Introduced by Brian Michael Bendis in 2011’s Ultimate Fallout #4, Miles Morales quickly captured everyone’s heart both in the comics and on the big screen. Since his introduction in Ultimate Marvel, Miles Morales has been a major character in the Earth-616 universe with over 100 issues appearing as Brooklyn’s only dedicated issue.
In the first season of Marvel Snap’s global release, we all got a new Miles Morales card and all his transformative art cards that are phenomenal. On both PC and mobile, Marvel Snap introduced many cards with different abilities. Miles Morales shines in a go-style deck with the ability to:
Skottie Young has been creating comic book covers for Marvel for a long time, so it’s no surprise that the Marvel Snap has a series of “baby” variations featuring his artwork. His Miles Morales Baby Variant features Miles in one of the adorable and iconic Spider-Man poses.
Using a very simple color set, this variant stands out quite a bit in the Marvel Snap’s hectic battles. Enjoy this transformation art in-game or from Miles Morales Spider-Man (2016) #1.
When Miles Morales debuted in the Marvel Snap, a Season Pass variant was available in the Battle Pass for those who finished at level 50. This transforming artwork features custom art for the Marvel Snap featuring a fantastic pose that showcases Miles relaxed and casual. attitude while he was saving the city.
With the bright colors of New York shining on Miles and his phone ready to stream music, it’s hard not to get in the groove with this variation. Drawing by Steve Kurth, ink by Geanes Holland, coloring by Alessia Pastorello.
This transformation showcases one of Miles’ 10th anniversary debut new outfits. Boasting a classic-style Spider-Man suit complete with jacket and leggings, this Miles Morales variant comes into frame in a powerful pose against a psychedelic, colorful backdrop.
You can see this variation in Spider-Man Miles Morales #30, illustrated by Tyler Kirkham and colored by Arif Prianto.
The famous Rian Gonzales has some great variations of the Marvel Snap across multiple sets. Most of the Chibi variants in the Marvel Snap are from G-Angle studios, but some are from Rian Gonzales and shine more than others.
This variation features soft yet vibrant colors that stand out from the traditional style, as Rian Gonzales puts a touch to art rarely seen elsewhere, specializing in gouache and watercolor instead of regular digital art. Check out the little picture of Ghost Spider (Gwen Stacy) in Miles’ backpack!
Kael Ngu is a prolific comic book cover artist for Marvel, and it’s no surprise that two of his variations appear on this list. In this variant artwork, you can see Miles’ 10th anniversary outfit again as he escapes a squadron of apparently CRADLE drones.
Kael Ngu does a great job placing incredibly detailed Miles in a powerful pose on an abstract background. You can find this artwork in Miles Morales: Spider-Man #37.
As they venture out with the Champions, Miles and the others arrive in Weirdworld and transform into different versions of the Middle Ages. Miles becomes the Shadow-Spider, a stealthy rogue who fights with lethal throwing knives, and has his cape infused with some magical powers.
This comic arc may not be well known, but the transformation art speaks for itself with this menacing pose and flying sword. You can also see Miles’ death glare, which must penetrate the opponent’s gaze.
The artist behind the ever-popular Penny Arcade webcomic presents a Miles Morales version. With vibrant colors, his PS4 outfit, and exhilarating powers, this variant has it all.
Some variant artwork depicts Miles in very cool or powerful poses, but this variant showcases Miles’ fun and easygoing side. This artwork was created specifically for the Marvel Snap and cannot be found anywhere else.
Crowd favorite both in games and outside of the Marvel Snap, Kael Ngu brings us another awe-inspiring strain. This super rare variant really shines in the Marvel Snap, with 3D and frame break upgrades.
Even in a static image, you can see and feel Miles Morales jumping for a slam dunk. Once again, Kael Ngu’s powerful pose on an abstract background makes the card stand out from the rest.
You can find it in-game or in Miles Morales: Spider-Man #23.
Inhyuk Lee has one of the most prestigious catalogs of Marvel Comics covers and has a huge presence in Marvel Snaps as well. Most of his transform artwork is placed in their own category, but this nullified version of Miles Morales joins the game’s other nullified characters.
With a terrifying face, pose, and sword, these Knullified Miles may be the scariest of all the Knullified variants. The iconic Knull spiral and chest emblem match Miles’ color scheme.
Find this artwork in Miles Morales: Spider-Man #21.
Of all the variant cards and artwork, Derrick Chew’s artwork stands out from the others in both style and character expression. If you’ve read the comics, played the games, or watched the movies, you know that music and graffiti art are inherent to Miles’ personality and interests.
This transformation portrays Miles as nice, relaxed, and human, just as original creator Brian Michael Bendis intended. If you get a chance to play this card, be prepared to see your opponent’s emotes throughout this card.
Check out this amazing piece from Miles Morales: Spider-Man #35.
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