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  • Theavatardemotivator

    Chapter 2: The Avatar Returns

    A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 2: The Avatar Returns.

    NOTE: I'm having troubles with the spam filter and the links. It will simply not let me post them. Please be patient with me for now, and I'll try a different method for my next review.

    Quick summary of the previous episode: Katara and Sokka found Aang in an iceberg. Aang and Katara “boobied” right into a Fire Nation booby trap. ZUKO KNOWS. Aw, crap.

    http://media.fakeposters.com/results/2011/03/27/n0pdcaigz0.jpg

    Why does Katara go all over Aang? She’s known him for less than a day, but she’s willing to leave her entire village to go with him. Is she that infatuated?

    Now, my alter ego Monkeyfeathers has to step in here to say, “Noo, Demo…

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  • Theavatardemotivator

    Chapter 2: The Avatar Returns

    A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 2: The Avatar Returns.

    Note: I'm once again having spam filter issues with posting the links. I need to download them to Photobucket or something. Please be patient for now. I'll try to fix themfor my review of The Southern Air Temple.

    Quick summary of the previous episode: Katara and Sokka found Aang in an iceberg. Aang and Katara “boobied” right into a Fire Nation booby trap. ZUKO KNOWS. Aw, crap.

    media(dot)fakeposters(dot)com/results/2011/03/27/n0pdcaigz0(dot)jpg

    Why does Katara go all over Aang? She’s known him for less than a day, but she’s willing to leave her entire village to go with him. Is she that infatuated?

    Now, my alter ego Monkeyfeathers has t…

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  • Theavatardemotivator

    A review (and some demotivation) of Book 1: Water, Chapter 1: The Boy in the Iceberg.

    Hi there. I just recently began to watch the series, having purchased the boxed set, and I'm in love. Since I specialize in producing demotivational posters, I've decided to go through the series and do reviews, all while using DPs.

    For each link, just copy/paste it into your URL bar and change the (dot)s to periods. It was the only way I could get them to work.

    http://media.fakeposters.com/results/2011/03/27/9zyfh49fqw.jpg

    One of the reasons I love the series is that it has very strong female characters, because in most anime-style shows, the males are the main characters, while the females are simply eye candy. Instead of letting Sokka be a sexist pig, Kata…

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  • Vulmen

    Courage got me replying why I like Katara the most on this blog, and I found that I was going to put a lot more than I desired to in a comment. (Also think of Water Spout's "favorites" blog too though) So, on a new notion, I decided to write even more and create a new "Analyze This" idea...so here we go! A character review for Katara.


    We get to see this girl start off the series as an utterly weak waterbender, scraping at the bottom of the barrel in terms of skill. Even here, in this weak state, this gal is astounding. She's not even had the opportunity to observe waterbending in action, everything we see her do is one hundred percent created by her, down to streaming the water, her attempted wave, push and pulling the water, creating ice; o…


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