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#152 Jul 19 2013 at 3:56 PM Rating: Good
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Trailer looks pretty awesome. I'm loving the art for the spirit world portions.

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#153 Jul 19 2013 at 5:10 PM Rating: Good
so I just watched the trailer and the FB feed that links it says "..but be ready to tearbend."
wtf?
The music that sad lol..
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#154 Jul 19 2013 at 6:35 PM Rating: Decent
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Looks good. I really feel like they could have done so much more with both Avatar and Legend of Kora if it was on a non-kids network though.
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#155 Jul 20 2013 at 2:32 AM Rating: Good
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Oh yes. Finally a release date, and it's relatively close.
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#156 Jul 20 2013 at 2:49 AM Rating: Good
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they could have done so much more with both Avatar and Legend of Kora if it was on a non-kids network though.

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#157 Jul 20 2013 at 6:43 AM Rating: Good
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Clip on Kotaku. It's looking really good.

I'm actually happy it was on a kids network. Honestly, a big part of me feels like Avatar on a kids network was the excuse to not have to include adult content, rather than the reason why they couldn't. I mean, they do a really solid job of exploring pretty much all of the same themes that a show with adult content would do. All we're really not seeing is *** and blood.

But we get polar bear dogs and platypus bears and... bears.



I remember laughing so hard at that clip. And that would never have existed if it wasn't on a kids network. Also, the Ember Island Players episode, which is one of the finest moments in all of television history. Seriously. It was the best.

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I've been sick for a week, and today it's randomly worse than any other day, and all I want to do is watch Avatar now. But it's no longer on Netflix. Smiley: mad And they don't have bluray versions out yet (which I'd happily buy) Smiley: madSmiley: mad

And I don't want to watch it on my pc, because I have all these pretty new Steam games to play. Smiley: madSmiley: madSmiley: mad

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#158 Jul 20 2013 at 12:18 PM Rating: Good
Media Center, or w/e it?
At one time the old family PC had all the episodes on it and we just steamed them through ps3s instead of watching them on the small 12inch screen.
but then i bought a DVD Burner >.>
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#159 Jul 20 2013 at 1:36 PM Rating: Good
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I found out Amazon Prime had them. So, hey, free month trial and all that.
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#160 Jul 31 2013 at 11:31 AM Rating: Excellent
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Book 2 set for September '13.

Edited, Jul 31st 2013 1:32pm by lolgaxe
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#161 Jul 31 2013 at 6:03 PM Rating: Good
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I did NOT just squeal.
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#162 Jul 31 2013 at 6:22 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
I did NOT just squeal.


Sounded more like the noise that Korra must have made during that image discussed earlier with the Rule 63 Naga...
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#163 Aug 01 2013 at 7:16 AM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
I did NOT just squeal.


Sounded more like the noise that Korra must have made during that image discussed earlier with the Rule 63 Naga...


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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
I did NOT just squeal.


Sounded more like the noise that Korra must have made during that image discussed earlier with the Rule 63 Naga...


[img=I felt the vibrations...]


So did Korra. Smiley: sly
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#165 Aug 01 2013 at 10:02 AM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
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Sounded more like the noise that Korra must have made during that image discussed earlier with the Rule 63 Naga...
[img=I felt the vibrations...]
So did Korra. Smiley: sly
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#166 Aug 01 2013 at 10:59 AM Rating: Good
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Literally my favorite moment in the entire series.
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#167 Aug 15 2013 at 1:22 PM Rating: Good
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Just to further cement it, Book 2 is announced to start on September 13th at 7pm EST.

Scurry spirits, Friday the 13th. I see what they did there.

Particular link picked due to image of Yaya Han dressed as the Baroness at bottom.
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#168 Sep 13 2013 at 8:25 AM Rating: Good
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Book two episode 1 tonight. Hopefully it won't be as rushed as book 1.
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#169 Sep 13 2013 at 9:04 AM Rating: Good
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Any idea when it'll be available online?

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I should note I meant officially. I'm happy to wait and give Nickelodeon the traffic, assuming it's not going to take forever.

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#170 Sep 13 2013 at 9:36 AM Rating: Good
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It'll probably be on line quickly. I remember watching some of the season 1 episodes online just a day or two after they aired.
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#171 Sep 13 2013 at 9:48 AM Rating: Good
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Cool. I'm fine watching it Sat or Sun. If it's not up by Sunday night, I'll torrent it.
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#172 Sep 13 2013 at 11:20 AM Rating: Good
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I'll probably have to torrent it anyway, I doubt the US nick site will allow me to watch it online and I don't feel like dealing with awful Dutch dubbing.
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#173 Sep 13 2013 at 11:32 AM Rating: Good
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I should note I meant officially.
Heh, I would have said "about two hours afterwards."
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It looks like it has potential to be great, if they explore everything they hinted on in the first episode. I think the story has potential to be as good as the first series, and better than Book 1. Especially if they do a good job with the first Avatar. Something happened with the Statue of him when Tenzen's daughter discovered it at the same time Korra opened the gate to the Spirit World.

I knew Korra's Uncle was up to something, I didn't really guess an invasion of the Southern Water Tribe by the North. Very Fire Nation-y of him.
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#175 Sep 13 2013 at 7:03 PM Rating: Good
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It was okay, the jokes were good, and the serious business was serious. Enjoyed the introduction of **** movies. That whole scene was probably my favorite. Mako is Horatio Caine now. More Bumi and creepy twins, please. My major complaint is that it all seems like a massive asspull. Not that it's bad, and I'm hoping it continues in the path it's going in, but the whole spirit thing is literally not mentioned anywhere else except starting with this episode. It came out of nowhere.

Kind of miss Lin Beifong, and didn't miss Iroh v.2.0 at all. Looks like they're setting up Jinora for big things, and I'm okay with that.
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I knew Korra's Uncle was up to something, I didn't really guess an invasion of the Southern Water Tribe by the North. Very Fire Nation-y of him.
I pointed and almost yelled "BADGUY!" immediately.

Edited, Sep 13th 2013 9:10pm by lolgaxe
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He's very obviously a bad guy, but it's so insanely blatant that it makes me wonder if it's not a red herring. Also, I have to wonder if that forest/portal was sealed intentionally.

It'll be really interesting to see where things go from here. The setup with these episodes was really good so I have high hopes for this season.
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A cringe worthy couple of episodes. "It sure is tough being the avatar's.... BOYFRIEND!!!" It's also pretty clear the uncle likely had the bandits attack and retreat to the forest so Korra's dad would trash it and get banished, and thus he would rule. And yes now he's manipulating events so he'll control the south as well. And opening the spirit portal was some necessary partt of his plan because he can control spirits and will use them to take over the world.

Aubrey Plaza is also overplaying the whole deadpan thing.
#178 Sep 14 2013 at 9:53 PM Rating: Good
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The only part I actively disliked was how Bolin seemed to be purely a comic relief character. Sokka had genius and badassness underneath all the slapstick gags. Bolin seems to be there entirely for the comedy, and that's just not necessary.

Also, why is Asami still around? Does she add anything at all to the show?
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Does she add anything at all to the show?


They keep her around for the money, and access to technology.
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#180 Sep 15 2013 at 6:44 AM Rating: Good
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I'm not impressed yet, it all seems a bit too obvious and simple. I really hope things won't be what it looks like right now.


Personally, I'm hoping for an all all out war between the two water tribes with neither side being right or wrong. Maybe revealing a decade(s) long shadow war as the season goes on.

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#181 Sep 15 2013 at 4:34 PM Rating: Good
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Also, why is Asami still around?
At the most basic level, she's the non-bender.
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Obviously she's the token non-bender, but she doesn't really do anything. This season she doesn't even have the excuse of being part of an awkward love triangle.

It's a bit odd. It seems like they split the role that Sokka played into two characters. Asami as the smart non-bender and Bolin as the comic relief. Problem is that neither ends up being as interesting or important. Asami didn't even go to the south pole with them.
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It's a bit odd. It seems like they split the role that Sokka played into two characters. Asami as the smart non-bender and Bolin as the comic relief.


And the Bosami ship would make a whole character? (Or is that Asalin? I don't know what they call them).
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I knew Korra's Uncle was up to something, I didn't really guess an invasion of the Southern Water Tribe by the North. Very Fire Nation-y of him.
I pointed and almost yelled "BADGUY!" immediately.

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#185 Sep 15 2013 at 8:01 PM Rating: Good
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This season she doesn't even have the excuse of being part of an awkward love triangle.
It's too early to be concerned with that kind of thing. Jinora was the only one that got anything resembling character development in these two episodes, unless you count Mako going on and on about being the First Lady.
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Mako going on and on about being the First Lady.

Hey, you just don't understand how tough it is being the avatar's.... BOYFRIEND!!!
#187 Sep 16 2013 at 8:09 AM Rating: Good
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This season she doesn't even have the excuse of being part of an awkward love triangle.
It's too early to be concerned with that kind of thing. Jinora was the only one that got anything resembling character development in these two episodes, unless you count Mako going on and on about being the First Lady.


Yeah, I'm not sure it's fair to demand a character defend her existence at the very start of a character arc. Just because she's not immediately applicable doesn't mean she won't be.

Also worth putting it out there that I know a lot of people who would easily rank her as their favorite on the series. She and Bolin are actually my favorites. Smiley: lol

One thing the Avatar series has done really well up to now is establish characters with a realistic range of masculine/feminine character traits. All of the characters, in part, exist to balance that. What's better is that they've managed to be distinct characters across the two series.

Aang and Bolin are fulfilling the same "emotional male" trope, but they're so different. Asami and Katara, Mako and Sokka, Toph and Korra. All very different characters.

I say give it time, and don't rush to make her defend her existence. And it might be important to remember that a character doesn't need to be important re: the events to be important. Smiley: smile

If it wasn't clear, this was largely a general response to the thread, not to lolgaxe.
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Well, I'm kind of starting to lose interest. I was hoping the dad joined the resistance and we'd get a proper civil war with Korra torn and having to hurt (or even kill?) her father rather than the current goodie goodie predictable villain *********
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Did Kavekk forget his password or something?
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I think so. I told him to get Darqflame to reset it.
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#192 Sep 22 2013 at 2:02 AM Rating: Good
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I'm still enjoying the show. I have a few issues with it though.

The Team Avatar members have done absolutely nothing so far this season. The focus has been entirely on Korra alone, or on Aang's kids. In TLA even when a episode focused on a specific character the rest of the cast still had a good reason to be hanging around. Now it's been three episodes already and the rest of the team could have been written out completely and nothing would have changed at all (Asami wasn't even in the latest episode at all.)

Honestly, I think one of the biggest issues with the series as a whole is that it's just too close to TLA. I kind of wish they had skipped a generation, of even gone back in time to a previous Avatar. The TLA cast is still too much a part of the world and that's keeping from Korra standing on it's own as a show.
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#193 Sep 23 2013 at 8:22 AM Rating: Excellent
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Come on, it's really tough being the Avatar's boyfriend.

I liked the interaction between Aang's spawn, and the continued torture of Bolan is amusing. I'd also like to bet that Royal Uncle is working with the rebels to take over the Southern Water Tribe. He originally had intended for Korra's father to be part of the kidnapping scheme and for Korra to rescue him and cause more chaos, but daddy dearest didn't show up so he had to improvise. Also Varrick is probably in it as well.

Also I just discovered that J. Jonah Jameson voices Tenzin. So much more better now. I'm a bit slow on that one.
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Such a bad episode. No one takes realistic actions and there are apparently no consequences for anything.

Korra threatens to murder a judge in the middle of court for a verdict she didn't like, no consequences. She then goes on to assault him, no consequences. He then immediately and ever so conveniently spills the beans about her uncle and not even a lampshade of "I've said too much" can save. Her uncle also apparently likes sharing all his secrets because he felt it necessary to tell the judge about his decades old plot, who then also thought it spontaneously necessary to tell Korra. And then, when they go save him, he's just waiting there not only not having nothing better to do, but confronting them all by himself.

It's pretty clear the spirits being unleashed is going to be the more important conflict for this season. A civil war just seems like a much smaller conflict than series 1 or even the threat of an anti bender movement of season 1. So Unalaq is going to unleash the spirits thinking he can control them and use them as his army. Most likely they'll fall out of his control and run wild, threatening the world. Korra is going to restore balance and harmony between the spirit world and the physical, and that's going to be the conclusion to both this series and Avatar as a whole. Sad day.
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There's definitely something off with the pacing. Like no one knows just how many episodes they have to work with. The first few episodes are kind of slow in establishing much of anything, if anything, and then the last episode was just full speed ahead, throwing multiple (if easy to see coming) plot points at you haphazardly. A couple of the gags were amusing, but the main story seems to be a mess.
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The bits about Aang's family were pretty cool, especially the moment with Bumi and Aang's statue. The main storyline is barely watcheable and if it keeps going like this I highly doubt I'll stay with the series.
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#197 Oct 04 2013 at 7:02 PM Rating: Good
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******* it Iroh.

I was enjoying Bolin and Varrick shenanigans. I even enjoyed that Sokka commercial statue. Ikki's lemur army was choice. Even the little Korra Mako relationship destruction and Lin Beifong smarm and creepy twins. I enjoyed most of the episode, but ******* it General Iroh's voice is still Zuko pitch for pitch, and it just doesn't work. Really a ******* buzzkill.

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I'm still thinking about tonight's episode. Taking in the story of the first Avatar and trying to figure out how I liked it.

Part of me wishes he had stayed a "street rat" a bit longer and got the other lion turtles to give him the elements. Only learning to be one with the spirit world after gathering all four skills. I just think it'd have been a more interesting story if he had received all four elements without the express consent of the lion turtles, and shown everyone what could be done by a person with the powers. I'm not a fan of the whole "well, it's never been that way but... ok, we'll do it!" progression.

I'm thinking Unalaq has been corrupted by Vaatu, probably during a trip to the spirit world in his young life. His whole "healing the angry spirits" being a ploy to hide his true intentions of bringing out all the corrupted spirits and empowering Vaatu,

Raava being the source of the Avatar's power is a bit interesting When I first saw Wan stumble upon Vaatu and Raava fighting, I thought it was going to be Tui and La, prior to being what they are in this world. That Wan was going to be a catalyst to improve their relationship and make them take permanent forms in the human world, improving his relationship with the spirit world in the process. But that was shown to be wrong pretty quickly.
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"It sure is tough being the Avatar's.... AMNESIA!"

Hey, I put about as much effort into coming up with that as they did.
Origin story has been the best of Korra so far, but I expected that. The stylistic change was nice. The Miyazaki influences are pretty clear.

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Okay, this new season is just utter ****. Holy ****. I tried to like it, I really did, but it's like a **** sandwich without the bread. The plot is ******* awful and it twists the characters into **** so they fit into it. The two mythology episodes were kinda interesting, the rest is a complete write off.

I assume everyone else's just stopped watching altogether at this point, and I don't blame you.
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