Doom Patrol Vol.2 #27
In Paris, Mister Nobody reads from the writings of Thomas De Quincey regarding a conversation the philosopher had with poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge on the subject of a painting he claimed could devour a person. Nobody declares that he wants that painting - the painting that eats people. Though the original was destroyed in 1814, a duplicate was created many years later.
The painting eventually resurfaced in 1923 as part of the collection of the enigmatic and sadistic Comte D'Aguille. It was then seized by the Nazis, and fell into the hands of Horst Eismann, a collector of occult oddities, who has since kept it in a converted observatory in the French alps. Mister Nobody intends his Brotherhood of Dada to break in and steal that painting.
This title is Suggested for Mature Readers.