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to their tough teammate Miss America, who can break reality and open portals to other dimensions just by kicking stuff.
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Again: SO MANY MARVEL TEENS. Gravity's at least in college, a freshman at NYU, with an awesome costume and gravity-based powers that would probably look and feel cool in a videogame.
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But Marvel's best teen right now, and the star of perhaps the best comic they're currently publishing, is Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel. With the attention her debut has gotten, and the extremely positive reaction to her series, she might be the most likely one of this bunch to show up in Disney Infinity.
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We should probably take a moment to talk about the X-Men. They exist and people like them. Inevitably at least one X-Man or Woman will have a Disney Infinity figure, and it's pretty obvious who that'll be. Clearly it's...
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Dazzler. Who else would it be?
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Speaking of mutants and teens, Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes should've launched with an X-Statix line. It's still one of the two or three best Marvel comics since 2000, and one of the smartest comics the company has other published. Obviously it'd have the Orphan, aka Mr. Sensitive...
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his ex-girlfriend, U-Go Girl, who, like all X-Statix members, died a shocking, brutal death...
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the acid-sweating Anarchist, who struggles with OCD, anger, anxiety issues and his racial identity...
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and the dead but undying Dead Girl, who's like an undead hipster version of Kitty Pryde. Except she's really dead now, we think. Because all the X-Statix people are dead.
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And of course an X-Statix set wouldn't be complete without Doop, the only member who isn't now dead in the comics.