The whole Korrasami debate seems to be a hot topic amid the LoK fandom right now so I thought I'd give my input on it.
For starts, my major reason for liking Korrasami is that it is such a huge step in western animation. We finally have some LGTB representation in 'children's' media. And this isn't just some show with a small fanbase--the Avatar franchise is huge and widely popular--so for this show of all shows to have canon bisexuals is pretty cool in my opinion. I do understand that not everyone is comfortable with homosexuality but this is a pro-Korrasami article so I...
On her list of top ten weirdest things she was forced to do, this one hit the top. Once more, she found herself behind the wheel as the designated driver. In the back slumbered a passed out armless waterbender and an oddly emotional and secret spilling metalbender. Both of which hit the alcohol laced eggnog a bit too hard.
About an hour or so into their drive home Kuvira had taken to singing a super slurred and off key version of ‘walking in a winter wonderland’. Which, on its own was bad enough without the addition of ‘jingle bells’ and ‘deck the halls’. But of...
Don't get me wrong, I did like the finale however there was one thing that annoyed me more than anything; that they didn't redeem Kuvira. Again, don't get me wrong her actions were not by any means in the right but I do think there was a lot of room for her to be redeemed. Sorry if this article is poorly written, I'm kind of watching Divergent as I type. :P
First and foremost, Kuvira, started out as a really good person. She, in the beginning was one of the people to help save Korra when the Red Lotus attacked Zhao Fu. She also saved Korra's father's life. My point is, she was...
It was cold and rather dark. Her body still ached and pulsed all over. She tugged the blanket over her body. It was a thin flimsy thing. Kuvira shivered. She squeezed her eyes shut. She was alone, and completely so.
She felt another pulse of pain shoot over her stomach and over her sides. She turned to lay on her back, her thoughts shifting from the physical pain to tortured memories and agonized thoughts. She had ruined her engagement, her ties to Su, the rest of the ‘family’, and her future, among other things.
I am not trying to be rude but I have a hard time to like Asami. Somehow I think that she is a boyfriend stealer and please don't say that Korra kised Mako first when they were dating. Mako enjoyed it and you know it. Just every time I see her I see a too emotional girl that in 4 season wants to forgive his father for wanting to destroy Republic City. Sorry bakes2389 if this is too offensive to you. I didn't mean to insult anyone. She irritates me with her praising about that she is not a fragile girl. We know that.
Well, why do people hate Korra I just don't understand it. This is a site about Avatar: Legend of Korra fans, not some people that say bad words about her. I love Korra and there are a lot of fans that love her too. Why do people say bad words about her here.Don't say bad words about it just stop watching it.If you don't like it don't watch it.And some say that the characters aren't developed good.If I don't like something I would say that the characters aren't developed. Just give me a reason to hate her.
Alright, so this past episode we got a clips episode and seeing the position that Bryke was put in by Nick, it's understandable that they went the avenue they did. So I'm not angry for them to have made a clip episode in order to make sure that their staff would stay. What I am and angry with however is the way they executed the episode.
This isn't just the last season of The Legend of Korra. This is the last season of the entire Avatar series as a whole. Alright so if you have to make a clip episode, why don't you include things from the original series too? Right now a...
So quite a few people here seemed to hate season 4 episode 8. Whilst I agree that it wasn't the best, Bryke gave us a pretty good reason for that on their offical tumblr;
[i]In a couple hours the eighth chapter of Korra Book 4 will be released online, and I suppose, if you are none the wiser, a few minutes into it you will feel duped and yell at your screen, “Hey! This is a crummy clips episode!” And that is (almost) exactly what it is––except we all worked really hard to make sure at the very least it isn’t crummy. I’m here to explain why we ended up having to do...
So in my last article I mentioned that I wanted to compare two of my favorite characters; Azula and Kuvira. And that's just what Imma do.
First and foremost they are both cunning and manipulative. The two of them share that crazy ability to just twist their words to make their will appeal to their opposers. In the way Azula got Ty-Lee to join her side, Kuvira was able to get that one small Earth village on her side.
Likewise both seem to have this large interest with politics and military. They both have very meticulous strategies as to how to take the next place....
ATLA and LOK aren't bad TV Shows. But, The One I have the hardest is LOK, I mean, why Would Korra Take Unaavatu Out of the Spirit world?! I've always wondered If Korra is a "listener of wan" or not.
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