This guide is on The Infinaut card in Marvel Snap. We will cover how to play him, what cards combo well with him, and some of the best deck building ideas with The Infinaut as well. The Infinaut is a key card in meta and an important card to know in Marvel Snap. Good game and good luck!
Flaviano Armentaro is an artist with incredible colors in his paint and animation. HE has done much work for Marvel in comics and in animation. It is only fitting that he would be one of the artist featured for variant cards in Marvel Snap. Check out some of his amazing art for variant cards below!
Being one of the main abilities in Marvel Snap, discard, is for sure one you want to be familiar with. Knowing how to play, recognize, and counter discard cards and decks is important for wins when climbing rank. So here is a list of all the discard cards in Marvel Snap. As with all our pages, this will be ongoing and updated regularly. Check out all the discard cards and their abilities below.
Jim Lee is nothing shy of a living legend in the comic book field. Lee’s work alone in illustration helped rebrand X-Men into their popular 90s style used for the comics, cartoons, action figures and more. Lee’s artwork is a signature classic for Marvel, and it doesn’t stop there. Lee also did illustrations and art when starting Image Comics, and later for DC as well. Not only is Jim Lee a famous comic book artist, he is a also credited writer for many series he worked on, and now is head publisher for DC comics! Growing up on Marvel in the 90’s, you’ll be sure to see many of Jim Lee’s work in my best of Marvel Snap variant cards page.
Alex Ross card variants for Marvel Snap are based on the amazing artwork of artist Alex Ross. He is a fan favorite known for making realistic paintings of comic book characters. Some of his work such as The Marvels, and Kingdom Come (DC), are critically and fan praised for its style and detail. He is also known for the many beautiful covers he has done for comics. There are currently only 4 variants, but hopefully many more are to come. See all of Alex Ross variants for Marvel Snap cards below.
One if not the most popular styles of deck, preceding and inspiring the famous BAEro deck, is the destroy deck with the deadly Death/Wave combo, the DeathWave Deck. There are many variations of this deck. But the main idea is working into playing Death by lowering cost or using Wave, while building in a ramp-like style damage on the board. Wave can be played on turn 3 to allow death to be played on turn 4. But, if there is already many cards destroyed, you can wait to play Death even cheaper.
DeathWave deck is also known for having many different routes or options to play, and giving some control with cards like Aero and Magneto. Power, control, and deck flow could be said to be the most important factors in Marvel Snap, and the Death/Wave combo decks have it all. This is a standard DeathWave deck list of cards. But there is room to play, like Venom, or Leader!
The 1602 card variants in Marvel snap features characters from an alternate universe storyline. The character covers are based off a comic series in Marvel written by Neil Gaiman and featuring popular artists Adam Kubert, Richard Isanove, and Scott McKowen. It is based in the early years 1600s during the Elizabethan Era and around the Renaissance, between the mediaeval and modern era story lines. Some of the awesome artwork in this series features Kingpin as a pirate, a druid like Enchantress, and other characters in fancy outfits. Check out all the 1602 variants below.
Marvel Snap chibi variants are a series of different character card covers in game. What is a chibi? Chibi is Japanese for small and cute. So, much like the baby variants, these chibi variants are cute and kinda cuddly looking designs of some of the character cards in game. Check out all the chibi variant cards below.
So what are the 3099 variant cards? The Marvel Snap card variants for 3099 are a pretty cool looking futuristic set with an interesting theme. These variant cards are not based off the comics, but another Marvel game, Future Fight. It makes since that a card theme named after the year 3099 would be based of another game with the word future in it. It is also a reference to the popular future series in Marvel Comics called 2099. There are many Marvel 2099 characters we’d love to see as new cards or variants, like Spider-Man 2099, Daredevil, or all the new X-Men from the series. Until then, we have these 3099 variants to enjoy!
One of the best meta decks made for Marvel Snap is the BAEro deck originally played by KMbest. This deck was considered top of the class and is still currently very playable as a high win rate deck. Trying to dominate one location then winning by playing Wave followed by Death is the key here. Currently a top meta deck plays a BAEro/She-Hulk deck, replacing Mysterio and Magneto with the hot cards Leader and She-Hulk.