"The starter kit comes with figurines of Mr. Incredible, Capt. Jack Sparrow and Sulley, and 'play sets' for their corresponding movies: 'The Incredibles,' 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Monsters University,' " writes Lou Kesten of the Associated Press. "Additional characters cost $13 each; 'Cars' and 'The Lone Ranger' play sets cost $35 each. It's hardly the optimal lineup: Disney's hand-drawn animated classics are absent, and I'd happily trade Tonto for, say, Scrooge McDuck."
The figurines, part two
"The toys themselves are well-made statues; they’re not poseable, but each one really captures the personality of that character with a charismatic stance," writes Daniel Krupa of IGN. "The toys have their own unique style that sparked desire in my inner Disney fan. It’s a good thing, too, because Disney Infinity is really all about celebrating the wonder of toys, and that concept is really sold through some lovely deft touches."