The CW’s Supernatural may be the only nerdy show NOT coming out with a coloring book this season. Never fear, though! Fans have come to your rescue with scads of coloring pages and a few multi-artist coloring books.
Celebrate the return of the Winchester brothers and their angelic and demonic sidekicks as they return for an 11th season of the slashiest “horror” show on television.
Coloring My Fandoms on Tumblr has four pages of Supernatural colorable fan art plus scads more pages from all your favorite fandoms. Check them out!
Artist Toonadas has this great drawing of Supernatural’s Season 4 Dream Team all piled into baby. You can print out the black and white version to color yourself or see the artist’s fully colorized version.
DeviantArtist wejg has a pair of very nice, entirely PG, season 6 coloring pages.
Artist Jeremy Haun demonstrates his sketching technique with four versions of this drawing, ranging from pencils to inks to grey tones. It’s a wonderfully educational post as well as giving colorists multiple options.
DeviantArtist kleinmeli has this lovely art nouveau sketch of the Winchester Brothers and Baby as well as several impressive pen and ink drawings on their page.
Pintrest once more brings us an uncredited drawing, this time of Team Free Will. (I do try to link back to original artists whenever possible. Show them some love!)
DeviantArtist blackbirdsrose has several adorable chibi-tastic colorable sketches of Castiel.
MaskedFanGirl on Tumblr has this adorable line art of Castiel as a pretty princess (I’m sure he’s getting ready to follow the path of the bees).
Chibi fans can also enjoy DeviantArtist darksquishy‘s compilation of all your favorite Supernatural icons and catchphrases.
Did someone say slash?
The spn_colorme Livejournal community has some adorable PG chibi illustrations you can download, but for those of you who only watch Supernatural for the slash, there are plenty of pages behind an 18-or-over link.
Meanwhile, over on Tumblr, the DeanCas Coloring Exchange compiled 36 pages of Destiel line art by different artists all for your pervy coloring pleasure. You can download the entire thing on their home page or surf through examples of pages colored by other fans.
For those of you who love our Illustrated Geek Recipes, I’m excited to announce Tom Gordon and I are just published Kitchen Overlord’s Colorable Compendium of Geek History wherein you color your way through over 120 years nerdy years via 110 gorgeous pages.