9 Rarest Disney Infinity Characters Ever

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Disney Infinity was an award-winning video game series that combined characters from across Disney franchises into one virtual universe for players to explore and build worlds and stories around their favorites.

The series featured an impressive variety of figures, some more common and readily available while others more difficult to come by; this presented collectors and fans with the exciting challenge of searching out these rare figurines.

This blog post will examine the top ten rarest Disney Infinity characters and why they remain highly sought-after by fans and collectors.

Join us as we delve into the world of rare Disney Infinity figures, from limited edition releases to retailer exclusives! 

9. Hulkbuster

Rarity: Uncommon
Movie: Avengers: Age of Ultron
Year of release: November 3, 2015
Price: $20 to $60

HulkbusterImage source: Fandom

The Hulkbuster is available for Disney Infinity and Marvel Battlegrounds. Hulkbuster, an iconic suit in comics and movies, is hard to find online because of its popularity.

If you can find one, however, the design of this large figure is quite beautiful, with its signature dome head and oversized chest plate.

Did you know?

Hulkbuster is considered to be the biggest figurine in the Disney Infinity series. It is even bigger than Hulk, Wreck-It Ralph, and Venom.

8. Crystal Infinite Sulley

Rarity: Uncommon
Movie: Monster University
Year of release: October 11, 2013
Price: $30 to $80

Crystal Infinite SulleyImage source: Fandom

Infinite Sulley is the crystal version of Sulley in Disney Infinity. The whole body is a clear plastic that glows once you put it on the portal. Once placed on the Disney Infinity Base, you can select “Sulley’s Paintball Brawl” from the menu. Sulley was part of the Monster University Play Set for Disney Infinity.

The primary ability of Sulley is Brawler-style combat. He uses his brute strength to destroy and defeat the enemy. Aside from that, his special abilities include “Extraordinary Strength” and “Super Jumper.”

Did you know?

The Infinite Sulley was exclusively sold at Toys “R” Us. The artists who worked on creating Sulley for the game thought they were making Sulley based on the movie Monsters, Inc. instead of Monster University.

7. Black Suit Spider-Man

Rarity: Uncommon
Movie: Spider-Man
Year of release: May 15, 2015
Price: $30 to $80

Black Suit Spider-ManImage source: Fandom

Everyone is more familiar with the red and blue Spider-Man. However, there’s also the black suit, Spider-Man, the iconic black symbiote alternative costume of your friendly neighbor.

The black Spider-Man first appeared in Disney Infinity 2.0. You can get the Playstation Vita’s Starter Pack. However, the black Spider-Man was later made available in the third version of Infinity.

Did you know?

The black-suit Spider-Man is the fifth character you can play in Disney Infinity. During the Marvel Battlegrounds, the same character took an updated skill set. Some skills, such as the Block Breaker Combo, were removed, but some were added, such as the mid-air combos and health generation.

6. Crystal Infinite Lighting McQueen

Rarity: Uncommon
Movie: Cars
Year of release: August 18th, 2013
Price: $50 to $120

Crystal Infinite Lighting McQueenImage source: Fandom

Finding the standard Lighting MacQueen is easy, but finding the Crystal Infinite Lighting McQueen version is more challenging. Only a few of this limited edition was released in 2013. Also, the crystal version is only available in Toys “R” Us.

Lightning McQueen can tow vehicles, objects, and other players. Spending Skill Points on his Skill Tree will allow him to jump higher and perform faster air tricks.

You can also boost his maximum health and shield strength and the rate at which he regenerates. You can increase any Load Outs’ damage, ammo, and fire rate in combat.

Did you know?

The crystal version of Lighting McQueen has crystal eyelids. However, you’ll find that he has red eyelids in the game instead.

5. Crystal Agent P

Rarity: Scarce
Movie: Phineas and Ferb (TV series)
Year of release: April 1, 2014
Price: $50 to $120

Crystal Agent PImage source: Fandom

Crystal Agent P, or Perry the Platypus, is one of the rarest Disney Infinity characters since it was made exclusively available at GameStop. Aside from that, the crystal version is a limited edition, which is different from the standard Agent P figure, which has its full color. Perry was released with Phineas Fynn in the Phineas and Ferb Toy Box pack.

Regarding abilities, Agent P can initially do a melee combo called the “Platypus Pummet.” Aside from that, he can also use his Flying Fedora, which serves as a boomerang. Later, in Disney Infinity 2.0, Agent P received a new unique ability: Regenerating Shields.

Did you know?

Agent P was among the last characters released for Disney Infinity’s first edition. Aside from that, like in the TV series, Agent P is completely silent. Even when using an item or attacking, you won’t hear Agent P talk.

4. Luke Skywalker

Rarity: Scarce
Movie: Star Wars
Year of release: September 29, 2015
Price: $50 to $120

Luke SkywalkerImage source: Fandom

Luke Skywalker is one of the most beloved heroes from Star Wars, and his Disney Infinity figure does not disappoint. Once placed on an Infinity Base, you’ll be immediately struck by his Light FX feature. His blue lightsaber comes to life, glowing and humming with power!

Luke is meticulously detailed, down to folds in his tunic and textures on his boots — instantly recognizable as one of our beloved Jedi Knights!

Upon release, Luke Skywalker was sold along with other Star Wars characters. You must get the Star Wars: Rise Against the Empire Play Set.

Did you know?

Luke Skywalker has various abilities and skills. He uses his lightsaber and blaster as well as his Force-related abilities. Aside from that, there’s the Block Breaker, Super Jump, and Air Assault.

3. Darth Vader

Rarity: Scarce
Movie: Star Wars
Year of release: September 29, 2015
Price: $50 to $120

Darth VaderImage source: Art Station

As one of the most iconic villains in cinematic history, Darth Vader is undoubtedly a name everyone can easily recognize. Disney Infinity added Darth Vader to their list of characters you can use during the game.

The figure is about four inches. It has a red lightsaber that glows when placed on the Infinity Base while its cape flows through the air and is frozen in time. When released on September 29, 2015, Darth Vader was sold as a single figure.

In terms of abilities, he has an incredible lightsaber combo, air combo, and defense combo. Aside from that, the character can throw his lightsaber to attack enemies from a distance.

Did you know?

The development team had to decide how Darth Vader should move in the game. Lucasfilm staff wanted Darth Vader to be true to his character when played. So, in the game, you’ll see Darth Vader doesn’t run; instead, he walks rapidly.

2. Sorcerer Mickey Mouse

Rarity: Rare
Movie: Fantasia
Year of release: December 31, 2014
Price: $50 to $200

Sorcerer Mickey MouseImage source: Lukie Games

Crystal Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey is one of the most sought-after characters from the Disney Infinity video game series. It was released on December 31, 2014, for Disney Infinity 2.0. The limited crystal figure edition differs from the usual Apprentice Mickey with a red robe.

Sorcerer Apprentice Mickey is possibly the most powerful character in Disney Infinity. He has several abilities, such as pounding the ground, which suddenly causes brooms and buckets of water to appear. He also has magic projectiles that bounce between enemies.

Another ability is the magical sweep attack. The ability creates a magic barrier, which surrounds Mickey and forces enemies to retreat. Aside from that, he has other special abilities such as “Super Jumper and “Marksman.”

Did you know?

The only Disney Infinity figures with three variants include Buzz Lightyear and Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey. Aside from that, Apprentice Mickey is just one of the animal character figures in Disney Infinity. Others include Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, and Judy Hopps, to name a few.

1. Peter Pan

Rarity: Rare
Movie: Peter Pan
Year of release: Unreleased
Price: $200 to $1,000

Peter PanImage source: Fandom

Peter Pan is the rarest Disney Infinity character because of its exclusivity and difficulty to obtain. As you may remember, Avalanche Software developed Disney Infinity, but when the developer was closed down in May 2016, Disney Infinity was also discontinued.

The developer scheduled Peter Pan’s release in 2016, but since Disney Infinity will no longer be supported by its developer, the character never made it to the stores. Peter Pan was supposed to be playable in Disney Infinity 3.0.

Although Peter Pan was unreleased, some folks could get a copy of the figure and sell them online. Because the Peter Pan figure is extremely rare, sellers can offer it from $200 to $1,000.

The pricing might sound crazy, considering the figure won’t properly work with the Disney Infinity. Nevertheless, the price reflects the rare item and how some people are willing to buy it for a higher price.

Did you know?

The decision to create Peter Pan was made at Toy Box Summit 2015. During the event, toy box artists would choose which figures they would make for Disney Infinity 3.0, and the decision would only be made public at D23 Expo before 2015 ends.


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