This newer "What If" from Marvel presents six different stories. The first, "What if the Fantastic Four were Cosmonauts" is the best. The Ultimate Federalist Freedom Fighters consists of Rudion Richards, Piotr Rasputin (Colossus), his sister Iliana (Magic) and Natasha Romanoff. They end up fighting America's The Avengers--and there are fatalities. The next story is "What If Prince Namor Grew Up on Land?", which involves the original Torch, events of World War II--and undersea Nazis who have taken over Atlantis. "What if Captain America Fought in the Civil War" is just okay, which has Bucky turning into the White Skull. The Dardedevil tale, which takes place in Japan, did not leave much of an impression, nor did Thor being the Herald of Galactus (hated the artwork for this story!). However, placing Wolverine in 1930's Chicago, as The Punisher character fit very well. The weakest part of the book is the connecting story, which has a young computer genius able to hack into viewing all these alternate realities, like The Watcher. That was unnecessary.