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[personal profile] doctorkilljoy
Primary Fanwork created by doctorkilljoy:

Title: In Firmer Chains Our Hearts Confine
Format: AO3
Bands: My Chemical Romance, Comics RPF
Pairings: Gerard Way/Grant Morrison
Size: 37,092
Rating: E
Warnings: Non graphic violence
Summary:
Former musical composer and current writer Gerard Way is a sensation of the musical and literary scenes of 1800s London. But after struggling for ages with his new book, he’s close to giving up. Until he receives an offer from Grant Morrison himself; to go to his manor in Scotland and work on his novel in peace. Gerard seizes upon the chance immediately. Grant, however, has a dark secret he’s desperately trying to keep hidden. And Gerard has a few of his own.


On AO3


Complement Fanwork created by winterlover:

Title: Art for "In Firmer Chains, Our Hearts Confine" by doctorkilljoy
Format: AO3
Bands: My Chemical Romance, Comics RPF
Pairings: Gerard Way/Grant Morrison
Size: Unknown
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: None
Summary:
As stated in the text, some photographs I used for my artwork are by me, others are borrowed from the internet. If you discover that I've used one of yours and would like me to remove it, please tell me and I'll comply.


On AO3
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[personal profile] prophetic
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Primary Fanwork created by [personal profile] prophetic:

Title: No Future In Our Dreaming

Format: fic

Bands: My Chemical Romance, The Used

Pairings: Frank/Ray, Frank/Gerard, (brief and incidental Gerard/Bert), Frank/Jamia

Size: 48,908 words

Rating: Explicit

Warnings: sexual content with both characters under 18; drug use and addiction; depression/mental illness; dubious consent; character deaths (minor and off-screen)

Summary:
Frank and Gerard are Americans from Jersey who meet for the first time in 1976 as expats in London. Frank has fallen in with a group of London punks whose noise and rage offer more than the study-abroad year he abandoned. Music has always touched him deeply, but he's reluctant to dredge up the complicated past. Gerard is a struggling photographer and a hanger-on from the art school crowd. He possibly takes too many pills. He may be losing track of where to go next with his art.

1970s Brit punk AU. Remix of Giovanni’s Room, by James Baldwin.

No Future In Our Dreaming on AO3



Complement Fanwork created by [personal profile] winterlover:

Title: artwork for [personal profile] prophetic's story "No Future In Our Dreaming"
Format: graphics, photos
Bands: My Chemical Romance
Pairings: Frank/Gerard
Size: picture-heavy
Rating: none
Warnings: very mild spoilers for the story
Summary: complementary artwork
on AO3



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[personal profile] sundrowned
Primary Fanwork created by Sundrowned:

Title: Hand in Mine, Into Your Icy Blues
Format: Fanfic
Bands:
My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, The Used
Pairings:
Gerard Way/Frank Iero
Size:
28,000 words
Rating:
PG-13
Warnings:
Physical abuse between peers, Emotional abuse between parent and child
Summary:
Gerard is the captain of the hockey team and his overbearing father is
the coach. When a new boy named Frank joins the team, Gerard has to decide
weather to follow his father's orders to stay away from the boy or choose his
own path.


Hand in Mine, Into Your Icy Blues


Complement Fanwork created by Winterlover:

Title:
Art for "Hand in mine, into your icy blues" by Sundrowned
Format:
graphic art
Bands:
My Chemical Romance
Pairings:
Gerard Way/Frank Iero
Size:
10 images, all 800x700 or smaller
Rating:
Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings:
blood in one of the pictures; image-heavy; my explanations and the pictures contain spoilers, so you might want to read the story first.
Summary:
Art for Sundrowned's story "Hand in mine, into your icy blues" for Wave One of Bandom Big Bang 2015.


Art for "Hand in mine, into your icy blues" by Sundrowned

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