Kim Possible coloring pages
Kim Possible coloring pages are featuring Kimberly Ann Possible, Ronald Adrian Stoppable, Rufus, Wade and other characters from Kim Possible animated film. These coloring pages showing the beautiful characters and provide a lot of empty space. Imagine the colors as you like. The kids will enjoy this coloring activity. By the way, here are some interesting details about Kim Possible:
The series revolves around Kim’s fight against her enemies as well as her everyday life problems as a normal teenager, which are usually presented as a subplot. Kim lives in what is supposed to be an "Any Town, USA" named Middleton, although it is built around a thriving NASA-like Space Center with several supportive Science Labs.
Creators Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley claim they created the show in an elevator. As they tell it, McCorkle looked at Schooley and said, "Kim Possible: she can do anything". Schooley at once replied, "Her partner is Ron Stoppable: he can't do anything". The creators also maintain that it was always their intention for Kim and Ron to eventually become involved romantically, rather than just remaining best friends. This becomes a reality in the supposed series-ending movie, Kim Possible: So the Drama. The romantic theme also continues in season four.
The series premiered on Disney Channel on June 7, 2002, and the first episode to air, "Crush", was nominated for a Primetime Emmy award the following year. After the premiere of this episode, Kim Possible was the most-watched and highest-rated television show on Disney Channel at that time. The series as a whole was nominated for the Daytime Emmy in 2004 and again in 2005 (that year it received five nominations and won one for Outstanding Sound Mixing — Live Action and Animation). The show has been widely praised for its dialogue, animation, and characters (both heroic and villainous).
How to Print?
1. Make a right-click on the coloring
2. Save coloring as image to your computer
3. Open the saved coloring in any program
4. Print the coloring