See How My Chemical Romance's Brilliant 'Na Na Na' Video Was Made!

My Chemical Romance's "Na Na Na" video is a campy, kitschy, crazy joyride, which stars My Chemical Romance as killjoys: "Party Poison" (Gerard Way), "Jet Star" (Ray Toro), "Fun Ghoul" (Frank Iero) and "Kobra Kid" (Mikey Way), who are out to fight the modern-day evils of Better Living Industries.

But "Na Na Na" also features a ton of full-speed-ahead, high-octane, blink-and-miss-'em little details that add up to an expertly art-directed video (by Jason Fijal) that sets the California desert on fire.

We already showed you one behind-the-scenes video from the "Na Na Na" set. But now we have a brand-new, never-before-seen making-of the "Na Na Na" video, where we zoom in on all of My Chemical Romance's brilliant little "Na Na Na" details, from the letter-perfect graffiti, precise detailing on that '79 Trans Am, the rayguns, the otherworldly beings--aliens, mannequins, mascots and misfits--right down to the bloody beds at the worst roadside motel ever.

"Na Na Na" was directed by Roboshobo and Gerard Way, based on Gerard's video concept, and this behind-the-scenes, video-behind-the-video shows Gerard and the band in the costumes Gerard sketched (designed by Colleen Atwood), putting the Technicolor-spaghetti-western-on-crank, "Natural Born Killers" finishing touches on the video.

See how My Chemical Romance's "Na Na Na" was made in this exclusive behind-the-scenes video. My Chemical Romance's Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys album is out Nov. 22.