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Nostalgia Critic

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Lo and behold, I actually made a blog post, it's the end of times. Now, why am I doing this? Well, I recently discovered that Doug Walker aka Nostalgia Critic from Channel Awesome is doing reviews on ATLA, usually one video per chapter, except for certain two-parters. It appears he's doing this because he was asked to give his take on "The Last Airbender", and he (rightly) figured that he would need to know the source material before actually passing judgement on the movie, so he is now an owner of all three books' DVDs. At the time of this post, he has covered all of Book 1, and is half-way through Book 2, the latest video reviewing "The Library".

His favorite character is Zuko, and in one of the videos, he went to great lengths to praise Dante Basco. His most consistent praise to the show is how it can balance many different things, and has even praised some of the... less appreciated episodes by fandom standards, namely "The Great Divide", though he did think that the last 30 seconds of the episode ruined it. On the top of my head, the only episode he's not been a great fan of was "Bato of the Water Tribe". He did like June though. Since this doesn't really affect the wiki, it doesn't really belong in the War Room, but I felt it's something people should have the opportunity to know and comment on nonetheless. Links to each of the reviews for your viewing pleasure can be found here. I find these videos particularly interesting, since I very much enjoy seeing people's reactions to series in general, and because those are reviews, it's refreshing to see someone give a new take on things we've come to know and perceive about the show in general.

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