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10 nerdy coloring books to soothe anxious fans
It’s better than chewing your nails off.
Television and movies are supposed to help us escape our stressful realities, yet most of the time, they leave us gnawing our fingers off.
We spend about one to three hours hoping our favorite characters don’t die. Then we spend one week to several years anxiously anticipating the return, dissecting what will happen next and vigilantly avoiding major spoilers in the process. That’s some stress relief!
To help soothe your anxieties, consider a little art therapy. These fandom-themed adult coloring books will keep your mind busy as you wait for the next season or sequel. Some are even for the fandoms that still haven’t come to terms with the end of a series.
The best nerdy coloring books you can get online
Stick ‘em with the pointy end of the colored pencil when bringing Game of Thrones characters to life. This is also a great exercise to calm you down after watching the show.
Price: $13.27 (regularly $16.95)
Hope you’ve got a lot of reds in that crayon box, because you’re going to need them if you want to capture the Merc with a Mouth accurately.
Channel your inner-Robert Kirkman and show Negan how you really feel about him without the risk of consequences.
Price: $10.48 (regularly $14.99)
If you need to kill some wibbly wobbly, timey-wimey stuff, this is the perfect way to do it.
Price: $10.25 (regularly $14.99)
You don’t even have to be a Sherlock fan to appreciate this coloring book full of Benedict Cumberbatch pictures that are just waiting for you to draw yourself next to him.
Price: $9.48 (regularly $14.99)
You may never get your letter to Hogwarts, but you can color one in this book, which is a lot faster than going to school.
Price: $12.05 (regularly $15.99)
Escape your crummy job by traveling back in time 200 years with Claire Beauchamp Randall.
Price: $10.93 (regularly $16.95)
You don’t have to choose between Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, because this coloring book lets you have Middle Earth both ways.
Price: $9.98 (regularly $14.99)
Luke Skywalker could have benefited from a little art therapy during his more angsty younger years. Learn from his mistakes, to help control your dark side.
Stay out of Heisenberg’s territory, and inside the lines of this Breaking Bad coloring book. The series may be over, but it lives on in your art.
Price: $11.96 (regularly $14.95)
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Christine Burkson is the Senior Ecommerce Manager of the Daily Dot. Her work focuses on product reviews, Amazon deals, and online shopping. She previously served as an editor at Mashable, where she helped build the site's viral news section, and Yahoo, where she focused on DIY culture. Her work has also appeared on Bustle.