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'''"The God fallen from the Sky"''' is a 1968 [[Fratelli Spada stories|Fratelli Spada story]] by [[Raul Buzzelli]].
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'''"The God Fallen from the Sky"''' is a 1968 [[Fratelli Spada stories|Fratelli Spada story]] by [[Raul Buzzelli]].
  
 
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*"Der falsche Regenmacher", [[Phantom Das große Album 7|''Phantom Das große Album'' #7]] (with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)
 
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Latest revision as of 19:23, 3 December 2019

The God Fallen from the Sky
Produced for: L'Uomo Mascherato
#82 (1968)
# of pgs: 24
Writer: (?)
Artist: Raul Buzzelli
Original colorist: unknown
Producer: Fratelli Spada

"The God Fallen from the Sky" is a 1968 Fratelli Spada story by Raul Buzzelli.

Plot summary

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Appearances

Recurring characters

One-time characters

Locations

Tribes

Organizations

Vehicles

Items

Old jungle sayings


Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

Mini denmark.gif Denmark

Mini france.gif France

Mini israel.gif Israel

  • "האל שנפל מהשמיים" (romanized as "Aele Shenafal Mashamiyime"), Phantomas #1 (ca 1974)

Mini italy.gif Italy

Mini norway.gif Norway

  • "Guden fra det høye", Fantomet 9/1971 (with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)

Mini sweden.gif Sweden

  • "Guden från skyarna", Fantomen 5/1970 (with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)

Mini germany.gif West Germany