Spider-Man is the face of Marvel, so it is strange that until recently he was rarely used in Marvel Snap decks. However, with the new update and rework of this card, Friendly Neighbor has become the basis for decks with a focus on destruction and card movement.
You might be asking, “Wait, is Spider-Man finally a threat to NYC like Jay John predicted?” Not really. Initially, this hero cost 4 mana and had a power equal to 2. Spider-Man also forbade the opponent to play a card on the next turn at this location.
Now Spider-Man has become more mobile – after playing, he is transferred to another location and takes one of his opponent’s cards with him. This tactic can be played interestingly by disrupting the plans of the enemy.
Western sites write that the new spider can be paired with Kraven the Hunter, Wong and even Kingpin. It is also worth looking in the direction of this deck with a 58% chance of winning.