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The Geekiest Coloring Book Ever

The Geekiest Coloring Book Ever

Do you miss the simpler days when your homework involved coloring in pictures? Ah, first grade…

In 1984, Putnam Publishing Group released a Dune Coloring Book and a Dune Activity Book. The books were a bit, um, dark for children and subsequently got pulled from the market. Inspired by this, Dune fan and nerd master chef Chris-Rachael Oseland transformed her Kitchen Overlord’s Illustrated Geek Cookbook into a coloring book for adults. Well, I just assume it’s for adults because I want it.

The book features Tom Gordon’s illustrations from the original cookbook. No recipes, but plenty of love for all things geeky. You will be able to purchase it though Amazon in a couple of weeks.

In the meantime, Oseland kindly shared images from the original Dune Coloring Book. Sample a few of the disturbing images in our gallery, then hit up The Kitchen Overlord to see the full set.

What classic sci-fi or fantasy movie would you like to see return as a coloring book? Let us know in the comments!

Featured image credit: Tom Gordon

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