Whether you call him Peter Parker, Spidey, or by his complete superhero name, Spider-Man, he is one of the most well-known comic book and action figures of all-time.
Welcome to our collection of free SPIDER-MAN coloring pages. Click the Spider-Man pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every Spider-Man coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.
An illustration of Spider man hanging on a brick wall looking at the sky.
An illustration of Spider man hanging and leaning on a wall with a pipe.
An illustration of Spider man and an angry dog on the street.
An illustration of Spider man swinging a metal beam.
An illustration of Spider man dodging an attack.
An illustration of Spider man resting on a hammock he made from his own web.
A front view illustration of Spider man swinging from a building.
An illustration of Spider man swinging away after catching two robbers.
An illustration of Peter Parker’s desk filled with Spider man photos, papers, and pens.
An illustration of Spider man striking a pose and taking a photo of himself using his web.
An illustration of Spider man sitting on top of a sphere.
An illustration of Spider man saving a man from a speeding car.
An illustration of Spider man shooting his web on the face of a villain.
An illustration of Spider man in fighting stance with a seam, moon, and stars in the background.
An illustration of Spider man supporting a heavy beam.
An illustration of Spider man scaling a building.
An illustration of Spider man doing a one hand swing in the city.
A top view illustration of Spider man swinging in between buildings with his web.
An illustration of Spider man jumping off a building with buildings in the background.
An illustration of Spider man jumping down after swimming from his web.
An illustration of Spider Man swinging in the air ready to shoot his web.
An illustration of Spider Man jumping off a building at night.
Spider-Man was born out of a collaboration between writer and editor Stan Lee and his friend, artist Steve Ditko who is also a writer. The amazing Spider-Man made his first appearance in an Amazing Fantasy, an anthology comic book, in August of 1962, so he has been around for a very long time. The anthology was published by Silver Age of Comic Books. He then went on to be one of the main superheroes in comic books that are published by Marvel Comic books and has been the subject of a variety of movies, TV shows, and even video games over the 59 years since he was first created. Most of the movies and other Spider-Man merchandise is now part of the Marvel Universe.
In the stories that have been written and portrayed about Spider Man, he sometimes goes by his alias of Peter Parker and in the first comic book series, he was referred to as simply Spidey instead of Spider Man. Peter Parker’s parents died in a plane crash so he went to live with his Aunt May and Uncle Ben in New York City, also known as the Big Apple. He grows up to begin working at a newspaper where he meets his love interest, reporter Lois Lane. She does not realize, at first, that he has amazing superhero capabilities that he acquired after being bitten by a radioactive spider and can cling to surfaces, allowing him to scale up the side of skyscrapers, spin a spider web, and has super-human strength. He can even detect when danger is nearby with his “spider-sense,” which he works to save humanity from through tons of different scenarios, many of which are portrayed in our Spider Man coloring pages.
Our Spider Man coloring sheets are free and printable. They can even be downloaded on your computer as a PDF file to be used over and over again in the future. You can even use 3d printing to create a masquerade mask or 3d mask for your kids to wear to a Halloween party. You can even use the coloring pages as patterns to create a fabric mask or other face covering for your kids or yourself.
Your kid can color these amazing Spider Man coloring pages with colored pencils, markers, paints, or crayons to create awesome portraits of their beloved Spider Man in a variety of scenes, including an illustration of Spider Man on the street with an angry dog, Spider man hanging on a wall with a pip, and a picture of Spider Man hanging on the side of a brick wall with the sky in the background. You can display each picture in your home or office or you can combine the coloring sheets to create a coloring book. These free printable coloring pages are very versatile and will provide hours of fun and education for your children as well as for adults who enjoy coloring. From a Spiderman coloring page that features Spider Man swinging on a metal beam to an illustration of him swinging away from the scene after capturing two robbers, these amazing Spider Man coloring pages will be loved by every member of your family or, if you are a teacher, the students in your class. Each coloring sheet features a different drawing for kids to color, now and in the future.