So, staring at the blot, what's the first feature that strikes us?
We see a figure in a suit in the middle of the image that dominates all the other things we can see. We have a picture of an "anon" suit from a post about Nietzsche that's just right.
Okay, now we're suited up, what's the next most striking feature?
Probably the scorpion/spider/crabs at the bottom left and right.
Scorpions would be nice. Scorpions with penises for stings would be even nicer (psychoanalysts love genitalia).
Hmm, can't find any of those but we do remember seeing a spider with tits in one of Doré's illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy.
Nice! What next?
The figure appears to have cloven hooves. That's good - analysts like religious imagery almost as much as genitalia and goats are a little of both.
We remembered seeing some silly cloven-hoofed boots as fetishistic accessories to a fashion shoot. A quick image search soon turned them up.
Now, our figure needs a head.
It looks a bit like Kif from Futurama but that's not going to mess with anybody's head. We need a narrow-headed figure with religious or sexual connotations. Guan Yin should fit the bill - her depictions are often very attenuated. (We suspect it started out as a pragmatic solution to fitting a figure into an ivory tusk and then became part of her iconography.)
There we go. Now what? Still no genitals: a snake will do.
Fortunately there's a suitable snake-head like white space above the bodhisattva's head.
We should probably have stopped here but having covered up all the other bits, we're left with a pair of bushy-browed eyes and a Freddie Mercury mustache. We thought of putting Nietzsche's face in the background but we can't think of any head on pictures of him (he was probably cross-eyed).
Who else do we know with a gay clone look?
Let's mess with RR's head a little and use his old profile picture.
(Perhaps he changed it after trolling the onanomaniacs at Omegle a little too hard.)
...Maybe not - only his Mother would recognize her little boy under all that junk.
How about cat's eyes?
Let's go with this fellow instead.
Okay, that'll do. Now we just need a pretentious name with a pun and/or double entendre.
Maybe a quote from the movie with Freudian overtones? How about "You know, you remind me of my father"? (Suciô fell asleep half way through the movie so we're struggling a little here.) imdb.com to the rescue: let's go with
"Never start with the head, the victim gets all fuzzy".