What If?: Civil War collects various What If? one-shots, including Annihilation, Civil War, Planet Hulk, Spider-Man VS. Wolverine, and Rise and Fall of the Shi'ar. With that knowledge alone, that should tell you whether or not this TPB is worth a look or picking up, and while some of the stories featured here are definitely worth a look, a majority of what you'll find here just isn't worth your time. What If?: Annihilation, written by David Hine and drawn by Mico Suayan, is by far the best of the bunch, as Annihilus chases Nova back to Earth as Civil War is reaching its apex. Though the story here is predictable, it is nevertheless enjoyable and Suayan's artwork is quite good to boot. What If?: Civil War, featuring the writing talent of New Warriors scribe Kevin Grevioux, Christos Gage, and small snippets from Ed Brubaker, with artwork from Gustavo, Harvey Tolibao, and Marko Djurdjevic; is a collection of small stories that go nowhere, including what would have happened if Iron Man had died instead of Captain America. What If?: Planet Hulk follows the multiple stories idea, and is written by Planet Hulk and World War Hulk scribe Greg Pak. The stories focus on what would have happened had the Hulk died and Caiera come to Earth for revenge, what if the Hulk had landed on the peaceful planet that Tony Stark and co. had intended, and the humerous what if Bruce Banner would have been discovered on Sakaar. What If?: Spider-Man VS Wolverine is based on a story from the 80's where Peter Parker becomes an assassin in Russia alongside Wolvie, while Rise and Fall of the Shi'ar focuses on what would have happened if Vulcan would have harnessed the power of the Phoenix. Both stories are just plain awful to say the least, with the Annihilation and Planet Hulk tales being undoubtedly the best things about this TPB. If you are at all interested in the What If? mythos, you are better off tracking down the Annihilation and Planet Hulk single issues to save yourself some cash instead of having to read the other lame titles included here, but for What If? afficiondos, this TPB may be worth a look. That being said, don't say you weren't warned.