In the last part of the 12 issue run of Punisher written by Jason Arron and art by Jesus Saiz, the aint-hero who doesn’t hold back, wants to make the bad guys pay, and doesn’t think twice to shoot, meets a tragic ending with constant horrible fates. Is The Punisher no more? IT seems he is for now, and things aren’t looking good for him. If and when he does come back, he may have a bit more vengeance and pain in his heart.“A Tragic End For The Punisher”
The X-Men are a team of superheroes from Marvel Comics. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, they are mutants with extraordinary abilities who fight to protect a world that fears and discriminates against them. Led by Professor Charles Xavier, the X-Men have become iconic characters, representing diverse powers and backgrounds. Their stories have tackled social issues and inspired adaptations in various media. They have already had many movies done in the past, but soon will be joining the MCU in the next few phases. Here is a list of some more known X-Men.“A List Of X-Men from Marvel Comics:”
The Angela card in Marvel Snap is a very underrated card. Combined with the right deck she can be very powerful. This deck is an example of how Angela can be played to become overpowered. Play cards in her location then move or destroy them, repeat. Nightcrawler and Vision are good examples of Angela combos. Deadpool is a great combo card with Angela as well. Check out this deck and let us know what you think!“Marvel Snap: Angela Deck”
The Mister Negative card in Marvel Snap has a great original ability that flips the game. His ability, “swap the power and cost of the cards in your deck”, make a whole new level of fun when it comes to deck building in Marvel Snap. The key idea in building a deck with Mister Negative is having high cost cards with low power like Ironheart, Arnim Zola, and Iron Man. Psylocke would be a great addition to the deck to have him played quicker, as you really don’t have much play until he is played on turn 4. This is a deck that requires a good draw, but when it works, it really works. This deck also takes advantage of the Black Panther and Arnim Zola combo that reactivates him. Jubilee is a extra chance to play Mister Negative if you haven’t drawn him by turn 4. Enjoy!“Marvel Snap: Mister Negative Deck”
The Cyclops card in Marvel Snap may not seem like much with no ability, but don’t let this X-Men leader fool you. His 3/4 cost/power is pretty fair, and works with patriot. In fact, Cyclops can get power buffs from Silver Surfer and Patriot, making him a fairly strong card. This deck is made for people who love Cyclops and want to play him, but also want to win! This deck focuses more on 3 cost cards and a few no ability cards besides Cyclops like Wasp and Abomination. But, Cyclops is the only one that gets all the buffs! Beast is good for returning Surfer to boost him again, and Mystique to copy Patriot. Also, this deck kind of has an appropriate X-Men theme of cards from Marvel Snap.“Marvel Snap: Cyclops Deck”
The Jubilee card is a great card that makes interesting decks with its ability. She is a 4/1 card that pulls another card from your deck into play. Because of this ability, it is recommended to have high cost cards in your deck when building a Jubilee deck. That way, the chances of her playing a 5 or 6 cost card on turn 4 is greatly increased. Infinaut and Death are great examples of powerful cards that are hard to play, but not if played by using Jubilee!“Marvel Snap: Jubilee Deck”
The Infinaut is a powerful card in Marvel Snap. So, powerful decks have been built around him. Here is our version of The Infinaut Deck. This deck is focused on using the best card combos and play to make sure The Infinaut gets played. The Infinaut gets played by either being pulled by Jubilee, being discarded and brought back by Lady Sif and Ghost Rider, or skipping a turn to play him and letting Sunspot soak up the energy.
Armor is there to protect Sunspot. Storm and Jessica Jones are a known combo to help secure another lane preferably with Sunspot or someone else, before playing The Infinaut in another. Iceman and Scorpion are there to weaken the opponents deck. And for late game, Magik is there to allow an optional play of skipping turn 6 for Sunspot and playing She-Hulk and The Infinaut together.“Marvel Snap: The Infinaut Deck”
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!“Marvel Snap: How To Play The Infinaut Card and Deck Building”
Sera Miracle deck is one of the first meta decks in Marvel Snap. It blends some power and destroy cards to hit hard. Try to save Nova and Killmonger until late game for a big advantage shift. Using Sera on turn five allows to play up to 3 cards that cost 2 instead of 3 at once on turn four. This play ended up inspiring alot of future meta decks like Sera Surfer for power or SerAero for a great control deck.“Marvel Snap: Sera Miracle Deck”
The Ongoing Destroyer deck takes an ongoing ability deck and combines it with the power of the Destroyer card. The primary two cards in this deck are Spectrum with her plus 2 power to all ongoing cards, and Destroyer for his big power at the end. This deck is played by focusing on two lanes, one protected by Armor and one with Destroyer in play. Cosmo can be used to block Destroyers destroy all cards ability. Mr. Fantastic and Klaw help power up an empty lane. Then, Warpath gets his boost from that empty lane. All this while using Goose and Sandman to keep game control.
See more meta decks here.“Marvel Snap: Ongoing Destroyer Deck”