Chapter 12: The Storm
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 12: The Storm.
Previously in Avatar: I’m not sure, since no one actually watched it . . .
Before I begin, I’d like to point out that I’m not using AvatarSpirit.Net anymore, because they didn’t have the screenshots I needed. So I’ve switched to Piandao.org. And—and do you know what else Piandao.org has?!
Wait, wait, I need to die right now . . . just a second . . . Yep. It’s official. I’m in Faangirl Heaven.
Now, to Aang’s dream . . . Holy monkeyfeathers, what the—
Get Peeta and Haymitch! It’s another one of those dreams. Get Peeta! Now!
Aang: Don’t you I’d rat…Read more >
Chapter 11: The Great Divide
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 11: The Great Divide.
Previously in Avatar: Boy meets girl. Girl loves boy. Girl makes hat for boy. Boy . . . boy turns out to be terrorist.
Note: I wrote this during finals—that’s right! Next week’s summer for me, so expect a whole slew of updates—so excuse me if it’s not funny. =] I was bone-tired from all the studying, etc.
With the wit of a half-starved Saber Toothed Moose Lion, our good pals Bryan and Mike decided to sit down one day and look at their schedule.
“Lettuce rest,” said Bryan. “I’m feeling beat.”
“You must be all write, my friend,” answered Mike, “for we’re stuck in a pen. We need …Read more >
Chapter 10: Jet
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 10: Jet.
Previously in Avatar: Nothing important. Iroh found his lotus tile. Zuko raped Katara. Good times, good times.
Note: There’s been some stuff happening lately, so excuse me if it’s not funny. =]
So, for absolutely no freaking reason, the Gaang is running around. Shouldn’t they be headed, I don’t know, north? Instead of going straight, they seem to be meandering around like a drunk two-headed rat viper, just kind of drifting on the breeze, hoping that eventually they might just make it north. I mean, think about it this way—it takes only a day of flying to cross the ocean between the Fire Nation and the E…Read more >
Chapter 9: The Waterbending Scroll
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 9: The Waterbending Scroll.
Previously in Avatar: Parseltongue. Misspellings. Some TVTropes. And Dumbledore—I mean, Roku.
Yes, if you can catch the reference—let me say that everything is better on a nutshell.
Aang is walking around on a flying bison. That would be like you walking around on top of a flying jumbo jet. Nah, I’m sure he’ll fine.
I mean, come on. It’s not they have physics in the Avatar world or anything.
The Avatar is worried about learning Waterbending. [gasp] Guess what?! There’s a Waterbender right next to him! Oh my—from where did that come?
[hands reader a bag in which…Read more >
Chapter 8: Winter Solstice Part 2: Avatar Roku
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 8: Winter Solstice Part 2: Avatar Roku.
Previously in Avatar: Danny Phantom. Momo’s diabolical plots. Something about helping a village, I think. Oh. And a Chinese Fireball.
By the way, Monkeyfeathers is busy with Drama Club this week, so no rants from him. =/ Sorry Monkeyfeathers fans. He’ll be back next week.
We begin in the quaint little town called the Shire, where Aang is trying to start his car. Like all cheap vehicles, however, this car refuses to start, which is bad. Aang wants to run away from home, but he can’t do that if the noise attracts attention.
You see, Aang has …Read more >
Chapter 7: Winter Solstice Part 1: The Spirit World
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 7: Winter Solstice Part 1: The Spirit World.
Previously in Avatar: Katara in Stalker Mode. A gay bar. Hatara. The. Worst. Episode. Ever.
So, before I begin, I’m going to apologize in advance. This episode, as you guys probably know, was not too funny, so the DPs aren’t too good. However, I assure that next week’s are hilarious, as I did these two in a row. =3
“Why is Katara acting like Ty Lee in this scene? I mean, later on, did they look back at this and go, on my goodness! Wow! Let’s make the Avatar version of a blonde act just like her! And why isn’t Katara fat? I mean, th…Read more >
Chapter 6: Imprisoned
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 6: Imprisoned.
Previously in Avatar: Filler. Snorting. More filler. Old man abs. Yep. Filler.
After Sokka complains about being hungry—what a surprise!—the Gaang decides to check out why Momo suddenly has Earthbending powers. Katara, insanely jealous that Sokka got some Suki lip-action a couple episodes back, immediately initiates Stalker Mode and chases after the first man she sees: A shy boy named Haru. Turns out he’s an Earthbender, and Earthbending is forbidden! After inspecting the wares, Katara picks out the first box of soap she sees, puts it onto the floor, and stands on it, screaming that bending…Read more >
Chapter 5: The King of Omashu
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 5: The King of Omashu.
Previously in Avatar: Gurr power. Godzilla. Aang moaning. Moving right along!
So, I’ve noticed something pretty darn funny.
Why. In. The. Name. Of. All. That. Is. Holy. Does. Aang. Freaking. Say. That. Every. Single. Time?!
Every time you go to a new location, prepare to here this: “I always visited my friend ____ here. We’d get in and out of so much trouble! Because, you know, I had nothing better to do than run around the world pulling pranks and mischief! And by the way, I’m also a girl, and my glider is the size of my palm!”
http://media.fakeposters.com/resu…Read more >
Chapter 4: The Warriors of Kyoshi
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 4: The Warriors of Kyoshi.
Previously in Avatar: Aang flipped out, got a kitty, and named it Fido. I mean Momo.
Momo, running around the inside of Aang’s shirt, grabbing marbles out of nowhere . . . Hm. Okay. Messed-up. Meanwhile, Katara stitches up Sokka’s pants, and everyone is perfectly fine with Sokka sitting around
drinking beerin his underwear. Yet, later, we don’t see any stitches on his pants. Unless they’re in unmentionable parts.
So after Aang flies over half of the ocean looking for Kyoshi—because, you know, guys neve…Read more >
Chapter 3: The Southern Air Temple
A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 3: The Southern Air Temple.
Previously in Avatar: Katara and
her boyfriendAang the Avatar set out—along with Sokka—on a magical journey filled with . . . magic.
So here we have Aang and Katara soaring on their Sky Bison (Sokka’s the one in the background being a party-pooper). Having a touch of the car-mania in myself, I wonder if they have Sky Bison traffic laws, and, if so, why aren’t Appa’s blinkers on?
Ahhh, General Zhao. For all of you fans that hate him, the Zuko-fangirls owe their lives to him. Why? He’s the reason Zuko end…Read more >