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    The Legend of Korra


    • Taking place 70 years after the events of "Avatar: The Last Airbender," this story follows the adventures of the Avatar after Aang - a passionate, rebellious, and fearless teenage girl from the Southern Water Tribe named Korra. With three of the four elements under her belt (Earth, Water, and Fire), Korra seeks to master the final element, Air. Her quest leads her to the epicenter of the modern "Avatar" world, Republic City - a metropolis that is fueled by steampunk technology. It is a virtual melting pot where benders and non-benders from all nations live and thrive. However, Korra discovers that Republic City is plagued by crime as well as a growing anti-bending revolution that threatens to rip it apart. Under the tutelage of Aang's son, Tenzin, Korra begins her airbending training while dealing with the dangers at large.

      The Cast:
      Janet Varney as KORRA

      Kiernan Shipka as JINORA

      Daniel Dae Kim as HIROSHI SATO

      David Faustino as MAKO

      Seychelle Gabriel as ASAMI

      Lance Henriksen as LIEUTENANT

      P.J. Byrne as BOLIN

      JK Simmons as TENZIN

      The next series in the Avatar saga will be further revealed this saturday at SDCC, and today these paintings went on sale at the Nick booth:



      I'm giggling like a schoolgirl.

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    • I'm excited, but doubtful about it as well.

      Avatar: The Last Airbender was good, because it was dark enough to have a good story, yet the humor remained light and they never even killed anyone in it. Not only that, but Aang's personality fit the story line it had.

      If this one will be anything like the last, the new Avatar would need to have the same personality as Aang- which I dislike- have some of the same humor- which would also be bad- and still remain dark, with the light aspects to the story.

      It's not the I'm afraid of the show, I'm afraid it will be ruined by trying to follow the same pattern the The Last Airbender did; if they mix it up, I'll be happy. I'm worried that they won't mix it up, though, and it'll be too much like The Last Airbender, but done in a wrong way.


      The storyline seems pretty interesting, though; Avatar taking on rebellion. I'm curious to know who will help Korra, and the approach she takes to ending the rebellion. Will she kill the leader? Who knows? This is another point I'm worried about. If they try to do the same dark/light mix they had going in TLA, they'd most likely mess it up in the ending. I mean, it's not like she can take away the person's bending. Then there's the entire rebellion to deal with? I'm hoping they find some way to end it without any deaths (on screen, anyways). If they have a different approach to the story, though... Hell yeah, kill everyone. I don't care.

      I'm curious to know how Aang's son will play a role in all of this; besides being the Avatar's airbending teacher, of course. So, that may be interesting; especially if he has a similar personality to Aang's.

      Oh... and then there's the humor a character like Sokka will bring to the table. If they don't have a character like Sokka, I'm going to be seriously disappointed.

      Because that dude with hilarious.


      Then... there's the possibility of another movie...


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      EDIT: Also, regarding how the story will be, I think it will definitely be very different from Avatar: The Last Airbender. ATLA was a road trip kind of thing, where as Korra seems to all take place in one centralized location. I reckon it will have a sort of 'superhero' theme with Korra acting like some kind of vigilantly fighting crime in Republic city.

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    • they never even killed anyone in it.

      Ohhh thats a big lie. Death was present. Yes, none of the MAJOR characters died that i can recall but there was death in it. Poor Jet.

      I wonder if we'll see other descendants of Avatar characters? Zuko and Mai's child perhaps? (all grown up of course and maybe even a grandparent!) As long as an Iroh-esque character is present, im all for it!

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    • Severus Snape wrote:

      Ohhh thats a big lie. Death was present. Yes, none of the MAJOR characters died that i can recall but there was death in it. Poor Jet.


      Yes, I know death was present. It's just that it wasn't very obvious (other than Jet) it wasn't really attack to kill. It was mostly capturing troops, or defending themselves. Most of the time it looked like they were just knocking people out, too.


      I wonder if we'll see other descendants of Avatar characters? Zuko and Mai's child perhaps? (all grown up of course and maybe even a grandparent!) As long as an Iroh-esque character is present, im all for it!


      I think there was quote somewhere that implied seeing descendants of the other characters. (I'd have to find it, of course.) Of course they'd be mentioned, though; Zuko and Mai's child would be Fire Lord.

      I think there was something about an older version of Katara, as well. (Even if she wasn't my favorite character.) Again, I'll have to look for this.



      Oh, and yes. We always need an Iroh-esque character. He was amazing; even better if Zuko turned out to be the Iroh-esque character. It'd be weird, but cool. :P


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      I'm really peeved that they're calling it "The Last Airbender: The Legend of Korra." It doesn't even make sense as a title, and it rolls off the tounge like a thirsty leech. Curse you James Cameron!


      What the hell? Technically, AANG was the last airbender. Not, Korra. Stick with the title Avatar, people. Unless Aang's son is the new main character, and we've been led in the wrong direction this entire time. >_>

      I'm peeved as well.


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    • Fan art? Well, that was fast.

      Y'know, after that abomination of a movie you would think that they would have tried to keep the words "the last airbender" out of the title. People outside of the fanbase will tie this to the movie instead of the show, which could hurt the show's ratings.

      Edit: Also, I want a plushie of that polar bear dog. NOW!

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    • The reason the title is so dumb (for those who don't know) is because Shyamawhatever and Cameron got into some sort of legal thing about the titles of their movies (Avatar and Avatar: The Last Airbender) and even though in America there's nothing wrong with two works having the same title, Shyamawhatever just dismissed it. And it seems like Nick is doing that as well.


      Sólsetur wrote:

      I'm excited, but doubtful about it as well.

      Avatar: The Last Airbender was good, because it was dark enough to have a good story, yet the humor remained light and they never even killed anyone in it. Not only that, but Aang's personality fit the story line it had.

      If this one will be anything like the last, the new Avatar would need to have the same personality as Aang- which I dislike- have some of the same humor- which would also be bad- and still remain dark, with the light aspects to the story.


      This won't be anything like the last. You can read about it here., if you want. There's going to be a completely different setting, a more in-depth story with less filler, only 24 episodes, Korra is already nearly a fully realized Avatar, the 'travel around the world to learn bending' plotline won't be used, etc. There's no reason to suspect it will be too much like the original.

      The storyline seems pretty interesting, though; Avatar taking on rebellion. I'm curious to know who will help Korra, and the approach she takes to ending the rebellion. Will she kill the leader? Who knows? This is another point I'm worried about. If they try to do the same dark/light mix they had going in TLA, they'd most likely mess it up in the ending. I mean, it's not like she can take away the person's bending. Then there's the entire rebellion to deal with? I'm hoping they find some way to end it without any deaths (on screen, anyways). If they have a different approach to the story, though... Hell yeah, kill everyone. I don't care.


      I have a theory that the Kyoshi warriors become a sort of Dai Lee type of organization. They start out with a noble cause, but eventually become corrupt. Ty Lee would teach the Kyoshi Warriors the chi-blocking technique, which is passed down through the ages. When the rebellion begins, the Kyoshi warriors split, and the ones that join the rebellion have the chi-blocking technique to use against benders. Just a thought.

      I'm curious to know how Aang's son will play a role in all of this; besides being the Avatar's airbending teacher, of course. So, that may be interesting; especially if he has a similar personality to Aang's.


      I assume he's going to be a jolly old man. And his relationship with Korra will be interesting, considering his dad's soul is inside her.

      Oh... and then there's the humor a character like Sokka will bring to the table. If they don't have a character like Sokka, I'm going to be seriously disappointed.

      Because that dude with hilarious.


      They've commented that they want to keep the balance between plot and humor, so I wouldn't be surprised if we get another Sokka. What I want is a character that I like as much as Toph.

      Then... there's the possibility of another movie...


      No there isn't. Not by anyone who isn't an exceptional film maker, anyway. Nick will be on their toes about this, after the other movie's flop.