Gerard Way is releasing another page from his and Youth Code’s Sara Taylor's The Quarantine Coloring Book today with a drawing Way made himself.

The new page marks the last from Volume I showing off characters from comic book Gerard Way might be putting together eventually.

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The “Pink Station Zero” piece is displaying nine characters from a comic Way may end up working on down the line.

The description for the page can be read below.

"So here we are. The last page for Volume I. Gerard Way. There simply aren’t words. Gerard has advocated on behalf of art, in every form, every day for as long as we can recall. He is an incredible father & husband. He is everything one would ever ask for in a friend. He is unforgiving, in the best way, in his pursuit of creating. He is one of the best storytellers we will ever have the pleasure of knowing. 

This piece, “Pink Station Zero”, is a character study he did for a comic that may come to life one day. It is an idea that he loves and that is very dear to him. This makes it even more special for him to share it with #tqcb first. Enjoy!!

Thank you, Gerard!"

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The book started back in April and has featured everyone from Alison Mosshart of The Kills and Every Time I Die‘s Jordan Buckley, My Chemical Romance guitarists Ray Toro and Frank Iero plus famed illustrators such as Tom Scioli and Alan Brown among others.

The book is entirely free to download but they are asking that any donations go to The First Responder’s Children Foundation. The foundation helps families of first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic.


What do you think of Gerard Way's last page for the first volume of The Quarantine Coloring Book? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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