One of the cool things about running a website like Rock! Shock! Pop! is the opportunity to meet awesome people from around the world – and sometimes, those people are a quick ten minute drive away. When official greetings from Tromaville arrived, it seemed only natural that we’d accept their gracious offer to tour their facilities in Queens, so off we went, camera in hand and silly grins slapped on our mugs.
Initially, there was concern that the building might not be so easy to spot, but once we turned onto the street where they’re located, those fears were swept aside and it became pretty obvious that there was no reason for concern.
The first thing we saw upon entering the building was a giant ‘hand in a can’ – a prop from the recently completed Return To The Class Of Nuke’em High, just sort of sitting there greeting visitors and employees alike.
From there, it was time to head up the stairs to the offices. The first thing we checked
Visible off of the eloquently named Arthur Kills Road on the southern part of Staten Island lies this water logged anomaly that’s captured the eyes of those with an appreciation for the oddities that SI seems to have in abundance (it really is, in my opinion, the strangest of the five burroughs of New York City). This is basically the Witte Marine Salvage yard, a chunk of water off