Rage Comics are a lot like that obscure, off-the-radar television series that offered you unadulterated bliss until it got swept up in the vicious current of the mainstream: The humor starts becoming lowbrow, practically everyone and your grandmother is watching it, and the thing you once cherished most is now an unrecognizable abomination catering to the masses instead of its once dedicated niche audience. The Internet community must be sharing this same animosity since a drastic decline in the number of visitors to Reddit's Rage Comics subreddit has been reported. Given the innumerable amount of poorly drawn comics that were being churned out on a regular basis, we're really not all that surprised.
Simply type the above code that corresponds to the appropriate rage face into Facebook chat, and the image of the rage face you chose will appear, emoticon-like in its existence. Facebook didn't suddenly become hip to the Internet and add rage face emoticons (something from which Google Chat would greatly benefit), but the ability to add rage faces to Facebook chat is more of a hack than anything else, and something to which you can add.
The iconic children's book series by Roger Hargreaves, Mr. Men, otherwise known as that weird cartoon that insomniacs happen upon because it is now six in the morning and they left the television on, has been updated to reflect modern times. You know, by turning them into rage faces. Head on past the break to see the full set.
The rage comic, turned into a video set to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" by reddit user friend168, is exactly what it sounds like: The entirety of "Bohemian Rhapsody" told with rage faces. The full image can be viewed here, but the comic set to the music video is a lot more fun since Freddy Mercury's vocals sound better in real life than they probably do in your head.