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Collectively, the contents of the shrine contrasted in a strange way with Chris's otherwise intensive efforts to assert his stereotypical masculinity and heterosexuality. It was full of My Little Pony figurines, stuffed Hello Kitty toys, hyper-feminine shoujo manga like Fushigi Yûgi and Tokyo Mew Mew, DVDs of Wedding Peach and other similarly effeminate shoujo anime, Sailor Moon merchandise, and at least one American live-action chick flick (The Truth About Cats & Dogs).
The shrine featured different pieces of artwork encased in clear page protectors, organized in two columns, presumably all drawn by Megan. The left column featured Megan's original version of Patti-Chan as well as various Pokémon drawn in a Sonic the Hedgehog art style, while the right one has a drawing of Sailor Moon along with pictures of two of Megan's characters: Spunky Skunk, who would be written into Chris's comics as Megagi La Skunk; and Hound Howl, who would be adapted into the world of Sonichu as Canino Houndhowl. Notably, each picture except for those of Sailor Moon and Patti-Chan appear to have been traced from the same source, an official Sonic the Hedgehog illustration. This indicates that, like Chris, Megan found some merit in recoloring the same character. However, it is not surprising that Megan's traces and redesigns are more complex and of an arguably higher quality than Chris'.
By September 19th, 2009, Chris had removed parts of the shrine, including the gallery of artwork. Almost exactly a year later, Chris had removed much of the shrine altogether, with the exception of his My Little Pony memorabilia.
These are the objects which were collected as a result of Megan and her apparent influence over Chris. There may be more objects hidden in the organized chaos of Chris's room.
- Sailor Moon R: The Movie
- Sailor Moon: The Legend Begins
To the left of the bookshelf the following drawings were hung:
- Sailor Megtune drawing
- A drawing of Megan as the Yu-Gi-Oh! character The Dark Magician
- A drawing of Chris as the Yu-Gi-Oh! character Dark Magician Girl
- A drawing of Ace of Clubs, who would later on be incorporated into the comics as Patti-Chan.
- A drawing of a Raichu.
- Pending Doom drawing
- Apocolypse drawing
- Ice Cune drawing
Three drawings were hung to the right of the bookshelf:
- Sailor Moon drawing by Megan
- Spunky Skunk drawing, who would later on be retconned in Sonichu as Megagi La Skunk.
- Hound Howl drawing. Appeared in the Wedding Comic as Canino Houndhowl.
On the bottom of the of the bookshelf three drawings were placed: the covers for CWC's Mix Jams '06: Story of My Quest Part 1 and 2 (apparently some kind of a Megan-themed CD) with a drawing of Mewtwo between them. Photos of the bookshelf after the Megan Shrine was removed reveal that the drawings at the bottom hid a fifth shelf.