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Check out a fan's designs for Disney Infinity figures, based on the artwork of Jim Lee's "X-Men" run.
A YouTube video reveals what could have been with "Disney Infinity's" scrapped take on Gwen Stacy's alternate-reality doppelganger.
Disney is paying up $147 million for the discontinuation of their games division, which includes the "Disney Infinity" line.
The developers behind the latest "Infinity" expansion talk introducing a "Civil War"-accurate Captain America and fighting game-esque gameplay.
The Disney/Marvel title's Executive Producer John Vignocchi spoke with CBR about adding fan-favorite characters Loki and Falcon to the toy box.
"Disney Infinity 2.0" is an upgrade in nearly every way from the original toys-to-life game, and the Marvel heroes are a valuable addition to the roster.
Executive producer John Vignocchi discusses the upcoming launch of the anticipated toys-to-life game, and its addition of Marvel characters.
In celebration of "Disney Infinity 2.0's" upcoming release, a 36-foot high Hulk hologram was seen raising London's Tower Bridge.
Yondu and the Falcon are the two newest characters from the Marvel Universe headed to "Disney Infinity 2.0" later this year.
Disney Interactive has added more than Marvel heroes to "Disney Infinity 2.0" -- and CBR News went hands-on with the latest "Guardians of the Galaxy" content.
More than simply helming the "Spider-Man Play Set," famed creator Brian Bendis approves every bit of writing for Marvel's heroes in "Disney Infinity."
Characters from Disney XD's "Ultimate Spider-Man" -- including Spidey, Venom, and Nick Fury -- have been added to the "Disney Infinity" lineup.
"Disney Infinity" delves into "The Avengers" Playset, giving players the opportunity to battle Loki and an army of Frost Giants in New York City.
Marvel's VP of game production TQ Jefferson talks with CBR News about his hopes for the recently announced "Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes."
Brian Michael Bendis and Joe Quesada helped unveil "Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes," a Marvel-centric new version of the toy/video game franchise.