In the past few years, adult coloring books have been becoming increasingly popular, rekindling the childhood love for those well into adulthood. Now, adults will have the chance to bring their favorite Rivian Witcher and friends to life in The Witcher Adult Coloring Book.
The book was announced earlier this week by its publisher Dark Horse on its official website. Best known for its comics, the publisher recently began its endeavor into the program when it released an Avatar: The Last Airbender Adult Coloring Book back in earlier 2016.
Since then, they’ve continued to grow the coloring book program to include adaptations of anime, television, movies, and even video games. The upcoming The Witcher coloring book will be the first ever of its kind, and likely one of the more violent.
The book will feature many similar scenes depicted in the hit CD Projekt Red game The Witcher 3, as well as some unique to the coloring book, with 45 pieces of brand new original black and white artwork. Starring in the book alongside Geralt of Rivia will be Ciri, Triss, Yennefer, Roach, Shani, and all of your favorite Witcher characters – and monsters – all in a variety of fantastic settings inspired by the hit video game franchise
The Witcher Adult Coloring Book will be $14.99 and will arrive in stores November 1, 2017. Be sure to preorder your copy today on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, TFAW, and at your local comic shop.
Also, look for Dark Horse and CD Projekt Red’s GWENT: Art of The Witcher Card Game, to accompany the upcoming games official release. The art book will contain over two hundred pieces of art from the GWENT card collection, and will hit stores September 7, 2017.
For more information, be sure to check back to the site for updates, as well as all of your other Nerdy News and Needs!
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