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Brian Michael Bendis' Phenomena, a new fantasy for all ages with Andrew Lima Araujo through Abrams Comics Arts, isn't what was expected. Fans of Rick Remender's work in the early 2000s will appreciate books like Uncanny X-Force, Fear Agent and Deadly Class, which are some of the best comics of all time.