Hi @jordandukes! If you have good portfolio then there is no problems, most companies are international and you could speak English. German you could learn while leaving here, of course, in future that would be important to enjoy Germany and talk to natives. The biggest problem in Munich is to get an apartment - it's easier here to find a new job then a new apartment Also your chances depend on your salary level, most people move to Germany for some reasonable salary and then start looking for better job options. I think Germany is more for leaving, for earning money America is better. For management and top positions it's important to speak German, that's why it's difficult to get high salary level, because position = income; if you could get one without German skills then just take it.
P.S. Just set your current country in xing or linkedin to Germany and they will come for you Recruiters are very annoying when you have a job, but in your case they could propose you lots of options