03 March 2006

Printable coloring book pages

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My neighbor Sharaine passed this along: a site full of free, printable coloring pages depicting popular movie and cartoon characters. You'll find American, European, and Japanese characters, holiday-themed pictures, and stuff you probably won't recognize. Her son's having a field day with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Spiderman, my daughter's all over Cinderella. But alas, no Totoro.

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Did I miss something? When did Batman and Bambi fall into the public domain? This site can not possibly be legal. They all appear to be scans from coloring books that someone paid for. I hate to be a spoil sport, but downloading images from this site is equivalent to theft.

I have a sick feeling you may be right. The images I examined closely didn't appear to be "official," which is to say they look to have been re-drawn, not scanned. That may be beside the point, however. Hmm.

are you serious? who cares?

Ummm, considering the fact that this site is called, "Parent Hacks", hacks being the operative word here I think that a sight featuring free coloring pages for parents who don't necessarily need to go out and kill a bunch of new trees for the express purpose of entertaining their kids (you can print these pages on the back of used paper) seems like an acceptable exchange for potentially violating some supposed copywrite.

It seems to be a french website - maybe the copyright laws are different over there?

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