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A colorable look at Harry Potter for anyone who wished Harry’s hair was purple and Hedwig was green.
Promising review: “My son loves it and ultimately, that's what matters most. The pictures are great and well-detailed. He colors with colored pencils, so there's no bleed-through, obviously, but the pages are thick. I think markers would do equally well.” —Barb Webb
A complex series of ocean scenes to tackle when you’re looking to dive into some deeper coloring experiences.
This is no beginner's coloring book: It's printed on thick, ivory paper that lets you color with pens without worrying about it bleeding through. The designs are intricate and beautiful. At the back, there's a long page that unfolds centerfold-style.
Promising review: “Johanna Basford is the designer who started my hobby of adult coloring books with her genre-defining book, Secret Garden and her equally fantastic follow-up Enchanted Forest. With her newest book, she builds upon the stunningly beautiful and extremely intricate designs that I have come to expect from her. The subject of the coloring book is the ocean. There are so many designs, including: sailing ships, mermaids, fish, sea mammals, jellyfish, and shipwrecks. Each page is a wonderful experience in coloring. There seems to be about 80 designs to color, which is less than in both of her earlier books. The book is also a hunt for hidden items and there is a key for what you are looking for as well as where they can be found. There is a picture of an octopus that reminds me way too much of Homer Simpson. I may have to color its head yellow with white and blue tentacles.” —iiiireader
A very mature book filled with flatulent animals so you can also let off a little steam.
Promising review: “This coloring book really brings me to my roots. I can truly be myself as I color because I know that I'm not the only one who farts. It truly does release me from the daily stresses of work. Highly recommend!!!” —Hammy the Hamster
A Nic Cage-centric coloring book you’ll soon realize is a national treasure.
Promising review: “Is there anything to complain about? Absolutely not other than wishing there was more. Amazing illustrations, beautiful art, AND Cage themed. Boyfriend loved it as a Valentine's Day goodie. Would make a perfect white elephant gift. Nothing says I love you more than Nicolas Cage.” —Salsa Shark
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Animorphia — a hard-mode coloring book for people looking to color with a fine-tipped pen.
Promising review: “Cannot say enough great things about this book!! The designs are absolutely amazing!! Soooo much detail, with hidden little creatures and things. The paper quality is pretty good. I use Staedtler and Stabilo, and I have not noticed any leaks, or damage done to other images on opposite pages. This book will definitely keep you busy for hours coloring in all the details that are entangled in all the animals manes, very cool book. Most definitely worth buying.” —Zombie Kitte
Unicorns Are Jerks — a coloring book that subverts your expectations about the sparkly magic horses society thinks are so pure.
Promising review: “I had no idea that unicorns were such jerks until I read this book! For years I have been operating under the false belief that unicorns were wonderful, beautiful, magical creatures who fart rainbows, however this book has revealed the truth. By way of very well drawn pictures on nice coloring paper this book has revealed that unicorns eat your food without asking, monopolize the ball pit, and dine and dash. I recommend to everyone that they buy this coloring book if for no other reason than the wonderful humor aspect.” —prea66
A coloring book dedicated to the best decade ever. You’ll want to get out your snap bracelet and flannel for this.
Promising review: “This is brilliant and hilarious. It's my new coffee table piece along with a box of crayons. I had completely forgotten about Ross Perot, Teletubbies, and the Taco Bell Chihuahua. It's not complex so coloring within the lines is achievable (even when drunk) but also detailed enough to capture the idiosyncrasies of the depictions. I love the '90s and this book reminded me just how much.” —bander27
A colorable circus to attack when you need a break from all the clowns in your life.
It comes with 64 pages that can be pulled out and 30 illustrations from Sarah Walsh.
Promising review: “I really like these Just Add Color books: They are whimsical, and have the really nice, 'hand drawn' feel to them that I like. Paper is nice, single sided, and perforated. Very cute books IMO.” —Leslie
A Vogue coloring book for people who want to re-write fashion history with their own color schemes.
It has 26 classic covers from 1912 to 1932.
Promising review: “A stunning book! As I leafed through the pages, I was riveted by the attention to detail. The motifs on the endpapers begin the journey and as a bonus, can be colored. The Vogue covers provide just enough black lines to color — but not too much — and the paper quality is excellent.” —Rose
Me and my friends on our way to color some aggression out.
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