Legend Of Korra (Season 2) – Episode 3

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  • Josy

    :D

    • SomeDude36

      XD

  • SomeDude36

    Much better than Avatar- The Last Airbender

    • neontsunade

      blasphemy theres not enough beifong

    • Ganesh N

      Debatable.

  • Jeffrey

    “It was suppose to inspire you!” -says to Tenzin

  • TaMAGLE

    I agree totaly

  • Anti-Hero

    i don’t get it, its the same fucking series but people still say its horrible i enjoy Legend of Korra to the max and its not only because of the fighting, sometimes we just need a twist from the original series and thats what Korra is, they’re basically just saying that not all the Avatars story lines are the same and we should not think its is the same, Korra isn’t Aang. Avatar the last air bender and Legend of Korra is equally good in their own way.
    but when it comes to the time period i admit it might have turned out better if it did not exist cars and planes all those industrial shit.

    • Brandon

      I agree with everything I just read

  • zRazeh

    i couldn’t agree more. I dont feel as attached to the characters as i did with Avatar the last airbender

  • ★ ᴛ ø ᴋ ɪ

    lmao the only comments i see are people complaining about korra or the show

  • Balaclava96

    I couldn’t have put it better, especially the part about Zuko’s voice. That got me too nostalgic and brought back great memories. To their credit, this is a really great sequel but nothing can ever top the legend of aang

  • Azermage

    The Last Airbender was good but it’s definitely good to see some change in the setting, characters and plot. Although this series is (currently) lacking character development, we can start to see some character development in Korra. IMO it’s good to see someone really struggle to be the Avatar. I mean, Aang struggled in his own way but he didn’t have parents and authority figures such as Unalak affecting his choices. The fact that Korra is starting to make her own choices (like choosing to go with Unalak instead of her father) shows that she’s becoming more independent as the Avatar and maybe one day she’ll be as wise as Aang. Korra has a lot more pressure on her when performing her duties as Avatar. EVERYONE knows who she is. Whereas with Aang, everyone had given up on the Avatar returning so nobody expected him to help them.

    As for the changed culture- personally I LOVE some of the new changes to the culture. It’s interesting to see the Avatar have to adapt to the new surroundings (like not being able to tear up roads etc with Earthbending). And the 20th Century Manhattan mixed with Hong Kong creates a very unique environment with an unusual mix of cultures that seems to work well. I’m not sure about the Sato-mobile though.. The idea was fine but the way they made ‘Team Avatar’ patrol in their own ‘bat-mobile’ like vehicle was so cringey and cliche…

    TLA was good and so is TLOK. They both had their good points and their bad points.

    For those who complain about TLOK being too modern, just remember they had huge fuck off drills and ships and other ‘industrial shit’ back in TLA ;)

  • Animelover

    Then don’t watch it then if you hate it

  • Dejon

    me too