First of all I want to say this: I came into LoK with high hopes and high expectations that Korra for what it was being a short mini-series would live up to, maybe even surpassing it’s predecessor. I mean how can you NOT have high expectations for a continuing series when you were enamored and in love with the first series? A:tLA was practically the BEST show that I’ve seen on American television as far as cartoons and Nick goes in a long time.
Seeing as I hardly ever watch TV these days or I’m surfing the web and reading the latest manga or watching the latest anime fan-subs when the mood hits me.
I came into Korra expecting to really connect with the characters and watching them learn and grow together and have better understanding of thei…Read more >
I've been roaming the wiki to try to find the non bender vs. bender discussions, but it is hard to find. Most of the time people are talking about shipping. Also, when I do find the non bender vs. bender discussions, most of the time people make biased arguments, or are pro bender, and pro non bender. Being pro something blocks you from reasoning with the opposing force. Now, I can say I see these problems in the shipping Avatar fandom too. Coming in into the show saying, "I'm gonna hate the main antagonist, I'm gonna ship masami or Makora no matter what, I'm pro Korra," is examples of ways that you will block yourself from learning the great lesson that The Legend of Korra can bring.
Aang and Zuko created the United Republic, a metropolis …
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The creators of The Legend of Korra gives us a little info about the season final.
The season finale of a TV show like the animated fantasy “The Legend of Korra” can be bittersweet for fans. It’s great to see burning questions answered, but it’s a bummer to have to suffer the long wait for the next season. Followers of more adult-oriented fare like “Girls,” “Game of Thrones,” and “Mad Men” know this feeling all too well.
To preview the season finale of “The Legend of Korra,” and provide some solace to fans by giving them a peek at the future of the show, the Journal spoke to “Korra” creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. Here’s what they had to say. ‘The Legend of Korra” season finale airs on June 23 on Nickelodeon.
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I'm leaving. The main reason why is because I'm not needed here and not to mention the comment deletion rules. What happened to freedom of speech. I can't see how I can make a comment that says," Katara is a heartless girl" and it can gets deleted while crazy shippers on this site make comments about some ships that really are way of the charts. I can't even write a simple news blog on this site. No matter how good the blog is, it is always short of 888's blogs. It doesn't make since to make a good perfect blog that can probably get placed in the news category, but is ignored because higher ranking user make one. Fanon was the only thing that kept me on this wiki ,but even my Fanon stories are not needed because it has no readers. The only…Read more >
Well this my first blog that doesn't have anything to do with fanon, or stuff about leaked material. In this blog I'm going to tell you guys about what I saw on these two trailers.
Well I think this trailer is the best out of the two trailers that were released today. It starts of by giving us a little bit of clips of Aang using energybending on Ozai, and tells us about how his friends helped him bring balance to the world. It is kind of weird that the trailer doesn't mention Toph. She was a very important member of Team Avatar.
Next, the trailer continues to show us clips of things we saw from other Legend of Korra trai…
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