Okay, so things got a little out of hand earlier in the week. I received some messages and comments from friends urging me to give Marvel a try, so I decided that since it wouldn’t be hurting anyone I might as well give it a shot. Despite being a lifelong DC fan, I must admit that while their outfits are certainly eye-catching, there is more to Marvel than meets the eye.
Considering how much I’ve grown to appreciate Marvel as of late, I figured it was only fair to check out some of their adult coloring books. To my delight, they did not disappoint.
Color Your Own Deadpool by Ed McGuinness and Tony Moore
Before I even gave Marvel a chance, this was one of my favorite Marvel superheroes, so I chose to start here. This Deadpool coloring book exceeded all of my expectations. To ensure that this is the real deal, you’ll notice a parental advisory sticker on its front, which indicates that this is a Deadpool-related product. All the characters from villains to Deadpool’s best friends can be found in this comic-book-inspired game. There is a lot of detail in the drawings, as well as some dark areas, which contribute to the comic book aesthetic.
There are 60 single-page designs in this coloring book, all of them are printed on medium-grade paper. You may use gel pens, felt-tip pens, and even markers without fear of destroying any of the other designs in the book because of the quality of the paper and the single-sided printing. You may want to keep an extra piece of paper in case any bleed through occurs.
Color Your Own Age Of Ultron by Marvel Comic
This is the last chance for the Marvel heroes to stop the robotic threat Ultron, and this coloring book takes you right into the middle of it. Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk, Thor, Spider-Man, and a slew of the other Avengers are all here. No wonder this coloring book makes you feel like you’re coloring in a comic because the drawings were produced by renowned comic book artists like Bryan Hitch, Brandon Peterson, and Carlos Pacheco.
In the market for a detailed coloring book for adults, this is it. Using only pencils or fine-tipped markers, you must keep within the lines in this Age of Ultron coloring book’s 60 illustrations, which are printed single-sided on medium quality paper. A lot of black is used in the designs, which might be distracting before coloring but actually enhances the design’s depth and gives it a comic book vibe once colour is applied.
Women Of Power
Their life could use a little color, and these heroes from Marvel could use your help! Grab your crayons, pens, or colored pencils and go to work on this stunning collection of comic book line art! Well, except for all those missing colors on their costumes: Ms. Marvel (Captain Marvel), Squirrel Girl (Silk), Silk and Gwen Stacy (Spider-Women Jessica Drew and Gwen Stacy) are all present and right. When you’re done, they’ll be a force to be reckoned with! There are some of the best artists working today who have contributed to this book’s black-and-white images, so can you finish the job? Definitely!
So get out your crayons and pencils, because Skottie Young, the Eisner Award-winning artist, always has the cutest art! You may now use your own imagination to reimagine many of Young’s “Little Marvel” covers, as well as the adorably sweet pages featuring Rocket Raccoon, kiddified Avengers, and many more! Is it a place of order or a place of chaos? Do you want a Spidey in orange and purple? It’s all in your hands now! Black Bolt is turning pink because of you? Fine! Are you a fan of both green and red Hulks at once? Polka-dot your sleeve with a rainbow of colors! The red, white, and blues of Captain America are a no-brainer. That’s just plain wrong! It’s time to rediscover the pure fun of coloring Marvel-style!
When you look around, you see a lot of black, white, and red. Finish the Deadpool Coloring Book and display your work! Your scarlet pens and crimson pencils will be put to rest as you create pinups of the claret-clad clown who’s one of a kind! Or, if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, why not perform your own Crayon X experiment? You have the power to bring Deadpool into a vivid new fuchsia, whether you’re adorning a Jade Wilson or a Merc With the Mauve. You’ll have a lot of fun regenerating your favorite characters with this book’s 60 pages of line drawings by some of the best illustrators ever. With one hand, hold your chimichanga while the other holds a coloring tool, and unleash your inner artist.
COLORING DC: BATMAN HUSH VOL. 1 from DC Comics joins the growing trend of adult coloring books featuring all of your favorite characters. On hefty stock that can be colored, the legendary tales of DC Comics are reimagined in black and white. This coloring book is based on Batman: Hush, one of the greatest graphic novels of all time. This story was illustrated by Jim Lee, a well-known artist recognized for his delicate lines and attention to detail.
Color Your Own Civil War by Steve McNiven
Using pencil or fine-tipped markers to keep within the lines is required for this coloring book by illustrator Steve McNiven, which features beautiful and intricate patterns. Whether or not super humans should be classified as such has been a source of bitter contention among the Avengers ever since the Civil War broke out. Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, and a slew of other Marvel superheroes square off inside. This coloring book and the Age of Ultron one could theoretically be swapped as having the best designs, but I personally prefer the subject matter of this book, thus it takes the top rank in my book for me.
With perforated pages, you can easily remove and display your favorite of the 60 drawings in this coloring book’s single-sided, medium-quality paper. These designs have a lot of black parts, which I can imagine some people being bothered by, but I think that once the drawings are finalized, they give them a comic book-like feel..
Marvel enthusiasts, have fun coloring!