Bending is all fun and games, until the fire nation attacks. Everything changes when the Fire Nation attacks.
In the series finale, but hey, we’ll take what we can get. KORRASAMI IS REAL.
Artist Scott Wade depicts the four most recent Avatars in the style of Alphonse Mucha’s “Four Seasons”.
Fans are one step closer to uncovering the truth about Zuko’s mother. The book is due out on October 30th from Dark Horse.
For the first time a season — or book — will not be named for an element. While the first season focused on the technological advancement, the second appears to take a turn for the mystical.
Why couldn’t real evolution be this cool? Darwin would have a field day with these adorable hybrid babies.
It’s not called The Search for nothing. Mike DiMartino co-creator of both the show and graphic novel promised answers eventually, for now make do with some exclusive pages featuring the mysterious lady.
He’s the comedic meat loving big brother we all wish we had.
Make our dreams happen, Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. With Arrested Development coming back on Netflix and Zombieland being developed by Amazon as the TV show it was originally written as, these other amazing shows could be saved by the internet as well.
Just when you thought you knew everything about the Four Nations. Dark Horse gave Buzzfeed exclusive access to the annotated Avatar: The Promise.
Years after the hit Nickelodeon series ended, we’re finally going to find out what happened to Zuko’s mother. Get a sneak peek inside with Buzzfeed’s exclusive access!
The only real question is will Aang and Katara finally hook up? We got our hands on the first six pages of the graphic novel from Dark Horse Comics that continues the story of the Avatar. Defeating the Fire Nation Lord doesn’t mean evil is wiped off the face of the Earth. This should keep us happy until “The Legend Of Korra” premieres.
Sorry James Cameron. This is the only blue clad Avatar I care about. Are those skyscrapers? And…steam punk zeppelins? SOLD.
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