Due to the release of the third and last part of the comic trilogy The Promise, which is available in comic shops on Wed 9/26 and in bookstores on Tue 10/9, its author, Gene Luen Yang, has created a contest in Twitter. You only need a retweet to participate for the prizes, which are:
- A Lego Aang minifig
- A Lego Katara minifig
- Two minifig stands
- A bookplate (i.e. sticker for the inside cover of your copy of A:TLA – The Promise Part Three) with a personalized message and Gene Yang's signature.
You can read more in Gene Yang's website.Read more >
IGN has published some new information about a possible The Legend of Korra animated movie:
"Big news, Avatar fans! Thanks to Paramount Animation, we may soon be getting a Legend of Korra movie.
Paramount has remained pretty quiet since the studio's animation division was launched last summer, announcing little else than a sequel to The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. However, now that DreamWorks is in talks to move to another studio, Paramount has recently ramped up its animation plans by hiring seven writers to tackle projects, some of which Mary Parent and J.J. Abrams will oversee. What's more, Paramount chief Brad Grey has been tasked with hitting up its sister division Nickelodeon for animated properties including The Legend of Korra, Dora t…Read more >
The Promise trilogy has told us the story after the Avatar: The Last Airbender series, which its last part comes out in September of this year. However, Dark Horse Comics announced Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru will return for a second Avatar: The Last Airbender graphic novel series called The Search, which will explore the biggest unsolved mystery in Avatar lore: what happened to Prince Zuko's mother? A release date is yet to be confirmed.
In an interview made by Comic Book Resources, Gene Yang has revealed some details of this new trilogy:
This weekend, you announced "The Search" as the next miniseries in the "Avatar" series of Dark Horse's graphic novels. As a fan of the original "Avatar: The Last Airbender" series, I'd really love that title to ref…Read more >
I'm writing my next fanon episode and I'm not sure about something. I don't know if I should include it or not becuase I don't know if it's possible in the Avatar World.
The Moon and Ocean spirits, Tui and La, decided to manifest themselves in the physical world as Koi fish. That means that they were fish in the spirit world or not? Can spirits choose an animal or something else to manifest themselves in the real world, and could a spirit like Koh, for example, manifest himslef as a human?Read more >
In "The Swamp", when Tho said: "Naw, that’s what they call a "lemoo", saw one at a travelin' show once. Real smart they say."
What did he mean with the "travelin' show"?Read more >