Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is in theaters now, and for those sci-fi fans that want to something to do while waiting, Thomas Pavitte has the solution. Get ready to be challenged by some serious Dot-To-Dot themed to your favorite Marvel characters in the Guardians of the Galaxy 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book.
This book consists of 20 complex dot-to-dot puzzles with at least 1,000 dots for each image.
Once you complete the complex dot-to-dot, color in for a complete picture. It won’t come easily; the images are challenging.
Each page is color-coded in groups of 100. This makes it easier to keep track of your count.
When each color-coded dot is connected, art is created. This book also includes built-in bookmarks to help you keep your place.
The book is based on the 2008 incarnation of the Guardians. Thomas Pavitte creates dot-to-dots based on artwork from other Marvel Universe artists.
One of the challenges is that the numbers are minuscule. First I thought it was just me, but turns out you may need a magnifying glass to help you find the way between dots! The color coding of each 100 block of numbers does help. Once you get the hang of it, the puzzle does flow nicely.
The back of the book includes all the fully drawn artwork you will create inside by connecting the dots.
I love dot-to-dots. They are a great way to concentrate and problem solve. For some, they are the equivalent to doodling.
The Guardians of the Galaxy 1000 Dot-to-Dot is suggested for those eight years and older.
I think it’s a fun book and love that characters like Drax the Destroyer and the Collector are drawn more from the comic books rather than how they appear in the movie franchise.
Each dot-to-dot takes about an hour to be completed, but it’s a fun adventure. We highly recommend Guardians of the Galaxy 1000 Dot-to-Dot book by Thomas Pavitte.