- the functional stuff -
Writing desk area for administrative work. This is a "pencil desk" purchased from Amazon, with just one small drawer suitable for a few pens, notepads, and pencils. A rolling hanging folder cart is on the left of the desk, and a small shredder sits beneath it. This is where the bills get paid, sketches get drawn, and phone calls get answered.
- the fun stuff -
The right side of the credenza is bordered by a Mummy poster, with Sideshow Toys beneath it. That's the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Curse of the Werewolf, Mummy, Wolfman and the Metaluna Monster. Around the corner is the Star Wars "Circus Poster", a Kiss limited edition circus-themed poster, Creature from the Black Lagoon poster, Arthur Suydam Batman poster, Castle Dracula Colorforms box lid from the 70's, a few smaller classic postcards, Ralph McQuarrie concept art from Star Wars, a picture of me with Batman (a visitor to my father's Two Guys store in the late 70's), and a European Watchmen cover, in poster form, featuring Rorschach. Figures on the shelves are Chewbacca, a Randy Bowen original bust, some friends from Toonsylvania, McFarlane's Kiss Psycho Circus figures, Universal Monsters busts of Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster and the Wolfman, Cyclops, Batman, The Flash and a more classic Batman. A die cast Batmobile is below the Rorschach poster, and the museum shelves hold Sideshow Toys' Universal Monsters Mountain, a Kermit the Frog bobblehead bust, Nosferatu by Sideshow Toys, a Swedish Chef car, Spiderman, a stray Son of Frankenstein from Sideshow, and that's Peter Criss's head peeking out from below.