If you are a Misfits fan then you already own several pieces of Misfits clothing, I’m sure. But who hasn’t owned a Misfits t-shirt at some point in his life: if you are passionate about punk, music and alternative fashion you must parade around town with your fiend t-shirt!
Did you know that the Paul Caiafa (Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein and historic The Misfits guitarist) is planning to put together the Misfits classic line-up? He wants to bring Glenn Danzig and Jerry Only (the Only remaining member of the original member and Paul’s brother) back together on stage. That would be amazing and we could all go to the concerts wearing all-things-Misfits – from head to toe!
Woman Misfits Clothing
I find the Crimson Ghost sexy. Do I have a problem or is it a common feeling? I think it’s because I like skulls when they’re so peculiar, and I find the story behind this logo very beguiling: the first time The Misfits used the fiend skull was on the Horror Business single (June 1979) and it was inspired by a 1946 film serial called The Crimson Ghost (mystery unveiled: that’s why they call it crimson even if it’s not crimson!) directed by Fred C. Brannon and William Witney. They liked it so much they decided to use it as a logo for the rest of their career!
Men Misfits Clothing
Do you have some crimson ghost apparel? Would you wear it? Tell us below in the comments!
photo credit: The Misfits