This awkward and silly thing comes from nowhere and it is just a refined sketch.
It’s too late. I shouldn’t draw stuff late at night.
Bolin is a “growing boy” in every way *facepalm*
This is the best! I love Borra!
That Korra Character Development
well, i’m guessing this will be book 3’s intro
I feel like this scene, more than anything, demonstrates the difference in tone between Legend of Korra and Avatar: the Last Airbender.
Here’s the thing: Aang suffered some pretty huge setbacks over the course of his show. He lost his people. He lost Appa. He lost Ba Sing Se. He lost the invasion force at the Day of Black Sun.
But, through all of that, he’s not alone and he knows it. Most of the time, his friends have already started making back-up plans by the time he realizes what’s going on. And, if nothing else, he’s got Raava, whose interference insured that Aang’s own experience with the death of an important spirit never reached the point of despair.
In fact, the only time Aang ever reached the point of despair — as one of his many reactions to the loss of Appa — it was something we as the audience knew in advance would be temporary.
Korra, in contrast, has twice been forced to a point where she feels utterly alone, unworthy, and hopeless, even when other people are there for her. Despair is something she needs to resist on her own, not something her friends ward off for her before it gets to that point, because having people there for her isn’t enough if she doesn’t believe that their presence is valuable.
Tenzin can offer her hope, but only if she’s willing to listen, and she still has to find the answer on her own, without her friends’ help.
Aang’s friends might have been able to shield him from the full extent of his pain, but Korra doesn’t have that luxury. She’s got to face true despair and overcome it, because if she doesn’t, there’s nothing anyone else can do.
#LoK really is a darker story in a lot of ways #And not just because it holds less back re: violence #What Aang faced was terrible but there was /always/ hope #But Korra’s hope is more likely to be snatched away than justified #In a way #A:tLA is about maintaining hope#While LoK is about resisting despair
Attempts to vandalize or destroy Aang's Statue in Republic City.
Water Tribe Siblings.
It seems if you’re a brother-sister duo, then you’re safe. Brothers have issues.
Voice Actors and Actresses from Avatar The Last Airbender who came back with new characters in The Legend of Korra.
The Legend of Korra
└ Book Two: Spirits [x]
I’ve realized that even though we should learn from those who came before us, we must also forge our own path.
My first concept of UnaVaatu from many a moon ago.
The two instances that happened with Bumi and Kaya really interest me…
"They’re all around us… The cannibals… They’re everywhere!"
When I heard this, I was pretty freaked out. Just think, Bumi has all of those crazy stories that normally Tenzin just tells him to shut up once he starts to talk about them. Maybe they were fake, maybe they weren’t. But this one, since all of them are in the “crazy madness” fog and they seem to be remembering things, this story is real, and has probably haunted him ever since it happened. Who knows where these crazy cannibals would’ve been? The creators probably won’t go into more detail about this cannibal story, but I’m definitely curious about it.
"I have no family! You can’t tie me down!"
Now this one, this one is probably easier to think about. Throughout this season both Bumi and Kaya, usually when around Tenzin, have mentioned that Aang didn’t pay attention to them that much, and paid most of his attention to Tenzin, because he was an airbender. I feel like she’s remembering some sort of outbreak she had when she was a teenager or young child around 10 or so. She’s that age again and stuck in it because of the “madness” fog around them. This must’ve been a big outbreak from her because it’s still floating in her memory, and I’m very interested to know more about this outbreak and Bumi’s.