Welcome Kristen to the blog today. She’s introducing us to a adult colouring book for a game called Fallout. Kristen is from the blog Mom’s Quest to Teach. You really should go visit her. 🙂
Fallout Coloring Book
It’s All Over But the Coloring
The Fallout Adult Coloring Book, a ThinkGeek and Bethesda Store exclusive, contains over 100 line drawings from the game Fallout 4. For fans for of the Fallout series, this might be a must have for their vaults.
The majority of the book contains images of the Vault Boy to color of the various perks one can choose from the actual Fallout 4 game. Other pages depict the companions of the game: Dogmeat, Piper, Strong, Cait, Hancock, X6-88, and Gage as well as some of the enemies of the game like Deathclaws and Ghouls. Noticeably missing from the coloring book are many of the more popular companions including Nick Valentine, MacCready, Deacon, the two Robots (Codsworth and Curie), Preston, and possibly Danse (one could argue he is one of the two Brotherhood of Steel soldiers). Upon further thought, Preston is probably helping a settlement.
Personally, I like the chance to color some of the characters from the video game and Vault boy but I would have also liked to see more images from the game itself. Perhaps towns or locates of the Commonwealth like Diamond City or the Atom Cats Garage? Or even Vault 111.
(suggested Fallout hashtags: #Fallout #Fallout4 #Fallout3 #Bethesda #ThinkGeek #VaultBoy #Vault111 #Vault101)
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