The Pokemon series is full of many awesome Pokemon, and they all have different variants that they can evolve into.
In recent Pokemon games, this was taken a step further with Mega Pokemon, which are some awesome new evolutions for certain Pokemon.
This collection of free Mega Pokemon coloring pages for kids is showing off some of the coolest examples of these new evolutions!
There is some great variety here, and there are some opportunities for you to use all of your favorite colors and art tools.
So let’s begin the collection as we take a look at the first page!
15 Brand New Mega Pokemon Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
The Pokemon Lucario is the first one featured on this Mega Pokemon coloring sheet. This fox-like Pokemon is really cool and it looks like a force to be reckoned with!
There are so many details to admire in this Mega Pokemon form, and you could either color him as he normally looks or create a brand new variation.
Swampert is the second Pokemon we will be coloring, and it is a really unique looking one!
This Pokemon is both ground and water type, which sets it apart as these two types normally oppose each other.
This Pokemon has shades of blue and red for its color scheme, so you have something to work with if you wish for the colors to be accurate!
Next, we are featuring a classic Pokemon: the water-type Blastoise. This has been a Pokemon featured since the very beginning of the series, and it is a favorite for many.
This one usually has a blue color scheme with grey and brown for the shell and cannons, so do you think you will use these colors or try something else?
Venusaur is another Pokemon from the very first game, and this Mega Pokemon coloring page shows its mega evolution!
This Pokemon looks cool enough even without the mega evolution, but this form has so many incredible details that you can color.
As a plant-type, Venusaur has lots of greens and flowery colors in its design.
Absol is a newer Pokemon in the roster, and it has a mysterious feeling to it. It’s part of the dark-type Pokemon set, and that means that it can be quite a dangerous opponent.
Absol usually has a white and dark blue color scheme, and these colors make it quite a striking Pokemon to behold. Which colors will you use?
Charizard is one of the most popular Pokemon of them all, and he has two mega evolutions that he can transform into.
One has a darker color scheme while the other has a more vibrant look, so you have some choices for how to color this one. If you can’t decide, maybe you could print two copies and do one of each!
Our next page in this collection of free Mega Pokemon coloring pages for kids features the bug Pokemon Scizor.
This cool Pokemon has a mostly red color scheme, and so it is a Pokemon that really stands out from the crowd.
When coloring this Pokemon, even if you stick with the usual colors you will have lots of options for how to apply them, so have fun with it!
We hope you aren’t afraid of ghosts, as the ghostly Mega Gengar is up next!
This Pokemon looks quite creepy in its usual form, but it looks even creepier in this mega formation thanks to lots of pointy edges in the outline.
Dark purples and pinks are usually used for this form of Gengar, and now it’s up to you to decide if you will go for that normal color scheme.
Houndoom is another intimidating Pokemon, and he is also the star of this next page.
This Pokemon usually has some muted browns and grays for its color scheme, but that shouldn’t stop you from playing around with some other color variations you may prefer!
What will you choose for this scary Pokemon?
We have a returning character with the Pokemon Lucario showing up once again. This is a real action pose that he is performing, and it makes it look as if he could be in a battle.
It could be fun to draw a background setting to show where this Pokemon could be having a battle!
If going for a swim, you wouldn’t want to encounter a fearsome Gyrados! That is the Pokemon that is featured on this Mega Pokemon coloring printable, and it is certainly looking angry.
This Pokemon is of course a water Pokemon, so it has many shades of blues in its design. Will you also draw and color a water background for this awesome pose?
Next, we have Heracross who is a bug-type Pokemon that is inspired by various real-life beetles.
This Pokemon normally has a dark blue color scheme with some red highlights, and these colors go surprisingly well together.
We think some paints would be perfect for portraying the darker colors that this Pokemon normally has! What are you thinking of using to color this one?
Sceptile is a grass Pokemon that looks so cool, and they’re up next for this page! This one is mostly colored with greens, but certain details have reds and yellows.
We think that some watercolor paints would be perfect for capturing the look of this Pokemon, but there are many other mediums you could also go for.
This next Pokemon is really cool-looking! It looks like a cross between a tiger and a lion, and there are some incredible details around the head, tail and feet.
This is one that could take some time and concentration to color, but it will be worth it when all of these amazing details have been filled in!
We would definitely not want to get in the way of the claws of the Pokemon featured on our final Mega Pokemon coloring sheet!
The tail on this one is also really interesting, and the design is just packed with pattern details.
We think that using some colored pens or markers would be great for at least some of the smaller details on this one, as they would give you lots more control.
Mega Pokemon Coloring Pages – Which will you choose?
We hope you had some mega fun with this collection of free Mega Pokemon coloring pages for kids!
There was such a wide variety of different Pokemon covering many of the major types, so you will get to use all of your favorite colors for this collection.
Don’t forget to see the other coloring page collections we have for you on our website!
We also would love it if you would share some of your finished pages on our Facebook and Pinterest pages so we can see how they turned out.