“Frank Iero is a huge fan of film director Tim Burton, so you can only imagine how ridiculously stoked the My Chemical Romance guitarist was when he was asked to contribute to the soundtrack-companion album for the remake of Burton’s first film, Frankenweenie. Iero’s track, “This Song Is A Curse,” feels like a collision of film composer maestro Danny Elfman’s aesthetics with Suicidal Tendencies’ bona fide punk classic “Institutionalized.”
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Dark Horse Comics is taking on New York Comic Con in a big way.
The main point of interest for some of you…
Saturday October 13
5:00 p.m. THE TRUE LIVES OF THE FABULOUS KILLJOYS: Gerard Way, Becky Cloonan, Shaun Simon*
•Ticketed event. Please see details below.
Yes you read that right. Oh to be so lucky to sit in on this panel. Hopefully there will be epic video for those of us who cannot attend.
“In a nearly lightless unisex bathroom in the Body English club at Las Vegas’ Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Gerard Way, “My Chemical Romance” vocalist, creator of the Dark Horse Comics-published science fiction/superhero series “The Umbrella Academy” and MorrisonCon special guest, unpacked a shaving kit and stated what he loved most about the convention was the chance to have in-depth conversations with fans. “I never get to do that. Usually, they truck everybody through,” Way said, calling the convention an “amazing” change of pace…” Read more here at Comic Book Resources.
Photo courtesy of Comic Book Resources.
Comic Book Resources has a behind the scenes sneak peek of MorrisCon with a few sweet pics to share and more!
Check out “The Sound of the Atom Splitting” panel that Gerard partook in during the weekend at Morrisoncon. Great quality, video and audio, courtesy of Paloma Perez.
Mikey Way and Gerard Way with Grant and Kristan Morrison (and another guy) at MorrisCon.
Source Mikey Way Tumblr
Video of Grant Morrison and Gerard Way performing at MorrisCon.
Video credit Paloma Perez