New Fanon In The Making
Good morning/afternoon/evening fanon lovers!
If you did not know who I am, I was the one who mapped out the entire story of . Unfortunately, that one did not work out too well and I now declare it a dead horse. Well, I cannot beat a dead horse alive. So, now I'm setting my sights to new opportunities.
I love noir. Who doesn't, right? Noir became popular during the rising demand for cinematic productions in the 1940s. The usual premise of a noir movie is that it has to be gritty, dark and sometimes accompanied by a death of someone special. Does any of these descriptive ring a bell? Yup. So, the world of Avatar isn't that different from "noir". In fact, the whole premise of A:TLA was, in itself, a gritty, dark and a "de…Read more >
I would like to point out that I have grand plans concerning my fanon. The PYSC story will be part of a much more bigger universe. After I'm done with PYSC, I will be writing another fanon which will take place at the same time as PYSC. It will concern "a group of curious teenage benders and non-benders finding a mystical artifact that will bring the world closer to the Ultimate Evil". Think of it like the Scooby Doo gang. I really wanted to incorporate magic and mystery stuff to the World of Avatar. After that, will be the last fanon that again takes place the same time as the first and second fanon. It will focus more on the martial arts used in bending and how one man will find solace in a new city. Finally, after all of this will come …Read more >
So I was surfing the net and came across this website. The site (here it is: http://www.tv.com/shows/avatar-the-last-airbender/forums/what-i-think-ursa-did-theory-dobs-spoiler-13281-876239/ ) has this theory concerning Ursa's ties with Azulon's death, Ozai's rise to the throne. It's quite old because it was dated way back November 13, 2007. We've all heard those theories but, I don't know, I just wanted to share what I read in here because the theory sounds so right which implied Ursa was somewhat a killer. NOTE: This is not mine. I just read it from the website.
"I'm sure you all remember that Ozai said Ursa did treasonous things to get Ozai into power, though he never went into details. There were two main obstacles keeping Ozai from the…Read more >
I'm back to the wiki! Gosh, I've been away for a long time as I was busy with...other things.
Soooo, I think I missed a lot of what's happened here for the past months. I've only just known that Energy Saga by AvatarRokusGhost is actually done and...ohhh...how's Fire Eater been doin'? Also, it seems that The Ba Sing Se Times has been writing a lot of issues, job well done admins! :) And...OHMYGOD...a preview of The Search?! I'm totally hyped with Azula being part of the team (Although I have to admit, that "Good morning Azula" part was a little too polite of Aang. I mean, considering all she has done to them.)!
So, can anyone comment here in my blog on what other things I've missed? :))))Read more >
There's no denying that Avatar: The Last Airbender has become a pop culture phenomenon in recent years. After the series ended in 2008, it wasn't long before fans were clamoring for more. And now Avatar's co-creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino have returned to the franchise by developing a sequel series, The Legend of Korra, debuting this weekend on Nickelodeon.
IGN had the pleasure of speaking with the voice of Korra, Janet Varney. If you don't recall the name, you might recognize some of her work: TBS's Dinner and a Movie, Rifftrax Presents and The JV Club, to name a few. She's also an accomplished performer in the national comedy scene (and after a few minutes of chatting with her, this comes as no surprise).
As a fan of …Read more >