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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

DC Superheroes Activity Book Pages - 2005

These are two pages from the 2005 DC Superheroes Activity Book, a mammoth book of puzzles and coloring pages featuring a surprisingly high amount of Aqua Content.

I especially love the one on the left, with a smiling Aquaman and some of his finny friends--I think that's a great angle to play up with the character, especially in material aimed at very young kids.


The Irredeemable Shag said...

My family has this coloring book. My kids always want to color the pages with Superman. So I end up coloring an Aquaman page while they are busy. It's nice that they dedicated so many pages to the King of the Sea.

There is something magical and mind-relaxing about coloring. I think everyone should give it a try from time to time.

The Irredeemable Shag

Adama said...

Is it just me, or does that one turtle look sort of sad? Poor turtle, Aquaman will cheer you up!

chunky B said...

I agree with you Rob, the one on the left is great!

I might break out the colors and find this book!

Paul Kupperberg said...

I edited this book--and about 6,000 more pages of DCU coloring book material for Meredith! Say thanks to the worker bees at MADA Studios and Glass House Graphics for turning around great gobs of pages in a matter of weeks!

Oh, and I never got copies of these books, which, IIRC, were 400-pages each or somesuch.