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The Flying Friar (2005) - #1
Speakeasy Comics

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Rich Johnston

Thomas Paul Nachlik - 'Tomek'

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Thomas Mauer

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Cover Date: December 2005
Cover Price: US $ 4.95

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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 52 pages

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A baby arrives during a meteor shower. He grows up with extraordinary powers but keeps them hidden while trying to save his friends, his family and the whole world. It's happening in 17th century rural Italy... and it's all based on a true story.

Rich Johnston, author of Lying In The Gutters, and acclaimed German artist Thomas Nachlik, tell the most remarkable events in the life of Saint Joseph of Copertino, The Flying Friar, and his best of friends Lux, descendant of Martin Luther. Religion vs. Science, Good vs. Evil, Friend vs. Friend and everyone on the wrong side. An outstanding religious superhero coming-of-age tale for our time!

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