"B.P.R.D.: 1946, Part 5"
*Herman Von Klempt's Kreigaffen keep the soldiers occupied, while Von Klempt himself, now only a head in a jar atop a mechanical spider, sets the wheels in motion to release the frozen subjects of Operation Vampir Sturm. Yes, not only to release them, but to deliver them to the Heartland of America in a rocket. Bruttenholm manages to foil the attempt, exploding the rocket over France, and miraculously surviving. *Source: Warlock
**B.P.R.D.: 1946 rises to its astounding conclusion as Bruttenholm at last comes face to face with one of the most diabolical villains to emerge from the Third Reich, a mad genius whose creations will plague the B.P.R.D. for years to come. **Source: darkhorse.com
Issue number 43 in the comprehensive numbering of the B.P.R.D. series.
Written by Mike Mignola and Joshua Dysart, illustrated by Paul Azaceta, colored by Nick Filardi, and lettered by Clem Robins wit cover art by Mignola and colored by Dave Stewart.