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What If?: Civil War TPB Paperback – 23 Apr 2008
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Though I'm not as interested in the other stories I plan to at least mention them, and since I mentioned my favourite first I might as well say my least favourite now. The story based on Caiera the Oldstrong living instead of the Hulk is poor in my opinion. She returns to earth with her warbound and in 4 pages had defeated all of earth and taken the Avengers as her slaves. Major characters like Iron Man, Sentry, Dr Strange and Mr Fantastic are killed instantly, no fight taking place. She easily defeats everyone, no one even coming close to touching her. I found this story disappointing since I was hoping for a grand fight but I guess since it was only a short story they didn't have time for that. In my opinion though if they didn't have the room to make it good, they shouldn't have done it.
The story on Annihilus is good with a great heroic scene at the end, but unfortunately I was never big on the Phoenix or Spiderman so the last two comics I didn't really pay attention too. I have to reccommend the X-Men 'What if?Read more ›
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The stories are clever, original and show what comics can do when they don't have to worry about propping up the next Big Event. The irony is obviously that those stories riff on those very same Big Events. If you're familiar with Marvel Comics in the late aughts, What If? Civil War is worth picking up. If you're not, they should still be a good read.