Batman cartoons are great, and they always seem to be on. There have been many of them over the last few decades. Best of all, every time they bring out a new one they seem to tweak the formula and keep things fresh. For example in the latest version called "Batman - The Brave and the Bold", Batman is a little less serious, while in previous versions of Batman cartoons he is seem as a very stern and serious figure. But best of all, there is a wide supporting BatFamily, so even if your child isn't big into Batman, there are other cool characters like Robin, BatGirl, Nightwing and the toys like the Batmobile, Batcopter etc. There is really always something for everyone when looking into Batman Coloring Pages. Another idea is to take the cut out characters and add them into a new scene of your making. Get a bigger blank piece of paper and stick them in to make an action packed scene, or as my youngest calls it, "A Party!". Coloring Pages are a pleasant way for you to sneak some time in with your kids, away from the noise and clamour of the usual kids hobbies these days like music and video games. Get sat down with a bunch of crayons and challenge your kid to do a really good job. Maybe offer a reward like a chocolate treat for a really good effort. Then be sure to compliment your child and encourage their efforts. Little moments like this can really all add up to a child's sense of self worth and confidence in later life. By spending quality time with them you are subtlety showing them that they are worth spending time with.