October 20th, 2014


Toph: Do you really think friendships can last more than one lifetime?

Aang: I don’t see why not.

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October 18th, 2014


Who run the world? Prince Wu!

October 17th, 2014


"Kuvira is just like Korra—"





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October 14th, 2014
I think even with Mako, too, stuck in a job he hates, is a more adult kind of thing. When he was young he was the hotshot, an athlete and good looking guy, and now he’s just in this job he hates and doesn’t really have a life. That’s a very adult-type story.
Bryan Konietzko answering,”With the time jump between Book Three and Book Four you’re now writing about characters who are in their twenties. Is that a fun transition compared to the young teens of Avatar, or a weird one?” x (via makos-lightningrod)

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October 10th, 2014
October 7th, 2014


Avatar: the Last Airbender - Book 2: Earth - Chapter 7: Zuko Alone

The Legend of Korra - Book 4: Balance - Chapter 2: Korra Alone

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October 5th, 2014

I wouldn’t mess with her.


I wouldn’t mess with her.

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Kuvira. Kuuuuuuvira.

I’m really loving all the symbolism Bryan, Mike, and the crew are throwing in this season (if episode 1 is any indication of the later episodes, at any rate), and Kuvira’s bending is no exception. I am just. in awe okay.

Kuvira, from what we understand of her intentions, pretty much represents Fascism, a form of government that puts emphasis on the state (country, whatever) and encourages (or, well, forces) the citizens to hold the state above all. Hence Kuvira’s “uniting the Earth Kingdom” thing, and her acts of coercion against the governor of Yi. 

So, she’s pretty much Fascist. What does that have to do with her bending?


Kuvira, as you probably notice when watching all her super rad fight scenes, does this thing with metal plates where she binds, blinds, and gags her opponent. I don’t know if you’ve all taken a history class that covered WWII, but if there’s one thing fascist governments are known for, it’s censorship. Kuvira takes away these people’s ability to see, move, or speak. She is also the one with the power to remove these bindings.

Basically: “You see what I let you. You only have a voice when I let you have a voice. You only do what I allow you to do.”

Kuvira’s bending seems to be reflecting her political ideals and I’m so damn excited oh man.

October 4th, 2014

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