I’m afraid this is what came out of my brain today, whilst on the train back to Oxford after a day in London. I went for a meeting which finished an hour before the National Gallery closed. At the gallery I was inspired by a striking image of St. Michael slaughtering a devil, painted in 1468 by Bartolomé Bermejo:
Saint Michael Triumphs over the Devil, by Bartolomé Bermejo, 1468
I mean — Jeepers Creepers, where’d you get those eyes?

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Bartolomé's devil rides a train through moonlit countryside.