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30 Simple Superman Coloring Pages Your Toddler Will Love

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Young children treasure superheroes. Their heroic acts and stunts mesmerize the kids and they not only idolize them but also try to follow and try to adapt similar style in dressing, speaking and behavior.

Famous superheroes such as superman have had great influence over the young kids and have been entertaining them for generations together.

Who Is Superman?

Superman is a very famous comic character that was created in 1933 by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster and initially was published in a comic strip. It went on to become so famous that over the years apart from comic books, radio programs, television serials and even movies have been created with Superman as the lead character.

Kids love coloring and what better way to increase their enthusiasm than offering them the Superman coloring sheets or pages.

Top 20 Superman Coloring Pages:

Here are the top 20 amazing coloring pages of superman to fuel coloring interest within the kids:

1. The Superman Logo:

Superman is identified by his special dress, cape and shield. This shield is in red and yellow color and rests on the chest of the superhero.

To start with, this is the simplest but the most interesting picture for coloring especially for young kindergarten kids who are still learning to write the alphabets and cursive.

2. Flying Superman:

A flying Superman is the man in action and this is his identity.

Since kids love action this one is just good for the starters, as it requires less detailing of colors.

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3. Moving Up Superman:

Once again, the Superman is in action. But this time he has aggressive looks on his face and the line work in the picture is more.

Hence, if your child is now good at coloring some intricate drawings then you should give this Superman coloring sheet to him.

4. Couple In Discussion:

The coloring sheet has Superman with his love interest Lois Lane and the two are discussing something serious.

In this picture, there are other properties too for coloring such as the buildings and constructions. This will give your child a good practice of defining the backdrop in subdued shades along with coloring the main characters.

5. Right In Action Superman:

This coloring page has a picture of Superman running parallel with the train. It consists of just the right action and thrills that kid’s love!

Through this picture, you can teach your child to color a train and the railways and introduce him to the aspect of detailed coloring.

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6. The Couple Shot:

Superman denotes his power and strength by showing the fist and this action of this superhero has become symbolic of representing victory.

The picture shows Superman with his fist pumped upwards with one hand around his girlfriend. This picture is good for teaching your child the art of coloring human characters with expressions.

7. Breaking The Wall:

This picture is synonymous with the character and adventure for which Superman is known. With his powerful force of the fist, he breaks the wall and comes out to pursue his enemy.

Kids love coloring such action packed pictures.

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8. Superman Full Picture:

This is a full picture of Superman which gives your child ample scope to color his superhero in full form.

From his cape, shield to dress, your child will love to color the whole personality of his favorite hero according to his liking.

9. Superman With His Gang:

The picture consists of all the leading superheroes that are loved by the kids.

So, with this one color sheet they get to color each of their favorite heroes along with the best-Superman.

10. Superman Group:

Along with Superman, the picture also has his assistants and friends who help him all the time in defeating his archenemy Lex Luthor and other challenges.

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11. Mighty Strength:

In this picture, we see Superman lifting the car along with passengers; just imagine his strength. Lifting a car is only possible by superheroes like Superman. His well-muscled arm helps him to achieve this amazing feat.

Your child might have seen this scene in films and cartoons already and he will have a great time coloring this picture. This picture shows superman at his best and can serve as an amazing poster for your kid’s room.

12. Fighting the Enemy:

The path to victory and fame is always lonely. Superman has a series of enemies plotting against him, the chief enemy being Lex Luthor, a rogue scientist with a personal vendetta against Superman. Lex Luthor also is a powerful and corrupt CEO of a conglomerate called LexCorp, he becomes the president of United States. Lex Luthor is a hidden force that hinders Superman’s heroic deeds. Then there is Brainiac, the alien android, one of the biggest enemies of Superman.  The other enemies are a raging monster naming Doomsday, Darkseid, the reverse superman known as Bizzaro, the Kryptonian evil General Zod and Metallo and the fifth dimensional imp named Mister Mxyzptl.

There is no dearth of enemies in Superman’s life that makes his work even more difficult. This great way to give your child a life’s lesson in a simple way, there will be many obstacles when you do some good work or when you are honest, but you need to be steadfast and do the work just like Superman who never falters from his duty to save mankind.

13. Daily Planet:

Superman’ alter ego Clark Kent stays in this fictional American city of Metropolis. Daily Planet is the city’s biggest news agency, where Clark works as a journalist.

The founders of Superman, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, were high school students from Cleveland and they were great movie buffs. The city of Metropolis was named after the iconic movie ‘Metropolis’ directed by Fritz Liang. Daily Planet makes the fictional city look realistic to the readers of the comics. Your child will take care coloring this logo of Daily Planet.

14. Breaking the Bonds:

Nobody can hold back Superman. This picture shows Superman using his special powers to break open the chains that bind him. Maybe, unknowingly he fell into the enemy trap and was bound in chains.

Superman looks aggressive and is ready for some action. Your child will be thrilled to color this picture.

15. Powerful Wrists:

Superman’s costume comprises of all special devices that help him fight the villains. He has power buttons on his wrists that he keeps activating when in need for special powers to counter his enemies. The shield on his chest and eyes also functions as potential weapons.

16. Changing into Superman:

Superman’s alter ego Clark Kent works as a journalist at Daily Planet; he is doing his job when he finds something unusual in his surroundings. He needs to find what danger is lurking behind and who the mastermind behind the sinister plot is. The Superman has taken upon himself the duty of saving from Metropolis from any danger.

This dare devil attitude and adventurous spirit makes Superman so popular among little children, they look up to this superhero. Your child will love coloring the picture showing Superman changing into his talismanic costume.One more interesting thing to note is, Clark Kent wears spectacles, but when he transforms in Superman he has no vision problems, Superheroes are absolutely flawless.

17. Saving a Life:

In this picture we see Superman saving a man’s life. The building is on fire and the smoke is suffocating the inmates. This man has become unconsciousness and will die if not rescued. Superman swoops in and saves the man from danger. This picture will inspire your child to save others from danger and do an act of kindness in his own little way.

You can teach your child the importance of social service as he colors this picture. You can also guide him when colors this picture, but having seen Superman cartoons and films he will need no assistance.

18. Everyone Loves Superman:

Not only is your child, Superman everyone’s favorite! This picture shows Superman’s foster mother showing affection for Superman who didn’t come for a long time. This picture is full of emotions.

The origin story of Superman relates that he was born Kal-El on the planet Krypton, before being rocketed to Earth as an infant by his scientist father Jor-El, moments before Krypton’s destruction. Discovered and adopted by a Kansas farmer and his wife, the child is raised as Clark Kent. His foster parents taught him strong moral values. Clark started displaying superhuman abilities from a very early age, which, upon reaching maturity, he resolved to use for the benefit of humanity. Superman resides and operates in the fictional American city of Metropolis. Superman is the greatest Americancultural icon that ever existed.

The humane qualities of kindness and love coupled with his super human qualities makes him a true hero that everyone can relate to.

19. Attacked from All Sides:

Sometimes, superheroes are also on the receiving end. In this picture we see Superman being attacked by fighter planes surrounding him. The guns are blazing and we Superman is getting hurt and is trying to defend himself from the enemy attack.

This picture can make your child anxious, well pacify him by telling that Superman will soon find a way to defend himself and protect the city from danger. Most probably these fighter planes are being remote controlled by Superman’s arch rival Lex Luthor.

20. Superman Inviting You to Color:

In this picture Superman is holding on to some color crayons and asking you to add color to his suit.

Your children who love to watch Superman cartoons and films will be really excited to color this picture of Superman and his costume.

It is said that the Superman comics that was first published in Action Comics in April 8, 1938, showed Superman as a bald power hungry villain. This characterization underwent a complete metamorphosis and Superman was later shown as good human using his superpowers to save mankind. This positive character has made Superman popular among both children and adults. The films like Superman Returns and Man of Steel emphasizes on Superman’s positive role. The Superman comics served as a blueprint for all other super hero comics like Batman and Spiderman.

You can research more about Superman and share with your child all the interesting trivia about Superman. Your child would want to know more about Superman and will be delighted to hear his mommy knows so much about his favorite superhero. Make their coloring session fun and interactive and each moment spent with your child a memory to cherish!

Superman crazy kids will be fascinated when they will find all the good characters in one sheet and will be encouraged to color them with interest.

Simply download these sheets and enjoy Sunday afternoons with your child. Help him color these pages and have a fun parent-child bonding time.

We hope you like our collection of free printable superman coloring pages online. Tell us which coloring page of superman your kid enjoyed coloring the most and shared the colored picture below in the comments box.

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