Having an alter ego is a great way to pursue disparate interests: Superman was able to satisfy his love for journalism as Clark Kent, and Shaq was able to satisfy his love for rapping-genies-residing-in-boomboxes as Kazaam. Satisfying her love for edgy comic-esque greeting cards, Rhoda Perdition.
From a Providence-based cartoonist/illustrator who moonlights as a blocker/ jammer in the local roller derby league (her nickname's from whence her business name comes), RP is a line of edgy illustrated greeting cards and art prints with a comic book sensibility that're billed as "groan-inducing, punny, cheeky, cute, in questionable taste, or just disgraceful" -- a quote basically plagiarized from Rob Schneider's Wikipedia entry. Fresh designs include I Am Here to Help, a sentiment conveyed by an ominous arm-raised grey/red Soviet Transformer adorned w/ hammer & sickle insignia across its chest; Rooster With Lazer Eyes not surprisingly depicting a brown cock w/ lightning bolts shooting from its head; and a red dress'd woman slapping her man friend after reading the "You're Old" b-day card he presented to her titled "Slappy Birthday", also what Tina Turner actually thought the song was called until 1978. There's also a healthy spread of derby-themed cards like Super Roller Guy, a streaking black/green-caped Flash-esque super hero; one that displays a bullseye zoomed in on a skater's head below the military stenciled slogan, "Aim for the Stars"; and a lingerie'd roller girl giving the thumbs up as she's bent over the lap of a busty female referee called Spanks for Everything, also the name of a consortium of cruel English nannies.
Other endearing designs include a yellow nunchuck-wielding head w/ arms that reads "I Wish You Happiness", "You Are a Delight" portraying a squirrel hugging a giant suspended nut, and a sassy redhead showing off her whale tale below the banner, "Thongratulations" -- an image most enjoyed by your alter ego GingerBed Man.