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and the Silver Surfer, the cosmic-powered former herald of Galactus. The Hulk, another founding member, is already in Disney Infinity. His fellow Defenders should join him.
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The Asgardian hero Valkyrie was a member of the Defenders throughout the 1970s and '80s.
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Nighthawk, another long-standing Defender, is written off by many as a Batman ripoff. He's so much more than that. He's actually a dumb, lazy Batman, an idea full of untapped story potential.
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Marvel will recycle the Defenders name with a series of interlocking Netflix shows starting in 2015 and starring "street level" heroes. The first series stars Daredevil, who's already popular enough to deserve an Infinity figure.
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Joining Daredevil with their own individual Netflix series will be married couple Jessica Jones and Luke Cage (aka Power Man, and who already appears as a non-playable character in Disney Infinity.)
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Private eyes Misty Knight and Colleen Wing often work with Daredevil and Cage in the comics, and will probably pop up in those Netflix shows. They'd nicely round out an Infinity line tied into those upcoming Netflix shows.
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Cloak and Dagger are another duo that would fit in a "street level" Infinity line. These teenagers, who got their powers after being forcibly injected with experimental heroin, spend their time fighting drug dealers more than supervillains.
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Speaking of teenage characters, Marvel is absolutely lousy with them, and could launch an entire Disney Infinity line devoted to them. How about Amadeus Cho, former sidekick to Hulk and Hercules, and one of the smartest people alive?
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Or Kate Bishop, the Hawkeye of the Young Avengers, and maybe the coolest character in comics the last few years?
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Really, they should just put all of the Young Avengers in Disney Infinity, from the young lovers Hulkling and Wiccan...