Friday, March 7, 2014

Star Trek: The Animated Series Coloring Book

The Animated Series (or TAS as it is known) holds a lot of nostalgia for me and many others. Although I was already a fan of Trek before I saw it, TAS was really my first extensive introduction to the series, since it was in first-run, while in the early 70's the original series re-runs had not kicked in to the extent they would a few years later, and were harder to find. Although I never had a TAS coloring book, I have found an excellent site by Kail Tescar devoted to the series that has created an entire gallery of such pages! Go here to view them, then print your choices out and let your kids have at it! You can help a little too.

Below are some samples from the site. Sharpen your crayons and  have fun!

Bonus: a sexy painting of Lt. Uhura found online for your enjoyment!



Rob Bignell said...

You rock, Fred! My son appreciates the coloring pages. For those of us who were too young when TOS as originally aired TAS often was our intro to Star Trek (I was 7 when TAS came on). I did watch TOS in reruns before then, but for a 5-6 year old, even "Spock's Brain" was pretty cerebral. I guess it was all about the monsters, phaser shots, cool spaceship fly-bys. TAS was aimed right at me, though, and got me even more interested in TOS. Forty years later, I'm using TAS to hook my son on TOS. It's working!

Frederick said...


Glad you are both enjoying it! I was about 13 when it came on and I was just becoming a Trekker, and it holds such good memories for me to watch it now. I know you are building good memories with your son now also!