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The numerals of graphic novels will be written out. No prefix will be added. For consistency purposes, The Promise Part 1/2/3 will also be written out, although they're not written out on the cover.

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The current trilogy articles are titled e.g. North and South, while all the comics have the Avatar: The Last Airbender logo on the top of their covers. Dark Horse Comics are publishing them, and on their website, the comics include the ATLA logo. I believe we should change to this format: Avatar: The Last Airbender—North and South. Same goes for the individual parts, and I think we should rename them from North and South Part 3 to Avatar: The Last Airbender—North and South Part Three. This is how they do it on their site, so they are the official titles.

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I'm against adding Avatar: The Last Airbender before all the names. While it's true that it may be its official name, the same could be said for all the Books of ATLA and TLoK, which also carry the ATLA logo but are just named "Book One: Water" etc. It also strikes me as unnecessarily wordy to add such a prefix, considering the graphic novels will always be addressed by their actual name, being The Promise (or whatever installment the speaker is referring too) without the ATLA prefix.
That said, considering we also write out the numerals for the series' books and the numbers are written out on the covers of the graphic novels, I can agree with writing those out.
(Minor note, when signing your post, please make sure you sign it with 4 tile, ~~~~, so you also add a timestamp to your signature as opposed to only your name.) Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 22:53, June 1, 2017 (UTC)
I agree with Lostris on this one. It's just unnecessary right now. Tono555 Korra-chao2 00:27, June 2, 2017 (UTC)