11 More Pop Culture Coloring Books

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As you well know by now, coloring books aren’t just for kids anymore. These days, you can find coloring books about almost anything you can imagine. We’ve already compiled one list of spectacular pop culture coloring books, but there are so many available now that we had to make another. These books are the perfect way to de-stress while waiting for that much-delayed movie sequel or the next season of your favorite TV show.


Thanks to the generous people at Scholastic, there are a whole slew of Harry Potter coloring books to choose from. This poster book contains 20 designs printed on high-quality card stock, so when you’re done with your creations, you can tear them out and hang them (they're one-sided, making them perfect for decorating your home). The designs come from two of the regular coloring books in the series, Harry Potter Coloring Book and Harry Potter Magical Creatures Coloring Book.

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Anything goes in Lewis Carroll’s magic world of Wonderland, so the coloring possibilities are likewise endless. In this book, illustrator Amily Shen created 80 pages of beautiful and intricate designs—everything from the Cheshire Cat's smile to the teacups at the Mad Hatter's tea party—for fans of the classic tale to color.

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Lovers of the novels and Starz television series Outlander will enjoy reliving it all with this official coloring book. You’ll need to grab a lot of green pencils to fill in the rolling hills of the Scottish Highlands.

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Color in your favorite fraternal paranormal hunting duo as they drive across the country in their black 1967 Chevy Impala (or any color car you want, really). This 96-page coloring book features a whole host of characters, angels, and monsters from the CW show Supernatural that could all use a bit of color. Each page is intricately detailed, so colorers will need plenty of time on their hands to get through it all.

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5. DOCTOR WHO; $11

If you already worked your way through the last Doctor Who coloring book, consider pre-ordering the next installment, which features a number of the doctor’s friends as well as notable people from history like Winston Churchill, William Shakespeare, and Vincent van Gogh. The book comes out this July, so you either need the TARDIS or a little patience to get your hands on a copy.

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Break out your red and purple crayons, because you’re going to need them if you want to do Disney’s best villains justice. Color in the extravagant outfits of villains like Cruella De Vil and Ursula (preferably while cackling maniacally). The fancy cover, a thick board with double metallic foil stamping, is fitting for any villain.

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The Walking Dead

comics have traditionally always been in black and white, but now is your chance to inject a little color (mostly brown and red). There are 96 pages of gunslinging survivors and shambling zombies to color your way through.

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Just in time for the movie, Marvel fans can give their comic book heroes a makeover. There are 120 single-sided pages to color, all featuring the heroes we all know and love. Whether you’re a Captain America fan or an Iron Man fan, there’s plenty of content for both sides.


Celebrate Wonder Woman throughout the years with this new coloring book that comes out in October. Color in the star-spangled hero as she explores her homeland, Themyscira and fights crime in the United States. The 80-page coloring book offers hours of entertainment.

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The “Colour Me Good” series has a ton of different celebrities to choose from, including Ryan Gosling and Harry Styles. Another option is pop star Taylor Swift. Illustrator Mel Elliott has created 16 line drawings of the singer for you to color in.

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11. NICHOLAS CAGE; £8.00 ($11.50)

Actor and meme-favorite Nicholas Cage is the perfect face to color in with this entertaining activity book. You can dress him up, help him out of a maze, or draw him a new face.

Find it: Belly Kids