Children coloring pages

Vampire colouring pages

The vampire is a mythical creature with a thirst for human blood. To remain immortal and become more powerful, the vampire must bite the neck of his victim and drain him of his blood. Despite their extraordinary physical and psychic abilities, vampires also have their weaknesses.

It should not be exposed to daylight for fear of being consumed. Vampires can also be exterminated by driving a stake straight through their heart. The vampire is weakened by contact with garlic, holy water and silver metal.

A vampire takes on the appearance of a human, but unlike an ordinary person, you cannot see your reflection in the mirror. Vampires also have long, sharp canines. The vampire is also a revenant, but differs from a zombie in that it retains all its physical and psychic abilities, plus its hyper-faculties.

Vampires can move at lightning speed and their bodies can regenerate. In some versions, a vampire can even metamorphose into a bat. He also has Herculean physical strength and is even able to read minds or control them.

A vampire can decide to kill its victim or turn them into a vampire. This entirely fictional character has been made famous in stories, novels, comic strips, films and TV series.

This legend dates back to 1816. Bram Stoker was the first writer to produce the novel that tells the story of Count Dracula. Mythologists also associate the vampire with a diabolical being such as the lamia or empusa of Greek mythology. The first film to feature the vampire character dates back to 1922 in a film entitled The Vampire by Friedrich Murnau.

The history of vampires has even contributed to the success of a number of sagas, including Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the “Blade” trilogy adapted from Marvel comics, the film Underworld directed by Len Wiseman and Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series.

Are your children fascinated by the history of vampires? If so, they’ll certainly want to colour in the beautiful vampire drawings that can be printed free of charge from our page.