- "Kill them."
In 1936, he along with von Hassell, Janice Le Roi and several other men boarded a freighter headed to Siberia when it stopped in Japan. After von Hassell captured the other passengers, Alex Beresford-Hope and Indiana Jones, Jones and Le Roi were left adrift in a shot-up rowboat. Reaching Siberia, this agent was part of the party that set out on sledges pulled by dogs to find the mountain housing the Tomb of the Gods.
The agent survived both an attack by Indiana Jones on the expedition, and falling into a giant chasm that led to the passageway to the Tomb. Carrying a machine gun, he helped deter any escape attempts by Alex Beresford-Hope and their new captive, Marcus Brody. When the group entered the antechamber of the tomb, the agent eventually joined two of his colleagues, a bald smoking man, and a man with a goatee. Together with these men, he became possessed by the voices coming from the green nodules on the wall - voices that commanded him to kill the rest and open the door.
After von Hassell killed Beresford-Hope for refusing to open the door, the three possessed agents turned on the rest of their party. With their eyes green, and their skin starting to fester from the alien possession, they opened fire with their machine guns on their colleagues, killing several of the other Ahnenerbe men.
The agent found Brody, who had avoided the initial gunfire by having fallen over. The gunman paused over Brody and repeated his command to kill, but before he could fire, Indiana Jones swung in on a vine, and kicked the agent over with both feet to the face, knocking his weapon away.
If the agent wasn't killed by Jones' attack, he was definitely killed when the massive structure collapsed from the explosion caused by Jones' dynamite.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
Since the artwork is different between the fourth issue and the previous issues, it is not clear whether the bald agent seen in the final issue is meant to be a particular agent seen in previous issues. There is a blond Ahnenerbe gunman on board the ship in the second issue, but it may not be the same character. However, the agent would presumably need to be present in the dog-pulled sledge scenes of the third issue, and also on board the ship in the second issue.