to page through the photographs below and agree or disagree.

Iron Man & Hawkeye interactive character figures from the upcoming Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes video game collection. (Courtesy Disney Interactive)
Iron Man & Hawkeye interactive character figures from the upcoming Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes video game collection. (Courtesy Disney Interactive)
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