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Justice League: An Adult Coloring Book (Coloring Dc) Paperback – October 17, 2017
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This is just like the Green Arrow book in terms of quality, the pages are a good thickness for markers and pens not to show up on the reverse side of the double sided pages, but you can sometimes see a tiny bit of shadowing from the other side depending on how much ink you've put on the page. But it's not super noticeable, and if you use markers and or pens on one side and pencils on the other, the pencils will cover any shadows from the inked side.
The picture choices are good for the most part, though there is kind of a heavy amount of the more modern covers and pictures. Especially the newest Rebirth stuff and the only slightly older New 52 stuff. Don't get me wrong I love some of the newer stuff, a lot of the New 52 covers are actually some of my favorites, but I haven't read much of the Rebirth stuff, so there being so many of those pictures kinda came off as a bit of a push from DC to get more people to buy the Rebirth comics that some people haven't been super excited about. I mean I tried counting them up and there's at least 27 of them, and after a while I got kind of tired of seeing the 2 new GL's that I don't really know anything about and that terrible new Batsuit. The classic covers that were included were pretty cool, the only classic cover I was wanting and expecting to be in there was the original Starro battle and that was on the first page so I wasn't sure what to expect about the older pictures after that. They are all pretty cool, I actually liked a lot of them a lot more then I thought I was going to. I was able to recognize what story lines some of these pictures came from, there's a couple of ones from the recent Justice League vs. Suicide Squad crossover and a lot from the DC: The New Frontier series (including the new frontier version of the Starro battle which is the last page of this book), a couple from the Throne of Atlantis arc from a little later in the New 52 JL book. And a few of my favorites from the early 2000's run, though not nearly enough for me, that run was one of the first comics that I really wanted to read through and I absolutely loved the art from that particular JLA comics run, so there only being about 3 or 4 from that era was a bit of a let down for me, I gladly would have switched out a few of the Rebirth ones for more of those 2000's JLA ones. There were also 2 of pictures that were in the Green Arrow book as well, but I suppose that might have been unavoidable, but I have to say one of those pictures was my favorite from the GA book so I am happy to have another copy of it to color again.
Overall this is a pretty good coloring book, especially if you want one with a lot of different characters to color on a single page. And though some of the pictures were somewhat odd choices, I would still recommend it and I'm going to buy more of these DC coloring books in the future.