The Infinite Dream (無限の夢, Mugen no Yume) is chapter 676 of the Naruto manga.
Madara returns from the other dimension victorious; having successfully obtained his missing Rinnegan. As Naruto calls out to Obito, Black Zetsu declares that he had taken the Uchiha's body for his own, all the while chastising Obito's desires for Naruto to succeed as childish. Reflecting upon how she always took a spectatory role in everything, Sakura resolves to create an opening diversion and activates her Ninja Art Creation Rebirth — Strength of a Hundred Technique attacking Madara head on. Her attacks fails to land on Madara, however, as she is stopped by an invisible force. Retrieved by Naruto and Sasuke, the latter is able to quickly deduce that Madara now is using four shadows after noticing that his attack was ineffective as well. Madara goes on the offence, activating multiple Chibaku Tensei, and attempts to drop the massive earthen debris on his opponents. Naruto and Sasuke are quick to counter-attack using Tailed Beast Ball Rasenshuriken and the final Susanoo respectively with four of Naruto's shadow clones confronting Madara's shadows. Despite this, Madara manages to achieve his goal, recalling the text recorded on the stone tablet, and having neared the moon sufficiently, he removes the plating from his forehead revealing a third eye, much like Kaguya Ōtsutsuki. Turning to the moon, Madara casts the Infinite Tsukuyomi which reflects the dōjutsu from its surface.
Weekly Shōnen Jump 2014 #25, in which this chapter was originally published, was also sold digitally through the Jump Bookstore and a variety of Japanese e-book retailers as a special promotion. The digital edition featured full-coloured versions of Naruto, Kuroko no Basket, and Haikyū, colourised by Shueisha's production team. The same team had previously colourised chapter #638 for Weekly Shōnen Jump 2013 #33 and the first 59 volumes of Naruto: Colour Edition.