Are you having a tough time dealing with your child’s energy reserve this winter vacation? Or do you want to help the little artist in your house unleash his hidden potential and sharpen his creative skills? Then you ought to consider these awesome superhero coloring pages.
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Superheroes, the heroic characters possessing extraordinary talents and supernatural powers are favorites of children. Nothing’s more exciting for children than seeing their favorite superheroes leaping from tall buildings and fighting the baddies in epic battles. Not just superheroes, kids are crazy about superhero coloring pages as well. So keeping with the trend, Live It Beautiful has compiled a list of superhero coloring pages for your little one. Have a look!
Top 20 Superhero Coloring Pages:
It feels great to think that the monstrous look of Hulk didn’t come in the way of him making a place in the hearts of children. Hulk, originally Bruce Banner, is a brilliant scientist, specializing in engineering, physiology, biology and nuclear physics. After an accident involving gamma radiation, Hulk finds himself transformed into a green-skinned monster whenever he gets enraged.
Iron Man is one of the most popular superheroes of our age. Tony Stark, who is Iron Man in disguise, creates a powerful suit of armor when his captors force him to build a weapon of mass destruction. After escaping captivity, Iron Man uses his armor to protect American from evil doers.
Here’s a coloring page featuring the Flash or Scarlet Speedster, the fastest superhero in the world. It’s said that the Flash can think and act faster than the speed of light. But it’s his ability to violate the laws of physics makes him the greatest superhero of all time.
This coloring page features Superman, the most powerful superhero of all time. The Man of Steel’s selflessness, compassion and the desire to do the right things inspire children in the truest sense. And of course, the ability to fly is another feather in his cap.
Superman can be the most powerful superhero, but Batman is the most loved of all the superheroes in the universe. His grit and determination to fight crime against all the odds in the Gotham City make the ‘caped crusader’ incredibly endearing not just to children, but also adults.
Wolverine got to be one of the most intimidating superheroes. More than a superhero, Wolverine is a mutant with the anger of a beast. His hairy and fleshy exterior hides a metallic infrastructure, which gives acute senses and advanced healing abilities to him. Do you know what his ultimate weapon is? Bone claws coated in adamantium.
Here’s a superhero coloring page of Silver Surfer, also known as Norrin Radd, the astronomer from Zenn-La Planet. Silver Surfer is a metallic humanoid who can travel the space with his surfboard. Besides, Silver Surfer can also transform his body into metal and absorb and manipulate universe’s ambient energy.
Here’s a coloring page of Mr. Incredible, one of the most adorable superheroes of all time. You may have recognized him from Disney’s animated film, “The Incredibles”. Mr. Incredible or Bob Parr as he’s known by in the neighborhoods is a human born with superpowers like enhanced senses, strength, and durability.
This coloring page features Professor X, or Professor Charles Francis Xavier, the founder of X-Men. Professor X may have paraplegia, but he has one of the most powerful mutant minds. He can read, control and even influence human minds.
Jean Grey, one of the members of the X-Men Club, is one of the most powerful superheroines in the world. One of the seemingly endless powers of Jean Grey includes telepathy. Also, she is almost indestructible when she transforms herself into the Phoenix.
Nightwing, also known as Dick Grayson is a superhero with a high-tech suit designed to aid him in his flying, that too in acrobatic style. The boot that he wears contains eight compartments in which he stores items.
Spiderman, Marvel Comics’ mascot is another favorite superhero of the children. Do you know how Spiderman became a superhero? It happened when he was bitten by a radioactive spider, which gave him strength, speed, and powers of the spider. Spiderman’s superpower includes clinging to the surfaces by shooting spider webs from his wrist.
Meet Thor, the hammer-wielding superhero and the Norse god of lightning, storm and thunder. Thor gets his power from Mjolnir, a hammer with magical properties, which could be wielded only by him. His honor, nobility, and humanity make him an interesting character with children.
It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Green Lantern or Hal Jordon is one of the most underrated superheroes. Also known as the Spectre and Parallax, Green Lantern fights the bad guys with the help of a ring, which gives him extraordinary powers.
Who said only men could be superheroes? We have a badass superheroine as well, called the Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman, also known as Princess Diana of Themscira, is the princess of the Amazon bestowed with a wide range of superhuman powers.
Talking about personal preferences, Captain American is my second most favorite superhero after Batman. And not just me, there are millions of little Captain America fans as well. Originally a patriotic soldier, dreaming of fighting the Axis powers of World War 2, Captain America’s fate takes a turn when he is injected with the Super-Soldier formula that enhances all his bodily functions to its peak.
Black Widow or Natasha Romanoff, is the Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.S and one of the members of the Avengers. It was Natasha or Black Widow who partnered with the Iron Man for their Avengers assignment.
What could be better than being able to shrink yourself to the size of an ant in times of need? That’s precisely the power Ant-Man possesses. Ant-Man was portrayed by two characters, Hank Pym, the creator of the substances that enables a human to shrink to the ant size and Scott Lang, who becomes Ant-Man to save his daughter Cassie from a heart condition.
Deadpool has caught on with the children and how. While Deadpool appeared in the X-Men franchise, he didn’t gain ground until he appeared in his solo film in the year 2016. Deadpool is more of an anti-hero than a true blue superhero, which makes him even more popular with the children.
Meet Hawkeye, or Clint Barton as he’s known as in the regular world. As you must have witnessed in the Avengers film series, Hawkeye is extremely skilled with bow and arrow. In fact, he’s also known as “The World’s Greatest Marksman”.
Encourage your child to try shading, coloring and other techniques on these superhero coloring pages. And remember, you’re free to download as many of these superhero coloring sheets you want. Who is your child’s favorite superhero? Which of these superhero coloring pages did your child enjoy coloring the most? Share with us in the comment section below.