Now that My Chemical Romance's Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys is out, I'm finding more and more questions about it leading people to this site. I figured it would be beneficial to address some of the ones that are asked most frequently in one place for the benefit of all! I hope this helps!
ORIGINAL POST: November 24, 2010 @ 11:57 P.M.
UPDATED: March 18, 2011 @ 9:47 P.M.
-Corresponding MCR member: Guitarist, Frank Iero
-Raygun: Green with horror-style stickers attached to it
-Symbol: A smiling face with one eye crossed out and a jagged mouth
-Physical Description: Wears a yellow shirt with black-striped accents over which he wears a military vest. In the video for "SING," Fun Ghoul bears a scar on the right side of his face at his mouth.
-Mask: Purple and green Frankenstein mask
-Additional Information: ...
Jet Star -Corresponding MCR member:Guitarist, Ray Toro -Raygun: Blue with red and white details and the text "…
I usually don’t post too many personal blogs here, but I have had so many comments and questions about my hair that I have decided to divulge to you, my trusted readers, my secrets.
As most of you know, my hair style is modeled after the lead singer of My Chemical Romance, Gerard Way. First appearing with a red patch in the back of his hair in an issue of Spin magazine, he shocked and intrigued many fans with the style that he maintained throughout spring 2005. That is, of course, until he stunned us all by chopping his long hair off completely for the music video for “The Ghost of You,” but that is a story for a future blog: "A History of Gerard Way’s Hair (So you People Never Have to Annoyingly Ask Him About it Again)”.
So, how do you obtain Gerard Way’s red-and-black “Taste of Chaos” hairstyle? Here’s how I do it:
Okay, pretend my hair is completely black for now. You must first part off a section at the back of your hair. So that you can re-dye this area more easily…
Shortly after the cryptic change of My Chemical Romance's website, a strange Twitter account called "Dr. Death Defying" appeared. It was followed by only NewsAGoGo and a friend of the band when it reached out mysteriously to one fan, who tipped everyone off. It was later followed (then subsequently unfollowed) by both Ray Toro and Frank Iero.
Things got weird. Here's how it's going down so far...