Four scans from Captain America #601, Gene Colan's one-issue return to drawing (so, another candidate for "the last full comic illustrated by Gene Colan").
This was written about three years ago, I believe; I recall hearing some mention of it around then, though as an annual. The framing device is set circa Civil War #3-4, as Bucky (in his post-Winter Soldier, pre-Cap garb) talks with Nick Fury about one of their past adventures in a little town in Belgium, following Patton's raising the siege of Bastogne. Brubaker said he consulted with Colan as to what he was interested in drawing, and ended up with a mix of his Cap stuff and Tomb of Dracula. A vampire's on the loose, killin' folks, and Steve and Bucky are on the case. When the Wehrmacht originally rolled on through, one of the officers was a vampire, but he was long gone, leaving only his legacy behind. It seems they've uncovered the person behind it, one of the famous ladies participating in a USO show, but Cap is suspicious (since it's not clear how the departed vampire-Nazi could have been involved, and it seems unlikely they'd be unrelated).
Colan's one of the greats, but this reveal image lost a lot of its impact for me because I was focussed pretty much entirely on trying to figure out the perspective on that huge hand.