As the final battle is about to start (spoiler? not really) Kick-Ass (Aaron Johnson) even hides behind the refrigerated display case that sits right in front of the elevator doors in D'Amico's penthouse, like a really gruesome welcome mat.
Unlike just about everything else in the sequence, "Self" never gets destroyed. As art world legend has it (although this story has been disproven), the original Quinn blood sculpture, from 1991, melted when its owner, collector Charles Saatchi, was having his kitchen renovated and contractors unplugged his fridge (gross!). Is the work's (or at least a well-made copy) inclusion in Kick-Ass meant as a critique of Quinn and the Young British Artists movement that he and Damien Hirst have become the figure-heads of, or is just a joke about the kind of blood-thirsty mobster D'Amico turns out to be that he would have an artwork made of blood in his home?