My main beef with Jour J is actually its format: Euro-style comics are basically the size of 2-3 US-style comics, which is very short to develop both an AH background and an interesting storyline. Wundewaffen is pure ASB, even ASBIB (for batsh*t insane), plus an increasingly unealthy dose of Germanwank. I'm still following out of dorky love for of said Wunderwaffen, but once the series is over, I'm selling it back without remorse. You also have the six-issue Le Grand Jeu, also written by J.P Pécau, that combines AH and the occult – more like "magical realism", Jacques Bergier-style (as in The Morning of the Magicians). It has a fairly good storyline that compensates for the level of disbelief required to contemplate a French victory in 1941. Pécau is also urrently writing a comic book adaptation of the "France Fights On" timeline.