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The Mountain God

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The Mountain God
Produced for: L'Uomo Mascherato
#197 (1967)
# of pgs: 26
Writer: (?)
Artist: Germano Ferri
Original colorist: unknown
Producer: Fratelli Spada

"The Mountain God" is a 1966 Fratelli Spada story by Germano Ferri.

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Old jungle sayings


Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

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  • "Fjellguden", Fantomet 6/1971 (with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson; It says "Bergsguden" at the cover)
  • "Fjellguden", Krønikebok #28 (2006; with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)
  • "Fjellguden", Fantomet Kronologisk #21 (2022; with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)

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  • "Der Berg der bösen Träume", Phantom #36 (1975; with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)
  • "Der Berg der bösen Träume", Phantom Das große Album #7 (with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)